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Audio comentario con el director Christian Rivers;El final de los antiguos; Los personajes: - Hester Shaw - Tom Natsworthy - Anna Fang - Valentine - Shrike;Bienvenido a Londres: - Construyendo la bestia - Los niveles de Londres - Los detalles más pequeños - El museo de Londres - Medusa y San Pablo; En el aire; Rodar Nueva Zelanda.
Después de que un cataclismo destruyera la civilización tal y como la conocemos, la enigmática Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar) se alza como la única persona capaz de impedir que la ciudad de Londres, convertida en un gigante depredador móvil, lo devore todo a su paso. Indómita y motivada por el recuerdo de su madre, la joven une fuerzas con Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan), desterrado de la metrópolis, y Anna Fang (Jihae), una peligrosa criminal a la fuga buscada por los cazar recompensas.
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Well, I'll state the obvious that there are a lot of gorgeous visuals and impressive set design. This is one of those movies that's designed to be on a big screen. The story is an allegory for imperialism, greed and desire to conquer even when there's nothing to gain. It features classic tropes and cliches that make up most of the fabric of shared stories.
I loved Hera Hilmar as Hester Shaw, the protagonist. She maintained an excellent balance of tough and vulnerable. I absolutely believed every word and emotion she expressed and hope to see her in a sequel!
The movie even introduces a CGI b-villain that made me groan, and it turned out to be the most emotionally satisfying part of the film!
It's core tale featuring vengeance and adventure, makes it feel like a Japanese revenge film. It also has a very straightforward, no nonsense pacing that reminds me of adventure flicks of the 80s. The movie doesn't try to bog you down with too much detail, lore and world building. It just wants to tell a simple hero's journey in the vein of Mad Max, Star Wars and anime movies. However, that's both it's strength and weakness.
The movie needs more lore and world building. While I still fully enjoyed the themes and visual storytelling, many people are reasonably disappointed with the lack of exposition about how the world works. Pair this with an abundance of cliches (which I thought the movie handled and owned well) and you have a flick that will appear to be just like every other YA movie to the untrained eye. I can confidently say this is much, much better than just about every YA movie, however, don't expect your nit picky questions to be answered. All in all, I could tell the book probably has a lot more info, but they likely didn't want this to be 3 hours like Lord of the Rings (I do).
Several of the side characters have poor introductions and are under developed. The introductions didn't bother me on my first watch, but I definitely noticed some issues on my 2nd watch. For example, we're introduced to 3 characters that have almost no impact on the story before we're introduced to the co-protagonist, Tom.
However, the main character who matters, Hester Shaw is given thorough development and leaves you satisfied with her journey and arc.
The movie is getting far too much hate. It's currently around 28% on rotten tomatoes and it deserves better. I would gage this as more of a 65%-70% movie. My honest review would be 4 stars, but I gave it an extra star because of the undeserved hate.
All in all, I say go see this and hope for an extended cut!
When I first heard of the casting I was most skeptical of Anna Fang & Valentine. I imagined they differently. Seeing the film I think the casting was right. There are many things the movie gets right in detail. I wish there had been time to flesh out more of the side characters like Kate & Bemis.
Overall this is a fun action film that is a live action mix of Miyazaki meets Road Warrior. I think it was worth the price and hope it surprises at the box office.
The script was not tight and I apologize for PLOT SPOILERS. The setting comes about after an Earth crust shift, followed by "The 60 Minute War" with quantum energy (whatever that is) and then at some time there was the even less described "Nomad Wars."
The city of London is on tank tracks and travels slowly across the land devouring other mobile cities in its wake because it can as it robs them of their resources. Valentine (Hugo Weaving) controls the city and has been quietly making a weapon because running them over is not enough.
I am not sure what they had in mind making Elrond as Darth Vadar. They had guns, so the sword fighting confused me. This wasn't LOTR. The role of Kate (Leila George) starts off as if she was going to play a major role, and she was simply a spectator...like Ivanka watching her dad destroy the world. Oh yeah, then there was a dead guy whose partial conscientiousness was inside of a killer robot. He was also after Hester (Hera Hilmar) the main female lead. I guess going after a guy with a quantum machine who wants you dead is not enough. Of course the "Luke, I am your father" scene made me hurl chunks.
They make fun of modern politics with family separation and Twinkies that are still fresh after 1,000 years. Light humor.
The film had great scenes, but they simply tried to cram too much into 2 hours.