Singularity PrincipleHD Closed Captioning
David Robert Deranian & Austin Robert Hines
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About the Movie
Singularity Principle is a feature length science-fiction film about the consequences of renegade experiments into Parallel Universes. Co-written and directed by Austin Hines and by physicist Dr. David Deranian, the film pays particular attention to accurate scientific detail and uses the fascinating science of parallel universes to bring audiences a story that will both illuminate and entertain. The story starts off with the disappearance of noted scientist Professor Jack Brenner (John Diehl) during a fateful parallel universe experiment. Jack's protege, Dr. Peter Tanning (Michael Denis) is being interrogated by Dr. Lawrence Cason (William B. Davis) of a clandestine Black-Ops Agency to learn about the experiment and to find out what happened to Jack Brenner. Lawrence makes it clear that he wants to know everything about the experiment, including how parallel universes can be manipulated. The story unfolds with Peter describing the events of the experiment up to the fateful day where Jack Brenner disappears. Lawrence pushes Peter relentlessly to tell what happened but also recounts his own past with Jack Brenner. This is all in an effort to persuade Peter to work for the Agency, continuing his research for the Agency's interests which involve controlling gateways to, and the people in, other universes. The filmmakers of Singularity Principle are excited to be working with Big Screen Entertainment Group for the promotion and distribution of this ground breaking science-fiction film on Parallel Universes.
Good - but not great. Acting excellent, writing superb, special effects mesmerizing (of a singularity representation and phase shifting - but no sic fi whiz bangs here).
The older man who apparently works for a government agency - is perfect.
The science is simplistic for someone acquainted with theoretical physics - but it is accurate.
But it just doesn't move or jell. Tho the ending was a nice surprise - Jack does something ....
Don't do it
Low budget, weak special effects, 1970s soundtrack, acting poor for the most part
Better than I thought after reading the poor review. Good enough to keep me interested and easy to follow the physics. While you can tell it didn't have the budget of 'Interstellar' it was very entertaining. I highly recommend it if you enjoyed William B Davis in X-files. You can't go wrong for the price.