Exile is a 2008 SF movie I'm watching on Amazon Prime. I try to watch something out of the free slurry so I feel I'm getting more for my membership than free 2 day shipping. Since I have some of the better free stuff available on AP I have to watch material of lesser interest. While watching those films there's usually a struggle to keep my finger off the fast forward button. AP lets you click an icon on the screen and that jumps the movie ahead 10 seconds. Mighty handy that. A lot of these low-budget SF movies have a tendency to be rather boring, yappin' is cheap to shoot. Exile is a movie set in a place with two warring planets. Between them there's a planet that is not inhabited. An attempted hi-jack of a freighter puts the pilot down on the planet. He meets up with a female android who helps him survive after he's blinded. Eventually he's rescued. Sadly the android has separation issues and she starts picking off the rescuers one by one. It's written and directed by Mike Conway. Mike's a bit better director than a writer and he's poor at the directing. Some of his dialog makes me cringe. The CGI is low rez PC type stuff, it does it's job but sometimes it's pretty poor looking. Luckily, it's a short movie. I wouldn't recommend it, that's for sure.
Clonehunter is a 2012 SF movie that is even worse than the previous movie. Luckily, it's even shorter than Exile. It's a more ambitious movie but that's not to it's favor. It really wants to be Blade Runner but there just aren't the production values, or talent, to back up that desire. This is director Andrew Bellware's 11th movie. You'd think he'd do a better job after 15 years directing. I haven't seen any of his other films and probably won't search them out. A couple of clone bounty hunters go looking for a clone and have an adventure. They land on a planet and have some issues with the local creeps. It's a pretty poor movie with a rather high 2.5 on the IMDb. I wouldn't recommend it.