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Campus Code

Campus Code (2015) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  110m  •    •  Directed by: Cathy Scorsese, Kenneth M. Waddell.  •  Starring: Jesse McCartney, Hannah Hodson, Alice Kremelberg, Conor Leslie, Jack Falahee, Ritesh Rajan, Ray Liotta, Chris Cafero, Martin Scorsese, Jay Devore, Jessica Alexandra Green, Joe Ferraro, Christina Saragaglia..
     The college experience - studying, dating, partying... but when one of their classmates disintegrates right before their eyes, Ari, Becca, Izzy, Greta and Arun must battle security, the Griefers and each other to uncover the incredible truth about themselves and this other-worldly campus before they are all eliminated.

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Review:

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I will assume this movie was some sort of a school project, and given that Cathy Scorsese is Martin Scorsese's daughter, and god knows who Kenneth M. Waddell is, but he must be related to him as well, and that would explain why a few known actors, Ray Liotta and Mr. Scorsese himself, are all appearing in this amateur piece.

Though I will never know how Martin Scorsese could've read this script and not suggest any changes to it, it all starts with the weak script dealing with the theme of (SPOILERS: AI and being in a simulation :SPOILERS), something that has been done a million times before, but fails badly at this incarnation because of the weak script, with no tangible plot and lame characters.

Now comes the production, yes, it's shot on what looks like HDV, yes the production value is mediocre, but that's understandable with a small budget, but what is not excusable is the horrible editing, CGI, directing and sound production, this is the worst sound editing and mixing I've ever heard in my life in a "professional" project, I've seen YouTube videos with better production, and I've seen CGI done by kids that were miles ahead of the pathetic stuff done in this movie.


Review by Mohamed Fawzy from the Internet Movie Database.