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The Thirteenth Floor
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The Thirteenth Floor 1999

From Amazon: Computer scientist Hannon Fuller (Armin Mueller-Stahl) finds something extremely important. Knowing that he's marked for assassination, he leaves a message in the virtual reality world he's designed, hoping it will be found by colleague Douglas Hall (Craig Bierko). Hall is a suspect in Fuller's murder and indeed finds a bloody shirt in his house, with no recollection of what he did the night before. Hall plunges headlong into Fuller's world (a re-creation of 1937 Los Angeles) to try to unravel the slaying and is soon knee-deep in confusion and trouble. What this film lacks in character depth and plot cohesiveness it makes up for in special...

Directed By:
No image existsJosef Rusnak
Written By:
No image existsJosef Rusnak
Craig BierkoCraig Bierko
Vincent D'OnofrioVincent D'Onofrio
No image existsArmin Mueller-Stahl
Gretchen MolGretchen Mol
No image existsDennis Haysbert
No image existsSteven Schub
No image existsJeremy Roberts

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The Thirteenth Floor Movie Review by Movie Addict (9/8/2007)

The idea of parallel universes is based in science, and I found it interesting to see in a sci-fi movie.

I have to say that this was really difficult to keep straight, but I tried hard. Going back and forth from the present to 1937 Los Angeles, you never knew what was real and what was created. Of course, at the end, you...

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