#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Europa, Jupiter’s moon is known to have potential to support life. Hence a manned mission is sent to Europa to search for data proving existence of life there. “Europa report” shows the difficult choices and sacrifices the crew has to make to fulfill their objective of sending valuable data to Earth for research.
Plot: A crew of international astronauts are sent on a private mission to Jupiter’s fourth moon.
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A decent space exploration movie. Worth a watch.
The story is quite run of the mill – nothing very original here. A group of astronauts are sent on a mission to explore one of Jupiter’s moons. The plot follows the mission and the issues that arise during the mission. Although the premise is one we’ve seen before, it is told well in a solid manner, without frills or exaggeration.
The actors do their job well. Their characters are, again, solid and credible. No-one suddenly goes crazy and starts killing or sabotaging the mission. They are just a group of astronauts doing their job, with good and bad decisions taken along the way. There is not much character development or back story, which means one tends to care less about what happens to them in moments of crisis.
The filming is interesting – the audience is watching through cameras set up as communication feeds for Earth. This allows for some interesting shots and editing, and gives the movie an intimate feel. One can actually sense the space and limitations of the craft. Some scenes are really quite beautiful to watch.
Overall this is a decent movie and worth a watch. The director and actors do very well with the relatively low budget and a simple story. It was a bit slow at times, but never too much. Fans of space exploration movies will like this. Watch it at least once.
**A thrilling and suspenseful space exploration film.**
Space exploration themes are the next big thing in cinema, as well as in the real world. So there some good films, I mean not science fiction, but real science based films were made in the recent times. This is one looked like one of those until the final scene. According to be, it looked so good, but when the end came, it ruined everything.
It was more like a docu-adventure-drama, but was a found-footage type film. I wanted to see it ever since I saw ‘The Last Days on Mars’, because people were comparing between these two. I think both these titles looks same, except different planet exploration. The 99 per cent of the film looked like a real mission, except the conclusion.
The writer, director and all the actors did good. The entire story takes place on a spaceship and a few scenes on the Jupiter’s moon Europa, obviously a setting. If you like space travel concepts, you will enjoy it. It was just like ‘The Martian’, but it did not have popular actors, otherwise would have made a little buzz. Most of you have already seen it, if not try it, it is worth if you are a sci-fi fan.
Finally found-footage put to good use.
I’ve never bothered to buy into any of the films from the found-footage craze. I can’t believe interesting characters or story could be formed around the style. It’s too limited, forced and by nature rough. Cloverfield was interesting due to its first person nature and big budget and Rec was an hour or so I won’t get back. It’s fascinating to finally find a film that puts the style into good use. Here it’s believable and the editing makes the film thrilling rather than cheap. Besides talking heads scenes where characters talk to the camera, Europa Report has a pretty good script that doesn’t really need the found-footage style to bring it out. It’s great to have a sci-fi film with real sets too. However, while character motivations are convincing, only few get the spotlight and shine with it, particularly Sharlto Copley who still has that sparkle in his eye of being delighted he’s in movies. The film still has its problems with a confusing first act and an unsatisfying ending, it’s a relative success compared to its ugly cousins.
Left field space travel flick with good science for a change
This is a phenomenal sci-fi movie with a realistic approach to what it would be like to send a manned spaceship into the outer solar system, most precisely Jupiter’s moon Europa, known for having an ice crust beneath which scientists suspect exists liquid water, maybe even an ocean. Six astronauts (four men and two women) make the team of the expedition; these knowledgeable fellows unlike those from some much bigger and dumber examples of the genre of recent memory. In their mission they will encounter many dangers being radiation one of the most deadly, and they will take sometimes calculated risks, some other times crazy ones because there is no other choice. Do not get fooled by the fact that the movie chooses the found footage format to tell the story of these brave souls: this is nothing like Apollo XVIII; this is more like “2001” and “Sunshine”, with an atmosphere of mounting dread and eerie cosmic landscapes reminiscent of “Alien”, alternating between the claustrophobic, the agoraphobic and the awe inspiring. The narration or I should say “assemblage” of short circuit video and spacesuits’ helmets feeds is tight, and the film is so well crafted technically, that you get the impression you’ve been watching real footage from NASA; there are also a handful of genuinely jaw dropping sequences, like the landing on the title moon (accentuated by an intense musical score), terrific weightless scenes and a terrifying “plumbing” accident towards the end of the movie. Overall, it is a great genre achievement that will leave you wishing you could get the chance to explore the arcane mysteries of space yourself, in spite of knowing so well that you might end up like the proverbial moth that is mesmerized by the light of the burning flame.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (USA), 1 hr 37 min (97 min) (Extended Version)
Genre Action, Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Sebastián Cordero
Writer Philip Gelatt
Actors Daniel Wu, Sharlto Copley, Christian Camargo, Karolina Wydra
Awards 1 win & 2 nominations.
Production Company Wayfare Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1, 2.35 : 1
Laboratory Technicolor PostWorks, New York (NY), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A