#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sharon Da Silva wakes up every night screaming about “silent hill”. Pursued by a police officer suspicious of her motives and swerving to avoid another child her adoptive mother crashes the car knocking herself unconscious. When Rose Da Silva awakens to find her adopted child is missing, she searches the fog and ash blanketed town for her beloved daughter.
Plot: In search for answers, a mother travels to the enigmatic town of Silent Hill when her daughter begins to suffer recurring nightmares related to the place. It doesn’t take long for her to discover its home to beings as equally haunting as the town itself.
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Good and eerie adaptation about famous video game and well realized by Christophe Gans
This creepy and fantastic film gets a riveting script by Roger Avary. It’s a spectacular piece and quite scary, so many levels, so many complexities and so many wonderful themes that are permeating throughout. It’s like ¨Alice in Wonderland¨ meet ¨Dante’s Inferno¨. It’s based on known game and completely unique, absolutely frightening and, basically, one of the few games that actually could become a movie. Samuel Hadida , producer of the last three movie of Christophe Gans tells the game was conceptualized on the difficult way, because we had to go convince the Japanese people from Konami Corporation, they produced the game, to give us the right to make the film . The game has such a cult following, the fan base is very protecting. Christophe Gans is careful to maintain the suspense and all the areas , like the means of illumination in the darkness by a splendid cinematography by Dan Laustein and certain key of characters and antagonists, furthermore an appropriate music score by Jeff Danna. Gans has a very surrealist sort of vision of the game and the film itself sort of explores the boundaries of reality. The Silent Hill movie is a great experience, is something disturbing , it’s not only about fear, it’s also about emotion.
The cast is really exciting. There’s a series of fresh faces, actors that you may be familiar with but you haven’t seen then a thousand times before, they’re going to bring life to the characters. The producers very deliberately went toward actors from independent film because they bring with them something different, a different quality. Actress like Radha Mitchell, Debora Kara Unger, Tanya Allen, Laurie Holden and Alice Krige, it’s much more exciting to see somebody who doesn’t used to do this kind of movie, but the audience of this type of film love that. For the role of Rose, Radha Mitchell, needed somebody with that blend of vulnerability but strength and determination as well. We have to feel her fear but also appreciate when she stands up to all these terrifying moments.In fact, the producers spent lots of time finding the perfect Rose. In terms of the sensibility that Christophe Gang was having in this character, Rose is sophisticated and very vulnerable and Radha Mitchell has both quality, she has a freshness and energy and excitement and life, there’s this original look to her, all of which are precisely what the producers needed for the central character to lead us through this horrific environment. The director is focused on female character with just females leading the story in a way, with exception of two male characters: Sean Bean and Kim Coates. Christophe Gans is almost exorcised the idea of femininity by polarising it with the male characters, and all the women are in this kind of fantasy nightmare.
Fans will be pleased but wanting more.
Silent Hill is far from a perfect movie. But, Silent Hill is also one of the best video game to movie adaptations out there. That’s really not saying much. If you were to watch this movie without playing the games, you might as well bring your pillow. Fortunately for me, I’ve played all 4 games in the series multiple times, and it was for people like me that the movie was made in the first place. The plot of the movie steals familiar elements from the games. But, it doesn’t tie into the games. They combined the plots of the first two games, changed the focus around, and ultimately steered away from the MUCH darker and much more confusing plot of the games. The fans will either be smiling with glee or reliving their darkest nightmares as the movie tosses fans a lot of bones. There are EXACT shots recreated on the silver screen that were used in the games. Multiple times I THOUGHT I knew the direction in which the movie was going, because it was so familiar, and then they’d go in a completely different direction. It was actually irritating at first, but once I got over that, I just enjoyed it for what it was. Do NOT expect to watch “Resident Evil” with this movie. While they may share similar genres, that’s where the comparisons end. MUCH like the game, the movie is slow, and it’s scares rely on a creepy, skin-crawling feeling rather than “jump” scares. But, the acting is actually what impressed me. Some may see it as annoying, but those that played the game, will actually feel like they pulled dialogue directly out of it. And, Radha Mitchell does a good job acting like a frantic mother searching for her child. I will admit though, at times I wanted to pull my hair out in frustration because her character actually hardly does anything. She just runs around, chasing after a little girl that she thinks is her daughter. Did no one learn anything from Event Horizon? If they run AWAY from you, they are playing a game with you. Apart from minor annoyances with her character, the other characters were bland and flat, but hey, you can’t have an “R” rated horror movie without a high corpse count. Although they did take the “survival horror” to the extreme with the survival part. It would’ve been nice to see some of the violence directed at the creatures. C’mon, you beat them senseless with lead pipes in the game, but that was lacking. Sean Bean could’ve helped make the movie all that more stellar, but he’s kind of a side-plot. Without giving too much away, there’s some closure to the movie, but it would be naive to say they wouldn’t make a sequel starring Sean Bean, unless, of course, he was only a “draw” to bring more to the movie. The cinematography and camera angles steal from the game, but they are effective and well done. The sound was superb, with many sound bytes from the games, and a lot of eerie effects for the creatures. The gore was a little over the top, and like mentioned earlier, needed to be directed more at the creatures. All in all, the movie felt like a throwback to the games, putting in as many elements that made “sense” with the movies plot, to make the fans happy. Those unfamiliar with the series, MAY appreciate it for what it is. Basically this- it’s a creepy and gory distraction, that’s pretty boring as is, but given that it’s based off of a video game that’s just a creepy and gory distraction, that’s pretty boring as well, they’re a perfect match. Just remember that it’s probably the best video game-to-movie adaptation out there (need I bring up Uwe Boll?), but leaves it’s fans wanting more. Thankfully, the movie industry milks licenses for all they’re worth, and we’ll probably see a sequel sometime in the future.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 5 min (125 min), 2 hr 12 min (132 min) (Special Edition Blu-ray) (Canada only)
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
Director Christophe Gans
Writer Roger Avary
Actors Radha Mitchell, Sean Bean, Laurie Holden, Deborah Kara Unger
Country Canada, France
Awards 8 nominations.
Production Company TriStar Pictures, Davis Films
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium, Panavision Primo Lenses, Sony CineAlta HDC-F950, Zeiss DigiPrime Lenses, Sony CineAlta HDW-F900, Zeiss DigiPrime Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Toronto, Canada, Deluxe EFilm Toronto (digital intermediate), Laboratoires Franay Tirages Cinematographiques (LTC), Paris, France (film processing) (digital intermediate) (as LTC, Paris)
Film Length 3,490 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision2 200T 5217, Vision2 500T 5218), Video (HDTV)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (master format), HDTV (1080/24p) (source format) (video segments), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)