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Chaos Walking (2021)

In the not-too-distant future, Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) discovers Viola (Daisy Ridley), a mysterious girl who crash lands on his planet, where all the women have disappeared and the men are afflicted by "the Noise" - a force that puts all their thoughts on display. In this dangerous landscape, Viola's life is threatened - and as Todd vows to protect her, he will have to discover his own inner power and unlock the planet's dark secrets. From the director of The Bourne Identity and Edge of Tomorrow and based on the best-selling novel The Knife of Never Letting Go, Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland star with Mads Mikkelsen, Demián Bichir, Cynthia Erivo, Nick Jonas, Kurt Sutter, and David Oyelowo in Chaos Walking.

IMDB: 5.85 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Sci-Fi
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 999.78M
  • Resolution: 1280*528 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 109
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: PG-13
  • Peers/Seeds: 276 / 2154

The Synopsis for Chaos Walking (2021) 720p

In the not-too-distant future, Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) discovers Viola (Daisy Ridley), a mysterious girl who crash lands on his planet, where all the women have disappeared and the men are afflicted by "the Noise" - a force that puts all their thoughts on display. In this dangerous landscape, Viola's life is threatened - and as Todd vows to protect her, he will have to discover his own inner power and unlock the planet's dark secrets. From the director of The Bourne Identity and Edge of Tomorrow and based on the best-selling novel The Knife of Never Letting Go, Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland star with Mads Mikkelsen, Demián Bichir, Cynthia Erivo, Nick Jonas, Kurt Sutter, and David Oyelowo in Chaos Walking.


The Director and Players for Chaos Walking (2021) 720p

[Director]Doug Liman
[Role:]Daisy Ridley
[Role:]David Oyelowo
[Role:]Tom Holland
[Role:]Demian Bichir


The Reviews for Chaos Walking (2021) 720p


Worst movie I've seen in a long timeReviewed bysideshow76Vote: 1/10

Worst show I've seen in a long time. Had high hope based on the actors and intriguing concept, but unfortunately very disappointed. Production quality is terrible. It looked like Doug Liman got some friends together in the woods with his handicam. The green screen for the motorcycle chase scene was so poorly done I could have probably done better with a laptop in my living room. Doug Liman is so hit and miss, his movies are either brilliant (Edge of Tomorrow, Mr & Mrs Smith, Bourne Identity) or pure garbage (everything else). And, as with most movies these days the director couldn't help but fill the movie with the woke themes of his personal politics. How much money do these studios have to lose before they'll concede that Americans just want to be entertained, not condescendingly lectured to. Don't waste your time or your money on this... stay home and watch The Expanse instead.

The Chaos of Sci-Fi Walks Into Fun Comedy and Incomplete StoryReviewed byrgkarimVote: 6/10

LIKES:

Good Cinema Usage/SettingActing is Decent and DynamicCute DogCool Use of the Sci Fi gimmickComedy at Times is greatPlays well with its own rulesCharacter Development starts to get better

DISLIKES:The Attitude of the characters at the beginningPace of the movie is pretty bland at the beginningThe Voice In the Head gimmick is annoying at timesThe Alien Gimmick is weakFeels Like there is a Lot of Holes in the plotAnticlimactic EndingAntagonists that need more explaining

Review:

A movie like this showed promise for a landscape of our heroes facing this alien world and the elements that it brought. Surprisingly, the movie accomplishes this well for me, using filters, lenses, and angles to really bring the western/new frontier horizon to life. This film pulled me into the science fiction feel, and yet kept it on the pulse of reality at the same time and veering from the fantasy, which works given the theme of the movie. Within this blended world, the acting to bring the frontier dwelling inhabitants of the new world is not too bad either. Holland has taken a step from the hero regime and plays the cynical teen with a lot of questions and emotional conflictions and does it quite well. He sells the mood well and his portrayal evolves alongside his character as the movie progresses and again make a believable performance. Former Jedi Daisy Ridley, has had a bit of a change too, dropping the super powers of Star Wars for one of strategy, smarts, and determination that was quite enjoyable. Like Holland, she surprises me with how much the character seems natural to her, vulnerable beneath her strength and cockiness, she worked well with Holland to make a fun duo to follow. As for Demian Bichir, a character with pizazz and the rock foundation for Holland's character, the main weakness was him not having more screen time to develop and show off his skills, but did well to chop up the slow opening. And of course having a cute dog throughout the film is always a plus for this reviewer to add some suspense, some adorable tricks, and in this film another dynamic to explore.But outside of acting and setting, the story itself is better, albeit not as bizarre, than I expected from the trailers. The gimmick of the Noise is a centerpiece of this film, a concept that was consistent, symbolic, and yet diverse all in the same movie which is impressive for me. As the synopsis says, men have been afflicted with a new ability to express their thoughts, and various settlements have risen around handling the Noise and the different approaches they see. While each settlement has many guys with the generic power of projecting their thoughts, there are a few players that have higher functions that sort of get used later on in the movie. The gimmick works though and the writers/directors were able to build a lot of entertainment aspects from comedy to "action". For this reviewer, the comedy was the better angle, with the writing and delivery perfect many times to bring a good laugh that I did not see coming. Todd (Holland's) thoughts are hilarious and relatable, with his mind arguing with itself as it tries to censor his thoughts from those around him and his responses when he fails. And with his unique ability, the comedy takes new forms for some good fake outs that once revealed had me and the audience laughing out loud. As such, the movie gets points for establishing the rules and playing by those rules that they spent the first third of the movie world building with, even when a few wild cards get thrown in. This is not always the case, as movies often take shortcuts or exceptions to allow for character development, but in this movie there was no compromise as the evolution of the group starts to pick up. I can't say much to not ruin, but when the big hits happen, the movie manages to push the characters without going down the cheesy avenue we've seen in a lot of films, though I was not a fan of the means to evolve them.

