- Dane DeHaan as Andrew
- Alex Russell as Matt
- Michael B. Jordan as Steve
Andrew is a troubled but creative teen with a keen visual eye and a high-quality HD camera. He is introverted and socially awkward. Along with his friends, Matt and Steve, they make a discovery that leads them all to acquire powerful telekinetic abilities. They're now capable of, well, almost anything. But things take a dark turn.
1 out of 5 Oscars
I do not see how people like this movie. I do not see why this movie has such a high rating. The movie is shot in the view from Andrew's camera. You quickly start off by finding out that Andrew is commonly abused at home and picked on at school. Making him a very hateful and sinister person that has no friends. And probably wouldn't be willing to even try and make one. After getting powers along with his cousin Matt and Matt's friend Steve things get worse. Give a man that wants to kill everyone the power to kill everyone. It kinda already tells you EXACTLY what is going to happen.
I felt the movie lacked in every possible way. The actors while in themselves were good really had boring parts. There was little to no action through 90% of the movie. The final fight scene was the best part of the whole movie and it was even cheap. The fight consisted mostly of an upset Andrew throwing things around.
I wish I could get the hour and a half of my life back but you win some you lose some and this was defiantly a big lose. I do not want to make anyone suffer through this movie. I will never recommend this movie to anyone. I'm just glad I rented it and didn't spend the crazy movie theater ticket prices over it.