I guess Code 46 draws a strict line about the futuristic dystopia of the today's world. The romance part may be found cheap but the power of totalitarian system by the use of technology cannot be shown more realistic way.
They were going for subtlety & naturalism in scifi, which is laudable, but Morton and Robbins are miscast in their roles for a start, and their lack of chemistry is slow painful screen death. I like the viral conceit but none of the ideas are satisfactorily developed either. It pains me not to even have anything funny to say about it. Wait, Winter*bottom* more like. Ahaha. Hmm. Next.
the world of gibson's neuromancer in embryo. a tidy little snippet, and it occasionally touches very close to an emotional bone in a way that catches you off guard, like early dawn jebel ali or the whispered i love yous. there was enough here for a TV series for sure.
Perfect 3 (is that my default now?) Why I watched this, I don't know. But it looks super sleek and cold, while having some handhelds that don't feel out of place, so that's an accomplishment. And the script has a fantastic way of not saying what it's saying. Robbins is adequate but miscast.