However, the curse of the movie still falls on this film and a few of these points were not for me in this film. Without reading the books, one of the things I did not like was the attitude of the character at the beginning, or more so the focus of the attitude of the main character. The loose cannon, chip on his shoulder attitude was annoying and felt very teenage drama, and while fitting there were few characters to help balance that sour attitude out. That was a minor flaw for me, but I felt it magnified by the slow pace of the movie at the beginning as we waited for the adventure to begin. These two components danced a slow waltz that was trying to establish the world, but only delayed the adventure without the bite they were trying for. In addition, the voice in the head gimmick at the beginning started to annoy me in the first settlement, the repetition words, the pointless thinking for communication banter, and the aimless wandering around the contained setting did not help things.Once the adventure starts, these limitations start to smooth out, but one thing that was disappointing was the aliens that were talked about for so long. Chaos Walking teases plenty of local fauna dwelling in the forest setting, but they do little in the movie and these supposed obstacles remain very lacking in the backgrounds for most scenes. Even when the main aliens hit, the scene is over before it begins, meaning lots of unanswered questions and missed potential for me, but perhaps to be explained in future installments. In addition, the presentation of the movie feels incomplete, gaps of the motivation, story, and interactions seeming to be missing during the presentation. Catching a comment from another member who had read the books stating they left much out of the movie, especially the inner mindsets which for a movie about thoughts leaking out for people to hear is kind of important. The antagonists in particular feel incomplete, and perhaps were the biggest limitations of these cuts. Just enough details to get the gist, there were several bands of the first settlement set up to be alpha hunters, but fell short in the grand scheme of things. This really reared its head near the end of the movie, where the big rush to accomplish Viola's goal felt very simplistic, weak, and though justice filled, was not the epic conclusion I expected. Oh well, it at least kept to its physics so I'll take it to some degree.

The VERDICT:

Chaos Walking was not as complex or bizarre as I had thought, but it does have fun moments and some quirks that make it a good science fiction movie. It plays well by its rules and establishes a good frontier for the new development setting. I felt it uses the gimmick of the noise quite well, and managed to give it diversity without breaking the mold and expand it to various facets of entertainment. And I liked the character development and the acting for the main characters evolving to bring those changes out. Yet, the movie has some flaws for me that needed to be ironed out to help make it better. The opening takes a little time to get off and could have used either more explanation or getting to the adventure sooner to help smooth out the annoying parts for me. In addition, the movie's gaps in explanations for the alien fauna, the potentially complicated characters, and maybe a little more into the minds of our heroes would have been greatly appreciated to tighten up the suspense of this film and help add layers to these characters. Still, for the target audience of teens and young adults who like the books/drama (and are not purists), this film works for fun entertainment value and set of laughs for this weekend. Worth the trip to theater? As a group yes, but otherwise, this film is probably best experienced at home given not much theater effects presented that a large screen makes the difference.

My Scores are:

Adventure/Sci-Fi: 6.5Movie Overall: 6.0

Chaotically BoringReviewed byMovi3DOVote: 4/10

Haha Tom Holland being a hormonal boy in this movie. In a dystopian world, young boy Todd lived in a colony with only men, and these men were plagued with the Noise, where all their internal thoughts were unfiltered and leaked out that others can hear. One day, a girl came down from space, met the colony, and stuff happened.

What I enjoyed the most was the unique premise. The boy Todd, played by Tom Holland, could not control his Noise around the girl, played by Daisy Ridley, and it gave for some funny and cringe moments.

And yeah, that's pretty much what I liked about the movie. Despite the premise, the movie went for a predictable and formulaic plot that was pretty boring for the majority of the runtime. The characters were straightforward and had little background that can make me invested in them. The cast was pretty strong, but the script didn't give them enough to shine.

Also, there were major plot points that were ignored. The ending didn't make it look like there's gonna be any sequel, so I guess I won't know much about those plots.

This movie would honestly be better as a TV series like The 100. It somehow felt rushed and empty as a 2 hour movie.

Overall, a movie with potential but was wasted with mediocre plot and characters. It's not chaotically good, but chaotically boring. No point watching this movie. 4/10.

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