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After Earth [Blu-ray] 
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After Earth is a science-fiction thriller film directed by M. Night Shyamalan, starring real-life father and son Will and Jaden Smith as Cypher and Kitai Raige.
A crash landing on Earth, 1,000 years after cataclysmic events that forced humanity to abandon the planet, leaves teenager Kitai Raige (Jaden Smith) and his father General Cypher Raige (Will Smith) stranded. With Cypher critically injured, Kitai must embark on a perilous journey to signal for help so they can return to humanity's new home Nova Prime, facing uncharted terrain, evolved animal species that now rule the planet, and an unstoppable alien creature that escaped during the crash. The father and son must learn to work together and learn to trust one another if they want any chance of escaping Earth and returning home.
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After Earth is a shocking film to include some big names on both the production (M. Night Shyamalan) and the front-of-house (Smith) - the CGI is shoddy at points, the scenery is nonsensical, the geology positively laughable; the whole planet freezes at night, yet despite this point during the day is a lush, steamy tropical jungle. I know what you are thinking; "it's a film, that's the idea" but it's paradoxical in its own canon to the point where you just don't care any more. There are troops of howler monkeys that have exactly the same biology as us (98% dontcha know) yet Kitai has to use some sort of breathing fluid to breathe Earth's air where they are fine - a plot-hinging point.Read more ›
I love sci-fi films, I generally like Will Smith, but even this could not prepare me for the bad acting by both "Smith's" and the general feeling of boredom I felt while watching this film. This is no "Men in Black" 1, 3 or even 2!
The reason Earth was abandoned and general scene setting was over quicker than a bolt of lightning, the character building was virtually non-existent and tedious. While there are special effects, post Avatar and Star Trek : Into Darkness, they are extremely poor and fairly shortlived.
Much of the film is a sort of Predator for kids in that the bulk of the film is Jaden (Smith Junior) running through a jungle trying to avoid an escaped alien they brought with them on their spaceship which crashed on the long ago abandoned planet of Earth. With Predator however you really did fear the alien and care about the humans, in this film, I did start to wonder if humanity would have been better off dying on Earth all those years ago. At least they wouldn't be able to make films as bad as this in the future!
It could have been a good film given the huge budget and a decent actor however this is Will Smith at his worst supported by, what could easily prove to be Jaden's final film (lets hope so). I would suggest buying Star Trek if you like Sci-fi and want to pre-order a great Sci-fi Blu-ray.Read more ›
This ticked all the boxes for me.Recommended.
Plot: A soldier and his son (Cypher and Kitai) crash land on planet Earth a thousand years after humankind were forced to flee. With his father's (Will Smith) legs broken, Kitai (Jaden Smith) must go out into the now feral world to retrieve their rescue beacon. Kitai has always wanted to be a respected soldier like his father and now he will get his chance needing to overcome unforgivable terrain and lots of hungry, mutated animals in order to reach his goal.
This has to be one of the worst sci-fi summer blockbusters ever made. Part of the blame can go towards M. Night Shayamalan who, with each film (The Village, Lady in the water, The last airbender) seems to be getting tragically worse. But this whole project was dreamed up, partly paid for and completely pushed forward by Will Smith to try and get his son Jaden, into the Hollywood limelight.
The script is incredibly bad with some of the cheesiest lines you will ever hear in a big screen blockbuster. I can not for one minute, understand why a talented actor like Will Smith, actually believes in his sons talents as an actor. I have seen him in 3 films now and he simply can not act, he is wooden to the core and looks completely uninterested in what he is supposed to be doing. He seems to have a very limited emotional range and the role he plays here called for a top notch emotional actor, something poor Jaden is no where near.Read more ›
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This is a movie where MR.SMITH seams to have a more serious but arragent
Side - which proves the guy really is a great actor who can play comedy and serious. Read more
good movie, shame there's a lack of Will Smith in the action thoughPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
When will this director work out that he just can't do films? They say that George Lucas struggles with directing and is just awful with dialogue (but is excellent with concepts... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr David Bellamy