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Extracted 2013

NR CC
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4.0 out of 5 stars (49) IMDb 6.6/10

A scientist who has invented a technique to watch people's memories finds himself in a dangerous situation after he's tasked with entering a heroin addict's mind to see whether the man committed murder.

Starring:
Sasha Roiz, Jenny Mollen
Runtime:
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama
Director Nir Paniry
Starring Sasha Roiz, Jenny Mollen
Supporting actors Dominic Bogart, Richard Riehle, Nick Jameson, Rodney Eastman, Frank Ashmore, Brad Culver, Ty Simpkins, Sara Tomko, Augie Duke, Mattie Grace Campos, Jen Davis, Bernhard Forcher, Darren Melameth, Robert Lewis Stephenson, Matt Fowler, Jay Bingham, D.T. Carney, Chuck Cobb
Studio Phase 4 Films (USA), LLC
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I loved this movie so much, I bought it and that doesn't happen too often. The film mostly revolves around two main characters that have never met until "Tom", who has invented a machine that can "extract memories" from people finds himself with an assorted mix of people who are involved in law enforcement, prisons, etc. who want him to use his machine to go into the mind of a heroin addict named "Anthony" who has been charged with the murder of his ex-girlfriend and keeps insisting that he did NOT kill her because he couldn't remember what happened, as he was "stoned on heroin and still loved her". This is revealed very early in the film, so it won't spoil the movie for those who haven't seen it. "Tom" never wanted his machine to be used in that capacity.He wanted to help people who had suffered trauma but he's had difficulty finding anyone to fund his invention and since these men are basically the only people who have expressed any real interest in "putting up the money"for him to realize his vision, he reluctantly agrees.
From this point on, of course, everything does NOT go as anticipated and "Tom" gets "stuck" in "Anthony's" mind and can't find his way out.The plot is creative and interesting with lots of twists and turns, the actors are extremely talented and believable as are the supporting cast and it's NOT a predictable story at any level!
There are lots of layers to the story as the characters are skillfully developed. The viewer "sees" Anthony's memories while he's serving his time in prison, as does Tom, who has been "stuck" for years now, inside of Anthony's brain! I don't want to reveal anymore to the story, as it's so entertaining to see what happens!
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Tom, a scientist, develops a machine that will allow a person to go back and relive a cherished memory. He gets in touch with a buyer, who gives him a lucrative offer. The client rushes him to finish before he can make sure that all the bugs are taken care of. Then, he finds out that his client is the United States penal system, and they want to use his invention to go inside of the memory of criminals to find out if they are guilty of crimes. Tom is very disappointed, at first, but, then he decides to go through with the sale. The criminal is brought in, and Tom is expected to go inside of his memory. He sees the crime happen, and the invention works. But, then he finds he cannot get out!

This movie is very well done. There are some clever aspects to the movie that make it more realistic. One example is that when some details of a memory are lacking, they are just covered in a red X. When the memory is made more vivid with related details used to trigger the memory, they pop up in the image. It was very well thought out. The plot was intriguing, the details were satisfying, and the acting was excellent. I really enjoyed this movie!
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Somewhere between "Inception" and "Dreamscape" Lies this film "Extraction." As good as some of it might be, the bad drags down the good.

Here's the scoop. Tom (Sasha Roiz) has invented a gadget that can help relieve troubled people such as war vets, abused children, etc by extracting the bad stuff from their brains. Tom's agent is having a hard time selling it because it's merely a 'do good' device. But when the Department of Corrections wants to know if they can reverse the machine's operation to go into a person's head to determine his guilt he might have a sale and get rich from it. The first test goes horribly wrong with bad news for Tom.

There is a lot to like about this movie. Much of the idea surrounding the machine and the subsequent tech-talk dialogue is spot on. It sounds amazingly authentic. Tom's reluctance, on moral grounds, for going into someone's head and digging around, is also good. It's a mix of how people's brains work, morality and philosophy. And When what happens to him happens, they come up with a cool, techy reason on how it happens. The story itself needed some punching up. I liked the things that happened, but they came off in a somewhat clunky fashion. This is a case where a seasoned Hollywood script writer would come in handy.

The acting is decent overall. The production level areas are good enough for the most part as is the directing. The directing in the climax needed a bit more umph though. This is an indy film through and through. If you liked "Primer" or "Upstream Color" you'll probably want to check this out. It's well worth watching. Just don't set your expectations too high.
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Quite a good sci-fi type drama. The actors did very well getting into their characters. This is actually very entertaining. I'm king of the fast forward button, and I didn't hit it once. There are a couple of mysteries embedded in the movie and the tension builds with those mysteries as the movie progresses. Kudos to the small cast and the director. Also good camera work and sets. Overall, this is proof that a small budget does not have to limit creativity or entertainment value.
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This movie was surprisingly good, considering I'd never heard of it before running across it on Amazon. Great science fiction concept, good acting, but probably could have been cut together a little better. Continuity suffered at times. Still worth seeing.
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