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The Wave 2015 123movies

The Wave 2015 123movies

It was only a matter of time.Aug. 28, 2015104 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Based on the fact that mountain pass Åkneset, located in the Geiranger fjord in Norway, one day will fall out and create a violent tsunami of over 80 meters that will crush everything in its path before it hits land in Greenland. A geologist gets caught in the middle of it and a race against time begins.
Plot: Although theorised, no one is really ready when a mountain pass above the scenic and narrow Geiranger fjord in Norway collapses and creates a tsunami over 300 feet high. A geologist is one of those caught in the middle of it.
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The Wave is an excellent Norwegian language disaster film. It centers on a geologist who is leaving town with his family for a better paying job. However, before he leaves, he suspects the mountain there may be in danger of imminent collapse. He has to convince his colleagues while there is still time for escape. When his worst fears come true, the town’s inhabitants have 10 minutes to escape. Chaos then occurs as everyone tries to escape and the geologist tries to save his family.

The movie cost over $6 million to make which is impressive considering the size of Norway. I would have expected a movie like this to cost much more. Everything seems very realistic. The actors and actresses did a tremendous job. There is a very well done scene inside a small shaft that had me trying to catch my own breath.

As of the date I’m publishing this, the movie is available on Netflix in the US. It’s definitely worth watching even if you have to pay for a rental or purchase (available for download from all major US providers). Don’t let the fact that it is a foreign language film stop you.

Review By: Norsk Rating: 7 Date: 2017-11-02
> They expected it, but never prepared for it.

This is the latest natural disaster flick from the Norway. About an inland tsunami that caused due to the landslide near the lake that based around the mountains. Kind of fresh in that perspective, because as far I remember I haven’t seen a movie evolve in this theme which is only a slightly differs from water reservoir burst and flood accidental concepts.

It’s definitely a good watch, something I learnt from the Norwegian side of strategy to tackle the natural disasters. But the film was about what happens when you know the dangers and for some reason fail to the take action at the time, like maybe the human error or the negligence.

It was sent to represent the nation in the ‘the best foreign film’ category at the 2016 Oscars, but failed to make the progress. I kind of enjoyed it, but not that impressive other than the quality performances and the visuals. I feel the story was too short, I meant not the runtime. Technically, there was no story other than the opening few minutes.

It would have been better if it had the hard hitting emotions with the catchy lines and depth in all the main characters. Because when the film ends, you probably begin to forget it already, which usually won’t happen for a Hollywood flick. That’s the major difference if you compare it with the American films.

> “That rock has stood for thousands of years
> and will stand securely for thousands more.”

Okay, I agree Hollywood makes the best disaster movies. But other film industries as well catching up the trend, utilising the modern CGI and trying to match with them. Korea did the same with their first disaster film ‘Tidal Wave’ back in 2009. Remember this is Norways first step as well and somewhat excelled, especially in the technical area.

For unknown actors and the language, these films are restricted or depended on the domestic market only and this film did great by setting up a record for that year in the revenue. But films like these are rarely recognised in the international arena, other than by the critics through film festivals. What I think is they need to improve by commercialising the overall product a bit if they want the international market like once again saying what the Korean film industry did.

It opens with a simple drama that centres around a family from a small town who’re facing the usual family issue. At the end of the first half, the disaster strikes, which was just around the 5 minutes. So you are going to miss those Hollywood propaganda like ships capsized or the falling skyscrapers. The usage of graphics were limited, but the later scenes were green screen shots. So I warn you to keep your expectations low.

The next half was the aftermath of the calamity where the people go look for their beloved ones. But it focused only the one family, and their involvement, which is more or less similar to ‘The Impossible’. The supporting characters are the weak point in the entire narrative. One of the few things I like about this film was this one looks more natural and realistic.

I won’t officially declare it a must see, it was not bad either. You might like it more than me. The movie is worth a watch other than often you encounter the influence of other flicks. You can’t complain for those, basically, they are like a blueprint for a theme like this. If you’re able to comply with pouring cliches, you could have a good time with it, in my opinion.


Review By: Reno Rating: 6 Date: 2016-01-14
Delivers, but just barely.
This movie came as a surprise to me. When it was first released it was praised by most of the Norwegian film critics as a very good film, some even went as far as calling it a masterpiece.

