#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – After a car accident, Michelle awakens to find herself in a mysterious bunker with two men named Howard and Emmett. Howard offers her a pair of crutches to help her remain mobile with her leg injury sustained from the car crash and tells her to “get good on those” before leaving the bunker. She has been given the information that there has been an alien attack and the outside world is poisoned. However, Howard and Emmett’s intentions soon become questionable and Michelle is faced with a question: Is it better in here or out there?
Plot: After getting in a car accident, a woman is held in a shelter with two men, who claim the outside world is affected by a widespread chemical attack.
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> Adds a new perspective to the original film yet it retained the mystery.
Initially it was called ‘The Cellar’, but later it became spin-off to ‘Cloverfield’. It was a regular type screen narration, unlike the first film as a found footage style. But if you the original film fan, especially monster film fan, you might end in a disappointment. Because it was a psychological-thriller-mystery than the sci-fi-action-adventure.
Only the final act determines where and how it actually connects to the Cloverfield universe, yet not very evident other than the clue the title had given and the filmmakers insisted that is indeed from the same franchise. Because I felt, it was very close to other alien invasion films like ‘Skyline’ and ‘Battle LA’ or even the latest ‘The 5th Wave’ than the ‘Cloverfield’.
I surely enjoyed this film, like an another crazy bunker hideout theme and something which is quite similar to the recent ‘Room’. Since they have revealed its association with the ‘Cloverfield’, I expected different kind which was actually insanely misled everybody. If there won’t be a sequel, then the link between the two films are unnecessary, so I’m waiting for that. But still a very good film without those mix-ups. And I recommend you all to consider it as a one-off film in order to have a great watching experience.
Another limited cast film with barely a four characters in it and shot in a single location that cost just $15m, but earned in multiple folds. All the credit goes to the marketing tactics to tie it up with the 2008 blockbuster. It would have also done great independently, in the end everybody, including fans and filmmakers are happy for what it is now.
The suspense was so good, but it was carried out for too long. The third act picked up its pace like hell which was obviously anticipated since ‘Cloverfield’ hooked to it. When everybody was thinking of monsters, it is going to delivers differently and that’s how the film fairs.
People are strange creatures. You can’t always convince them that safety is in their best interest.
10 Cloverfield Lane is directed by Dan Trachtenberg and collectively written by Josh Campbell, Matthew Stuecken and Damien Chazelle. It stars John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr. Music is by Bear McCreary and cinematography by Jeff Cutter.
Michelle (Winstead) awakes from a car crash to find she is in a locked underground shelter…
From the off it has to be said that to know nothing about this film prior to viewing it will be an absolute bonus. For the rewards are plenty. Trachtenberg and his team have crafted a film that is tense from the get go, a piece that consistently has you wondering just what the hell is going on, not only are we puzzled by the three character dynamic in the shelter, particularly as regards Howard (Goodman), the proprietor of this particular shelter, but also just what has happened in the outside world? If anything? This only helps further the claustrophobic feel that’s already brought about by the location setting of the tale.
A key strength of it, is that it, via Michelle’s mindset, coerces us viewers into feeling her unease, and yet conversely we rejoice at her resourcefulness. On the same side of the coin comes her relationship with the third party in the shelter, Emmett (Gallagher Jr), it grows honestly and offers hope in what looks to be a bleak situation. But of course as tale unfolds, things start to come together, edgily so, with little spurts of action, shocks and genuine dread, all building up to the big finale, the reveals. Which will either have you spitting feathers or cursing the makers for the routes taken…
Superbly acted by the three principals (it’s great that some film makers still realise Goodman is a major talent), and technically impressive for sound and vision, this coiled spring thriller is a winner. 8.5/10
Mind-Screwing In A Good Way
10 Cloverfield Lane, in short, is about a creepy dude, Howard (John Goodman), who claims there’s been a chemical attack and that’s the reasoning behind keeping a young woman, Michelle (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), locked in a shelter under his equally-creepy farmhouse.
