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Plot: In the fall of 1959, for a time capsule, students draw pictures of life as they imagine it will be in 50 years. Lucinda, an odd child who hears voices, swiftly writes a long string of numbers. In 2009, the capsule is opened; student Caleb Koestler gets Lucinda's "drawing" and his father John, an… Runtime: 121 min Release Date: 20 Mar 2009
Don't let Nic Cage scare you, Alex Proyas is a genius and this is his best work yet...... (by nick-graham)
Don't let Nicolas Cage's name on the marquee scare you away, this is the director of The Crow and Dark City given free reign, and it is amazing, assuming you accept a revelation about 2/3 of the way in. The ambition here is pretty staggering by the end.Having just seen this, I predict viewers of it will fall into two camps: unabashed love or extreme dislike save for a few scenes the plane and subway scenes come to mind . How you accept the final third will determine which camp you are placed in. I was confused by Ebert giving it four stars and then hearing others whose opinions I <more>
also often agree with eviscerate it, but after seeing it this makes total sense.I fall into the unabashed love category, and absolutely did not expect to going in. My brother Doug felt the same way. I think Cage actually gives a good performance, and feel like most of the criticism on his part is either residual from other aspects of the movie people don't like or just bandwagon stuff that he admittedly wrought upon himself with multiple disasters such as LaBute's Wicker Man.
Don't listen to the Critics, this movie is full of action and meaning, NOT a typical save the world movie! (by cherrywild)
This movie is full of meaning and action! There are lots of graph/realistic scenes that will have you gripping your seat. There are times that you hold your breath because the suspense has a hold of your chest! This movie is beautiful and not a copy of any other typical movie on the same topic. Nic did great and the kids were really awesome! I really enjoyed this movie and think that I will need to see it again now! I am sure that there is a lot of symbolism that I did not pick up on. *I know it is a silly thing but kind of chuckled because nobody seemed to shut doors when they got out of a <more>
car, I know that might be the last thing on their minds, but it happened a lot. : I did jump in my seat, hold my breath, cry and laugh...and I was in awe by the end. See the movie judge for yourself, stick it out till the end...it is worth it.
Wow! Outstanding in every way. (by williamzim2000)
I went to see this because Roger Ebert gave this a 4/4 stars. I completely agree. This is an amazing science fiction movie, with some fresh twists on the genre that makes it amazing.An MIT science teacher Nick Cage disillusioned by his wife's death, now believes in randomness. One day, he is confronted by mysterious events. A document found by his son in a time capsule seems to predict the dates of catastrophes. In his struggle to interpret the meanings and magnitude of the events and warn society of them, he comes across a profound and terrifying insight into what may lie in the <more>
future. His effort to save his son and loved ones becomes his desperate objective. I won't give away the ending, but trust me, this is one well made, sophisticated picture.This story is filled with suspense, great terror, and frighting scenes that have deep emotional impact. The sound effects are awesome. There are some crashes in here that rocked the theater, and filled every expectation I have of well filmed disasters. The visual effects are superb and emotionally powerful.If you are a picky film goer like me, you'll be delighted with this. Not only worth your money, but worth your time. This moved along with speed and excitement, and I got lost in it. Everyone in the theater was gasping in exhilaration when the credits rolled. Amazing! Don't miss it!
Kudos To Proyas For This Surprisingly Good Flick! (by RosenKratz)
It may seem improbable, but Knowing actually adds something fresh and inspiring to the disaster genre. Certainly the action scenes are well staged they are as grand and tense as the previews would have you expect. But Knowing really stands out from the likes of Next and various Roland Emmerich movies because of its heart there is a profoundly human element amongst the chaos and destruction , and because of the surprising, riveting turns the story takes. In no way was it a generic "save the world" flick, like I feared going in. It is an original with a memorable ending that <more>
should not be spoiled, but it will almost definitely have people talking.In my mind, director Alex Proyas deserves a lot of the credit for the fact that the film is brave, and does not try to replicate a typical Hollywood blueprint. In fact, he even has Nic Cage back on solid footing, an actor I used to love but have been quite weary of lately. But I think Proyas deserves the main kudos for turning this into something creative and special, and I'd go as far as to say this it is his best movie since Dark City.There really isn't much to complain about regarding the film, but the one exception might be the middle, where the action sags a bit. Still, I think the captivating final third more than makes up for it.I definitely recommend the film - you will be pleasantly surprised!
First off, Nicolas Cage was pretty good as a science teacher who's initial skepticism over a batch of numbers scribbled on a piece of paper found in a school's time capsule from the 1950s is tested and eventually worn away by a quest to find out what they mean. Cage runs hot and cold when it comes to the characters he plays; he's awesome in films like "Raising Arizona", "Con Air", or "National Treasure", while not so believable in stuff like "The Family Man". He's maturing as an actor and getting better, it seems, with every role. <more>
Another standout is Rose Byrne, as the daughter of the odd little girl who wrote out the bizarre number sequences that Cage's character is analyzing. Byrne's always good at playing pensive women with something mysterious in their back stories. Yet as good as the actors were, the special effects and the twists in the storyline are what make this movie really entertaining. The writers didn't take the easy, obvious route with the story which was refreshing. The plot continues to surprise throughout taking some very different turns with the outcome of the story which made it even more unpredictable and better for it. I like movies that keep me guessing and this is one of those. See it if you like the unexpected.
