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Detektiv Conan Mein Geheimnis - FilmographySound Department Composer Music Department. Monsters: Dark Continent (based on a story by) / (written by) The Dinosaur Project (co-writer) Fast Girls (screenplay) Song of Songs. Directed by Gareth Edwards. With Scoot McNairy, Whitney Able, Mario Zuniga Benavides, Annalee Jefferies. Six years after Earth has suffered an alien invasion, a cynical journalist agrees to escort a shaken American tourist through an infected zone in Mexico to the safety of the U.S. border. Monsters are few and far between, and Dark Continent was an offensive name given to Africa by 19th century Europeans, so why exactly this film is called "Monsters: Dark Continent" is anyone's guess. Monsters: Dark Continent Official poster Directed byTom Green Produced by Allan Niblo James Richardson Written by Jay Basu Tom Green Starring Johnny Harris Sam Keeley Joe Dempsie Music byNeil Davidge CinematographyChristopher Ross Edited byRichard Graham Production company Vertigo Films Distributed byVertigo Films Release date 9 October 1 May Running time minutes CountryUnited Kingdom LanguageEnglish Box office$52, Monsters: Dark Continent is a British science fiction monst. Directed by Tom Green. With Johnny Harris, Sam Keeley, Joe Dempsie, Sofia Boutella. Monsters' reign continues to spread throughout the Earth.
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Nov 17, Johnny Harris Noah Frater. Sam Keeley Michael. Joe Dempsie Frankie. Kyle Soller Inkelaar.
Nicholas Pinnock Forrest. Sofia Boutella Ara. Parker Sawyers Shaun Williams. Uriel Emil Militant Leader.
Jesse Nagy Ryan Conway. Tom Green Director. Jay Basu Screenwriter. Rory Aitken Producer. Allan Niblo Producer. Rupert Preston Producer. Ben Pugh Producer.
James Richardson Producer. Gareth Edwards Executive Producer. Scoot McNairy Executive Producer. Neil Davidge Original Music. Critics Consensus: Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 Is Criminally Unfunny.
April 16, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews May 27, The original small budget British sci-fi was pretty much made entirely by Gareth Edwards, unfortunately he went on to much bigger things with 'Godzilla' and now a Star Wars spin-off , so he couldn't direct this sequel.
This was probably the main cause of this movies downfall, the next would be everything else the new director and writer decided to do, or not do.
I mean look at the films poster, looks fantastic right, troops on the ground in the desert, explosions behind them, monsters towering in the air, and above all that lots of chopper appear to be facing off against the monsters.
It looks like a cheesy B-movie but it looks fun, false advertising much? I'd also like to ask why everyone calls these creatures monsters when they're clearly space aliens or extraterrestrial life.
It sounds ridiculous because everyone knows monsters live under your bed. K so the story follows a group of US soldiers from their rough neighbourhood in Detroit to their new post somewhere in the Middle East, think Iraq, just don't say it.
These guys are a typical bunch of foul-mouthed, trigger happy, egotistical macho-men wannabes that are completely unlikable from the off.
Their hometown area in Detroit is basically a ghetto which the lead youngster claims to hate through much solemn narration , but he seems to love being a ghetto boy to me, with his homies.
An early scene showing the guys at an underground illegal dog fight between a dog and baby monster alien is pretty grim, right there I no longer gave a fuck about these guys.
To top that the guys then embark on a final night out with prostitutes, booze and cocaine! Once in the mystery Middle Eastern country of Iraq the young new recruits are introduced to their stereotypical, ultra masculine squad leaders.
This is the part in the movie where they rip-off every other military movie but mainly 'Aliens' yet again with much uber macho posturing, more profanity and general displays of all-male, red-blooded manliness.
Its also around now when every time these guys do anything, some rock music kicks in, every time. Eventually I realised the director is kinda trying to make his own modern day Nam flick with modern day tunes.
It is also quite clear that the director is trying way way too hard, I get what you're wanting to do here but dude seriously, back off, all you have achieved is making me not like any of your characters.
So this team of butch, hot-headed, jingoistic soldiers get sent on a mission to rescue some other soldiers from deep within this desert filled country.
Oh you might have thought I forgot about the monsters, you remember them? Well it just so happens that the monsters from the first movie have evolved and Apparently the US has been bombing the living snot outta these space monsters trying to keep them under control, unfortunately, and rather amusingly and typical of humans , they have also been accidentally bombing the living snot outta the locals too.
This in turn has caused an insurgence against American forces, so now the troops have to deal with aliens AND angry Middle Eastern countrymen that all look remarkably like terrorists.
The aliens or monsters in the movie are rendered faithfully in CGI and do look terrific I must say. The huge leggy creatures slowly stomp across the desert terrain with grace and actually look beautiful in the process, like a herd of slow moving elephants.
At the same time there are new breeds that are more like horses or buffalo, they gallop across the desert in packs, almost in a 'Jurassic Park'-like stampede.
