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The world is suffering from food shortages everywhere. Claudia and her mentor John are two compassionate care providers who do big efforts to help sick farmland inhabitants. After the death of John, Claudia cooperates with a group of local people to uncover a deadly connection between the health of her clients and the technology they are using.
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New York Times
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June 28, 2018

The last act, though, is a total whiff - too rushed, too riddled with plot holes and too incongruously hopeful to take seriously.
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Film Inquiry
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June 26, 2018

Hover is an expertly crafted horror film focusing on a future almost too close to home.
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RogerEbert.com
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June 29, 2018

All of [its] nuances, as well as whatever satirical social commentary the movie wanted to make, are lost in the climax.
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Starburst
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June 15, 2018

Little effort is made to evoke the seriousness of humanity's predicament, the farm skills of the drones are left sketchy, and in the end, the menace posed by the story's villains does not make much logical sense.
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Hollywood Reporter
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June 29, 2018

Coleman's rush to condemn corporations' profit motive seems too simplistic and skimps on the details of social disintegration that the global agricultural crisis must necessarily provoke.
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