- 1 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramShedding 4:20
- 2 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramApartment 1:18
- 3 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramSuicide 2:17
- 4 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramFarmhouse 3:56
- 5 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramExercise 2:44
- 6 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramJensen Albright 3:14
- 7 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramFarmhouse Fight 2:38
- 8 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramAnna 2:02
- 9 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramJensen Is Albright 1:18
- 10 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramDrive To Martin 1:09
- 11 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramTrust Me 3:46
- 12 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramDon't Get Greedy 2:13
- 13 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramLearning To Swim 1:09
- 14 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramFight At Rest Home 3:26
- 15 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramCar Chase 3:27
- 16 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramThe Lab 2:53
- 17 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramRed Dot 1:44
- 18 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramWhat's Your Name? 3:02
- 19 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramAlbright Burns 1:26
- 20 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramGoodbye Anna 2:23
- 21 Антонио Пинто & Dudu AramSelf/Less 4:40
|Runtime||1 hr 52 min|
|Budget||$26 000 000|
|Premiere: World||$31 807 156 July 10, 2015|
|USA||$12 279 691|
|Other countries||$19 527 465|
|Box Office – Budget||$5 807 156|
|Premiere: USA||$12 279 691 July 10, 2015|
|first day||$1 963 105|
|first weekend||$5 403 460|
|Digital: World||November 10, 2015|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, Violence & Gore, ...|
|Production Companies|| |
DescriptionA dying real estate mogul transfers his consciousness into a healthy young body, but soon finds that neither the procedure nor the company that performed it are quite what they seem.
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Not a bad action movie for once. The plot is interesting and exciting, but it sags a bit towards the end. Partly due to the fact that they went too far with the action, IMHO. Some moments are too implausible (like many action films). Translated to English
The film is as simple as three kopecks, and from a scientific point of view it is crazy, but it looks interesting. The only problem is that it immediately slips out of your head. Having watched it for the first time in the year of its release, I completely forgot about its existence until I accidentally came across it on the Internet. Translated to English