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Plot: Orbiting above a planet on the brink of war, scientists test a device to solve an energy crisis and end up face-to-face with a dark alternate reality.
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Putting Roy on a space station might sound like a bad idea, but making this movie was even worse. The Cloverfield Paradox is a rushed copy/paste job with not enough time to glue the events together. A bit of Alien here, a splash of The Philadelphia Experiment there and a handful of other classic sci-fi flicks sprinkled on top. Oh, that bit in Evil Dead was funny, lets have some of that too! Wrap it up with a title that attracts the horror people too and it is time to cash in the mockbuster it is.
Netflix. Don’t go down this road. Let it end here.
Like Prometheus in 2012, this was a serious disappointment. The characters’ decisions are bizarre, motivations are unexplained. The science is bogus. The horror elements are not horrifying. The whole thing lacks style, originality, humour or any kind of spark.
The movie fails to establish any meaningful personality for the crew members, so the only question becomes which one will die next. OK, there’s one potentially interesting idea: have each character speak in their own national language (except the Brazilian guy: not sure why he doesn’t get to?!) but the movie fails to take it anywhere.
Similar but much better films include: Europa Report, Event Horizon, Solaris (original and remake), Cargo, 2010.
Well that was disappointing…
There’s a reason they released this movie right when the whole country would be positively drunk.
Remember that lame scene in Interstellar where the movie stops to explain wormholes with a piece of paper? Now imagine a whole movie of that.
This disappointing sidequel, though its talented cast tries their best, is jam-packed with clunky expository dialogue and unanswered questions. It’s actually amazing that even with spending this much time explaining what’s going on that it still makes such little sense.
Sadly, this is a movie whose marketing strategy is more surprising and inventive and than the actual film.
Enjoyed it more, than I should have?
Colleague mentioned this movie to me and was not impressed. I expected nothing and was positively surprised to like this movie more than most people apparently do.
What annoys me, is that a lot of people give this movie shit for missing logical explanations and not explaining everything that is going on by scientifically correct and accepted theories, but those same people give every super-hero movie a 9/10, that have the same problems.
This a JJ Abrams movie and JJ doesn’t give a shit about logic and accuracy. He presents a premise, that could work and then puts all his weird, unexplained stuff on top of it to make it more mythical. Clearly this strategy worked a lot of times, so why stop now?
Most of what Hollywood produced over the last ten years is borderline cliched, illogical, pretentious and downright stupid, but they raked in Billions this way, so at least some of you pay for this crap (and seem to like it very much!).
I liked the intro and first climax, where the hell is earth? And of course the crew is panicking. They are tense and frightened, locked in this space station for over two years. A lot of people (back on earth) believe, that what they are doing could end all existence, so maybe, just maybe you snap, when something seems to confirm your worst fears.
They couldn’t navigate and determine their position because of the missing gyro-thingy, another chance to fuel the panic well taken.
Maybe Im more used to the whole dimensions-colliding-and-weird-stuff-happening, but to me the premise was quite clear. Reminded me of the great Event Horizon.
After the space station collided with another dimension (not universe!), all hell breaks loose and very strange things start to happen. Here it starts to feel a little bit like Donnie Darko. You are not supposed to mess with other dimensions and the crew is experiencing this first hand “This dimension is eating us alive!”.
Very typical JJ here! Take an accepted scientific theory (multiverse, dimension travel, etc.) and garnish it with some religious, mythical evil (your not supposed to do that, the other dimension “defends” itself). Either you go back to your own dimension where you belong, or you will be destroyed.
People have no problem with Cthulhu appearing out of nowhere in the first movie, but an arm eating wall it stupid? Does anyone here know, what happens if two dimensions collide?
And to top it all of you have people arguing about the science in this movie (just why even start?) and cite wrong facts by themselves (the water freezing scene was great and would work exactly like that. who locked her in and started the water flow? we will never know and we don’t have to).
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min)
Genre Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Julius Onah
Writer Oren Uziel (screenplay by), Oren Uziel (story by), Doug Jung (story by)
Actors Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo, Daniel Brühl, John Ortiz
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Paramount Pictures, Bad Robot
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Primo, Retro C-, E-, G- and T-Series Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Dolby Vision, HDR10, Panavision (anamorphic) (source format), Super 35 (some scenes)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema