Visually ostentatious but short on plot and character development, the 2012 adaption of Philip K. Dick’s “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale” is still solid summer entertainment, especially if you enjoy innovative chase scenes. See my full review at buzzymag.

An excerpt:
A lot of thought went into designing this world, with its sweeping skyscrapers and intricate layers. The melange of cultures is shown via signage and decor styles, subtle but present. Less thought appears to have gone into some of the science . . . .

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