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Plot: After a space mining operation gone bad, Troy is on an emergency escape vehicle drifting towards the sun. He gets radio contact with possible help but will they get there in time? Runtime: 92 min Release Date: 26 Oct 2018
Ignore what the Michael Bay fans are saying. This is a beautiful film. The people who have given it only 1 star know nothing about movies.
Amazing!!! (by reina-76067)
An Amazing movie, good graphics and an outstanding performance by Steven Ogg!! emotional and filled with action!! highly recommend this movie!!
A solid scifi film! (by Ctomoe92)
From the amazing soundtrack and great performance from both Steven Ogg and Alice Lowe, SOLIS is a Fantastic Film and enjoyed every minute of it!
Always judge based on now, not expectations (by krabat-0)
I don't wanna go politics on you all, but a British movie racing against the clock in order to come to a singular goal makes me think of a great loss of community.Now, forget I said that. This is not a very British movie, and it's not sentimental, and it's not Hollywood, and even if the race against the clock is an ancient premise in any action movie, this is a spectacular "spanner in the wheel" kind of story that you may remember for a long time.When you are young, you easily think you've seen it all - there aren't that many relevant plots in any genre and all <more>
of them have been told countless times over. But when the telling of the story, the big HOW to get from plot point to plot point begins to merge with actual knowledge all of the concepts in life giving value and causing loss, which can only be identified with, if your lived through them to survive and NOT have the things in your life be lost, OR if you in fact see yourself move on as they take a seat in memory only, such a story moves from being just a performance of glorious or inglorious actions and mistakes and accidents and blessings and luck to be a representation of the values of fragile existence.Such is a good story. It may be singular or it may be complex, but judged on its own terms, if will make you feel less on your own with everything in your own life.Such a movie is Solis. I find the acting to be right on the nose and in tune with the whole reason for what drives the character, which is so closely connected to the purpose of the movie that you have to trust the actor's portrayal. That he is not just acting against fate, but constantly struggling with what he has become. Every action and reaction has that at its center, and he fits the part perfectly. We do not see calm or surrender or despair or hope - we witness someone who is doing the calculation of "is life worth living" all the time. "Am I worthy of life?"For more than the end part of the movie I was constantly just about to take myself out of its influence, but remained, at the edge of the seat, in order to give him then chance of redemption, if in any way possible. Reclaiming the honor he left behind.I give it 9/10 - the last one I retain for 2-3 too misplaced pieces of dialogue in an otherwise very tight script.I still cannot get over that its a British movie. Now, do better than Hollywood. Make more European sci-fi.
I think everything is good but about director I'm not sure maybe all these mistakes is because of director . Story line, actors, and graphics are good but they are not in right way Steven ogg shown himself so good and he can do the bigger think but he need a good leather. I give 9 to this movie because of good things and that bad thing is director
Man vs inhospitable environment (by razieel)
Ever since I read Jon Krakauer's book "Into Thin Air" and watched the film adaptation of it, I have been fascinated with people seeking to go into environments that mankind are clearly not cut out for. Steven Ogg manages to capture that desperate struggle to survive in an inhospitable environment in a way that makes you vicariously feel the desperation of the situation through his character. Phenomenal acting and the script is kept focused and concise which is refreshing in a current film climate that is suffering from trying to take on too many big themes at once and end up <more>
sprawled all over the place. The film may lack in braininess compared to films like Moon 2009 but it still manages to showcase the harsch realities and unfortunate consequences of corporate greed on its workers that holds true on earth as well as in a possible future in space.
Most of time when I see films I've visited the set of, it's via a screener on my iPad where most of the effect is lost. But occasionally I get invited to see the finished thing. Such is the case with new sci-fi thriller Solis. I was there on day one of the shoot and had a good feeling about the production. Given the fact I've been hyped about the production for 19 months, finally seeing the movie at a cast and crew screening in London is a relief, then an edge-of-the-seat, pulse-pounding, breathless rollercoaster ride. Imagine a mash-up of Danny Boyle's Sunshine, Gravity, The <more>
Martian, and Tom Hardy's Locke and you get an idea of the tone and setting, yet it's not a clone of any of those but very much its own beast. Steven Ogg The Walking Dead gives a terrific performance as Troy Holloway, the sole survivor of an escape pod on a collision course with the sun. His single contact is Roberts, the crackly voice on the end of his intercom; the audio lifeline who will stop at nothing to save him. Alice Lowe is superb as the lone voice in the darkness, and as Holloway encounters one problem after another, it's not just Troy who clings to Roberts as the voice of sanity. The audience will no doubt use her as a checkpoint after each breathless hurdle. Like Alien, the first act is a world-building exercise, even if that world is space and a shuttle for most of the movie. Solis was shot on a shoestring, but it looks like it cost a lot more because of the calibre of the cast and crew. Had Hollywood shot the same film with a bigger cast and production team, and more lavish effects, I doubt it would have been any more successful. Take a bow Viridian FX for some excellent work . The photography by Bart Sienkiewicz is terrific, while production designer Tony Noble Moon and his team do a great job with the old school look of the movie. By the third act I was gripped as Solis reached its natural conclusion, yet it's such a lean production, the bits you think will round things off don't come. Not a bad thing as it left me hungry for more. Yes I'm being deliberately vague because I don't want to give anything away. I have no doubt Hollywood will be banging on the door of Carl Strathie in the near future. And having been on the set of his next move Transience aka The Encounter , I can't wait to see how that plays out. Alice Lowe also features in that offering for reference . If you get a chance, see Solis on the big screen. It sounds great; the groaning metal and cracking glass are almost characters in their own right. Music or a lack of it is crucial to any movie's success, and David Stone Hamilton does a terrific job of adding a grandiose feel to the drama. He's another rising star who will be snapped up for blockbusters in the near future. I explain to producer Charlette Kilby after the screening that film makers are futurists, and reviewers are historians, examining the light from their star that was created years ago. It's an apt analogy for any sci-fi movie. I have a feeling fans will be examining Solis's glow for some time.
Solis is a taught two-hander as engineer, Troy Holloway, hurtles towards the sun in an out of control EEV unit, while the voice of Commander Roberts tries to convince him he'll be saved. The film depending on a set of challenges for Troy to complete, in order to survive.Both actors masterfully portray their roles: Steven Ogg manages to draw the drama into even the slightest moment and Alice Lowe's initially domineering commander, slowly softens throughout the piece. Making you care about both and what they're really going through, the real heart of the story, which makes Carl <more>
Strathie's script shine.Strathie manages to weave an amazingly dark and realistic world. Where the two main characters desperations are not merely caused by their situations, but by the company policy which has forced both of them into their predicaments. This in turn causing you to doubt what either of them has really has gained when the film ends. They are never friends, merely two people desperate to escape their lives. Surely the Solis nee solace they seek.Well paced scenes the end which could probably do with a tiny trim drive the story on. The enormity of space is well handled with a small budget and the direction, camera work and score all help to enhance the claustrophobia of the situation. All combining together to give a true scifi piece and, although there is nothing particularly new and one slightly contrived point, is so well developed that the film grips you from start to finish.This isn't a film for flashy effects and action, but is one that provokes deep thought about what we really may encounter in space. Worth every moment of your time and powerfully delivering its point!
If you want to watch a movie on the basis of the emotions on display and with the premise of surviving with a voice telling you to go on this is your movie, I don't care for how accurate the Sci Fi elements were, I'm more interested in the fiction and how well the actors portray their emotions. It was a great watch because it made me fight for survival with the lead and gave me hope with Commander Robert's guiding Holloway to not give up, here's to not giving up.