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Current Rating: 2.89

Current Rating: 2.89

based on 636 votes and 25 reviews

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  • 5 stars It's the best movie.
  • I think I am one of the few people that even saw this film. If I mention it to anyone, they look at me like I`m stunned. I wasn`t really sure what the film was about when I was going into it, but I liked it. Not one of Al Pacino`s best but definatley worth checking out.
  • I thought it was a cute film with good cast.
  • it has a rare flare of humor that most can`t appreciate. its good, and if you pay attention to small details, you`ll notice the lighting supports the plot.
  • I thought it a great concept that shows a spark of reality, with modern technology and all. What he did (simone) is possible but not to the quality shown in the movie, but its only a matter of time. I enjoyed it as entertainment.
  • This movie was the worst movie I have ever seen in my entire life. It was boring and had no action. The previews were the best part of the whole movie. Don`t ever watch it and put yourself through that torture. I wouldn`t watch it again if someone paid me to.
  • I love Al Pacino, and think he did a wonderful job with the role, as usual. But the film pretty much stunk as a whole.
  • this is how much we believe in hollywood
  • Al Pacino`s role was believable, I just didn`t feel it was that original considering the content of the film. There was something missing, the beginning there was a great deal of hope, but near the end it was just to fake.
  • This is the absolute worst movie ever created.

S1møne

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  119 min.
Release date:  August 23, 2002 | On DVD/VOD:  January 21, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 2.89
based on 636 votes and 25 reviews
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Cast: Al Pacino, Catherine Keener, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Jay Mohr, Elias Koteas, Jason Schwartzman, Daniel Von Bargen, Evan Rachel Wood