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<b>'Gattaca' (1997</b>): Now part of the premium cable background as cheap filler between prestige <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="0100000004593864" title="Documentary (genre)" href="/topic/arts-culture/genres/documentary-%28genre%29-0100000004593864.topic">documentaries</a> and high-concept series, this patiently drawn film starring <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003842" title="Uma Thurman" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/uma-thurman-PECLB003842.topic">Uma Thurman</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002274" title="Ethan Hawke" href="/topic/entertainment/ethan-hawke-PECLB002274.topic">Ethan Hawke</a> holds up despite its age. Elegantly imagining a future of electric vintage automobiles and genetic modification taken to an icy extreme, this is thoughtfully noirish sci-fi reliant on nuance and real social issues to tell a story, no murderous robots or showy effects required.
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( Darren Michaels )

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'Gattaca' (1997): Now part of the premium cable background as cheap filler between prestige documentaries and high-concept series, this patiently drawn film starring Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke holds up despite its age. Elegantly imagining a future of electric vintage automobiles and genetic modification taken to an icy extreme, this is thoughtfully noirish sci-fi reliant on nuance and real social issues to tell a story, no murderous robots or showy effects required.

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