From the director of Terminator 3 comes a jaw-dropping psychological thriller starring the ultimate action hero, Bruce Willis.
In the not-so-distant future, where people experience life through perfect surrogates controlled from the safety of their own homes, murder is a thing of the past. But when a college student linked to the creator of these replicants is killed, one FBI agent must re-enter reality and risk his life to unravel the mystery. In the battle of technology versus humanity, who can you trust?
Experience every electrifying moment of this mind-blowing movie. Based on the acclaimed graphic novel and exploding with unforgettable action, Surrogates is nonstop entertainment from start to finish!
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I saw this at the cinema, It very much reminded me of another film I love, " i robot" and this was billed as the same sort of film. It certainly gets you thinking about what the www is capable of if it takes the wrong path. I really enjoyed it and with a couple of unexpected twists its worth recomending you watch it. As for the blu ray its good, not the best ever, but the picture is clear and sharp as is the audio.
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