This is a story of a man in free fall. On the road to redemption, darkness lights his way. Connected with the afterlife, Uxbal is a tragic hero and father of two who's sensing the danger of death. He struggles with a tainted reality and a fate that works against him in order to forgive, for love, and forever.
- Stars:Javier Bardem, Maricel Álvarez, Hanaa Bouchaib, Guillermo Estrella, Eduard Fernández, Cheikh Ndiaye, Diaryatou Daff, Taisheng Chen, Jin Luo, George Chibuikwem Chukwuma, Lang Sofia Lin, Yodian Yang, Tuo Lin, Xueheng Chen, Xiaoyan Zhang,
- Country:Mexico, Spain
- Director:Alejandro G. Iñárritu,
- Writer:Alejandro G. Iñárritu (screenplay), Alejandro G. Iñárritu (based on a story by), Nicolás Giacobone (screenplay), Armando Bo (screenplay)
This is the story of Uxbal, a man living in this world, but able to see his death, which guides his every move. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Honestly, I was blown away! I'm thinking that the people who called themselves "fans" haven't played the whole series, because that was pretty epic!Notes: because it was a movie, several concessions had to be made. The Animus, for example, was 100% different. But I thought it was an amazing advancement of the technology that fit the concept much better.Secondly, the bleeding effect: It's supposed to be something that happens over long exposure, but in the games, we seem to forget that it happened rather quickly for Desmond as well (couple of days). I think it's perfectly acceptable for timelines to be sped up for this movie.Could there have been a little more clarity as to what the Animus was and maybe some more history behind the Apple of Eden? Yes, and that's what was missed. But, as a fan of the series and the knowledge to explain a lot of what was confusing to some, I gave this 4.5/5, and would definitely watch again.
(es) wrote: Reasonable family entertainment, more aimed at the younger end of the family though. Not as good as Arthur and the Invisibles, but just enough to kepp me from falling asleep. My daughters enjoyed it though :-) Nothing spectacular on the animation front, and the first few minutes seemed a little unfinished/rushed. Ending seemed a little thrown together too. Not sure we need to see Arthur again, although this may the first of a two part story!
(br) wrote: Good thriller movie, the soundtrack was brilliant, and the acting was great as well. The storyline could of been a little better and the ending was very predictable.
(fr) wrote: A nice movie that did better then expected. Kudos to the director and actors.
(jp) wrote: Sweet and stupid in a mostly enjoyable mix. Some great lines here and there, but this genre generally doesn't age well, this is no exception.
(br) wrote: Now this is your complete John Carpenter experience right here, the perfect type of film for his crazy ass imagination. Everything Carpenter made prior to this has elements all rolled in resulting in classic Carpenter horror mixed with body shock mutations.The plot is creepy as it is surreal. Sam Neill is hired to find a missing horror writer in a small sleepy leafy US town, boy does Carpenter love small US towns. He must find Sutter Cane and retrieve his final novel for publishing. Sounds simple eh? well think again.When I first saw this film it creeped me out a lot, these days it doesn't have the same kind of punch but its still solid. Carpenter goes into overdrive here with lots of trademark icky effects and monsters, most of which look like ideas from 'The Thing'. As usual effects are created with models and puppets which do now look a bit hokey but plenty of makeup and prosthetics and good use of suggestion.The whole film is extremely surreal and plays out like a nightmare, in fact the whole point is you don't know if it is a nightmare or reality. Pretty much anything goes really as Sam Neill goes nuts trying to get out of Hobb's End and destroy the final evil horror manuscript. This surrealist approach does work and offers up plenty of weirdness which does equal some nice eerie moments, the ghostly boy cycling along the dark deserted highway at night being a good one.The start of the film is definitely better than the second half and ending. The film is much more creepy as Neill and his female sidekick leave for and arrive at Hobb's End. After Neill gets what he needs and we return to reality the film slightly loses its mysterious spooky essence, the final sequence is an interesting twist to make you think.Basically a descent into madness for Neill's character, but we're not even sure if he is a real person or not, could it all be part of the horror novel itself?. Its left to your own thoughts really which is cool but annoying also, I like to know what happens period.If your a Carpenter fan then this will appeal with tentacled monster puppetry, creepy kids running about, satanic references and all set within a Michael Myers type American pie town. Just don't expect too many final answers regarding characters and plot.
(ca) wrote: Ken Burns FIRST professional documentary is still pretty damn good. It lulls slightly in the middle, but then gets right on track by the end. A great doc that tells you all about what became a historical landmark.
(nl) wrote: aclassic but strange
(nl) wrote: What makes a good movie a great movie? In the words of Supreme Court Justice, Potter Stewart, "I know it when I see it." And I've seen "Bloodsport" literally more than 150 times and it is beyond any spirit of a doubt a great movie. I'm not going to delve into the details of character development, score, cinematography, etc. It's all there. But it also has a clear grasp on the intangible known as greatness which is hard to describe yet universally recognized. Do yourself a favor and watch this movie.