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The Speed of Thought 2011 123movies

The Speed of Thought 2011 123movies

They know Everything but the TruthApr. 29, 201194 Min.
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Watch: The Speed of Thought 2011 123movies, Full Movie Online – Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl) possesses a special gift that enables him to read people’s minds, and the government has trained him to use his ability for missions involving national defense, all the while telling him that it will ultimately destroy him — but will it? When Joshua falls in love with Anna (Mía Maestro), another telepathic “scoper,” he and his friend, Kira (Taryn Manning), must find a cure for their gift and expose the lies..
Plot: Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl) is a telepath who has been raised in a NSA foster home. Lazarus helps the government by using his abilities. He is told by the agency that the telepathy is a side effect of Widmann’s Disease, and that he will become insane in time and eventually die from the illness. However, Lazarus meets a woman with similar powers (Mía Maestro) who does not have any sign of the disease, launching Lazarus to confront the lies he has been told
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The book was better!
As another reviewer has said, this is very obviously based on a book called The Sensitives by Herbert Burkholz, despite not a word saying so anywhere in the credits.

It’s a mediocre adaptation with rather wooden acting, enjoyable enough but not at all as complex or interesting as the book.

The book I enjoyed very much, bought it in 1988 when it was released. I’ve always wanted to see it made into a film – but one worthy of it.

Review By: alison1963
I know exactly what you’re thinking…literally
In the wake of the ultra budget blockbuster super-hero flicks, “The Speed of Thought” enters as a small link on the chain in the people-with-special-abilities genre. There are going to be less camera setups, bombastic-less music, no flashy costumes but instead more story and dialogue to concentrate on.

A telepath named Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl), who works covertly for the NSA branch of the government, has a degenerative disease as a result of his ability. He’s told no one survives past 28 yet the pills he’s given will stale the inevitable. He’s got nothing to lose if there’s no future ahead of him, so he hangs loose with drinking, gambling, call girls and awaits madness to take hold, as the voices that were once controllable start to pile up. A light at the end of the tunnel appears and he gains some hope on one of his last missions in Uruguay when he meets an attractive woman named Anna (Mia Maestro) who also has the mind-reading ability known as “scoping.”

Joshua has a mentor named Sandy (Wallace Shawn) who runs “The Home” in which special people of his kind are kept for training and treatment. Sandy eases the pressure of withering away with sympathetic talks as he’s dealt with many in the same situation. His slightly older friend Kira (Taryn Manning) starts to show symptoms before himself, yet at the same time she oddly starts to gain some new abilities. With Anna, Joshua finds a true connection when they mind meld memories together. Instead of showing shots of the characters’ faces in person and a voice over top, this switches to an isolated area that has them dreamily talking to each other face-to face in what looks like they’re physically standing there.

This is as much of a slow moving drama as it’s a love-at-first-telepathic-reading type of movie in the vicinity of “Hereafter” though without being exactly the same. Joshua and Anna form a forbidden connection as she’s a natural who could never share her secret and he swore secrecy to the people he works for who keep a very close eye on him. They become personal in their heads but yearn for that physical touch. Together they make an attempt to get away from it all to be together no matter where that is but are sucked back into it when the company gets hot on their tail and some revelations are unveiled about who’s really who and what it all means.

“The Speed of Thought” is a simple movie to escape with as you get the special abilities side that comes with its own set of rules and there is also some romance to make it more personable. If they shaved off some time it would have made a decent enough hour long TV pilot to get engaged in. But as is, the dialogue frequently overemphasizes to nail the point home and it causes the flow to get stuck in a lower gear and become somewhat tedious. Blair Brown, who plays the boss, feels tight casted from Fringe. There’s some chemistry among the characters though it doesn’t always leave much to read between the lines for what they’re feeling or how it works. Usually filmmakers find a balance in the middle of stating the obvious and being too vague yet this continually steps over the line towards the former. Confusion–nope. Subtlety–what’s that? Nearly every thought and movement is laid out in plain view, which sucks out the passion and challenge after awhile when it started out on a higher note. For a film about the mind, the dialogue doesn’t always leave much to the imagination and drags down some of the rest of the film with oversimplification. (Also submitted on Cinema Freaks, http://docuniverse.blogspot.com)

Review By: TheHrunting

Other Information:

Original Title The Speed of Thought
Release Date 2011-04-29
Release Year 2011

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 33 min (93 min) (USA)
Budget 2000000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Evan Oppenheimer
Writer Evan Oppenheimer
Actors Nick Stahl, Mía Maestro, Taryn Manning
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
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The Speed of Thought 2011 123movies
The Speed of Thought 2011 123movies
The Speed of Thought 2011 123movies
Original title The Speed of Thought
TMDb Rating 4.8 35 votes

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