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Next

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MPAA Rating: PG-13
Theater Release: 4/27/2007
Video Release: 9/25/2007
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What Superhero Is Next? - By Jeffrey Chen
Next is based on Philip K. Dick's short story "The Golden Man," but don't let that fool you. It employs the concept that drives Dick's original story -- a being who can see the consequence of his actions a short distance into the future -- but almost none of the setting... MORE >>

Extra Sensory Prestidigitation - By John P. McCarthy
Paranormal improbability drives Next -- a mash-up of sci-fi action-thriller and romance adapted from a Philip K. Dick story and starring Nicolas Cage. To ensure maximum pleasure, it's best not to ask too many questions about what transpires.   In that... MORE >>

Romance and Action - By Diana Saenger
They say there are only seven basic stories Hollywood makes into movies, so trying to come up with one thatís different, compelling or just plain entertaining is quite a challenge. Next, a sci-fi thriller based on the short story... MORE >>

Baffling to Me - By Geoffrey D. Roberts
Next, loosely based on Philip K. Dickís story titled "The Golden Man," stars Nicolas Cage as a person with the innate ability to see two minutes into the future. Unfortunately, this slow-moving film is poorly written and executed, thereby squandering its potential... MORE >>



                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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