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Nicole Jones-Dion
Mark Grossman as Lancer
Virginia Coleman as Future Derby
Kelsey Boze as Future Seattle
Nicolle Ashley as Future Paseo
Jim Coates as Derby
Tiana Masaniai as Huntress
Caleb Thomas as Matt
Andrew Bering as Deputy Minister Brewer
Phyllis Spielman as Jessica
Anna Harr as Ava / Seattle
Travis Berens as Cabal Strike Force Commander
Storyline: After a night out of partying and left behind by her friends, Ava wakes up and sneaks back home only to find that she's already safe in bed. But that's not Ava - it's someone who looks just like her. A time-traveling fugitive has stolen Ava's body, her identity, and her life. What's more -- she's not alone. There are others, hiding in the past, secretly living among us, plotting to alter the future. Without her body, Ava is a virtual ghost, silent and invisible to the world. And, so far as she knows, she's the only one who can stop them and put the timeline back on course.
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Good story spoiled by wooden acting
Like other reviewers here I agree that the story has interesting possibilities, but the acting is so wooden that it's hard to buy in to the movie. The central female character is the best of the bunch, but even she fails to convince. I saw this on Netflix... If you have time to kill then I suppose this might do, but there is far better stuff out there.
Barely passable
This movie was recommended to me in the new releases category on Netflix. So I gave it a go, trying not to be biased by the bad ratings it has already got. But oh boy... The plot of the story is in short that the world is in ruins after a nuclear war that almost wiped out the entire human species. The remaining survivors enlist to become time traveling agents to stop the war from ever happening. These agents are also rebels and when there's rebels there's an almost omnipotent evil government-like force trying to stop the rebels from preventing the war. (Sounds like something I've watched before) I tend to have faith in ridiculous movie concepts, because those movies do, from time to time, blow me away. But I lost faith after the first 3 minutes and kept watching out of curiosity. My god the movie sin counter was off the charts on this one. Trying to create cheesy movie- catchphrases, bad clichés of every sort, that made me cringe at multiple occasions, CCTV has the exact same shot on monitor as in the actual scene, gaping plot holes. No well written characters, dialogue or conflicts.

The plot was wishful thinking at best. I do also think the chronology should have been changed.

The movie also ends in a manner that makes room for a sequel. No thank you
This film, absolutely terrible. The idea itself is Brilliant, however actors, terrible, acting is atrocious. I had to turn it off after 45mins, I just couldn't finish it it was so bad I don't get, its good good production value and everything, only thing I can think of is the writer and director must be useless. If you want to watch a good film like this watch 12 monkeys with Bruce willis. Brilliant film, excellent story...basically its same film as this but very good.
A 9-star script and a 1-star direction
The script was pretty fine. It has all the basics that a good story should have according to the Bob McKee story writing school. There was a reason why, a motive, gaps, artifacts and profound characters.The script could be a 8 or even a 9. It might have lacked some sort of a car chase scene for a perfect 10.

But the direction? Oh, god, the direction. All acting were plain and bi dimensional. We where talking about saving the world here and no one ever ran, cried, laughed or shouted during the whole movie. Jeeze. They lost a great script here.
But why?...
One of my friends recommended that I watched this movie, and usually when he does so it is because a movie is very poor. With that in mind, I did sit down to watch "Stasis", well aware that I might be in for something of an ordeal of a movie.

Turned out that I was in for exactly what I had expected...

"Stasis" has a very pointless storyline about people traveling from the future back in time to do absolutely nothing. Yeah, there was no point of their time travel and it seemed that there was no storyline connected to the movie either, it was as if director Nicole Jones-Dion just made up events to the story as ideas came rushing. I didn't really see any red thread throughout the course of "Stasis". Now, despite it being such a mundane and boring movie, I actually stuck with it to the very end.

There were literally no special effects in the movie, which was a puzzling thing, because as a sci-fi movie then special effects and visual effects are a must. And for a movie such as this to make very little or no use of special effects at all was just as good as them having signed their own death sentence.

The acting in "Stasis" was wooden and rigid, and I can't really point anyone out as being memorable or outstanding. So don't get your hopes up for some award winning performances here. One thing that did work out in favor of the movie, in a way, was the fact that the entire cast was unfamiliar faces. I enjoy watching new talents in movies, so that was at least a plus in favor of the movie.

I endured this movie to the very end, and I can in all honesty say that I am never returning to watch "Stasis" a second time.
Would be best to find something else on a Sunday night
Truth be told, some parts of the movie had some interest levels, but the quality of acting and random clichés just made it seem cheap. When your inner voice says "it's cheap" you kind of tune out, but I persisted with it. Luckily for me, I was doing some work while watching otherwise I would have wanted my time refunded!