But this happens quite often with Norwegian films, our critics tend to give domestic films a higher score than usual. One critic in this case even admitted to have done so in her own review. She gave the movie 10/10 and called it a masterpiece “Seen with Norwegian eyes”, but not that impressive seen with international eyes.

Now i hate this kind of criticism, i think that the nationality of the product. if it be music, film, games, painting or any other form of art, the criticism should be based on the end product as it stands. Though i also can understand that some get more emotional when they see their own language spoken in a film like this.

And by that i mean this. Norway does not make that many movies that has millions of dollars of special effects in them, that is rare. And here they spent over half the film budget on making the wave, which has like 2 minutes of screen time in total. And yes it does look quite impressive, i have to say.

I know a few people that has worked on making this wave and i remember i told them, that this is the one thing they cannot fail. If the wave does not look impressive, they can just give up and go home. Now i don’t think my words had any impact on the production of the wave, just to clear that up :).

Anyways i did not know much about the story, only the obvious things. So i went into seeing this film with an open mind.

And here comes what is the best thing about this film. The buildup. Oh boy is this film impressively built up to the climax, oh yes it is. Actually there has been years since i have seen such a perfectly orchestrated start of a film. It spends just enough time with the lead actors and actresses to spark an interest in them, and then avoids it becoming boring and unnecessary, and also to finally show what this film is all about.

Then the climax itself is done very well. Actually i was very impressed indeed when the mountain burst and went into the water. Up till this point i almost could not believe what i saw, i was actually looking at something extraordinary. And that, felt really good. But, then comes the aftermath.

Now I’m not going to spoil anything here, but i will say this. The movie slowly gets weaker and weaker the closer to end we approach. The acting is above decent at all times, but the storytelling plummets in the last 30 minutes or so. They just have to add something to the film, and what they add is the most predictable of all things, family in danger.

And then on top of that they just borrow scenes from other movies, like the abyss, and portray them almost identical to the original scenes from those other movies. That is a shame. I wished they had spent some extra time coming up with something original. So the movie had something to deliver after the wave.

But sadly it does not. Had i stopped watching this film 25 minutes before the end, the movie would have felt like a 9/10. Impressive indeed. But the ending, as cliché as it is, does not par with the rest of the film, and thus brings the whole experience down.

To wrap it up i got to say, I’m going to watch the beginning of this film until the climax, many many times over the next few years, that is where they nailed it, and where they showed us it’s still hope for action films made in my country.

And Ane Dahl Torp is looking better and better the older she gets, which is even more impressive. And she does one of her best performances.

Kristoffer Joner also delivers a steady and really good performance.

Verdict: 7/10 – Quite good

First 50 minutes: 9/10 – Very good. (I just had to add that).

Review By: FabledGentleman Rating: 7 Date: 2015-12-09
Great start, but ultimately fails to deliver
I won’t give it a 1 star rating because it is actually pretty well executed,

The beginning and the middle of the movie are actually pretty good and reasonably believable.

The movie falls apart however when the tsunami actually starts. Basically people start behaving so cringe worthily stupid, that the movie loses most of the credibility it built up until then.

Pity, because it started out so well.

So , up until the wave it gets a 7.5 stars. The special effects also 7.5 stars. The plot after the wave: 1 star. Acting: 6 stars. Sound: 9 stars.

Review By: alexschievink-32097 Rating: 5 Date: 2016-06-09

Other Information:

Original Title Bølgen
Release Date 2015-08-28
Release Year 2015

Original Language no
Runtime 1 hr 45 min (105 min)
Budget 5904067
Revenue 12975143
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Drama, Thriller
Director Roar Uthaug
Writer John Kåre Raake, Harald Rosenløw-Eeg
Actors Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp, Jonas Hoff Oftebro, Edith Haagenrud-Sande
Country Norway, Sweden
Awards 7 wins & 9 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (some scenes), 1.85 : 1 (some scenes), 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic Dragon
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format DCP

The Wave 2015 123movies
The Wave 2015 123movies
Original title Bølgen
TMDb Rating 6.7 890 votes

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