Excerpt: One of the most underated movies I have ever seen. Good story that is truly one-of-a-kind with a better twist than "The Matrix" or even "Dark City." Represented by a good cast that will surprise you. As well as a script in itself that is underrated and good along with good visual effects.
Excerpt: Movie: 3.5/5 It's not the Matrix or Dark City, but for whatever reason, those are the two movies you'll be thinking of when you watch this. It's a decent sci film that explores the mind-splitting difficulties of virtual reality.
Summary: How truly good this movie is, I don't know. But, I personally love the concept, love most of the scenes, and have a good time watching it. It is not as good as it was the first, but still I like it. True sci-fi fans should enjoy it.
Summary: The Thirteenth Floor,in my opinion,is an underrated SCI FI classic. It ranks with Blade Runner, The Matrix & Dark City as Science Fiction with a brain. Not only does it raise philosophical questions around technology , reality and existence it is also an entertaining noir-thriller with a few twists.
Summary: I am a child of the 50's, and spent my preteen years feasting on all the classic sifi gems, such as " The day the earth stood still", "Forbidden Planet' etc. The 13th floor reminds me of those movies.
I think therefore I am... A film that questions the believe that self choice means you are flesh and blood.
2 January 2005
Summary: A small simulation set in 1937 has been created. Our main character discovers that his recently murdered partner (the simulators creator) has been using the simulation before its release for human trial. He also discovers that a message has been left in the system for him to find.
Summary: For some time I have been hearing people refer to to The 13th Floor, mostly when comparing to other movies of the genre like The Matrix. I finally got around to view it myself, and I was positively surprised. After seeing Matrix I and II, its hard to imagine a film that can be on par.
Summary: The Thirteenth Floor is a thoughtful and engaging film that asks its audience to think about the difference between reality and virtual reality. The Matrix asks similar questions in an action format appealing to a wider audience, but the Thirteenth Floor exceeds the Matrix in two respects.