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Stephen Baldwin, Kyle MacLachlan. Dizzy, action-packed thriller about clones, mind-switching and time travel. 2000/color/109 min/R.

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  • Actors: Stephen Baldwin, Pascale Bussières, Kim Coates, Kyle MacLachlan, Tom Rack
  • Directors: Allan Moyle, Nick Harris
  • Writers: Christopher Pelham, Léopold St-Pierre
  • Producers: Denis Martel, Gord Haines, Jean Desormeaux, Jonathan Brown
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Trimark Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: February 19, 2004
  • Run Time: 109 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000059HAX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,417 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Xchange" on IMDb

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By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 20, 2003
Format: DVD
Director Allan Moyle who helmed "Pump Up the Volume" directed this sci-fi blast. It's an interesting film that keeps us mostly engaged. The film opens with a "smart bullet," a weapon that looks like a missile that can hang in the air seeking its target, that swoops down and takes out one corporate executive, an internal body explosion. Stefan Toller is the character who is played by three actors. He starts out as Kim Coates who has appeared in "Waterworld" and "Black Hawk Down." Toller is called into his boss' office who is "floating," which is the term used when a body transfer is done. Toller sees his boss in the body of the hunky trainer lounging behind the desk while the trainer sweats and strains on the exercise equipment in the boss' body. Toller gets told that there's a meeting in San Francisco in two hours which he must attend. Despite Toller's objections to "floating," he heads off to Xchange to be projected into Kyle MacLachlan's body. Now Toller as MacLachlan heads off to the corporate meeting where we find that the son of the corporate exec who was killed as the film opened is about to take over the company. MacLachlan has to stay overnight in San Francisco, reminding us of some airlines' travel restrictions, which is enough time to head to a pick-up bar and have wild crazed sex in another's man's body. "So, is that your full-time body?" the nymphomaniac asks at the bar. As fate would have it, when MacLachlan returns to xchange back with his own body, he finds that it has been taken by a terrorist and that if they can't find it within a week, he'll die. Brave guy that he is, he gets to the clone room. Numerous clones work around the cities and all look like Stephen Baldwin.Read more ›
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For a made-for-cable looking science fiction movie it’s not half bad. The theme has a strong Philip K. Dick feel to it (Blade Runner, Total Recall and Minority Report are based on his books). That theme is about technology and how it can affect people on a personal and social level, especially if the technology involves your identity. In that area X Change succeeds in doing something fresh and engaging compared to other movies of its ilk.

First let me say right off the bat when I call this a made-for-cable movie I mean it. The budget and cinematography show this in spades. As far as the future is concerned it pretty much looks the same as it does now. Only one futuristic car in streets full of average vehicles, furnishings and décor aren’t any different, even things like exercise equipment is the same. You will find a few nice futuristic techie toys though like a personal homing missile and that old cyberpunk weapon of choice: the monowire. Of course there are other little technology things there that move the story, but if it doesn’t carry the story in any way you won’t see it here.

In spite of the lack of sci-fi decorum X Change does have it where it counts, and that’s the story. It’s interesting how the whole switching of consciousness between bodies plays in this movie. Philip Dick would be proud. I like how it plays in society and how the movie really digs in the point on the dangers of such a technology. It’s interesting seeing the main character move from actor to actor and how each of the actors portrays him. I have to give credit to Billy Baldwin, Kim Coates and Kyle MacLachlan for their performances of not only the lead character, but also the other personalities they zap back and forth from.
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Xchange shows how much can be accomplished in the sci-fi arena with a modest budget when you have a highly original script, good actors, and a director with imagination and style. This movie grabs you in the first scene and keeps you guessing as its plot veers from one explosive-but-believable turn to the next. You have to give credit to a film whose main character is played by three different actors and yet still manages to make the audience care deeply about his fate. Kyle MacLachlan gives a powerful and sympathetic performance as a man who has literally lost his body.
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Not a bad sci-fi thriller. Imagine if you could exchange bodies with another, your mind in their body and vice versa. That's the premise behind this futuristic thriller. The movie starts off with with a corporate business man in New York having to attend a meeting in LA on short notice, so he must exchange minds with another. He is hesitant, as he doesn't care for the technology, but he is given no choice by his superior. Once his mind is in another body, he sort of enjoys the benefits, but then finds out the person who is now inhabiting his body in New York is really a corporate terrorist and has stolen his body by not returning at the predesignated time for transfer. Seeing as how the body that he now inhabits was stolen from someone else, he must vacate it and inhabit the body of a clone (Stephen Baldwin). The clone bodies are used for dangerous work, and are extra strong but only have a very limited life span, so if he is unable to find his own body and transfer his mind back, he will perish. I thought this was pretty well done, the plot lines, the intrigue. The story is of a much higher caliber than you would usually see in a lower budget movie like this, and all the actors seem to perform very well in their parts. That being said, there were a few of parts in the movie that were unnecesary. The car chase scene near the end where they are racing along the docks and knock over some poorly positioned yet highly explosive barrels seemed to have no reason for being there whatsoever. Also, the couple of scenes showing the guided missle flying around above the city were not needed, and only took away from the element of suprise when that particular thread of the story came to fruitition.Read more ›
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