Michelle doesn’t believe it, she thinks he’s kidnapped her. She was in a car crash, and Creepy Dude saved her. Ok, sure, but let’s go to the hospital, demands Michelle. Nope, the air is poisoned, creepy Howard confidently tells Michelle, who by now is really sketched out. Emmett (John Gallagher Jr.) is also locked in the shelter, but he says it’s by his choice. He knew about the shelter because he saw Creepy Dud building it a long time ago, so when the attack happened, Emmett rushed over to the farmhouse and essentially forced his way in. Sounds believable, right? Even Creepy Dude is locked in the shelter with them. Is Emmett in on this thing, too?
The story is pretty good and keeps you in the dark. Is creepy Howard telling the truth, or is he brainwashing these two victims? There’s evidence of both. Creepy Dude keeps reminding Michelle that he saved her life and she should be a little more grateful. Can’t she understand that? Creepy Dude is prone to violent outbursts, but don’t worry he won’t hurt you, it’s just the stress. After all, no one really knows how long they’ll all be underground. One year, two? That’ll stress anyone out, for sure. Everything is pretty convincing; everyone’s story makes sense. You’ll be like, WTF?
I like horror movies that focus less on gore and more on storytelling to scare. This is one of those movies. It’s trippy and mind-screwing in a good way. 10 Cloverfield Lane is well done.
Annoyed by people who expect alien holocaust in this movie
First of all, the film was more than good, in my opinion and, for the people who like to see a good or more than good movie, I recommend buying a ticket or the DVD release or just rent it. As a medium spoiler, I’d say that, plot wise, it reminded me of “Law abiding citizen”, with the first three quarters of the movie full of suspense and plot twists, and the last act, a little rushed and over the top. And that justifies the two penalty points I gave to this movie, one of them just for the exaggerated use of a bottle of good brandy.
As for “10 Cloverfield Lane”, I can say it offered just the things you would expect… from a movie you really don’t know what to expect. A thin trailer, with little to no information about the plot was, in my opinion, was a clever move and made me watch it. And, to be honest, except for the final act, I was more than satisfied with the emotion, the tension, the acting (great for two of the main characters, kinda OK for the other one), the way the director played with my mind and feelings about the characters and the way it builds them. You expect them to be capable of doing the things they do in the movie. For once, a complete looser at the beginning of the movie doesn’t become, inexplicably and over night, some kind of Macgyver/guerrilla fighter at the end. It’s a movie you can’t forget really easy.
Now, for the part that I’m quite annoyed with: the alien mayhem expectations that make this movie “baaad”…
I’ve seen a lot of reviews and opinions about how bad this movie is, about how much of a mixed up plot nonsense is and about the fact that most of them where “waiting for something to happen”. Well, as I mentioned before, a lot of things happen, just not the ones you would expect. And, as I’ve seen, the upset and disappointed moviegoers were, mostly, the ones that expected to see a sequel for Cloverfield. Well (spoiler alert) IT’S NOT! It’s a movie that tells a story happening during the events of Cloverfield and that is the only connection to the original. It can be taken as a standalone film, for that matter. And, as I said, a quite good one.
In conclusion: if you expect monster aliens fighting military helis, explosions, guns and all that Michael Bay stuff, then skip this one. On the other hand, if you expect a good thriller (with some added Sci- Fi at the end), good acting and disturbing plot twists, then it’s the kind of movie for you.
P.S.: I’m not saying anything about the plot, because, just as one reviewer said, “the more you know about the movie, the less interesting it will be”.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 43 min (103 min)
Genre Action, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Dan Trachtenberg
Writer Josh Campbell (screenplay by), Matthew Stuecken (screenplay by), Damien Chazelle (screenplay by), Josh Campbell (story by), Matthew Stuecken (story by)
Actors John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Gallagher Jr., Douglas M. Griffin
Awards 15 wins & 48 nominations.
Production Company Bad Robot, Spectrum Effects, Paramount Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, Datasat, Dolby Surround 7.1, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic Dragon, Panavision E- and G-Series Lenses
Laboratory Company 3 (digital intermediate), DeLuxe
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW (6K)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision, Panavision (anamorphic) (source format), Redcode RAW (6K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema