While Martian in combat machines surface across the Terra, the horror of the assault is depicted from head to foot the eyes of one American family who turn thumbs down on to bestow up the keep away from for survival. Steven Spielberg retells H. G. Wells' imaginative science fiction classic.
War of the Worlds (* * * out of four) is even scarier than Tom Cruise's behavior lately.
Director Steven Spielberg's summer blockbuster has knockout special effects, masterful cinematography, and terrifying and suspenseful sequences. Above all, it is relentless. Its explosive, non-stop action brings to mind Saving Private Ryan's indelible opening battle sequence.
But expect a logical plot, and you'll walk out of the theater with a host of questions, mostly concerning procedural points of the alien attack. The story, adapted from H.G. Wells' 1898 classic, stars Cruise as a divorced dad who has been derelict in his paternal duties. When his kids visit, Dad makes feeble attempts to connect with his daughter (Dakota Fanning) and son (Justin Chatwi...
This was such a dissapointment, I wasn't expecting high art but even as a big money film, this was almost too poor for words. A nonsensce script that was full of holes, Video cameras and car headlights working in a electrical blackout, a totally unmotivated parting of two main characters (to illistrate a laboured point about Cruise's parenting skills) leading to an unexplained introduction to Tim Robbins character which in turn leads to a truly unsubtle justification for Guanatamo Bay to mention just a few.
The real shame of it is that the two moments of genuine tension are ruined because the rest of the story telling is so cheap the film doesn't earn it. Almost unmitigatted rubbish from a Director who must know that this is substandard. The ending is so stupid and unear...
War of the Worlds Aliens turn America into an abattoir in this intense Steven Spielberg movie. Tom Cruise stars as the dad trying to keep his estranged kids ahead of the wave of destruction
There is one moment in Spielberg's War Of The Worlds where fleeing people pause at a level crossing. Suddenly an express train blazes by, every shattered window billowing fire. That train is this film. By the time the end credits roll, you'll be in the foetal position.
The days when audiences kicked back their heels and laughed at the vaporisation of the White House in Independence Day are long gone. Ironic destruction is pass??. War Of The Worlds has a pummelling, exhausting intensity, moving from mass extermination to private claustrophobic horrors - in Spielbergian terms, ...
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