When a group of teenagers stumble upon a secret lab, they become part of a deadly experiment - The Recreator - evil human clones. Craig, Tracy and Derek come face to face with exact copies of themselves that have only one purpose; to find and kill their originals. With time running out it's up to the original group to destroy the lab and save themselves before they are replaced. Gregory Orr's exciting thriller brings science fiction to life with a sexy edge.
|Release Date||:||February 16, 2012|
|Production Company||:||Tax Credit Finance|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Stella Maeve, J. Mallory-McCree, John de Lancie, Laura Moss, Alexander Nifong|
With plot holes big enough to drive a locomotive through , paper thin characters and a surprise ending you could see coming from the Space Station, this is a movie that wasted the acting talent and a relatively good idea. Nifong is the only one who delivers his twins with any identifiable difference or conviction, and what a waste of John De Lancie. This feels like a rough draft that got made instead of giving the script another thorough run thru. The best thing about the movie is the DVD menu screen. The sad part is that the young cast have enough experience to have pulled off a relatively solid script, and the movie had a great location, but something is just amiss here.