Blank (2022) 1080p

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Drama | Sci-Fi
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
7.9 / 10 
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Directors: Natalie Kennedy [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A desperate writer signs up for a fully A.I. operated retreat to cure her writer's block, but when an unforeseen software glitch occurs, she gets trapped inside her unit with an unstable android and no communication with the outside world.


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Like a Twilight Zone episode but padded out

We've seen it all before. The AI traps a woman in the house thing. We saw it in The Demon Seed and Vau and a few others as well. In this version of that story they intertwine it with a story of maternal abuse and imprisonment of the the protagonist in childhood.

It's an OK film, but that's all. The acting and production values are ok but the action feels padded out and I got rather bored about halfway through.

Maybe with a bigger budget and better directing talent it could have been something instead of the bloated short story it is.

Stop reading now. Ian padding this review out because I have to write six hundred words.

Laughably silly, when it is suppose to be taken seriously. Ha ha ha...

The only good thing about this movie is that it is laughably silly, but it is intended to be taken very seriously.

The bad: what do you get when you put C-listed actors in a movie in which the story requires dramatic acting capabilities? A laughable disaster.

These actors have to carry this movie, but they are nowhere near capable, which makes watching this story unfold a headache causing experience. Why? Because there is NO real drama to speak of. NO suspsense either.

I really had to struggle to watch it till the very end, because I got so incredibly bored by the lack of any spark or punch.

Blank and bland...

Right, well the concept of this 2022 sci-fi thriller definitely sounded interesting enough to make me opt to sit down and watch what writer Stephen Herman and director Natalie Kennedy had to offer.

Sure, I hadn't even heard about "Blank" prior to sitting down to watch it. So I didn't know what I was in for here, aside from what I had read from the movie's synopsis.

Let me just be the first to say that "Blank" is a slow paced and monotonous movie. While the concept idea behind the storyline definitely had potential and sounded interesting enough, then the movie itself was just a bland experience. Nay, a blank experience, get it? The storyline was too slow paced and mundane to provide me with much of any entertainment.

So it was good, at least, that the acting performances by Rachel Shelley (playing Clair Rivers) and Heida Reed (playing Rita) were good enough to make the movie somewhat semi-bearable to sit through. And I did manage to sit through the movie to the end, but I wasn't impressed, nor was I particularly entertained.

For a thriller, then "Blank" was devoid of anything overly interesting, exciting or thrilling. So it was a rather bland movie experience. And if you sit down to watch "Blank" with the hopes and intentions of being in for a thrill ride, then you'll be sorely disappointed.

While I managed to endure this movie to the end, I can honestly say that I am never returning to watch it a second time.

My rating of "Blank" lands on a generous three out of ten stars.
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