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Perfect: Android Rising

Perfect: Android Rising (2013) Movie Poster
USA  •    •    •  Directed by: Chris R. Notarile.  •  Starring: Roberto Lombardi, Samantha Talbott, Kasey Williams, Rick Zahn, Hector De La Rosa, Dana Jesberger, Nick Grock, Mark Hawk, Sarah McAvoy, Andrew Roth, Shawn Parr, Chris R. Notarile, Emmanuel Brown.  •  Music by: Elliot Butay.
       LIA (the perfect killing machine) is sent into a war zone to eradicate the rebel threat. But when a sneak attack EMP blast shuts down her CPU, LIA is captured by the resistance and reprogrammed to think and feel.

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As an avid fan of horror and actionsci-fi, if not a complete geek, I have to say that Chris R. Notarile is without a doubt a total lover of those genres as well.

PERFECT: Android Rising is the perfect example of his love for actionsci-fi. Upon watching this film, you could tell that there was a respect for films such as Universal Soldier, Robocop, The Terminator Franchise, & Class Of 1999 just to mention a few. The style of the film seems very futuristic, as intended, and the music in the film was completely what one would hope for in a film about androids.... unrelentingly kickass drone metal awesomeness.

The cast had some familiar faces from Notarile's other series, Krueger (the fan prequel series to A Nightmare On Elm Street) and a great supporting cast as well. The story was very well written and the effects were used brilliantly, not to mention were very good given the low budget that the film had.

Regardless of the budget for the film, it looks great. The first person shooter sequences seem almost out of a video game and gives that sense of yourself being in the android's shoes during combat, which I absolutely enjoy.....watching and being a part of the film always becomes that much more enjoyable, at least for me anyways.


Review by Hellsing ThirteenThirteen from the Internet Movie Database.