In a world where siblings are illegal, seven of them struggle against being caught.
It was kind of okay to begin with but it sled downhill..
- Aka Seven Sisters.
I don't know why there's no question mark for this title?
See also Multiplicity - (1996 movie)
- 1:30 -- Both the environment and overpopulation issues are fictional.
- 2:45 -- See the one-child policy from China; an utter disaster.
- 5:30 -- I'd nickname them after the planets, or even better; after the dieties.
- 6:00 -- I know her from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - (2009 movie)
8:45 -- Langston Hughes
- 31:00 -- This music is very much like Tron - Legacy - (2010 movie)
- 34:00 -- Why does "the smart one" always wear glasses?
- 35:30 -- She could play the quiet "I blacked out last night, who was I with?" girl-card and hint that she was drugged and wants to find out who dun it.
- 41:00 -- They should have long-since established their various specialties. More time should have been spent on their youth, including very specific preparation for how they operate in the world. Hell, this could have made for a particularly good movie with a sequel.
- 44:45 -- What were those, flechette rounds? I suppose those are pretty light arms..
- 47:00 -- What? He.. fell over a weird fridge bottom-door? What? He wasn't lunging or anything.. and a fridge bottom-door?
- 51:30 -- It would be easy to contain them without raising a fuss? They each get flagged for private processing and are taken off the streets and handed from one guard to the next until the final guards have no idea why they're being processed. They're brought to the central facility to the people who are allowed to know..
- 53:30 -- Hopefully the door man hasn't been discovered.
- 60:00 -- That wouldn't be particularly effective. He'd just have to wiggle his finger. You know.. the gun.
- 1:01:30 -- That's a lot of handy objects for her to MacGyver together. I would have just had her hold the finger to the trigger and jam her own in.
- 1:02:15 -- Unlimited ammo.
- 1:02:30 -- So much for keeping anything quiet..
- 1:02:45 -- Sigh. So they have super-schematics for everything..
- 1:03:30 -- Dumpsters fill up really quickly.. and this is not a moment for levity.
1:07:00 -- Why would he be banging?
- 1:07:45 -- What? They have a previous relationship? Why would he even know where she lives?
- 1:13:30 -- Thank you; god.
- 1:17:00 -- She's an official butterface.
- 1:18:30 -- That makes it consent.
- 1:25:15 -- Why would there be an empty apartment next to them? Was that also owned by their grandfather?
- 1:29:30 -- Why would she just lie there.
- 1:30:00 -- So that's why the body bags have windows.
- 1:36:45 -- Casual misandry.
1:37:15 -- I hope they explain why they're keeping Monday alive.
- 1:40:15 -- Oh.
- 1:37:45 -- Obvious plot is obvious.
- 1:41:00 -- Why would they let her keep the wig?
- 1:41:30 -- The year 2073.
- 1:49:00 -- So is he a superhuman now, breaking a neck like that?
- 1:51:30 -- She could have played it up as a proper politician, claiming to never have known.
- 1:55:00 -- Your ovaries? What? She couldn't have been pregnant.. was it recent? Why introduce this now?
- 1:56:30 -- She wouldn't be given a platform..
- 1:56:45 -- "we could have build together"
1:58:00 -- Why the fuck would there be some kind of vindication here? Why add any of this element? The conclusion should be the downfall of the utopia, not whatever personal story it became..