Netflix recommends a lot of movies when they are newly released, but yeah - viewer be warned. The ending is just the kick to the nether regions you'd expect for putting up with the whole thing. The movie just takes a whole turn south the first time "Cabal" is mentioned.
Stasis, bu when is the rest coming?
I think I must be one of the few who really enjoyed this, even if it is a bit ... obvious, at least at the "almost end". Exiting, good plan, but it left me wondering when or if we will see the end? An interesting time travel plot, and a situation rather over used in so many world disaster style films, although quite well carried out here. Some interesting twists, and a little good action, but I'd like to see a follow up... In all it is worth while watching, despite some slightly pretty middle class acting, although the plot and the story line make up for it. Seen better, but seen far, far worse, so watch, enjoy and bite your nails, just a bit. Sorry, no spoilers, or nothing would be worth the time spent on it. Good SF, world in ruins with rebels on the good side, and the nasty world "rulers" as the baddies, but that does miss a deeper look. Although it's not an action packed war film, it is a war story, quite horribly plausible in its' setting, bearing in mind that we're watching SF, so I, for one, really do hope there will be a "Stasis 2".
I'm in bed with the flu, and this movie hurts more
Terminator. Looper. Twelve Monkeys. The Matrix. Even Transformers Age of Extinction (for the under-aged relationship angle).This movie will have you thinking: "I've seen this before..." all over the place, but ultimately it goes to show that while you can pay homage (French for "copy") all you want, a bad movie is just a bad movie.

I've spent most of the day in bed with a fever and headache and wanted something to distract from the pain. In a way I got my wish - who can think of personal suffering when there are others who might one day suffer through this movie too? From the opening monologue (so, so long...) and the first shots, this had "shoestring budget" plastered all over it. Worse than a "made for TV" vibe (I enjoyed The 100 very much) - just cheap.

The actors are mediocre and the dialogue grating. Someone asks the tech guy if they could neutralize a weapon if they "reverse the polarity" and while the response - a withering put-down stare - is funny enough, it just brought into focus the hammy writing.

Unless they are very skillful or expertly directed, a 15 year old actor will act like a 15 year old, no matter the age of the character inhabiting their mind. Clichés abound - the gruff rebel commander, the evil overlord in a crisp military jacket quoting Sun Tzu's "The Art of War", the femme fatal assassin who looks like Halle Berry's body-double's body double. I don't hold it against the actors though - they just wanted to work, and as far as they were aware this could have been their big break (it wasn't).

Let's forgive the time travel plot device - of course it's nonsense but that hasn't stopped other films and TV from using it successfully. But let's not forgive the ending. Just what were they hoping with that? A sequel? A TV spin-off? Not happening. And even if it were, the ending is still just lazy.

And here's my spoiler (so, spoiler alert): as the two agents leave Ava (Eva? Amy?) and her mother they wish her a happy future. But as the whole movie revolves around an impending nuclear apocalypse (which they show her) I can't help thinking that Ava's future is more likely to involve a drug-filled nihilistic rampage followed by years in psychiatric institutions before she gets toasted along with the rest of us.

Find something else to watch. Or go catch the flu and spend a couple of days asleep. It'll be a better use of your time. Two stars - one for the potentially interesting story, and one for the actors who I believe were trying their best.

p.s - they found a picture of the assassin. Good work, people! They showed it to everyone so they could go out and hunt for her (which they don't do). But for some reason they didn't show the sentry at the door, "sentry" being Latin for "guy who's last to know".

p.p.s - the background extras don't know how to handle a gun.

p.p.p.s - every time they refer to an agent as a "skinner" I thought of The Simpsons and that made me happy
Amazed to see some people liked this
As already pointed out the acting is terrible. The costumes are also low quality. And do not show imagination either.

But to think the script is passable is quite silly. So a technology that was unavailable with 7 billion people is doable once there are 7 billion people less and the hundred or so individuals are split into warring clans. Right. There is no maintenance but civilization uses the same industrial plastics from before.
What did I watch!?
The only good thing about this project(?) is that it appears to give employment to people who would normally be cashing an unemployment cheque. You couldn't really call it a film as it's so terrible with it's attempt at cheesy one liners. The acting is so bad I'd swear this was their first attempt at it if I hadn't checked their previous history. Clearly Netflix is padding out their library with rubbish like this. Do yourself a favour and give it a miss.
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