After Earth

2013

Action / Adventure / Drama / Fantasy / Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller

832
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 11%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 36%
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 193773

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Synopsis


Uploaded By: OTTO
September 20, 2013 at 01:12 PM

Cast

Will Smith as Cypher Raige
Zoë Kravitz as Senshi Raige
Sophie Okonedo as Faia Raige
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
754.05 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 3 / 17
1.44 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 6 / 23

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thefolenangel 5 / 10

The most blatant example of Hollywood nepotism

From the director of—"Oh, God, not him again"comes Will Smith's biggest mistake since turning down The Matrix.

After Earth.

Get ready for the story of a talented celebrity Dad and his less talented bratty kid...who takes on a challenge he's not ready for. Watch as Will Smith, one of the world's most charismatic actors, plays a man with no charisma named Cypher Raige. But when father and son are forced to bond, disaster strikes as they crash on a terrifying version of after Earth...

"Every thing on this planet has evolved to kill humans."

And watch a movie of Will Smith watching a movie of Jaden Smith in the most blatant example of Hollywood nepotism since the 3rd generation of Wayan's Brothers.

This movie is too dumb on too many levels.

Reviewed by gegembauer-595-340091 8 / 10

I'm glad I watched this film regardless all negative reviews...

I use IMDb for years and always trusted the reviews given by other members when considering watching a film or not. I'm writing this as my first review not only to give a good rate to a good film and say that I disagree with all these bad reviews, but also to say that in my opinion what we see here is a sequence of negative reviews motivated by the opinion of others. I decided to watch the film without any prejudgement to find out that this is actually a very good movie. Yes, Will Smith performance is 'cold', but this is who the character is! And I can't see anything wrong with Jaden Smith's performance, he delivers exactly what is required from the story and the character. I enjoyed the way the story is structured and told. There are all elements that make an action/sci-fi movie interesting and enjoyable. The lesson I learned: Don't always believe reviews and criticism given to a movie. Make your own mind!

Reviewed by bushtony 1 / 10

Fear is a choice...so is making films like AFTER EARTH

Apparently, 130 million dollars was burned through to achieve this. I can only imagine the studio must have insured it for a billion in order to make a huge claim. It has to be a scam. I can discern no other explanation for it. I am a firm believer that hardly anyone would deliberately set out to make a bad movie. But...to green light a project that was clearly potentially financial and definitely artistic suicide from the outset is either unparallelled lunacy or a caper of some sort. Evidence being that the script alone could not have been any more of a monolithic flop indicator if it came with giant neon signs spelling out M-E-G-A T-U-R-K-E-Y in flashing twelve-foot high letters.

At this point I'm not going to go into the plot in any depth but I am going to raise the issue of the atrocious acting from both father and son. Papa Smith needs to drop the kid. I mean, I know blood is thicker than water and all, but this child is never going to be an actor and he's just going to stink up any project he's ever involved in. Yes, I know, I know it's really hard for any parent to accept that their child is truly useless at something as easy as a running and jumping game of pretend in front of a green screen, but we all have to face facts. Kid is a dead loss. Find him another career or just pay him to stay at home or, maybe even let him find his own way in the world. He has no acting talent whatsoever. Accept it, get over it and move on.

The same might soon be said for Papa Smith if he can't turn in something better than this these days. He played his role with all the animation, charisma, presence and dramatic expression of a plank of balsa. I accept that he was portraying someone who is an expert at controlling their emotions, but he achieved the nigh-on impossible feat of making Keanu Reeve's moribund turn in THE DAY MY FACE STOOD STILL seem a master-class example of the thespian art. Smith senior stares intensely into the camera a lot, grunts and puffs a bit when his legs are broken and goes to sleep every so often then wakes up again looking a bit groggy. All the time those trademark jug-ears make him look like an Easter Island head with satellite dishes on either side. Smith Junior, meanwhile, has his stunt double run and jump about the place until he gets a close-up wherein he wildly furrows his brow, loses control of his jaw, pops his eyes and telegraphs episodes of respiratory failure with all the conviction of a burned-out porn star simulating an orgasm. Both father and son should pause for thought and take stock.

Here's another thing – career moves born out of personal obsessions are sometimes not the way to go. I get that certain Hollywood types feel the need to voraciously ram their pretentious hobbies and eccentricities into the eager faces of their audiences, but just go make an advert or take out a page in a paper if you feel the need. Frittering away 130 mil on an extended propaganda piece for your favourite sci-fi mock-religious cult baloney is nothing short of obscene. Travolta had a shot at it and bombed. Smith's attempt may make back some of the dough, but even so it's truly awful cinema. Should Cruise ever step up to the plate marked "Egocentric Vanity Jerk" I expect the results to be pretty much the same.

Performances aside, along with the Scientology mumbo-jumbo, if the film had been any good I would be much more forgiving. But it's a predictable CGI drag from beginning to end that boringly rehashes some sci-fi iconography from other much more creatively original sources. The core philosophy/message is the simplistic mantra of "you have nothing to fear but fear itself." Whoo-hoo! Ya think?

M. Knight Charlatan directs in a listless and linear way and the narrative has no twists or turns – it just ploughs the same one-note furrow from beginning to end. Some of the CG eye-candy grabs the attention for brief periods, but it's mostly dull and drab. The dialogue has no spark or life and consists of daisy chained clichés or terse blocks of hilarious cod-philosophical speech. "Danger is real, but fear is a choice." Yeah, well "Bowel actions are real, but toilet paper is a choice." Next?

Just as most filmmakers don't deliberately make bad films most film-watchers don't deliberately want to dislike or not enjoy the films they watch. And I'm of that ilk. But I am struggling to find much positive to say about AFTER EARTH. Even so, globally it took around 243 mil at the box office and there are rumours of a sequel. If the sequel is real then my fear definitely isn't a choice. In that case I'll overcome my fear through avoidance. Works for me.

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