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Genres:
Drama | Fantasy
Resolution:
1280*598
Size:
1.06G
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
122 min
IMDB Rating:
5.2 / 10 
MPR:
PG-13
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Directors: George Clooney [Director] ,


Movie Description:
This post-apocalyptic tale follows Augustine, a lonely scientist in the Arctic, as he races to stop Sully and her fellow astronauts from returning home to a mysterious global catastrophe.

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Reviews

It is what it is...

Too many childish complaints about the pace. It is a lovely film about the time spent at the end of the line so to speak. No space opera here, just a quiet, reflective slow walk to the satisfying ending. Predictable human behavior. Not superheroes. The lust for ACTION is revelatory about our current culture as much as anything else.

A 2 hour movie that should've been a 20 min short

It felt like over 3 hours - and that's me fast-forwarding the uselessly long 15 min outdoor repair/karaoke scene as well as some other long pointless scenes. Someone forgot to hire an editor to at least chop this down to 80-90 min max runtime. This film was based on a novel - was it as slow and boring as this film? It could've been much better with some "Hollywood" added into the writing whilst cutting down/out some of the long dragged out and useless scenes. And the screenplay needed to be tighter and lean more towards one genre; if you separated the "arctic adventure" from the "sci-fi", you may have had two much better short films. Combined, it was a lot of filler, with very little substance. Don't get me started on the very predictable and cliched writing-in of the absolutely adorable Caoilinn Springall as Iris in her first ever role. The awesome score also needed to be toned down, as it was too constant and overbearing - something you'd expect in a B-grade film. The S/VFX, set visuals and cinematography were absolutely stunning. The casting was excellent, but their talents were wasted in this poor story-telling that really didn't require much acting talent. Sadly, it's a very generous 6/10 from me, all going towards the visuals and effects.

Pathetic

How someone of George Clooney's experience could allow this rubbish to be screened is beyond me.
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