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Super 8
Thriller, Mystery, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
J.J. Abrams
Joel Courtney as Joe Lamb
Riley Griffiths as Charles
Jade Griffiths as Benji Kaznyk
Britt Flatmo as Peg Kaznyk
Andrew Miller as Kaznyk Twins
Ryan Lee as Cary
Gabriel Basso as Martin
Joel McKinnon Miller as Mr. Kaznyk
Ron Eldard as Louis Dainard
Amanda Michalka as Jen Kaznyk (as AJ Michalka)
Jessica Tuck as Mrs. Kaznyk
Elle Fanning as Alice Dainard
Zach Mills as Preston
Kyle Chandler as Jackson Lamb
Storyline: SPOILER: In the summer of 1979, a group of friends in a small Ohio town witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie and soon suspect that it was not an accident. Shortly after, unusual disappearances and inexplicable events begin to take place in town, and the local Deputy tries to uncover the truth - something more terrifying than any of them could have imagined.
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Forward To The Past
Super 8 is J.J. Abrams' ultimate tribute to the films that defined executive producer Steven Spielberg's career around the same time in which the movie is set, back in 1979. It contains elements of Jaws, The Goonies, E.T and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, while also working in later favourites like Jurassic Park. But you know this already, mostly because everyone in the media discussing this film seems to be falling over themselves to remind you of how good Spielberg is. While I don't dispute this, Super 8 is Abrams' child, so without further ado, let's see what he can bring to the table.

When young Joel and his friends meet at a railway station one night to film a scene for their amateur zombie movie, they're shocked to see a car drive onto the train tracks, causing the spectacular derailment of an oncoming train we later learn was transporting top secret exhibits from Area 51. A creature not of this world manages to escape from its holding carriage, and over the next few weeks the residents of Lillian can't understand why their dogs have all fled the county, and why so many electrical appliances have gone missing.

The film is shot in a unique fashion, using a semi-sepia tone that, at times, is reminiscent of Gordon Willis' cinematography in the Godfather trilogy. Abrams includes the deliberate use of lens flare (the shining lines you sometimes get when pointing a camera at a bright light), which serves a self-reflexive purpose but can get a little irritating. The setting has been recreated beautifully, with everything from the clothes to the cars to the music contributing to the cultural landscape that was late '70s rural America.

Given the subject matter, this film certainly could have been a lot worse. What it ends up being is a slightly above-average monster movie that, for the most part, seems to ignore the fact that a monster is on the loose. How does that even make sense? Well, a big part of it is the interplay between the talented cast of completely unknown child actors, who play off a good script and show maturity in their ability to portray interpersonal hardship that one wouldn't normally associate with this genre.

The film deals with themes such as family, jealousy and friendship, and it is truly a breath of fresh air to see a mainstream movie apply some well-structured character development in a genre that has recently been plagued with nothing but cardboard cut-outs of protagonists (see: Cloverfield, Skyline and Battle LA). Let me put it this way: if you get rid of the monster, and put a touch more thought into each character's persona, Super 8 could easily pass off as an Oscar-baiting, coming-of-age drama about a boy learning to let loved ones back into his life following the traumatic death of his mother.

It is ironic, then, that the movie slips into mundane and predictable territory as soon as the monster becomes the focal point in the Final Act. All these complex and engaging relationships we've seen build between the kids take a back seat in the final half-hour, in place of a climax that lacks originality and, quite frankly, tries to be too emotional for its own good, to the point of becoming sappy. Without giving too much away, Abrams tries to humanise the creature by comparing its plight to that of Joel, and the comparison is hammered home with such ferocity (using both imagery and dialogue) as if to imply we didn't get it the first three times.

Finally, I could have gone without the delayed reveal of the monster. I find that film technique rather dated and didn't really build up as much suspense as expected. That, and the fact that when the monster is shown in its entirety, it isn't exactly the biggest payoff in movie history. As with every movie that surpasses the halfway point of my ratings system, I will recommend it, just not with the same gusto that I hoped I'd have.

*There's nothing I love more than a bit of feedback, good or bad. So drop me a line on jnatsis@iprimus.com.au and let me know what you thought of my review.*
Kids Save the World Again
JJ Abrams lends his Cloverfield monster to Steven Speilburg to be tamed by 12 year old smart a$$es. Really can't stand movies where kids are supposed to be so much more insightful than the adults and they make an organization like the US Air Force look like Ghadiffi's crack team of governmental control.

