- Actores: Tom Hanks, Ewan McGregor, Stellan Skarsgård
- Directores: Ron Howard
- Formato: Pantalla ancha, Importación
- Audio: Alemán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Alemán, Inglés, Turco
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 2.40:1
- Número de discos: 2
- Calificación FSK: No recomendada para menores de 16 años. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad
- Estudio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- Duración: 140 minutos
- ASIN: B002G5U22I
Illuminati (Extended Version, 2 DVDs) [Alemania]
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Robert Langdon entdeckt Beweise, dass die mächtigste Untergrundbewegung der Geschichte, ein uralter konspirativer Geheimbund, den man als "Die Illuminati" kennt, wiederauferstanden ist. Kurz darauf wird er damit konfrontiert, dass die katholische Kirche, der zutiefst verhasste Erzfeind der Illuminaten, einer tödlichen, existenzvernichtenden Bedrohung ausgesetzt ist. Nachdem Langdon herausgefunden hat, dass eine unaufhaltbare Illuminati-Zeitbombe tickt, die noch am gleichen Tag zu explodieren droht, fliegt er unverzüglich nach Rom, wo er sich mit der schönen und rätselhaften italienischen Wissenschaftlerin Vittoria Vetra zusammentut. Gemeinsam machen sie sich auf zu einer atemlosen, actionreichen Hetzjagd quer durch die ewige Stadt, durch versiegelte Krypten, gefährliche Katakomben, verlassene Kathedralen und sogar mitten hinein ins Herz des geheimsten und best bewachten Grabgewölbes der Welt. Langdon und Vetra folgen einer 400 Jahre alten Spur altertümlicher Symbole, auf der die einzige Hoffnung für das Überleben des Vatikans ruht.
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Angels and Demons does this perfectly. Still a great story line, but tons of action, and a great score.
I left the theater after seeing this with a huge smile on my face. In plain words...
It was awesome!
Tom Hanks is superb as always, racing from historical hot spot to hot spot as he follows a hidden path across Rome. The biggest thrills are when he takes something arcane or cryptic, and provides a new way to look at it so that you can almost see the door unlocking before you. It works best when the director shows us the puzzle first, like a good magician, and it's much more fun to have Hanks come in and offer the solution. Fortunately, this is most of the time.
It works not so great when we have Hanks explaining stuff to us as we race down the crowded streets of Rome, on our way to stop the next assassination attempt. There's a whole angle involving the selection of the next Pope, and the kidnapping of the four leading candidates, that propels Hanks forward. This is compounded by a truly over-the-top "God Particle" device that threatens to prematurely punch the city's ticket to Heaven, and its disposal in the critical moment is even more outrageous. And that's before the twist ending.
But get Tom Hanks and his pretty scientist companion alone in a dark chapel, hunting for hidden insignias and secret crypts, and Angels and Demons turns into highly compelling entertainment. It doesn't court the same controversy as The DaVinci Code, and therefore is allowed to stand on its own as pure entertainment, and it is top notch filmmaking.
Take the best elements of an action film,mix it up with the best moments of National Treasure or the 1990's Mummy series with Brendan Fraser along with some horror elements & POOF! you get a great movie.
Tom Hanks was brilliant in this, in fact the entire cast was tremendous. Hanks character as Robert Langdon as a character that we as viewers can root for. For me it was a rare thing in today's movie to actually like the character and root for him to stop the evil doings.
The story has Langdon tracking down an evil society known as the Illuminati who are murdering 4 Cardinals for the sake of religion, sin and God. It was a thrill ride as Langdon goes from one Church to another in pursuit, going through catacombs, crypts, following signs to track the group down.
It was very , VERY suspenseful, non stop & just a lot of fun to watch. The gore pieces were really well done. One scene with rats reminded me of a movie called Virgin of Nuremberg. It wasnt gory just have gore, it was more of style like Dario Argento used to do. It was also refreshing to have a man and woman work together and not have a romantic interest. It was also refreshing to see a more mature picture or a film where characters have that 'been there,done that' attitude with corny dialog. It wasn't tongue in cheek (thank God)
Now I will say I haven't read the book as I am more of a movie watcher so I can not compare the movie to the book. For me as a movie this was superior entertainment - . From a movie standpoint, I thoroughly enjoyed this - kudos to Ron Howard
Viewing this film is akin to watching a television show like, say, "24". You don't sit back and nitpick every plot point...you just go with the flow and (more often than not) get caught up in the emotional drama. If you are able to do that, this movie will be very enjoyable for you.
As I look back on the plot, I just watched the film less then a week ago and I'm still a bit shady as to what exactly was going on...something about ancient Illuminati symbols, the Catholic Church, the election of a new Pope, and underground experiments with the highly explosive "dark matter" compound. Much like in "The DaVinci Code", everything flies by in such a hurry that it is a bit difficult to digest. However, due to a great screenplay and competent acting, you will likely find yourself sucked into the whole experience.
I cannot speak for the movie's accuracy with relevance to the original novel, as it was so long ago that I read it, but perhaps a bit of a departure wouldn't have been a bad thing, as don't most entertainment connoisseurs always say that the book is better than the movie anyway?!
Thus, much like the page-turning appeal of the Dan Brown novel of the same name (where you just HAVE to read "one more chapter" before turning out the lights), this film does the exact same thing in cinematic fashion. When looked back upon, the pieces may not fit together or even seem downright ludicrous, but it was one heck of a ride!