The Phoenix Project | Full Drama Sci-Fi Movie
The Phoenix Project – Four scientists craft a machine to reanimate deceased organisms.
Stars: Corey Rieger, Andrew Simpson, David Pesta
Loved the movie! The details of the interviews were spot on. The back story with Devin and his sister was heart touching, bringing you in to the story line much more. Then the turn with Devin killed me.
This was an excellent, well acted movie If you’re on the fence, just watch it.
What a fantastic look at the dynamics between scientists with passion for their project. Well done.
Such a sad ending! I can’t even imagine how hopeless everyone was feeling. The leader of the project had been obsessed with it for years, so for him to admit failure, it must have been a very difficult closing of that chapter of his life…which had clearly become his whole life at that point. Such high hopes to end so abruptly that way, and all because of the love Devin had for his sister. What amazing devotion to her in her vulnerable, nearly hopeless state. He believed he was her only chance, and in sacrificing himself for just a chance to save her, seems like an overwhelmingly selfless love that most humans will never experience. That was a beautiful, yet tragic thing to witness. Great job on all the acting; all likeable, multifaceted characters, each with his own personal reason for being involved in the project. I’m glad I took a chance on this sci-fi, which is not my usual first choice. It was well worth my time. Thank you for sharing this well done, very thought provoking film that inspired real emotion and a wonderful opportunity for some introspection and self-evaluation.
After such a long time saw such a beautiful movie. Great story, direction acting, plot, just amazing… incredible….. like everything about movie
For all those out there with negative comments.. YOU DIDN’T HAVE TO PAY FOR IT! AND LET’S SEE YOU DO BETTER! Easy to criticize from behind your typewriter! Pun intended… I thoroughly enjoyed this! Thanks folks, a great COVID distraction… 😜💯💜
A one scene stage play in a cinemaographic setting based on the Frankenstein theme. Slow moving but if you have patience, a well acted piece that echos the sentiment of the age old moral question.. just because you can do something, should you do it?
Well written, good acting, a damn fine movie.