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This is good stuff. Complicated, yes, but if you stay alert, everything will make sense. If you fall behind you'll miss important information. Some movies you can go get a drink, come back and you missed nothing. Not here. The idea is excellent, the story is interesting, the acting was good for the most part. The depiction of the 1930 was very detailed, which made this film visually appealing as well. Don't miss it.
|9/10||beachandtennis@ - 241 reviews|
10.3.2011 - age: 50+
An incredible concept for a film. Well written and acted... A sleeper!
|9/10||self_indulgent@ - 2 reviews|
7.8.2007 - age: 36-49
I really enjoyed this movie. It was very suspenseful and kept you guessing. Some great surprises throughout. I thought the ending could have been a bit better but still very enjoyable. Considering that is was pre-"matrix", I thought it was a very good and original plot.
|7/10||sunfunseekers@ - first review|
15.6.2007 - age: 36-49
Great movie, definitely worth buying on DVD.
|9/10||grimreaper12@ - 2 reviews|
8.4.2007 - age: 26-35
Excellent Cartesian mind twist.
|10/10||dantones@ - 2 reviews|
30.3.2007 - age: 36-49
Good thing, I will put into collection. Lightly brain washing :) Hi from Russia.
|7/10||miklbonch@ - first review|
13.3.2007 - age: 26-35
If you like science fiction movies and being surprised by an ending, you have to give this movie a chance. I loved it and even bought it to be able to watch it again whenever I feel like it. You won't be disappointed.
|9/10||blanchard@ - 10 reviews|
1.8.2006 - age: 36-49
Kept you on the edge of your seat.
|8/10||clayton4@ - 2 reviews|
21.5.2006 - age: 36-49
It's a film that make's you think... if you don't like to think, just skip it.
|7/10||pendejoso2002@ - first review|
2.8.2005 - age: 26-35
A virtual movie for a virtual audience.
|9/10||asmhanna@ - first review|
17.6.2005 - age: 36-49
Best sci fi ever. Very gripping, must see.
|10/10||sidkhattar@ - first review|
11.2.2005 - age: 18-25
Surprises you if you take the time to watch its' slow beginning. I liked it alot.
|9/10||dannysimms@ - 3 reviews|
7.2.2005 - age: 36-49
Was better than I was expecting!
|7/10||gaildelafuente@ - first review|
29.12.2004 - age: 26-35
It was alright.
|7/10||taylormadegirly@ - 3 reviews|
26.11.2004 - age: 18-25
Makes you wonder if, like in Slaughterhouse Five, we belong to a cosmic zoo, endlessly encased in a multidimensional maze. Mindbending and provocative. By far superior to most FX packed movies like Matrix.
|9/10||g.hanbury@ - first review|
24.9.2004 - age: 36-49
Like Star Trek and Twilight Zone 13th floor is a mystory and a treat. Truly it is for the fans of sci fi and fantasy, yet it also has much for those who enjoy a mystory. 13 th floor is alot like a Philip K. Dick story that sort of takes place in the 30's. This little thriller did very little buisness in the theaters, but found a strong market in the video and dvd market. The 13th floor was produced by those lame ass fools that brought you Indepentence day, accept this time it really is scince fiction and not junk.
|7/10||talesandvision@ - 2 reviews|
13.8.2004 - age: 26-35
Interesting movie, makes you wonder in the end.
|8/10||dimar@ - 3 reviews|
17.6.2004 - age: 18-25
Yes I saw it, it was great, I love it, lots of action, and quite a twist in the plot.
|8/10||seeyarick@ - first review|
9.4.2004 - age: 26-35
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What the hell is this movie about? I did not get one single bit of it. At the end of the movie, the last scene I thought they were listening to music through their headphones. It was crap.
|1/10||god_of_sping_chives@ - first review|
The blurring of real life and virtual reality made it difficult to suspend disbelief.
|6/10||rkravec@ - first review|
28.12.2003 - age: 50+
I think the movie was rubbish I dont know how it got made into a movie and will see that it is band if people think that it was good they are worse than you wiredooos I sue u for all your money and I hope that everyone will readb this message and then they wont have to go out and spend there money on a load of crapurs faithfiully kirsty terry.
|1/10||kirsty@ - first review|
16.12.2003 - age: 13-17
Wow! It was a little slow in the beginning but it was totally worth it in the end. It is much like The Matrix except it has more of a plot and twist instead of action.
|10/10||nibbler@ - first review|
9.12.2003 - age: 13-17
The 13th Floor successfully evoked amoody quality and maintained a mystery that unravelled at a pace just right to keep the viewer interested. It had an elegant feel absent in many sci-fi movies and almost felt noirish.
|9/10||charlenedapart@ - first review|
4.11.2003 - age: 36-49
Catched my mind from the very begining. Excellent story. Beautyfully reproduced LA of the 30's. Watched it about 6 times and still there are some things that I don't understand completely. Worth to see.
|10/10||kvazimodas@ - first review|
25.8.2003 - age: 18-25
Really good movie! I liked the story...
