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Warning review: God is a robot, human life is cheap, and more grim sci-fi tales

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Impressively resolute in its bleakness but irredeemably scattered in its approach, the sci-fi movie Warning consists of half a dozen storylines that are so at war with each other, they never coalesce into a movie. Every one of the vignettes in Agata Alexander’s film could be expanded into an intriguing full-length film. In fact, one of them is basically a shortened version of Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor. But Warning presents these ideas too rapidly and superficially. As soon as they become interesting, the film moves past them, with little connective tissue in between. The result is admirable for how grim it is in its multifaceted way, but as a whole, Warning is too disjointed and underdeveloped to really make an impact with…



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