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When shards of a cell phone get lodged in a teenager's brain, he discovers he can control electronic devices and uses his newfound power for revenge.

Genre:   Action, Sci-Fi

Alternate Genre:   British Films, Crime Thrillers, Mysteries, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Sci-Fi Thrillers, Thrillers

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IMDb:   6/10

Metacritic:   50/100

Audio:   English

Year:   2017

Duration:   1h30m

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Available From (?):   2017-01-28

Suitable for Age (?):   NR

Family Friendly:   No



Actor(s):   Aymen Hamdouchi , Bill Milner , Charley Palmer Rothwell , Jordan Bolger , Maisie Williams , Miranda Richardson , Rory Kinnear

Director(s):   Adam Randall