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Parker Barnes is an policeman who is in prison because of killing his wife and child. One day, He is released from prison and he is responsible for hunting a dangerous monster being out of control destroys the city.
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San Francisco Examiner
There's a tiredness to its action sequences and a dullness about its plotting that no amount of special-effects legerdemain can hide.
January 01, 2000
Rolling Stone
Though Virtuosity connects all the dots to give audiences a roller-coaster ride, the movie begets nothing new: It's stillborn.
May 12, 2001
Given Washington's presence and the promise of a virtual reality action story, Virtuosity has some appeal -- provided, of course, the viewers aren't selective.
January 01, 2000
Capital Times (Madison, WI)
The worst movie that could possibly be made starring Crowe and Washington
October 31, 2002
Austin Chronicle
Virtuosity is 95 minutes of unsubstantial firefights and meandering plot twists.
January 01, 2000
Deseret News, Salt Lake City
There are some interesting ideas at work here, with potential for commentary on news vs. entertainment and violence in America. But it remains unexplored.
January 01, 2000
Washington Post
The world of Virtuosity may be spanking new, but the ideas are yesterday's news.
January 01, 2000
San Francisco Chronicle
The presence of Washington lends the picture a much-needed dose of authenticity. But in the end Virtuosity is disconnected and uninvolving.
June 18, 2002
USA Today
Someone should tell Hollywood that the mass-killer genre is dead and that its virtual reality counterpart is already wheezing.
January 01, 2000