The Philadelphia Experiment Reviews
(2012) The Philadelphia Experiment
Painfully bad straight-to-rental and made for tv film which is a remake of an old idea that is far worst than the 1984 original of the same name. Starring Gina Holden as Katheryn a hacker crossing paths with her missing grandfather, Bill who was pronunced missing while on board of a WWII battleship called the Eldridge. At the same time her fiance who happends to be a policeofficer gets himself trapped in the Elderidged where Bill escaped and then a government cover up of the experiment itself which can be rectified if no one have to be eliminated since whatever came from the past cannot be killed anyway- killing all the converts involved.
The most stupidest thing was when an airplane crashes into the Eldridged war ship which appeared on the middle of the road and hardly anyone shows up except one police officer without any barricading or anything is the most absurd thing I had ever seen. Very hard to accept since the cast is restricted to only a few characters when the film itself demands hundreds and thousands just because the Elderidge battleship appear on to several loactions including one of the buildings of Chicago. This film is painfully bad throughout.
.05 out of 4