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Gattaca

Rated PG-13 for brief violent images, language and some sexuality.

PG-13 112min.
 
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New Zealand screenwriter Andrew Niccol (The Truman Show) made his feature directorial debut with this science fiction drama, set in a future when one's life is determined by genetic engineering rather than education or experience. Read More
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Vincent Freeman
Jerome Morrow
Director Joseph
Detective Hugo
Antonio
Young Vincent
Young Anton
Director
March 14, 2012
craigpribil5
One of the best forward looking movies I've ever seen. This movie which takes place perhaps 50 years from now relies on present injustices and inequalities for it's moral-of-the-story. As is the case of all sci-fi writers Andrew Niccol exposes modern man's follies in a futuristic setting. How many of us have not been given credit for an accomplishment or never been given the chance to 'swing
January 13, 2010
lanenadeponce14
this movie is a beautiful and exciting.it shows how borrowing someone's DNA can lead to complications.the symbols that they use in the movie are not hard to find like in Jerome's apartment the staircase is a symbol for DNA.Vincent is a good example for this because he followed his dream but for him to continue living it the real Jerome had to die;there could only be one Jerome in that society.I
October 25, 2008
Craigpribil5
Gattaca is a wonderful movie. The musical score's underlying theme is powerful, yet sorrowful. It plays well to the theme of Gattaca. This theme is about believing in yourself when others won't. It is about succeeding when others hold you back. It is about having hope when things seem hopeless. And finally it is about courage.....or maybe the roots of courage. It was the last swimming

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