Old (2021) 1080p YIFY Movie

Old (2021) 1080p

This summer, visionary filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan unveils a chilling, mysterious new thriller about a family on a tropical holiday who discover that the secluded beach where they are relaxing for a few hours is somehow causing them to age rapidly - reducing their entire lives into a single day. —Universal Pictures

IMDB: 5.82 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.00G
  • Resolution: 1920*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 108
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: PG-13
  • Peers/Seeds: 40 / 1301

The Synopsis for Old (2021) 1080p

This summer, visionary filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan unveils a chilling, mysterious new thriller about a family on a tropical holiday who discover that the secluded beach where they are relaxing for a few hours is somehow causing them to age rapidly - reducing their entire lives into a single day. —Universal Pictures

The Director and Players for Old (2021) 1080p

[Director]M. Night Shyamalan
[Role:]Vicky Krieps
[Role:]Gael Garcia Bernal
[Role:]Rufus Sewell

The Reviews for Old (2021) 1080p

If All The World's A Stage, Why Do We Need A Movie Theater?Reviewed bybobliptonVote: 5/10

A bunch of tourists go to a luxury resort, and then head out to a very private beach. When they reach there, they find strange things: a couple of corpses, some wreckage, and then they begin to age physically themselves, at a rate that will have the children in the group dead of old age in 36 hours.

I'm not giving any spoiler alert on this, because if you've seen the trailers, you know this already. This being an M. Night Shyamalan movie, we expect twists and turns, and mysteries within mysteries. A very good cast, including Gael Garcia Bernal, and what looked to be some very interesting prosthetic and CGI special effect offered the prospect of a movie layered like an onion.

The technical side was well handled, but as to the layers of mystery, they weren't there. The script might have meditated on the seven ages of man. Instead it was more intent on cataloguing the minutiae of the situation, and asserting that being physically old increases your vocabulary and gives you a fine, philosophic attitude, even though you've only got six years of experience. This may be as you like it, but I am not interested in winning flame wars with people who insist things should be absolutely consistent in a fantasy. It's a fantasy. If your goal in life is to demonstrate that you're a better film maker than Shyamalan, then get out of your parents' basement and wangle a job in the industry. For me, the point of fantasy and science fiction are are to offer us a chance to look at a philosophic problem without considering all the messy, real-life details that clutter up a discussion, the unhappy childhood of Sauron, the whataboutism of the Elves cheating the dwarves out of their fees, so they're no better..... real life is messy, real life is complicated, real life requires constant, wary compromise, but fantasy allows us to consider matters and say "What if" without distraction.

Except if you don't really care about the question, you're just more interested in working out how people age at a rate of 20,000:1 in detail, and winning the argument in that Reddit chat room. I sympathize. I've been there, I've done that, and I've grown up. Not just physically, but also emotionally and philosophically. Some, anyway.

M Knight keeps swingingReviewed byferguson-6Vote: 5/10

Greetings again from the darkness. THE SIXTH SENSE (1999) and UNBREAKABLE (2000) created a movie bond with filmmaker M Night Shyamalan that will always exist. In other words, I continue to go into each of his projects with hopeful expectations of another classic. Of course, some have been pretty good (SPLIT, 2016), while others are barely watchable (THE LAST AIRBENDER, 2010). His latest lands somewhere in the middle, but does feature a stunning beach setting (Dominican Republic) - one whose tropical beauty hides a sinister reality.

The film's synopsis is captured in the trailer: tourists experience a mystifying and terrifying phenomenon while on a day trip to a gorgeous secluded beach. The director adapted the film from the 2010 graphic novel "Sandcastle", written by Pierre-Oscar Levy and Frederick Peeters. Shyamalan specializes in one thing: big and creative ideas. He is a risk-taking filmmaker, but one not always focused on execution, coherence, or details. Especially awkward here is the dialogue. None of these characters talk like real people. Lending to the awkwardness is the attention given to each character's name and occupation ... except for the kids, where age is the significant data.

Due to the nature of the story (and the effects of the beach), the cast is significantly larger than the number of characters. We ride along with one family as they first approach the luxury resort. Insurance actuary Guy (Gael Garcia Bernal) and his wife, museum curator Prisca (Vicky Krieps) are vacationing with their 11 year old daughter Maddox (Alexa Swinton) and 6 year old son Trent (Nolan River). The couple clearly have a strained relationship and appear headed for a break-up. Encouraged by the resort manager to spend the day at a secret remote beach, they are joined by Charles (Rufus Sewell), a surgeon, his calcium-deficient trophy wife Chrystal (Abbey Lee), their young daughter Kara, and the doctor's elderly mother Agnes (Kathleen Chalfant). Another couple is there as well, nurse Jarin (Ken Leung) and his wife Patricia (Nikki Amuka-Bird), a psychologist. Already at the beach when they arrive is rap star Mid-sized Sedan (Aaron Pierre), replete with bloody nose and the corpse of the woman who accompanied him.

It's best not to go into specifics about the progression of things for these folks on the beach, but it can be noted that they frantically try to find a way back to the resort. When all attempts prove unsuccessful, that ridiculous dialogue fills in many of the gaps for us, though you should know the science doesn't hold up ... think of it as fantasy instead. As their day at the beach moves forward, other actors take over: Alex Wolff and Thomasin McKenzie are teenage Trent and Maddox, Eliza Scanlen is Kara, and later, Emun Elliott and Embeth Davidtz become Trent and Maddox. It becomes frustrating for viewers as the professions are emphasized: Guy spouts statistics at every turn, Prisca discloses she's not a pathologist, and Patricia attempts to get everyone to bring their feelings to group. Ugh.

Despite the many missteps and the overall mess of characterizations, Shyamalan (who also appears as the driver who drops them at the beach) does serve up a creative idea - one that will likely get viewers questioning their own mortality. Mental illness is addressed in a crude manner with Rufus Sewell (a fine actor) bearing the brunt of a poor script, while physical afflictions and the effects of age come off a bit better. The strange looking woman serving up custom cocktails at the resort is Francesca Eastwood (Clint's daughter), and Shyamalan's patented plot twist ending does make sense and even has a contemporary feel to it.

At least its originalReviewed bydickchennyVote: 6/10

What to watch? The new gi joe? How about f9? No I think we will settle for old.

This movie is unlike any movie I've ever seen, the acting is strange, the plot is strange, the camera work is nauseating at times. And some of the reveals are not done amazingly.

But at least its original, the plot makes sense, and when talking about it to my friends I found I always had the proper answer for peoples actions and decision making.

The best characters are midsized sidan and the crazy doctor and his wife.

The movie has many scenes of exposition that is not hid very well, but overall I think its a movie that begs being seen. I in no way regret watching it and in fact want to watch it again to solidify my opinion .

In a time with a lot of movies that you have already seen I guarantee that love it or hate it, you haven't seen anything like it.

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