The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[A] strange, vivid movie.
It has the usual huggermugger about tremors and grids and the sun acting peculiarly, plenty of computer screens and significant beeps...
Lawrence is compelling, and as a balding, middle-aged man is a refreshing lead for a movie that, if made in Hollywood now, would star Will Smith, Tom Cruise, or whoever the hot, young, brooding leading man of the hour happens to be.
Murphy ensures that the film is laced with a very singular brand of Kiwi humour.
One could never repeat an effort like The Quiet Earth; it stands alone in a universe that seems to be itself completely an original.
The awe-inspiring final image in the film (of another daybreak, echoing the film's opening) is similarly slippery, catching Zac on a liminal, limbic shoreline between multiverse cosmology and hard eschatology.
It's refreshingly free of the Hollywood gloss which has bedevilled recent entries into the genre; it's gritty, almost matter-of-fact and rooted four-square in a believable and uncomfortable world brilliantly realised.
For those of you who can handle the cerebral drama that marks some of the best sci-fi, The Quiet Earth is for you.
For such a low-budget film, it is beautifully photographed and contains some inspired, yet deceptively simple visual effects.
a cult classic of the good variety
It unfolds like a particularly cool episode of The Twilight Zone and it keeps the apocalypse interesting up to and including the deliciously ambiguous finale.
Destaca-se de outros projetos similares por concentrar-se principalmente nos efeitos psicológicos do isolamento sobre o protagonista.
A remake of 1959's The World The Flesh And The Devil, but set in New Zealand. The opening is good (one man facing the possibility of being the last man on earth), but the essential dramatic qualifying dilemma (2 guys at the end of the world ... and only one woman - it's movie gold!) is inexplicably downplayed which very nearly guts the thing.
Still, some interesting moments, though it's better to see the original.
Surprisingly engaging and philosophical. One of science fiction's hidden gems.
This is one of those post-apocalypse movies. It's kind of slow, but atmospheric and weird, in a good way. I really enjoyed it.
Fun movie. I like how each character thought different stuff about what happened to them, and how the one guy becomes president of the world. I also love black men in the 70's, and how they go jogging in leather pants.
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