Code 46 It turns the freeways, skyscrapers, and office spaces of modern Shanghai into an ominously plausible nexus of the future. Tim Robbins and Samantha Morton make… Code 46 It turns the freeways, skyscrapers, and office spaces of modern Shanghai into an ominously plausible nexus of the future. Tim Robbins and Samantha Morton make… 2004-08-06 R PT90M Romance Sci-fi and Fantasy Samantha Morton Tim Robbins Jeanne Balibar Togo Igawa Om Puri United Artists (MGM)
Movie Review

Code 46 (2004)

MPAA Rating: R
EW's GRADE
B+

Details Limited Release: Aug 06, 2004; Rated: R; Length: 90 Minutes; Genres: Romance, Sci-fi and Fantasy; With: Samantha Morton and Tim Robbins; Distributor: United Artists (MGM)

It turns the freeways, skyscrapers, and office spaces of modern Shanghai into an ominously plausible nexus of the future. Tim Robbins and Samantha Morton make a sexy and moving pair of desperadoes in a movie whose noirish fatalism renders it a cousin to ''Blade Runner.''

Originally posted Aug 20, 2004 Published in issue #779-780 Aug 20, 2004 Order article reprints