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Good fast but uncreative. They literally could have done anything the mind could think of in this movie and they picked lame things to do. The ending was very unsatisfying.
Severely underrated adaptation of Michael Chrighton’s novel. Strange, yes. But creepy and well acted nonetheless.
I understand why most people didn't like this movie but I never found myself actively hating the film. Is it flawed? Absolutely. Could it have been shorter? Probably. Does it use tropes seen in much better sci-fi films? You betcha. But that doesn't mean I wasn't intrigued by the some of the directions in which the story went, coupled with some rather effective fuel of both the paranoia and nightmare varieties, a good Elliot Goldenthal score and great performances. It's far from a masterpiece, certainly, and maybe it could've benefited from changing things from the Michael Crichton novel whilst still keeping the basic premise intact, for cinematic reasons. But I still thought this was an interesting and even, dare I say, underrated sci-fi movie despite having seen the relatively spoilerriffic trailer beforehand.
Nice buildup but the wrap up was lame. The last scene where they were standing in a circle holding hands was super lame. It was like Crichton just got tired of writing the story.
A rare masterpiece. The story and effects outweigh the characters but if you’ve liked Event Horizon or Prometheus-you’ll LOVE this.
This film, while nostalgically awesome, does not hold up well. Its quite a departure from the book itself and also, as discovered in researching, suffered from production issues and sadly it shows. While this film has a lot of potential and some good character moments, it drags and drags itself across the bottom of the ocean and left Henry the Host and his guests dying for air.
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Good actors stuck in a silly science fiction film searching for a plot. Sphere is like a bad 60's B-Movie.
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good movie , a lot still to explain.
You should stop watching this film halfway through. It begins with so much promise but soon descends into painful mediocrity. Hollywood seems to have a habit of messing up Michael Crichton novels.