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In the latter case, that means one of two things, either the film is one of the best I've ever seen or it's awful. What does that mean for this flick, even though it's a few hours later and not immediately afterward, we'll get into.
But let's get into the whole Cloverfield franchise. I honestly legitimately love the idea of using one franchise name with all the films set in the same universe to tell a host of different stories.
This is essentially what the Halloween franchise was intended as, if you'll remember the third Halloween movie had nothing to do with Michael Myers and any characters that may have come before.
The failure of the third movie forced their hand on the fourth one to bring back Myers. Anyway, this is an idea that I hope the Cloverfield franchise, if it's gonna continue, sticks with.
Having said that, 10 Cloverfield Lane didn't actually start out as a spiritual sequel. It was completely unconnected to the first movie before changes were made to make sure it fit.
The same thing could be said for this movie. It was unconnected, but changes were made in order to make sure it fit. Having said all of that, I don't know where to begin with this review.
The best way for me to describe this is if Europa Report and Sunsine made sweet, sweet love and the result of that sweet, sweet love was this ugly, little mess of a baby.
I really liked Europa Report, but I found Sunshine, while still good, to be a massive disappointment considering that it just devolved into a PG slasher.
This movie also borrows plot elements from Sunshine and the ending from Europa Report. Essentially, earth is in an energy crisis. At the start of the movie, we're five years away from this crisis reaching critical levels and all hell breaks loose.
Wars start breaking out over oil, nuclear weapons are dropped, the whole shebang, as it were. Anyway, our fearless crew, at this space station, is testing out this particle accelerator that, if successful, would provide earth with infinite energy.
So, basically, our lives depend on this fucking thing working. Which is all fine and dandy. Conspiracy theorists are against the use of this particle, suggesting that its usage could cause a rip in space-time and open portals that will allow monsters to come through them to attack earth or whatever.
During one of the tests the accelerator overloads and causes a power surge in the station. When the crew comes back to, they find that earth has just Right at this point I was like 'alright, I'm feeling this, I can get into this story, the professional critics were totally wrong about this movie'.
I legitimately felt that, well maybe not the last part about the reviews, since it was still early on in the movie and there was plenty of time for all that goodwill to be destroyed.
But I was intrigued by what I was seeing. I was also with them all the way up to finding Jensen literally inside the wall with power cables running through her body.
But, and I don't know what it was, the movie just completely lost me after this. Perhaps not shortly after this, but there comes a point in the movie, where you just give up all hope of this film ever being coherent enough to piece together all the story threads that are here.
The biggest problem, to me, is the fact that the movie wants juggle so many different genres at the same time, not knowing how to handle any of them adeptly.
You don't know if it wants to be a sci-fi, a horror or a thriller. In many ways, it really shouldn't be that difficult, since those three genres are closer to each other than, say, comedy and sci-fi.
Not saying you can't make a sci-fi comedy, because plenty have, it's just that they don't share as much in common as the others I've mentioned.
Another issue is the fact that the characters are so poorly written. Other than Ava and, maybe, Jensen, there's no character development to speak of.
It's not that, inherently, exploration of these ideas is a bad thing, it's just that you have to know how to handle them.
The Incident, a film that looked at endless time loops, is a movie that, while seemingly confusing on the surface, actually gave you all of the pieces for you to put together.
This, on the other, gets bogged down in all the sci-fi technobabble. And perhaps that's not even fair to say, because it's not that I found it incomprehensible.
There's no problem with being straightforward and there's no problem with a sci-fi movie not embracing ideas that it can't thematically handle.
This movie is too proud and too boastful to not accept the fact that it''s utilizing concepts that it does not have the intelligence to truly grasp.
And it just fails. There comes a point in the movie where, again, you just give up and you're waiting for the slog to end. Ava's husband, Michael, also has his own subplot, in the original timeline, where he's travelling through a destroyed London.
Somehow, someway, his travels lead him to this leveled apartment building with a girl screaming for help in front of the rubble.
He takes this girl and takes her to this shelter, which is justified by Michael sending a text to his friend.
Yes, really. If you weren't paying attention you would be fucked. Couldn't they just have an actual phone call exchange?
The film follows a young woman who is held in an underground bunker with two men who insist that a hostile event has left the surface of the Earth uninhabitable.
