CypherMorgan Sullivan is an excellent accountant who feel happier when his fob is a corporate spy. Out of the blue, he meets a charming and attractive woman Rita. She tells him an important secret which makes him shock and worry about his future.Keywords:
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Directors of "Cypher"Vincenzo NataliBirthdate: 6 January 1969, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Creators of "Cypher"Brian King
Critic Reviews of "Cypher"rec.arts.movies.reviewsJune 15, 2010
Brian King's screenplay make this a fast paced science fiction adventure very much of the style of Philip K. Dick.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
Wildly ill-conceived on-screen with a droning, derivative, mind-numbing, and incredibly bad film.Film ScoutsJune 21, 2007
A bit too clever and precious for it's own good, it's a fairly decent yet predictable near-future thriller.Bangor Daily News (Maine)November 18, 2005
High style and noirish overtones about mind control and brainwashing in corporate America. Nothing new there, so nothing new here.Hollywood.comOctober 15, 2005
An under-the-radar sci-fi action thriller...PopMattersSeptember 13, 2005
Just like the spies' mission as they hunt for secrets and significance inside massive corporate databanks, [Cypher's] point is unclear.Movie MetropolisAugust 09, 2005
...it declines into high-tech gizmos, whizbang hardware, and hairbreadth escapes, leaving the brain behind for the sake of sheer, overinflated thrills.DVDTalk.comAugust 01, 2005
It might be just another "DTV dump" title for Miramax, but I'd call Cypher (easily) one of the best direct-to-video titles I've seen all year.Reel Film ReviewsJuly 26, 2005
...confounding...Slant MagazineJune 19, 2004
Natali can't be bothered to fashion an actual human story around the perpetually buzzing toys and non-stop backstabbing and double-crossing.Movie GazetteOctober 28, 2003
combines industrial espionage with alternative reality in a satisfyingly mind-bending plot reminiscent of Philip K. Dick at his best.MovieMartyr.comSeptember 16, 2003
I liked it during the scenes when something "cool" was being revealed on screen, but the moment that "cool" ended, my interest waned.
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