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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.Read more ›
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The premise to the movie was good, but everything else was terrible. My gripes with it...
1) Unnecessary nudity that does not advance the plot
2) Speaking of "plot',... Read more
Surprisingly great. Is a great science fiction movie that is very entertaining. Now if you are one of those over analytical people the best thing for you is go and watch a pan of... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jack W. Rohrabaugh
Painful to watch. Baldwin , as usual, has zero ability to project ANY emotion whatsoever. Whatever scene he is in, he has the same expression and is unable to communicate any... Read morePublished on June 20, 2011 by AngelInTheDark
My expectations were low but not low enough. The characters are grownups as conceived by a 14-year-old, the science fiction elements are a jumble of naive, nonsensical, and... Read morePublished on October 18, 2006 by chimpmonkey
Why does Stephen Baldwin get so much work in these straight to video movies? While certainly not an actor of Oscar-caliber, Baldwin has managed to parlay his laconic, at times... Read morePublished on August 26, 2004 by Michael Butts
Stephen Baldwin(The Usual Suspects, One Tough Cop), Kim Coates(Battlefield Earth, WaterWorld) and Kyle Maclachlan(Hamlet2000, One Night Stand) in the same movie together is a good... Read morePublished on May 23, 2004 by Michael Bolts
As long as you can keep pace during the first 10 minuets, as long as you can remember who's body has been Xchanged to who's and which one was stolen.. Read morePublished on June 16, 2003