I don't understand the negativity behind this movie (by AngieeeBabayy)
I thought this was arguably one of the best movies of our time. With that said, I've gotta admit I'm a scifi movie lover and these movies are my kinda thing.This movie literally had everything I typically LOVE in a movie, a great beginning, a thriller climax, and a killer ending. There were no plot holes to this film, which initially made me love this movie in the first place. One thing I love about this movie has to be after I watch it a couple of times- I actually notice little hidden things in the climax that ultimately lead up to the ending, things you don't typically notice <more>
when you first watch this movie.Those who love the indie film-type endings, or those who love horror or slasher films, or actually anyone who likes cliff-hanger endings- this might not be for you. But if you love apocalypse type movies, or are a thriller fanatic then you'll hopefully like this movie. This movie also supports the Christian/Catholic faith- so if you are against it in any way- this movie may not suit you. With that said, it's NOT a Jesus loving movie. The ending has a lot to do with the Christian faith and if that's not for you- don't watch it.All in all, this is a pretty spectacular movie. The music was on cue with everything in the movie and the scenes were incredible. Each scene had you gripping onto your seat in anticipation. Although this is very under-appreciated, I hope you will give this movie a try.
First of all, yes I did see this movie, and no I'm not much of a talker when it comes to discussing and reviewing movies. Therefore, I will keep it short and simple.Nicholas Cage's movies have lately been a lot of action flicks that may or may not seem like movies we've all seen before. This one, however, brings a new fresh feeling to this genre.I think we've all seen the whole "I see it coming" type of movie where the main character has to prevent something from happening. This is one of those, and yet it isn't. It doesn't bore you, it doesn't make you <more>
feel like you've seen it before, and yet you have a comfortability with it that intrigues you throughout.I found myself quite entertained and the movie didn't lose my attention or have me checking my watch. Good direction and acting. Nicholas Cage does a good job.I believe anyone who sees this movie will enjoy it for what it is. Go see it, it's a fun flick!
Knowing--one of the best sci-fi films ever. (by jz-10)
I'm a die-hard fan of GOOD science-fiction, which means I'm extremely critical of sci-fi movies. Too often, you could say nearly always, the studios sacrifice character development and meaning for explosions and effects; if it's good enough for teen-age boys to say "cool," it's good enough for a studio exec to greenlight.Knowing isn't like that. Rather, it gives you characters you can care deeply about, and questions that you will either chew on or which will chew their way in the back of your own mind if it's the slightest bit open.Nick Cage portrays a <more>
lonely and cynical astronomer who discovers a 50-year-old sheet of paper, filled with numbers, the apparent meaning of which begins to tear his world apart.You already know that they relate to disasters and possibly the ultimate disaster. But you won't know that this is apocalyptic science-fiction with a mind and a soul. The performances are wonderful, the effects breathtaking, the story compelling. As events unfold, we'll certainly encounter disasters, horror, and suspense, but also love and hope.Knowing is the movie that last year's "The Day The Earth Stood Still" should've been, but wasn't. It's also the movie that "Signs" should've been, but wasn't, or that "The Last Mimsy" should've been, but wasn't. It ranks up there with la creme de la creme of the genre: E.T, The Matrix, Donnie Darko.The mingling of science with the supernatural seems to have set the critics in tizzy. Ignore them. They were wrong about Peaceful Warrior, and they are wrong about Knowing. This is not a movie for cynics or critics. Knowing is for people who can suspend disbelief for a couple of hours, and it is well worth that small effort. Not knowing is the gateway to Knowing.See it, experience it, enjoy it.
The critics are wrong, it is a great film. (by texgrl)
Despite what a few less informed critics will say, this film is very well done. The film requires the ability to think outside of the box. An understanding of certain standardly held scientific ideas and a little understanding of theology will increase a viewer's appreciation of the film.The plot twists were frequent, and so well handled that the film managed to surprise me at the end, which is no easy feat for film makers. It is not a typical disaster film, it is not a typical sci-film, but there are elements of both in the film. Elements that play against one another, producing a final <more>
product that will keep you on the edge of your seat.The music score was well done, and while the music was nothing like John William's work, I sat there thinking that William's would have appreciated it.Special effects in at least three scenes were handled so well that I, and the viewers around me, gasped and jumped. Something cinema has not been able to make me do in years. On the negative, there were a few scenes that seemed to fall between the cracks in terms of special affects, but they were short and quickly dismissed from your mind as you moved forward.I suspect the ending is what caused the negative comments. As a person who knows the theological history connected to the film, I thought this added to the film. Those who don't understand the theology will, most likely, hate the film.