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Aeon Flux (1995)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Paramount
Genre: Science Fiction , Television, Animation, Sci-Fi TV, Sci-Fi TV
Languages: English
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This unique series follows the deadly assassin Aeon Flux through bloody and often implicitly erotic adventures. The series had its birth in a collection of shorts aired on MTV's Liquid Television which relied heavily on style, contained no dialogue, and allowed most details about the actual nature of Aeon's missions to be guessed. This series, however, specifies that the spindly agent is from the country of Monica and endeavors to infiltrate the neighboring country of Brema, which is led by her former lover. The surreal universe of Aeon Flux is so swimming with themes of fetishism and extremes that many have described the show as a parody of its genre. This is exemplified strongly in Aeon frequently being brutally killed by the end of an episode. Critics have applauded how this feature adds a unique element to the process of watching the series, because the viewer cannot assume that the main character will always survive her exploits simply because she is the protagonist. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Ratings

Aeon Flux (Disc 1 of 3) (1995)
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7.09 (135 votes)
Aeon Flux (Disc 2 of 3) (1995)
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7.55 (29 votes)
Aeon Flux (Disc 3 of 3) (1995)
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7.63 (27 votes)

GreenCine Member Reviews

I don't need the plot spoon-fed to me - but there should *be* one. by emdoub March 8, 2010 - 5:49 PM PST
Very much a mood piece - the plot is, randomly, either absurd or totally nonsensical. The artwork shows much pulchritude without any aesthetic appeal. Horribly enough, the dialogue is the weak point. I enjoyed the movie, but am sincerely regretting wasting any of my time on this series. I could not see any point in seeing anything but the first episode - it may improve much later on. There's certainly room for it.

Hmmm by ricomate October 21, 2006 - 12:30 PM PDT
1 out of 3 members found this review helpful
I'm all for sci-fi, comic books, and ass-kickin' ladies, but what is up with the anorexic drawn characters. A little too dry for my taste.

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