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THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR, 1999
Movie Review

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THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR, 1999
Movie Reviews

Directed by Josef Rusnak
Starring: Craig Bierko, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Gretchen Mol, Vincent D'Onofrio, Dennis Haysbert
Review by Melissa R. Mendelson



SYNOPSIS:

Computer scientist Hannon Fuller has discovered something extremely important. He's about to tell the discovery to his colleague, Douglas Hall, but knowing someone is after him, the old man leaves a letter in his computer generated parallel world that's just like the 30's with seemingly real people with real emotions.

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The streets were crowded as usual. People roamed back and forth, following their daily routine. Time showed that it was nearly noon, and soon the day would be over. But in a blink of an eye, everyone was gone, and the streets were empty? What if you realized that everything you knew, everything you saw was just an illusion, and you were nothing but a ghost in the machine?

How can we define reality? Is it in the memories that haunt us at night? Does it lie in the words that we try to never forget? Do we really feel the ground beneath our feet, and is the sun really shining that bright? Is this real? Am I really here?

Our past defines us, and our future is our legacy. All our accomplishments have led us into the now, and technology has surpassed our wildest imagination. And the world has changed, and we have changed with it. But where do we go from here?

The night comes to an end. The world is as it seems. Life flows on by, but in the morning, everything has changed. And you open your eyes to the stains of murder and now find yourself caught in a web of lies and illusion.

For one man, Douglas Hall, the world that he knew falls into question, and a virtual world created by his company may be his only link in finding answers. But the further he goes down the rabbit hole, the more his life will begin to unravel, and nothing will be as it seems. And in his quest to prove his innocence, he will find himself at the edge of the world and face to face with his worst, dark fear, himself.

In the Thirteenth Floor, we enter a world that mirrors our own, and we are taken a step back into time to see a century lost but revived in a circuitry of machine. And as we are carried across the wave of technology, we question who we really are, and is it our place to play God? The power of imagination falls into our hands, and with it, we dream of life. But are we really living inside the dream of someone else?

In Science-Fiction, we cross into new frontiers, parallel worlds, and watch technology surpass our hopes and fears. We are captivated by stories with driven characters brought to life through the heart and soul of actors, and we are mesmerized by concepts that give way to movies such as The One, Thrill Seekers, and 5ive Days to Midnight. And now we ride the elevator up to the Thirteenth Floor, where we discover a world beyond worlds and love that will exist beyond time. And the definition of Science-Fiction opens the door to who we dream to be, but are we really nothing more but a ghost in the machine?

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