|9/10||muheng2000@ - 3 reviews|
27.7.2003 - age: 18-25
This movie is amazingly intelligent!
|7/10||sarah_lee_83@ - 3 reviews|
27.7.2003 - age: 18-25
This movie is really intelligent and elegant; pre-matrix!!!
|9/10||thainoodle@ - first review|
22.6.2003 - age: 50+
Very good movie. I liked the idea or the plot..
|9/10||tadros_amir@ - 13 reviews|
12.6.2003 - age: 26-35
Matrix style, this film rules... :-)
|10/10||larridon@ - first review|
6.6.2003 - age: 18-25
This movie RULES and especially the soundtrack of HIM WITH JOIN ME IN DEATH [...] from a big HIM AND BAM MARGERA LOVER!!!
|10/10||bammargerarocks@ - 3 reviews|
29.5.2003 - age: 13-17
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I don't understand the ending. Did the 1999 character take over the 2000+ user's body at the end?
|6/10||expandus@ - first review|
19.5.2003 - age: 36-49
I like the story in this movie. It was pretty creepy to see with the crazy graphics they show.
|7/10||majed_45@ - 6 reviews|
11.5.2003 - age: 13-17
Excellent movie. One of the rare movies of late that is both enjoyable and makes you think!
|9/10||gwyurk@ - 5 reviews|
20.3.2003 - age: 36-49
I saw the 13th Floor and thought it was genious, a sort of Matrix type movie! It has a good plot and although the begining is a little hard to grasp halfway through right to the end keeps you at the edge of your seat!
|8/10||siland@ - 4 reviews|
20.3.2003 - age: 18-25
Very good with twisting and turning of what you think is true. But does it end or keep going?
|7/10||midnightofthecentry@ - first review|
17.3.2003 - age: 50+
This movie was just great, I mean, the actors were amazing and the story was quite a suspence! I just fell in love with this movie!
|10/10||isabelle_cimachowicz@ - first review|
5.3.2003 - age: 13-17
I didn't really like this movie. It seemed very hard to follow. I pretty much didn't have a plot or a meaning to the movie. I really hated it.
|3/10||akosuka23@ - first review|
19.2.2003 - age: 18-25
I think this was a cool movie. Mostly because of the suprise ending. I would never expect that there world was fake. Its cool that when they die in the fake world that the your user takes your life.
|9/10||firebabyj@ - first review|
13.2.2003 - age: 1-12
This movie left me at the end of my seat and the ending was great.
|8/10||applespicee@ - first review|
30.1.2003 - age: 36-49
Oh my gosh, this movie was great. It kept me off my seat. It was scary, probably one of the most scary movies iv seen latley (next to fear. Com. Both movies though had a corny ending. But everything else was amazing.
|8/10||melissa_stewart21@ - first review|
13.9.2002 - age: 18-25
The Thirteenth floor is a movie that makes you think twice about the realism of life. A good movie for those who enjoy thinking when they watch movies.
|8/10||forensicanatomy@ - first review|
6.5.2002 - age: 13-17
True, it wasn't the smoothest plot and didn't live up to a great idea but it still ran smoothly and was fun to watch nevertheless. Unfortunately, Sci-fi films seem to be few and far between nowadays, so I was glad to see this one.
|7/10||meir.glantz@ - 4 reviews|
12.3.2002 - age: 36-49
The movie was great, but I'm sorry to say that I thought that it was the european version. I just wanted to hear the HIM song "join me in death" but it wasn't in the movie!!! Shame on you. Put the song in the US version, NOW!!!
|7/10||gravitation_84@ - first review|
13.2.2002 - age: 18-25
This movie definitely makes you think about so many possibilities, about life, truth and fate. Definitely worth seeing, very well done and excellent screen writers.
|10/10||unknown3797@ - 4 reviews|
3.2.2002 - age: 18-25
I thought it was a great Sci-fi movie. A few neat twists ans turns to keep you in suspense.
|7/10||mandy@ - 57 reviews|
14.1.2002 - age: 26-35
Don't see this drunk, you really have to pay attention.
|7/10||jmarx12@ - 18 reviews|
13.12.2001 - age: 13-17
Not one of my favorite movies.
|3/10||jmckeigan@ - 26 reviews|
2.12.2001 - age: 36-49
I'm a sci-fi lover, but, huh? I must have missed the point, but this was a snooze cruise. Which is a shame 'cause I love Vincent D'Onofrio, his body of work that is, yeah, yeah, that's what I meant. Bor-ring.
|4/10||parkerd891770802@ - 116 reviews|
28.9.2001 - age: 26-35
13th Floor wasn't bad, I thought it had some good suspense, not bad sci-fi. The idea of going through time is something we would all love to do. Unfortunatley yet it can't be done. I would give this movie 7/10 being that it was an edge of your seat thriller.
|6/10||daffyduck76@ - first review|
7.7.2001 - age: 26-35
I thought it was good, my husband thought it was awsome. He bought the video.
|8/10||hiandhello@ - 9 reviews|
26.6.2001 - age: 26-35
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