Bionic

2024 [PORTUGUESE]

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Sport / Thriller

6
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 43%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 4.2/10 10 1098 1.1K

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1019.77 MB
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Italian 2.0
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24 fps
1 hr 50 min
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Italian 5.1
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Portuguese 2.0
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by burlesonjesse5 6 / 10

VIEWS ON FILM review of Bionic

2024's Bionic is maybe the only film I've ever seen that had to do with bionics. I mean I've never viewed TV's The Bionic Woman so um, there you go. Bionic, well it's farsighted sci-fi, made with just enough futuristic gadgetry and prescience that it doesn't completely overwhelm you. The story, yeah it's about two sisters who have prosthetic legs, vying against each other to compete in the famed Paralympics. In order to keep their sponsors however, said sisters have to partake in a life of crime and some strong-arm tactics. "I want to enter the game". Yeah you do.

So OK, Bionic is slick and glitzy, a flick that minus a few updated gags, probably could have been released in the late 90s. Nevertheless, it's a visionary work made by a director who obviously did some previous homework (Brazilian Afonso Poyart). A little Blade Runner here, a little Strange Days, a little splash of Neill Blomkamp, a smidgen of Gareth Edwards. I mean Poyart is obviously a fan of all things speculative fiction. So uh, what does he do to add to the furor? Well he combines sports with violence and meanie malefactors, kind of the same way 1991's Point Break did it with surfing, The Last Boy Scout did it with NFL football, and Drop Zone did it with skydiving. "Every victory demands sacrifice". Yeah it does.

Aping of ultramodern cinema, shafts of light, and Johnny Utah-s aside, Bionic is worth at least one showing for its solid intentions of trying not to be just another crapper in the $3.99 bin a la Best Buy. Objectives begot, you just have to get past the occasional bad dubbing, the cartoon-like acting, the erratic editing, and the shallow characters who are as cold as perhaps the science fiction world is itself. By "artificial" means.

Reviewed by Erik_Stone 3 / 10

Not bad CGI

The story is actually not too bad, but it's poorly executed. The characters are like bad comic book characters. Maybe that's what they were going for, but it just doesn't work well.

It's set in a world similar to the Deus Ex videos games, so that hooked me a little, because those games were so good.

The English voiceover isn't too bad, if you can't stand subtitles.

It's still the usual feminist kind of story with superhero-like girls. It's not a very realistic story, nor is it consistent.

I did like the focus on the athlete side, but the story really falls apart in the end. It's ok for a brainless watch, but it won't really keep your attention, much.

Reviewed by slovickm 7 / 10

Movie is fine, and it Dubbed.....

I enjoyed the freshness of the movie. Everything from it's plot to it's characters , it's setting and it's special effects. Netflix should take the basic premise if this movie and the way it's directed and remake all those old Class of Nuke them High movies from the 1980's. Or THE WARRORS. Or Jean Claude Van Damme movie called CYBORG. These movie take place in the future in settings like a disaster zone and advanced city's that have cyborgs and Punk rock looking thugs as the population. These days it shouldn't cost Netflix millions of dollars to remake these movies. They could be made to look similar to this movie Bionic. Plus thetevare dozens of sci-fi movies in that genre.

Let's remake them all.

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