Annihilation

2018

Adventure / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller

12
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 67%
IMDb Rating 7 10 0 128899

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Reviewed by dheerlein27 10 / 10

A Mind-Bending Sci-Fi Masterpiece

Sometimes you see a good movie, sometimes you see a great movie, and sometimes you see a movie that has such sheer ambition and grandiosity that you can't help but marvel at what the medium of film is able to accomplish. Annihilation generates so much wonder in a two-hour runtime that the it feels like its bursting at its seams. It makes every other movie that has come out in last several years feel diminutive in comparison. Natalie Portman yet again delivers a staggering performance, and one that manages to stand out against the engulfing nature of her environment. To give away anything deeper would rob you of some of the unbounded awe the film will give rise to, so I will stop there.

The world built in Annihilation is so rich, terrifying, and mystifying. In the middle of the film, I couldn't help but think how I could spend another ten hours in that chair just exploring what else it had to share. I'm more than thankful I was able to even spend two hours there.

Reviewed by Hellmant 9 / 10

Very dark and bizarrely beautiful sci-fi masterpiece, but I can also see why some don't like it.

'ANNIHILATION': Four and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

The new science fiction horror flick from writer/director Alex Garland (who also performed both duties on 2014's 'EX MACHINA'). It's about a biologist who volunteers to lead an expedition into a dangerous environmental zone, after her husband comes out of the zone seriously injured, and the sole survivor of his expedition. It's based on the novel, of the same name, by Jeff VanderMeer. The film stars Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, Tuva Novotny and Oscar Isaac. It's gotten nearly unanimous positive reviews from critics, but it also performed really poorly at a test screening (which prompted a Netflix release overseas, instead of a theatrical one). I think the film is a very dark and bizarrely beautiful sci-fi masterpiece, and I can also see why a lot of people won't like it.

A year has passed since a team of soldiers entered an environmental disaster zone, and never returned. One soldier, named Kane (Isaac), suddenly reappears, much to the desperate relief of his biologist wife Lena (Portman), but he doesn't remember where he's been or how he got home. Then he has a sudden medical emergency, and is rushed to a hospital. In an attempt to help him, Lena decides to join a team of all female scientists, on an expedition back into the environmental zone. Things of course don't go as planned.

The movie is very hauntingly beautiful, and it's especially highlighted by an awesomely haunting score, and some breathtaking visuals. The story is interesting, but it's definitely slow-paced, and the climax is much more of an intellectual payoff than a spectacular action scene (which many viewers might be hoping for). So I can definitely see why some people would hate this film, but I loved it. It's one I definitely won't forget anytime soon too, and it's great to see Natalie Portman (my old favorite actress) back in top form!

Reviewed by Alondro 4 / 10

Horror, thinly disguised as sci-fi.

There is nothing deep about this movie. Apparently people find obvious and ancient concepts tossed about since Plato deep and compelling these days because they don't know any better.

As for 'sci-fi', there is NOTHING scientific about this. "Alien" had more science in it. This might as well have been an invasion by fairies using magic to mess with us, hell, it would've actually made more sense.

Yet another horribly over-rated movie by people who wish to seem smart when mediocrity is beyond their comprehension.

It wasn't the worst sci-fi movie of late. But it didn't offer anything interesting or have anything profound to say.

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