Director Ang Lee’s American science fiction thriller features Will Smith, Clive Owen, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Benedict Wong. Smith plays a middle-aged assassin who is considering a career change when he is unexpectedly confronted with a younger clone of himself. The latter has a preternatural and potentially deadly ability to anticipate his thoughts and actions.~Augustine Chay
Will SmithHenry Brogan
Mary Elizabeth WinsteadDanny
Douglas HodgeJack Willis
Ralph BrownDel Patterson
Linda EmondJanet Lassiter
Ilia VolokYuri Kovacs
Fernanda DorogiYoung Mother
Kenny SheardScuba Killer #1
Darren LemkeScreen Story
David BenioffScreen Story
Lorne BalfeComposer (Music Score)
Guy H. DyasProduction Designer
Bence ErdelyiArt Director
Diana TrujilloArt Director
Karl ProbertArt Director
Lissette SchettiniArt Director
Robert CowperArt Director
Tom RetaSupervising Art Director
Brian BellExecutive Producer
Chad OmanExecutive Producer
Don MurphyExecutive Producer
Mike StensonExecutive Producer
C. Scott BakerSet Designer
Jane WuuSet Designer
Ron MasonSet Designer
Suttirat Anne LarlarbCostume Designer
J.J. AuthorsFirst Assistant Director
Allan ZaleskiSound Effects Editor
Brad MartinStunts Coordinator
Domonkos PardanyiStunts Coordinator
Jennifer LanePost Production Supervisor
Justin YuStunts Coordinator
Mark HawkerSpecial Effects Supervisor
Philip StocktonSupervising Sound Editor
Zsolt CsutakCasting Director
Action and Adventure,Sci-Fi
Action Thriller,Sci-Fi Action
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, Blu-ray/DVD
Gemini Man [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
Stunning detail in a overlooked & underrated movie
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
Purchased the HFR (60fps) UHD showing, and found it to be (excluding the poor CG effects in the epilogue) technically amazing, with stunning images that were clear, detailed, and colorful!
Director Ang Lee (Life of Pi) really pushes cinematic technical boundaries and integrates some good discussion-worthy topics (in this case, "nature vs nurture", and the moral ramifications of science).
I don't get the HFR haters. This was shot natively, and does not have the artificially induced Soap Opera Effect that is found so distracting.
The story was not as deep as some, but far better than others I have seen.
Aside from Ang Lee's push for shooting in HFR, which bothers some people. I have an issue with artificially boosted frame rates, because it isn't what the director intended, but this was shot natively at 120fps and I respect the artist's choice.
Few theaters showed it in its native 120fps 3D format. I caught a 3D showing projected at 60fps and noticed exceptional clarity and 3D free from eyestrain. One particular action screen, where bits were shot in super slow-motion was nothing short of amazing.
The only issue I had was the epilogue, with the young Will Smith looked 'off'. Other than that, it looked amazing.
Really good movie and best looking 4K disc to date
I don’t understand the flack this got from some. If you like John Wick, James Bond, or Jason Bourne you should like this. The picture quality is absolutely insane! It’s 60 FPS instead of the normal 24 FPS. My TV looked like a window and they were right on the other side. Not one shred of softness or blurry lines. It’s crystal clear and pristine. You literally feel like you are right there on set or holding the camera. This is a prime example of the difference between DVD and 4K.
I’ve always thought Will Smith was a great actor but lately some of his movies or roles haven’t really impressed me but I was definitely impressed by him in this movie. The director, Ang Lee also did a terrific job with the action sequences and the special effects (especially between older Smith and younger Smith). I almost didn’t see this because of the horrible reviews from critics and reviewers but I’m so glad I did. All of the actors were amazing in their roles and as far as the plot goes, it was pretty good in my opinion; it didn’t need to be complex or convoluted to keep the movie going, it was very well written not on just an action level but on an emotional level too. It’s about ond of the best government hit person in the world who wants to retire but gets burned by the government and goes on the run with a few allies only to face off against a clone of his younger self who is tasked with assassinating him. I won’t give away the story but the performance that Will Smith gives here, both young and old, is nothing short of amazing; Clive Owen is great in his role as usual. The action sequences in the film are incredible but the emotional depth of it is also extraordinary. If you like action movies that are fast paced but also offer up a little more when it comes to plot substance (which this does), I recommend you see this. Please don’t listen to all these cynical critics and reviewers and go in with an open mind and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it; i was pleasantly surprised and I had low expectations. Recommend
As always Will Smith delivers. Great action with great sound for your subwoofer. I watched twice first with Xbox one S and the picture look good and then watched with my Panasonic UB820 and the it looked different, not in a bad way just different. I believe the Panny brought out the visual difference 60 FPS make in a movie.