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Action, Sci-Fi
Rob W. King
Nicolas Cage as Noah Kross
Nikolas Filipovic as Spiky Hair
Sheldon Bergstrom as Gas Jockey
Mel Tuck as Chester Hills
Jett Klyne as Little Noah
Leo Fafard as Motel Clerk
Jakob Davies as Lucas Weller
Destinee Dunkin-Klyne as Schroder's Daughter
Lorne Cardinal as Border Ranger
David Lovgren as Irving Ravetch
Vicellous Reon Shannon as Agent Porter
Hugh Dillon as Adam Westinghouse
Kurt Max Runte as Adolf Schroder
Storyline: A dystopian thriller set in the year 2030 that sees the world in a permanent state of economic recession and facing serious environmental problems as a result of global warming.
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It's like someone tried to make a terrible movie.... and succeeded!
Direct to DVD? Sure whatever, it's still terrible by that standard.

- Terrible acting - Terrible dialogue (seriously terrible) - Mediocre effects - Mediocre story - Mediocre characters (Tho stereotypical bad guy is so nonsensical he's almost hilarious)

Feels like a bad pilot episode. If you want to watch it for some cringe laughs, be prepare to be bored for 90mins before a half-assed ending.
Decent post apocalyptic movie
I think Mr. Davis was expecting to much for some reason. I enjoyed the movie myself. This is a made for cable/DVD movie so based on that the writing was good and I wasn't board as the story unfolded.Just wanted to give my 2 cents since me and Mr. Davis came away with different opinion.
Cage is not deserving of such low budget films
The idea is brilliant - it is entirely possible that in the near or not-so-near future (the way things stand at this time) that there may be such a Humanity Bureau as an official government agency. This has been prophesied recently by other releases e.g. "What Happened to Wednesday".

It does not warrant Nicolas Cage starring in such low-budget crap though. An absolute travesty and short of criminal. Cage is a good actor and mustn't be associated with rubbish like this. Vicellous Shannon is funny and should be given his own comedy show or something.

The whole production team incl. scriptwriters and Rob King should either be given bigger budgets or not be allowed anywhere near film production. The film is not even watchable at the best of times and frankly, my 5-year-old can make a better film with an iPhone and a 10-year-old laptop.

Don't waste your money or your time with this film.
Why? Why do they make movies like this?
I might be unfair, I only watched the first 20 minutes or so, and only because I wanted to give Nicolas Cage a chance (I really enjoyed many of his early movies). But these 20 minutes where unbearable. Poor acting, slow, predictable, boring, unconvincing. Credits (and the one point I have to give) to the guy in front of a computer screen asking: "since when is that standard procedure?". That was actually the best performance and most interesting line of the movie. It lasted for about 2 seconds, there was some magic in the air, something was building up, there was a tangible tension. But then the other guy said something and the first guy shrugged and the moment was gone. Gone, as far as I'm concerned, forever. That was the last new Nicolas Cage movie I will ever dare to watch again.
Rating reviews...
Rated 10 because haven't watched it yet. Reason: Someone wrote a good comment on how to interpret reviews. I agree. But I also think all reviewers need to put up a current picture (no generic silhouette) or IMDb has to put a obligatory age box so viewers know or have an idea why these people rated it with their rating. If you expect a movie to be like something you think its gonna be...don't even watch it so don't rate it. Don't forget...motion pictures is an art form. Respect it!
Great to Finally See a Decent Nicolas Cage Film
The story here was by no means original but the acting was excellent, pacing was perfect, kept me involved all the way to the end. My only complaint was the ending itself - the film did a great job making a big story "small" by getting you to care about the characters involved, but then at the last moment it zooms back out and tries to make a political statement. Just didn't work for me. Otherwise I would have given it a 10
Much Much Better Than The 4.1 Rating This Now Has.
Two things have caused me to write this review. 1. The low and misleading rating. 2. A review that started "I've just watched this, and I have to say - it's horrible."

I hope by now most of the regulars here know better than to let every IMDb rating or review, on every movie, decide for you if you'll watch the movie or not. I have found those ratings and those opinions often times to be flawed although more often than not they are close to accurate. That is to say, 3.9 and below are usually accurate and not very artful examples of movie making, skill or imagination. 4.5 are often better than that 4.5 rating but not all the time. That's why it bothers me that this has a 4.1 and might be overlooked by a sci-fi buff or someone simply interested in a good movie, because of the IMDb rating. I watch minimal, 80 movies each month from all genres mostly from the 2000's up to today. I'm sure I watch at least 1000 movies per year. Easily. If all you watch are 30-50 movies each year and you expect them all to be Academy Award eligible or Marvel Studios Productions, lest they are are not up to your standards ' then yeah, you might think 'Humanity Bureau' is "horrible." It would be nice if more of these people who claim that a particular movie with, a good plot, good actors and some kind of a budget is "horrible", gave an example of a comparable movie that was 'great' so we would know what to compare it to from his or her viewpoint.

