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Aeon Flux (2005) movie is a live action Sci-Fi thriller which is loosely based upon the avant-garde science fiction TV series of the same name, which was created by Peter Chung.

Starring: Charlize Theron, Marton Csokas, Jonny Lee Miller, Sophie Okonedo, Amelia Warner
Directed by: Karyn Kusama
Screenplay: Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi

Initial release: December 1, 2005

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Full synopsis:
In the 25th century, the Earth’s population has dwindled to a surviving five million following a devastating virus that almost resulted in the extinction of all human life 400 years earlier. Confined to one city-state, a group of rebels, led by Handler (Frances McDormand), seeks to destroy the oppressive government — first, by assassinating a high-ranking chairman (Marton Csokas). Tasked with this mission, Aeon Flux (Charlize Theron) must integrate herself in a world of deceit and mystery.

Jeff Meyers (Metro Times (Detroit, MI)) What is it that drives talented actresses to dive into a hot pile of cinematic crap soon after winning their first Oscar? Full Review
Cole Smithey (ColeSmithey.com) Even Theron’s sexy catsuit acrobatics can’t prevent boredom from setting in as the film’s unimaginative production design and dull dialogue take precedence. Full Review
Steve Biodrowski (Cinefantastique) One would have expected something this cheesy to go direct-to-video %u2014 or at most to Showtime, on late at night. Full Review
Saxon Bullock (Film4) stodgy and listless futuristic thriller that only ever echoes other cinematic sci-fi tomorrows. Full Review
Felix Vasquez Jr. (Cinema Crazed) Between bouts of gun fights and acrobatics, “Aeon Flux” is a dreadfully boring and incomprehensible mess with a screenplay that constantly jumps between clunky to just plain embarrassing… Full Review
Rob Gonsalves (eFilmCritic.com) There isn’t a hint of the actress who earned her Oscar for Monster in this blank performance. Full Review
Anton Bitel (Eye for Film) a live-action feature that captures all too depressingly the original TV cartoon’s evolution from inventive weirdfest to a more run-of-the-mill brand of dystopian cyberpunk. Full Review
Dragan Antulov (Index.hr) spektakularnost potro%u0161ena zbog MTV-jevskog stila monta%u017Ee koji gledateljima ne dozvoljava da shvate %u0161to se zapravo doga%u0111a na ekranu Full Review
Ethan Alter (Film Journal International) A story that is both poorly conceived and badly told. Full Review
Kam Williams (Upstage Magazine) Between Charlize’s skimpy, spandex outfits and the equally-sparse, angular modernistic architecture this readily digestible, if implausible sci-fi adventure is laced with enough surprises to keep you engaged throughout. Full Review
Philip French (Observer [UK]) The 15-year-old MTV cartoon on which it is based must be better than this. Full Review
Matt Bradley (Christian Science Monitor) The camera drools over each titilating catfight and gazelle-like leap. Full Review
Peter T. Chattaway (Christianity Today) The telling of this story is rather dull and lifeless; the film is full of rote combat sequences and no real sense of danger or adventure.
Tasha Robinson (AV Club) A slick-looking action movie with too much exposition and a weighty, pretentious tone. Full Review
Bruce Kirkland (Jam! Movies) Slick, sexy, and incredibly stupid. Full Review
Matt Pais (Metromix.com) A high-octane, indisputably terrible piece of futuristic silliness. Full Review
Kim Newman (Empire Magazine) An effort that’s somehow both depressing and trivial. Full Review
Urban Cinefile Critics (Urban Cinefile) Sometimes the film looks a little silly and the high hopes we had of talented director Karyn Kusama of Girlfight fame, are not realised. The end result is a film that verges on boring. Full Review
Joe Utichi (FilmFocus) Dashingly beautiful but distressingly dumb. Full Review
Peter Bradshaw (Guardian) It’s made with some style, but flags after the first rip-roaring action moments. Full Review

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