Neil Breen movies exist in a category all by themselves. They are amazingly bad in every way you can imagine. The acting is bad. The special effects are bad. The camera work is bad. But at the same time they are some of the most entertainingly bad movies out there. And unlike other creator writer director producers out there Neil Breen has embraced this weirdness that infiltrates every movie he makes and continues to make them in the same way. Others might try too hard or attempt to write something bad on purpose. Not our man Neil Breen. He's committed to making these movies his way and we all love him for it.
There's really one rule when it comes to watching a Neil Breen movie and that is just go with it. No matter what happens, don't question the Breenius at work. Just accept it and move on. You will however notice a lot of similarities in his movies that seem to follow them through time and time again. Things like he plays a messianic figure. Magic rocks that play some kind of role in it. Hacking, government and corporate secrets. An environmental message of sorts. He's also got the sexual magnetism and charisma that just causes women of all ages to want to get down with the Breen. But don't let any of that stop you from watching it. Remember, just go with it.
In this movie he plays an AI from the future. His goal? To kill a lot of bad people and usher in a world of peace. That's literally the plot right there and I'll be honest, this is all I could really get from it. This is Neil at his most incoherent. There's a lot of shots of him walking through the desert and sitting on rocks. This is being done for reasons but I can't figure out why. Maybe he's being artsy? There's a bit about human trafficking. A couple shots of a tiger that is supposed to represent something I guess. Stuff just happens for no apparent reason and there's never a payoff.
Really this should be for Niel Breen purists only or those that want to see a truly baffling and bad movie.
Review by Java_Joe from the Internet Movie Database.