Gemini Man

critic Reviews

26% Rotten Tomatometer Score26%
  • Gemini Man's impressive visuals are supported by some strong performances, but this sci-fi thriller is fatally undermined by a frustratingly subpar story.
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    Mark JacksonEpoch Times
    A cloned human is created by no god, but a human body needs a soul to animate it. Nature abhors a vacuum. What kinds of entities will creep in and animate that human clone are stories the horror genre will address in the future, but this is a good start.
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    Katherine MonkEx-Press.com
    A weak assembly of Terminator parts and I, Robot code strings, Gemini Man runs its program without major glitches, but you can always feel the ghost in the machine.
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    Beatriz MartínezFotogramas
    Ang Lee shines again in the technical aspect in Gemini Man. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Rubén RosarioMiamiArtZine
    Yes, it takes a while to acclimate to the video-y sheen, but those willing to take the plunge will likely not be disappointed by this pleasant, agreeably silly flick that did not merit its critical drubbing...
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    Ali GrayTheShiznit.co.uk
    What's truly baffling is why a movie boasting such impressive visuals would be sold so short by a story that feels like something Steven Seagal would have passed on in 1998.
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    Roxana HadadiChesapeake Family Magazine
    The technology of Gemini Man may be amazing, but the narrative is anything but.
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    Brian GillMad About Movies Podcast
    It is embarrassing that a movie with this much star power with this much money being poured into the attempts at visual spectacle couldn't spare a pittance for a script doctor to clean up the horrific dialogue.
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    Peter MartinScreenAnarchy
    During the heyday of high-concept action movies in the 1990s, Ang Lee's latest would-be extravaganza would have fit in perfectly.
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    Michael SragowFilm Comment Magazine
    The real mystery here: How did Lee and such a gifted cast and crew end up with such a vacuum? The plot bumps along from one ludicrous turn or gaping hole to the next.
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    David NusairReel Film Reviews
    ...a lackadaisically paced drama that's never quite able to wholeheartedly capture the viewer's interest and attention...
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