The issue with characters who know nothing about themselves is that we don’t know anything about them either, which makes it hard to care who survives this amusement. Inevitably the characters discover that the entire world is peering in on their survival rivalry and wagering on it. Sound well known?
There are two exceptionally unmistakable appearances in this stupid motion picture: Alec Baldwin, whose character is coordinating the amusement, and Danny Glover, “the chancellor,” who regulates the orchestrator. Both telephone in their inadequate parts, and who can censure them? With this uninvolving, incongruously recounted story, why would it be a good idea for them to think about bringing their “A” diversion?
“Andron” is evaluated R (Under 17 requires going with guardian or grown-up gatekeeper) for dialect and brutality.