Annihilation (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

Annihilation (2018)

A biologist signs up for a dangerous, secret expedition where the laws of nature don't apply.

IMDB: 7.636 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 993.21M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 115
  • IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 110 / 1116

The Synopsis for Annihilation (2018) 720p

A biologist's husband disappears. She puts her name forward for an expedition into an environmental disaster zone, but does not find what she's expecting. The expedition team is made up of the biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist, a surveyor, and a linguist.


The Director and Players for Annihilation (2018) 720p

[Director]Alex Garland
[Role:]Tessa Thompson
[Role:]Jennifer Jason Leigh
[Role:]Natalie Portman


The Reviews for Annihilation (2018) 720p


Break it up folks. Show's over, nothing left to see here.Reviewed byskate_nyVote: 1/10

It's been said that the only legitimate philosophical question is in the form of "Why is there something instead of nothing?" Annihilation reverses the two subjects of that question.

I don't mean to dismiss anyone's experience in watching the film, but I found nothing intellectually challenging about either the story or the interpersonal exchanges among and between the characters. The scientific revelations that some of the characters offer are earth-shattering only if you aren't possessed by an imagination that allows for the existence of other forms of life. Even their hypotheses were dull. And you don't need to be a biologist to figure out what's different about what's going on within the alien forest (the writers call it "the shimmer") in comparison to everyday, carbon-based existence. I won't give my explanation here since it may be one of a few mundane mysteries in a disappointing script.

The narrative is both uninspired and uninspiring, and the writers provide ample opportunity to stop caring about the story and the characters. Unfortunately, this spills over into the ending which steered viewers to ask ourselves a limited set of questions about what may have happened. At least those of us who were still interested enough to care. I also had the dreaded "embarrassed-for-someone-else" experience more than once, both for a meandering story that seems satisfied to make halfhearted attempts at being interesting and the portrayal of a land that was too often straining to be different in ways that might move viewers to be left in awe. Never happened.

CGI and special effects are bland; nothing new to see here that hasn't already been portrayed (badly) in TV sci-fi series. A walk through a rain forest is more visually compelling, even if taken on National Geographic. The alien world that's presented evokes images of a darker though ultimately lackluster Walt Disney World in a sometimes cartoonish way rather than shuttling back and forth through the multiple levels of Being in Interstellar. It represents a different reality as a blunt object in a world that cries out in desperation for a finer, simpler touch. What's supposed to be frightening is too often unwittingly comical; the gravity of the mission and the vulnerability of the characters lose their narrative force as a result. (If you haven't seen it, check out The Forbidden Planet -- a film released more than sixty years ago -- for its compelling narrative and limited but, within the context of the story, realistic special effects.)

Annihilation is not worth seeing, even if you have MoviePass. Not a single "ooh" or "aah" throughout though there was some intermittent and well-earned laughter along the way. I doubt that Annihilation will show up on a "One Hundred Underrated Sci-Fi Movies from Twenty Years Ago" list. There just isn't very much to it.

A Very Unique Film - Enjoyed It ThoroughlyReviewed byneener3707Vote: 9/10

Though many will see the beginning as slow, but boys is continuing watching worth, I found this to be a very unique and refreshing film in the wake of super hero trash and remakes/sequels. You know the story already, if you don't watch the trailer, and even the trailer doesn't even scratch the surface of the mind being descent into the unknown. I found the pacing and structures of the film to be well made, as well as the direction, the soundtrack only enhanced the unique visuals ans scenes of intensity. While the story seems vague and predictable, but the film takes a hard right turn, blowing your mind. I can't tell you how much I wanted to clap at the final twist.

I have a feeling many people won't fully understand, as the film is highly sophisticated when it comes to scientific explanations about whats supposedly going on. You will have so many question while you watch the film. Te only real things a disliked was the opening and some of the sub-plots. I found the opening an odd choice by the director and expended different, and there were several sub-plots I found to be unnecessary. But these were just minor inconveniences and didn't really take me out of the film experience.

I would highly recommend this.

This film should be annihilated!Reviewed bymlaholaVote: 1/10

I drove in a huge snow storm to see "Annihilation" and thank god I also saw Red Sparrow or I would have been really pissed. Several flashbacks to irrelevant sex scenes with no sex in them. I imagine the film director after realizing his picture is boring and stupid decided he better show Natalie Portman's bare back or risk losing distribution of this drivel altogether. After several teams of marines disappear in a forest someone thinks it's a good idea to send in a group of young women "scientists" with assault rifles, and no training to confront an unknown alien something or other. Just as expected the brainless girls start fighting amongst each other and each one wants to go her own way. How very high school is that? To rationalize sending in a team of children Jeff Vandermeer and Alex Garland thought they better have the little girls say a few scientific type sounding words but not too many because they are a bit hard to pronounce. This film gives the SciFi genre a bad name.

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