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A man attempts to thwart a giant corporation that seems to have unlimited power.
incorporateds1dvdStudio: Paramount
Year: 2017
Release Date: June 20, 2017
Run time: 525 minutes
Rating: R

Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 mix
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Disc Spec: 3 DVD
Region: A

The production values on this show are top-notch. Good CGI, classy sets, and appropriately grungy slums. The plotting and acting, however, are strictly B-list. Sean Teale and Allison Miller seem to be giving their roles their best effort, but either it’s not good enough, the writing’s too stilted, or both. Haysbert’s best moment is a feral glare at a surveillance camera, meant for Julia Ormond’s eyes, but otherwise, he’s wooden. It’s fun to see Douglas Nyback get physically debased in exchange for some Red-Zone tech, but his young face (or heavy makeup) doesn’t allow him to display the humiliation and seething anger such an experience demands. Ormond is the only one able to bring some subtlety to her role.

Movie Content: 9/10

Special Features

  • Extended Scene
  • Crisis Defines Characters
  • Good and Bad Future
  • Have vs. Have Nots
  • Secrets and Lies
  • Gag Reel

Special Features: 7/10

Final Thoughts

The story of “Incorporated” is interesting, or at least the setting of the story is because it feels like one very possible future the world is going to. This is quite an interesting television show that really tries to do something different that I highly recommend.
Overall Rating: 8/10