S1m0ne (2002) 720p YIFY Movie

S1m0ne (2002)

A producer's film is endangered when his star walks off, so he decides to digitally create an actress to substitute for the star, becoming an overnight sensation that everyone thinks is a real person.

IMDB: 6.15 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.01G
  • Resolution: 720x400 / 23.976 (24000/1001) FPSfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 117
  • IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for S1m0ne (2002) 720p

The career of a disillusioned producer, who is desperate for a hit, is endangered when his star walks off the film set. Forced to think fast, the producer decides to digitally create an actress "Simone" to sub for the star--the first totally believable synthetic actress. The "actress" becomes an overnight sensation, with a major singing career as well, and everyone thinks she's a real person. However, as Simone's fame skyrockets, he cannot bear to admit his fraud to himself or the world.


The Director and Players for S1m0ne (2002) 720p

[Director]Andrew Niccol
[Role:]Catherine Keener
[Role:]Al Pacino
[Role:]Rachel Roberts


The Reviews for S1m0ne (2002) 720p


Reviewed byCharles Herold (cherold)Vote: 7/10/10

Very good satire on the cult of celebrity, in which the whole world fallsall over itself in praise of a non-existent actress. The movie also deals,to a much lesser extent, with the conflict between wanting to create aperfect artistic vision and wanting to create art that is in the world. It's not the most pointed or savage of satires, but it is quite a funny one. Some people here have criticized it for being predictable, which reallymisses the point of satire. Satire is based to a great extent on thefrightening predictability of people, and it must follow a logical train ofescalating events or what's the point. The biggest failing in the movie isnear the end where it jumps track from a logical train of events to a dumbplot device, which while not a fatal error is lazy and takes away from theoverall effect of the film.

But mainly it's just funny. Consistently so from beginning to end. Andalso notable as about the only good performance I've seen from Winona Rydersince Mermaids.

LudicrousReviewed byJames McNallyVote: 3/10

It went from mediocre to ludicrous and took almost two full hours to do it. A mildly interesting concept was doomed by too many unbelievable situations. After this much time, surely Hollywood can get computers right, can't they? Why did Al Pacino's character, who confessed he knew nothing about computers, suddenly acquire the ability to develop a CGI alter-ego? Also, where did he get a keyboard that had keys for "tears" and "mimic"? And would it really have a 5.25" floppy drive? Don't insult me. An incredible waste of talent, money, and my time...Could this really be the same writer and director who brought us Gattaca?

Why, we can do this on our computer.....!Reviewed bygradyharpVote: 8/10

S1m0ne (SIMONE) is a creative little piece of filmmaking from the young New Zealand writer director Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, The Truman Show, Lord of War, The Host, Dali & I:The Surreal Story). While this may not register in the 'best films of the decade' category, it certainly challenges both our thinking and our imagination and creates a sense of wonder at just how far we have come with computer generation.

Has-been movie director/producer Viktor Taransky (Al Pacino, shining) faces disaster when his star Nicola Anders (Winona Ryder) deserts his latest desperate need for a hit film and comes up with the alternative - create a superstar by using a digital synthespian, a creature who via computer codes is destined to do anything the creator decides. And voila! Simone (or rather S1m0ne - Sim-One, the technology used to creature such ventures.) Viktor is saved as Simone (Rachel Roberts) becomes the superstar of Viktor's dreams - winning awards, and Viktor's heart - only requiring that he ultimately tell the public of his sham, a deed he attempts to avoid through means that place him in big trouble. The story is fantasy, but in Niccol's hands the fantasy becomes possibility and makes us question just how far advanced have we become...perhaps too far.

The strong supporting cast includes, along with Winona Ryder, Catherine Keener, Benjamin Salisbury, Jay Mohr, Evan Rachel Woods, and of course the digitally altered Rachel Roberts. The test of a good comedy is whether it can incorporate tragedy and still entertain. This film succeeds.

Grady Harp

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