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PrimerPrimer followsĀ a group of four tech entrepreneurs whoĀ have successfully created error-checking systems for their clients with someĀ unexpected and seemingly impossible side-effect, wrestle over their new invention.
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Directors of "Primer"Shane CarruthBirthdate: 1972, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Creators of "Primer"Shane CarruthBirthdate: 1972, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Critic Reviews of "Primer"Denver PostFebruary 08, 2008
Mind-bending thrillers like Primer are terrific viewing with your teenagers. Maybe if you're nice, they'll explain the ending to you.Chicago ReaderJune 04, 2007
Scary, puzzling, and different.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
This film imagines its viewers to be smart, possessed of a decent attention span and game for a challenge. It doesn't happen all that often.Globe and MailDecember 03, 2004
An unapologetically cerebral movie of ideas.Toronto StarDecember 03, 2004
It's one thing to admire what writer/director/composer/actor Shane Carruth wrought on his $1.98 digicam budget; it's quite another to have to sit through the mind-numbing results.Miami HeraldDecember 03, 2004
The ingenious debut of writer-director Shane Carruth, who assembled the film on his home computer and also plays one of the two leads, is purposely designed to be a little bewildering.LarsenOnFilmApril 22, 2013
Where's Doc Brown when you need him?ReelTalk Movie ReviewsApril 13, 2013
Shot for a begged and borrowed $7,000, 'Primer' looks it: grainy-ish, fuzzy on details and effects, acting running the gamut from A to B, and clipped incomprehensible technobabble for dialogue.Cinema WriterAugust 24, 2010
Ridiculous, confusing, vaguely noir-ish nonsense.CinemaniaJuly 22, 2009
Discombobulating and mind-bending sci fi thriller. I think.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
An exceptional science fiction film...Film ScoutsJune 21, 2007
Oh, man, they don't make 'em like this often. A film unabashedly for the nerds in the audience (God love us), this is the type of film you could inflict upon your enemies, watching them squirm as they stare at the screen.
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