Damian (Ben Kingsley) is a billionaire who is dying of cancer. He's given information about a company that may be able to help him-and when he meets the head honcho, he explains that they'll be able to transfer his mind into a new, lab-grown body. Of course, this costs 250 million and he'll get a new identity. At first, everything is great. Damian is young again (and portrayed by Ryan Reynolds of DEAD POOL). He has to take these pills everyday, which the doctor tells him helps his mind adjust to his new body. But what they really do is something entirely different. Eventually the memories come about more and more-and Damian goes to investigate one of them, which leads him to a familiar house and woman. It's then he realizes that this body isn't "new", it's been hijacked. At this point, the organization is after him and he has to decide what he wants to do with is real life.
I thought the first half of this movie was great, along the lines of Joss Whedon's DOLLHOUSE, though it transforms into a typical action movie the second half, which was predictably boring. However, it does have a good, if again predictable, ending. It's okay.