The film presents the questionable truth of such statements made by the owner of the bunker. The film is presented in a typical third-person narrative, in contrast to its predecessor's found footage style.
The third film, released in on Netflix, is a science fiction horror film directed by Julius Onah , produced by Abrams and Weber, and written by Oren Uziel and Doug Jung.
It is based on Uziel's original spec script God Particle which, like 10 Cloverfield Lane , was initially unconnected to the Cloverfield title.
Set in , the film follows a team of astronauts who are left stranded in space after they perform a particle accelerator test that causes their vessel, the Cloverfield Station , to travel into an alternate universe, from which they must find their way back.
Meanwhile, the test causes other realities to open up on their home Earth, creating supernatural attacks across parallel universes.
By December , Paramount Pictures removed God Particle from its schedule, and in its place a Cloverfield IMAX Film was added, to be released on February 2, The film received mostly negative critical reception.
Paramount executives stated that handing off the release to Netflix was an easy way to get instant return on the film, and the surprise reveal and release a good way to keep in line with the "mystique" of the franchise.
That said, they clarified that there will still be theatrical releases for future films in the series.
In March , franchise creator and producer J. Abrams announced having plans in place for the future of the Cloverfield franchise, stating it "could be [something] really cool that connects some stories".
In February , Abrams acknowledged potential for character crossovers in future films. The producer confirmed plans for an eventual team-up with Michelle and Ava, the two characters respectively played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
In April of , it was revealed that A Quiet Place was developed as a potential fourth film in the franchise, but Paramount and its respective screenwriters decided that it would work better as a standalone movie.
In June , Abrams confirmed that a fourth Cloverfield film will be made and is in development. He further described the film as a "true" and "dedicated" theatrical release sequel to the first film.
The project will be a joint-venture production between Bad Robot Productions and Paramount Pictures. Unlike the original film, it will not be filmed in found-footage format.
It was published once a month on Kadokawa Shoten 's website and consists of four chapters from January to May While rescuing Beth, Hud gives various theories on where the monster may have come from — which included being from the ocean, from outer space, or created by the government.
The monster kills Jason when it smashes the Brooklyn Bridge with its tail and later kills Hud by biting him in half.
The parasites that drop off its body during its rampage also bite Marlena, who later dies gruesomely as a result. In the manga, the monster has some kind of biological connection to Kishin Aiba, the main character, due to a result of tampering or experimentation.
Kishin Aiba is able to control the monster without it harming him. In spite of not being initially told the premise of the film, Lizzy Caplan stated that she accepted a role in Cloverfield solely because she was a fan of the Abrams-produced television series Lost in which her former Related co-star Kiele Sanchez was a recurring character , and her experience of discovering its true nature eventually caused her to state that she would not sign on for a film in the future "without knowing full well what it is.
Hud himself was also originally to have survived, but producer J. Abrams suggested having him getting eaten by the monster, allowing the audience to vicariously experience this.
The scene was then planned as having Hud be eaten instantly after turning around, but it was decided that the audience deserved a clearer look at the monster, which resulted in the longer shot with the monster leaning down to inspect Hud before biting and killing him.
As shown in some panels, Kishin and his father are not on good terms. Sort of. The story actually starts with the third entry, The Cloverfield Paradox.
In the year , Earth is in the midst of a global energy crisis. This is causing all of humanity to become destabilized and is even plunging the world into a potential world war.
In an effort to create an infinite energy source, the Cloverfield space station tests a particle accelerator called the Shepard.
If successful, the energy created by the Shepard will be harnessed and shared with all the nations of Earth.
Sometimes it works, other times it does not. Paramount clearly thought they had a stinker on their hands, which is why they dumped the film to Netflix.
Saying this film sucks is a disservice to the material. It's ambitious enough to try and create a connecting tissue to the other films and anything else that Bad Robot wants to come up with.
I applaud that, as well as their explanation for why things happened, to me is good enough. This film will be the most divisive one yet, that is clear.
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Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings.2/6/ · Schmidt explains that the Cloverfield Paradox is the idea of particles — in this case, smaller-than-atoms quantum particles — from the two dimensions are interacting with each other. 2/9/ · The story actually starts with the third entry, The Cloverfield Paradox. In the year , Earth is in the midst of a global energy crisis. This is causing all of humanity to become destabilized and is even plunging the world into a potential world war.