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Running Time 107 min
MPAA rating R
Release Date Jun 4, 2010
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Geneticists Clive (Adrien Brody) and Elsa (Sarah Polley) specialize in creating hybrids of species. When they propose the use of human DNA, their pharmaceutical company bosses forbid it, forcing them to conduct experiments in secret. The result is Dren, a creature with amazing intelligence and physical attributes. At first, Dren exceeds their wildest dreams, but as she begins to grow at an accelerated rate, she threatens to become their worst nightmare.

Adrien Brody Clive
Sarah Polley Elsa
Delphine Chaneac Dren
Aharon Ipalé Joan Chorot
David Hewlett Barlow
Abigail Chu Child Dren

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Jun 19, 2010 - Kendall on Splice
Splice Review

This movie was accually something that kept me into it. Yes, it didn't seem as though it was a horror movie. Personaly nothing made me jump in the movie and start to shiver. There were some funny parts in there that I have to admit I laughed at. They should have tagged it as a si-fi film. Over all it was a good movie in my opinoin because I didn't get bored at any moment during the film. I liked it. :)

Jun 07, 2010 - AnDroo.Napoli on Splice
Too many lines crossed...

There were things that worked in this movie and tons of things that just did not. Hurriedly dragged through a muddy minefield for too long. Such an interesting contradiction, it's both rushed, and it dragged on...

Anyways first off, this movie would have been a billion times more effective if it wasn't a horror film; if it remained just sci-fi. As it stands all the horror elements seemed a little forced, particularly the last ten to twenty minutes. The science fiction concepts were there, but there, but just fell flat on its face. There was three or more stories going on that all floated in thier respective dead ends.

The moral struggles were laid out like mines and the actors just walk from mine to mine predictably. There's no "reality" in this world what so ever. There's enough 'do do that' moments that you'd thing that these exceptionally brilliant scientists would know not to do the stupid things they do in this movie. The "accidents" that they bumble through are all painful to watch, and story wise are all forced intot the movie haphazardly. If described metaphorically, this is a hot dog with raspberry jelly and mayo. All have thier uses and all find themselves being consumed at lunch in relatively the same way, yet when used together it just ruins everything.

The only thing consistant was the sets, they all had the same flow and feeling, it really really set the mood perfectly making every scene stressful, isolated, and uneasy. The acting was actually pretty decent, they "did their job", it's just a shame the writtign wasnt' better.

I'd be interested in seeign the directors cut, to see if there's some massive overhaul this film might go through. But as it stands now... it's crap.

Jun 05, 2010 - Keen on Splice
Just Awful

Splice is THE worst movie I've ever seen. That's kind of harsh, but absolutely true. I found myself laughing out loud in the "supposedly" intense moments -- myself along with about 10 other people in a theater of 20 people. What a joke this movie is. Don't bother seeing it. Waste your money on anything else.