After Earth Reviews
M. Night Shyamalan directs a wooden spoon, darting around the jungle away from late-90's-cgi monsters for reasons unclear to myself and my baffled son.
Will Smith acts at a standard that I can only describe as offensive to my soul and Jaden Smith manages to out-perform his father in this respect; In that he is worse. But by far the shoddiest thing about this film is the utterly moronic direction. A complete shambles from beginning to end.
Starring:Will Smith and Jaiden Smith
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan
Danger is real,fear is a choice and this movie isn't something you shouldn't choose cause it's stupid.
This film is about trying to get Jaiden Smith as a big acting star in Hollywood,no literally that's why this was made so ultimately that's what it's about. It opens with Kataki I think that's his name all I remember is that it started with a K on training and asking his commander to become a ranger. But of course doesn't because well then that would be a little bit different to movies like this and would perhaps make it more timely or memorable. They leave their planet for some reason and crash land on earth which is no longer inhabited by humans and has become very deadly. Kataki must get to the transmission on the other side of the forest on earth or something like that to return home.
This movie has will smith which means it should have no excuse to be so boring I mean him and his son Jaiden are in a supposed action movie together and it's so boring halfway through I said has anything interesting or cool happened yet? But no nothing interesting or cool did happen throughout the entire movie. Even though it does have both Will and Jaiden Smith they both have the acting range of a crumpet in this movie. They both just felt so bland in their roles it's like they were sleepwalking. It never once tries to have fun.
This movie suffers from an uninteresting plot and story that was somehow made by Will Smith and a good cast that just seems to sleepwalk in their roles with no memorable characters or moments in the film,that just makes it very boring. The special effects aren't even special this time around there just stupid. I give After Earth a one and a half out of five.
Es una película que enluta pues prometía un concepto interesante, el cual se pierde en la sensiblería de una relación familiar que no es creíble.
Not as bad as I thought it was going to be, but still not good, After Earth is yet another misstep for director M Night Shyamalan, whose film boasts some awful dialogue and a number of plot points that are either just stupid or don't make any sense.