I give this movie a 10 in part to counterbalance the 4.1 that I feel it doesn't deserve. It's a good story, a cautionary tale relevant to the political climate we live in these days where we are called on to trust that the government has 'our' best interests at heart when really they have the interests of the elites at heart and good should trickle down to us...eventually. The acting is good, you can't do something for more than 20 years and not be excellent at it so Nicholas Cage, of course, was convincing as were most of the rest of the cast. Cinematography, for those of you who pay attention to that sort of thing, was relevant and artfully done. The movie put a lump in my throat in a couple of parts, always a sign for me of a well-crafted story. Can't say what those parts are without a spoiler alert so I won't. Hopefully, you'll see for yourself.

Also, keep in mind America is a much tougher audience than other parts of the world and despite money, effort, thought and time, far beyond anything the armchair critic has ever undertaken, many of them will still completely trash the efforts of people waayyy more creative and imaginative than themselves. This movie is better than a 4.1, but that's the opinion of someone who watches movies incessantly from all around the world. Still, everyone is entitled to their opinion. I'd hands-down watch this movie again (something I rarely do) compared to oh, say...2001 A Space Oddesy.

Just watch it for yourself and then decide. It is not a waste of time.
Yes it's bad and that makes it...well not good, but enjoyable.
Buckle up for obvious twists, nonsensical character motivations, poorly choreographed action scenes and many unintentionally funny laugh out loud moments like little Timmy's singing recital. To be honest I don't think his name was Timmy but even though I just watched this I already forgot what the kid's name was; throughout the movie everyone often calls him, "the boy," which is fitting given his bland and generic performance.

So yes, it's bad, all around bad, the script, the acting, the plot, but at this point what else would you be expecting from a Nicolas Cage movie. I saw his name and the silly sounding title, "The Humanity Bureau," and knew I would enjoy how sinfully sh*tty this film was going to be and it didn't disappoint. That being said I gave it a 6 because I did enjoy it and would probably watch it again with some friends for laughs, and I can't give a movie I would watch multiple times a poor rating.
It's OK, nothing special, but definitely watchable.
Its an OK film but nothing special. Another post nuclear apocalyptic plot with more holes than a kitchen strainer. Really there isn't much point in going through them as to be honest, the film transgresses these failings and oddly still manages to pull off something worthwhile. Also I have little doubt someone really peeved with the oversights will write a detailed review listing them all for your benefit.

I sat through it easily and mostly enjoyed it because in spite of its shortcomings it does immerse you quite successfully in the story. A tale more about the characters, their interaction and their journey through trying circumstances as they're chased by the 'bad guy' played by Hugh Dillon. Except for Hugh Dillon whose role is overdone, the performances are very strong and the character interaction is what really raises the bar of this film. Cage along with his duo of co-conspirators really brings the baton home. Jakob Davies who plays Lucas gives a very able performance.

The script is OK for the most part, average in some places but very good in the sections that matter where the real story progression is key. The science in general is sketchy, but then little or no attempt has been made to justify the setting other than to say 'war happened, now stuff's messed up' so I'll give it a pass. There are few gadgets interspersed with contemporary technology, but don't over-think this one or it will easily come unstuck and the bottom will fall out of your experience.

Good direction, good cinematography. Some reasonable special effects but very obviously no large cheques were written to bankroll this one.

I definitely liked aspects of it. Much of this film is just peripheral rubbish that adds little to the experience but again its still reasonably entertaining so I won't pick at it.

Anyway, I'm Giving it a 5 as no half marks are possible and its not quite a 6. Cage and the cast do a good job with the material, but the story is still a little weak and could have benefited from a few band aids.

I think its a reasonable film though not really as good as you'd expect given Cage is featured. If your a cage fan watch it. He's done a lot worse so this will by no means be his lowest ebb. Actually to be fair, I think his performances are always good, its just the roles he takes don't always do him any favours.

I 'kinda' recommend it, if that makes sense.
Oh dear how sad for all the good old actors of yesteryear - Is this where they go to die!
It seems many of the movie greats have become straight to DVD fodder now. They have all gone down the Lance Henriksen, Ron Perlman, John Cusack route and I am very sad to say we have to add Nick Cage to the list of has beens. Is it because they are too old? Well, No I certainly don't think so; Nick and John Cusack both seem to be dying their hair with boot polish these days but at least Nick hasn't had too many face lifts like John Cusack (seriously have you seen him in CELL & SINGULARITY - He looks like a woman). Nick looks half decent for a guy in his 50's so why why why are they not being offered decent roles?

This was really cheap from the very opening scene with the drone next to his car it looked so bad it wasn't even good enough to appear in a home made video. The cars were supposed to be smartphone computer controlled and it is supposed to be the future but they were all ordinary cars with nothing scifi about them except the Humanity logo - very, very poor show old chep!

The movie lurched from one cheap location to another as a different reviewer pointed out quite correctly to save money obviously. The guy with the eye patch - what can i say but cringe, cringe, triple cringe!!!

The acting was wooden and plodding as though they were all just picking up a cheque and the artistic integrity mattered not. The story really was like a retread of an old tired cliché and the poor effects just made the whole thing seem like another pointless exercise. I though singularity was poor but this is actually worse.

Scifi channel movies are better than this - if that doesn't give you the SP then nothing will!
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