Project London is a low budget SF movie about a guy who joins up with a rebel underground to fight the controlling and some what fascist powers that be and stop an experiment that turns people into monsters. It's set a bit into the future and there are plenty of robot battle suits that look like they jumped out of a manga or anime. There's plenty of noisy robot battle action and the CGI, most of which was designed on small platforms by volunteers, looks pretty good for the most part. The acting is poor to average and the story not much better. I saw it on YouTube this morning and I'm glad I didn't waste a Netflix pick on it.
Noah is another film that I watched on YouTube. It had what I believe were Vietnamese subtitles. It's a 2014 film co-written, with Ari Handel, and directed by Darren Aronofsky. He's not a film maker I watch normally. I did see Pi when it came to DVD but I haven't wanted to see it again and I haven't wanted to see any of his other films. After seeing his re-imagining of the Noah story I'm not much interested in seeing that again either.
Mock Up On Mu is my hat trick of un-interesting films I watched today. It's a fake documentary with all sort of clips that are more meaningful to the film maker than me. It's about L Ron Hubbard and some bullshit that I couldn't get into so I abandoned it about 20 minutes into the film. I wouldn't recommend it.