A tepid crime movie with some fancy graphics rather than an examination of what it means to live in a futuristic surveillance state, Anon tells the story of a policeman and a data hacker whose victims all turn up dead

Anon film review: Clive Owen, Amanda Seyfried in messy sci-fi thriller that skims the surface of total surveillance

A tepid crime movie with some fancy graphics rather than an examination of what it means to live in a futuristic surveillance state, Anon tells the story of a policeman and a data hacker whose victims all turn up dead

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A tepid crime movie with some fancy graphics rather than an examination of what it means to live in a futuristic surveillance state, Anon tells the story of a policeman and a data hacker whose victims all turn up dead
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