It wasn’t until I saw who was in TAU that I gave it a closer look. With Gary Oldman and Ed
TAU | Sci-Fi Movie
Imprisoned in the home of an inventor, and used as a test subject for the improvement of her captors A.I. a street-smart young woman attempts to escape her high tech prison by befriending the A.I. that controls the building.
Starring Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight, Dracula), Ed Skrein (Kill Your Friends, Deadpool), Maika Monroe (It Follows, Independence Day: Resurgence), Fiston Barek (Silent Witness, Don’t Call Back), and Ivana Zivkovic (Virgin Boys).
TAU Movie Review Conclusion
I would watch it again – TAU is an unusual film, and although it’s quite slow paced it is intriguing. It’s set pretty much entirely in one location. The more you watch the more engrossed you get. There are times when the main character, Julia, does exactly the thing you’re always thinking the characters should do in movies and then it goes bad anyway. A Sci-Fi and a Thriller there is only one mild gory moment, a few exciting moments and a lot of romantic getting to know you A.I./ Human scenes. It’s a laid on the sofa when you’re feeling a bit ill kinda movie.
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Where Stars took the team from ghosts to monsters, Moon leads with them – the only ghosts are from Alice’s past. And Alice has a promise to keep. No matter what the consequences.
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Horror and Fantasy Author – Also writing as K.T. McQueen. Love Western Horror, cowboy boots, my cactus Collin, & my Demon Cat.
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