Excerpt: Decepcionante debut tras las cámaras del prestigioso director de fotografía Wally Pfister. Demasiado plomo temático para tan poco brío en la realización convierte la película en una propuesta dura de digerir.
Excerpt: ’s a woefully imperfect movie, but it does look ahead to some brilliant concepts. These concepts are not handled very well, but there’s some great things to be found buried in the film if you care to find them.
Excerpt: …a good approximation of Johnny Depp’s career – an intriguing premise gives way to an artificiality that, if not entirely devoid of intelligence, fails to spark intellectual curiosity. He needs a reboot.
Excerpt: What makes this more disappointing is that its the directorial debut of Christopher Nolan’s cinematographer, Wally Pfister. Absent from TRANSCENDENCE are any memorable visual ideas that would allow the movie to, pardon the pun, transcend its schlocky underpinnings.
Excerpt: Cinematographer-turned-director Wally Pfister decides to take on the realm of technology cynicism in the somnolent sci-fi techno-thriller Transcendence. However, Transcendence feels structurally stiff and artificial without properly conveying its sentient messaging about cyberspace intrigue