Spiderhead Movie Review 2022

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It would be great to see more sci-fi movies like Alex Garland's " Ex Machina."  While they don't have to be the same topic, there is something about  watching a small cast experiment with human experience in a futuristic  setting.

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"Spiderhead," the newest film from Joseph Kosinski, is a follow-up to last month's " Top Gun." I agree with you because it has many similarities and even its mad scientist--played in a winking Chris Hemsworth --grooving with pop music.

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Spiderhead  imagines a new kind of prison system. One that is open to all  prisoners, with an open policy that allows them to feel secure, cook for  themselves and exercise when they wish.

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Their  brain chemistry to science is what they are punished for. This is the  reason Steve Abnesti (Chris Hemsworth) plays with it, following orders  from a protocol committee that aims to solve the world's problems using  dosages

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The  curiosity behind "Spiderhead," which is shown by Hemsworth pushing  Teller through various procedures, is what drives a lot of the movie's  plot. This creates a friendship that this movie considers its light  stakes.

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Although  the concept of prison is as concrete and well-constructed as the  penitentiary itself, "Spiderhead" has a more compelling premise than it  does its execution. The  plot is intended to show how America's prison system could be more  humane. However, the larger revelations about the truth are as  anti-surprising as you can get.

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Although  it promises much, "Spiderhead", a pseudo-heady scifi story, treats its  most interesting elements as an afterthought and overlooks its potential  to be a memorable oddity, despite its promise.

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