8 comments on ““Transcendence” and the Soul

  1. Good review Nate. It definitely had a lot to talk about, but it never really seems to go anywhere believable with those talking-points. Instead, it just makes up its mind as it goes, and is rarely ever thrilling.

    • Thanks for the comment, CMrok93! Yeah, it did seem like the movie went too quickly over those tough questions but then took forever to set up the action and final showdown. And, without giving the ending away, I agree with you — the final revelation between Digit-Will and Evelyn felt tacked on instead of well thought out. Oh well. Pfister was Christopher Nolan’s cinematographer for some of his movies (including “Inception”). I can’t help but wonder what “Transcendence” would have been like if Nolan had directed it.

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