Well, I just saw The Final Cut over the weekend and I am finding myself very disappointed in the movie. From the previews I had imagined something a little different with a lot more action that what took place. There were certain scenes that I felt were good and like them, but all in all I would rather have waited to just rent the movie than to have gone to see it in the theaters. It was a pretty slow moving movie when I was expecting more suspense and action. Robin Williams did a great job in the part, just to clarify. Once again, it was just my view of the movie as a whole that I did not like. The overall plot was good and the storyline had a great theme but as I watched, I just became more and more disappointed. Then at the end, it just kind of ended. To me, I was left with the feeling that there should have been more than just a sudden ending like it had.
The Final Cut (2004) Movie Data
The Final Cut (2004) is Action Sci-Fi Thriller Genres film which released in 2004. The Final Cut (2004) supported by Mira Sorvino, Robin Williams, and Jim Caviezel. This movie has 1h 35min duration and rating around 6.2 star from 27,637 movie experts. Not bad.
The Final Cut (2004) Short Storyline
Set in a world with memory recording implants, Alan Hakman is a cutter, someone with the power of final edit over people’s recorded histories. His latest assignment is one that puts him in danger.
Actor Actress behind The Final Cut (2004) Movie
Robin Williams,Jim Caviezel,Mira Sorvino
Director: Omar Naim
Writer: Omar Naim
The Final Cut (2004) PLOT STORY
The story is set in a world where implanted microchips can record all moments of an individual’s life. The chips are removed upon death so the images can be edited into something of a highlight reel for loved ones who want to remember the deceased. Caviezel portrays the leader of the organization that opposes this technology’s development.
In a near undefined future, people may have a Zoe microchip implanted in their nervous system to permit their families retrieve the best moments of their memories and watch on video after their deaths. This process is called “Rememory” and Alan H. Hakman (Robin Williams), a man traumatized by an incident in his childhood, is the best cutter of the Eye Tech Corporation. The company is facing groups that oppose to the “Rememory” and the ex-cutter Fletcher (Jim Caviezel) is leading these opponents. When Alan is assigned to prepare the final cut of the memories of the Eye Tech lawyer Charles Bannister, his Zoe chip is disputed by Fletcher. Meanwhile, Alan finds that he has also an implanted microchip, which is against the rules of a cutter.
Omar Naim’s The Final Cut is startlingly different than a conventional science fiction film. It’s a compelling fable that offers a vision of a world where memory implants record all moments of a person’s life. Post mortem, these memories are removed and edited by a “Cutter” into a reel depicting the life of the departed for a commemorative ceremony, called a Rememory. Robin Williams’ powerful portrayal of Alan Hakman, a troubled “cutter,” propels this character driven story that forces us to question the power of our memories and the sanctity of our privacy.
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