These creatures also look really good, great design and of course in full CGI, but not obviously. The problem is the monsters don't actually feature in this movie!!
They do appear more than in the first movie but they don't actually do anything, a bit of sniffing around, knocking down the odd building or structure, the odd lurch at a human.
They never attack anyone, eat anyone or cause any kind of threat ever! This fact also leads into the traumatic human element of the movie.
This has nothing to do with the monsters at all, the monsters aren't a threat, so to that degree you can understand why the native folk are so angry with the US soldiers, the aliens aren't doing anything, the Americans are causing mass destruction.
They clearly wanted to make a gritty, contemporary war film chock full with the horrors of war, morals, human values The whole theme is very obviously an analogy for the war in Iraq.
Innocents getting killed, children starving and living in bombed out shacks, towns destroyed, infrastructure gone etc Its all here filmed in the most predictable cliched way possible, shaky cam, moments of deafening loudness, moments of shell shocking induced silence, slow motion, overexposed shots, lots of shouting, grimacing and a bucket load of man tears.
Think 'Black Hawk Down' thrown into a blender with 'Cloverfield', but the aliens don't do anything. The film does actually look really slick, the whole thing has been well shot with plenty of care and attention to detail.
The filming location of Jordan helps ten fold offering some exquisite natural beauty which in turn gave the director the opportunity to capture some truly spiritual scenes.
The long distant shots of these herds of huge aliens set against the desert dawn, dusk or brilliant daylight, are stunning, some shots reminded me of 'Halo' honesty.
So yes the film does look excellent at times, it is highly realistic, at times punishing and brutal and its well made.
Had this been the directors own stand alone war flick and nothing to do with 'Monsters' , I'd be giving a different write up.
On that front its very good, its not very original now but like I said, its well made. Alas its suppose to be a sequel to 'Monsters' and clearly this isn't.
The director has clearly gotten lost and carried away with his own pet project. Phil H Super Reviewer. Mar 21, I enjoyed this and it turns that this is the official sequel to Monsters which I loved.
It does a good job of giving you a gritty and dramatic war movie tied in to the Monsters universe of the original. The only problem is they should have focused more on the monsters themselves.
Ian W Super Reviewer. May 21, All it takes for a sequel to be made is for the previous film to make a profit and it doesn't get a critically panned, Ok the first was good in a different way, Abit misleading but at least it made sense, This one was just a cheap U.
S Army flick with monsters thrown in, You sometimes forget that it's supposed to be a sequel and lose interest quick, It had some ok shoot outs and the monsters When we see them Effects were pretty good but the last 30 minutes was just boring and got weird, Stick to the first as this is a waste of time.
Jamie C Super Reviewer. May 18, Shawn M Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.
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Resident Alien. The Wilds. After being captured, Michael and Frater are bound and forced to watch as Frankie bleeds to death in front of them. That night, Frater uses the distraction of an approaching creature to disarm and kill one of their guards, and the two of them escape on motorcycles, determined to finish their mission.
After the bikes run out of gas, they continue eastward until they encounter a destroyed school bus. As Frater searches for water, Michael encounters a boy still alive.
They briefly debate euthanising him until they are rescued by locals, who feed them and give them water in gratitude for saving the boy's life.
Michael wanders off with Ara, and they witness one of the creatures spreading luminescent spores through the night time desert around them, while Frater visits the boy who succumbs to his injuries.
Frustrated at their failure to save the boy, Frater angrily reminds Michael of their mission, and the two continue east toward a settlement their men would have gone to.
However, they discover there that the soldiers they were meant to rescue had all been killed prior to their arrival. Now enraged by the futility of their mission and the lives lost, Frater snaps and kills one of the villagers.
Michael is forced to shoot him to keep him from killing the rest of the family. Violent tremors prompt Frater to wander out of the village as Michael follows him to their extraction point.
As an enormous creature emerges from the sands in front of them, Frater collapses and dies from his injury. The evac helicopter comes in and picks up Michael, who looks on in silence as the screen cuts to black.
The film is the first feature to be directed by Green, who previously had directed episodes of the Channel 4 television programme Misfits.
Vertigo Films premiered the film in London on 9 October as part of the BFI London Film Festival. Vertigo planned to release it in the United Kingdom on 28 November but delayed its release to 27 February The film received mostly negative reviews.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Monsters: Dark Continent Official poster. Allan Niblo James Richardson. Johnny Harris Sam Keeley Joe Dempsie.
Vertigo Films. Release date. Running time. Johnny Harris as Noah Frater Sam Keeley as Michael Parkes Joe Dempsie as Frankie Maguire Jesse Nagy as Ryan Conway Nicholas Pinnock as Sgt.
Forrest Parker Sawyers as Shaun Williams Kyle Soller as Karl Inkelaar Sofia Boutella as Ara Michaela Coel as Kelly.
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