The monster changes sizes from humongous to bouncing around inside the bus.

Why was the alien hanging the humans in his cave? Why don't the humans wake up when the alien grabs them in his huge claw, but the girl wakes up when she is slapped by the candy wipe boy? Why does the army keep firing their weapons when they don't work and fly into their own forces? Why didn't the alien breakout of the train before the crash? How did the "Doctor teacher" survive the train/truck wreck ( I mean c'mon that truck would have been a flattened, charred ball of smash)?

100 more logic questions waiting to be asked/answered.
2 words... BIG Disappointment
Goonies+E.T.+ Close Encounters + Raiders = Bullshit I felt violated while watching this garbage. Yes, I'm really angry because I wasted 112 minutes of my life. That's 112 minutes that I'll never get back ever again! Lesson learned, if Spielberg is the a producer, not the writer or director, don't watch the film! Especially if J. J. Abrams is the writer. He sucks as a writer I mean come on!! Everything is so predictable. There are no surprises on the way. Super 8 isn't as touching as ET, as puzzling as Close Encounters, or as thrilling as Raiders, or has heart, humor and sheer storytelling like Goonies, this is just a compilation of them and turned it into a rambling film. This will stand as one of the film year's biggest letdowns.
save your money, It's just another humans are bad and everything else is good
The movies makes no sense's at all and sucks. It's just another humans are bad and everything else in the universe is good movie we all come to love and know.(spoilers alert) here's the whole movie in a nut shell, a advance alien crashes here on earth, and somehow we catch it, then start to torture it…why???? we'll darn it, why not were humans and that's what we do. Later it peacefully tells the black science guy it's peaceful and just wants to go home, later the black guy crashes his pickup truck into a speeding train and lives to help the giant alien to escape, but is killed by humans later for helping the alien, the kids film the train crash, witch plays no part in the movie at all except for the fact they along with the whole town knows the train crashed, the military destroys and lies and just screws everything up, the alien then makes a rocket out of the towns water tank and fly's away and everyone's dogs go missing but are later to be just relocated to far away places for no purpose I can figure out. the end that's it.
The best film I've seen this summer that will go into my DVD collection.
It was either this or Green Lantern which honestly is getting pummeled by the critics for being the worst superhero movie for a while (it's being compared to Cat Woman *shudders*). Having watched only the first trailer of Super 8, I entered the theater expecting something along the lines of Cloverfield (loved that movie). What I got was something along the lines of E.T., which in my books, is a good thing. Super 8 - to my utter surprise wasn't some super awesome monster as I initially expected but a motion picture film format.

In a fictional town of Lillian in Ohio, Joe Lamb (Joel Courtney) lost his mother to an accident at the factory. His father, Deputy Sheriff Jackson Lamb (Kyle Chandler) had never had the need to be a father until now. Unable to cope with the loss, a resilient Joe finds solace in an amateur zombie film he and his gang of misfit friends are making. His friends are Charles (Riley Griffiths), the best friend 'production values, production values' director; Cary (Ryan Lee), the bug eyed zombie explosives expert; Martin (Gabriel Basso), the pipsqueak zombie detective and Preston (Zach Mills), the geeky, smart cameraman. Charles manages the rope in 'oh my god you spoke to her' Alice Dainard (Elle Fanning) to play the detectives soon to be zombie wife.

What unfolds next is what Po the panda would call 'AWESOME!' The kids are thrown in the midst of a train crash caused by their professor Dr. Woodward (Glynn Turman) that releases thousands of metal objects that are the size of Rubik's cube, along with something else. Soon the Air Force under the command of Colonel Nelec (Noah Emmerich), is all over the wreckage and the town that is marred by mysterious events - from missing electronics and people, to runaway dogs. So while the adults are busy with the chaos, the kids carry on making their film while solving the mystery in their spare time.

The casting hits the nail on the head. Joel Courtney as the movie's protagonist does an impressive job in his very first film, showcasing the emotional depth the character demanded. Riley Griffiths was just right as a stressed out director whose constant gripes about completing his film were entertaining. He, like Joel's character had a crush on Elle Fanning who is fantastic; nothing more to it. Ryan Lee is a complete scene stealer with his funny one liner, Gabriel Basso's constant whining and Zach Mills as the totally non-obnoxious know-it-all is nostalgia stirringly good. These kids together carry the film from the first funeral scene to the climax. This is as film about them, everything else is secondary.

Kyle Chandler as the edgy father/deputy does justice to his character with controlled sentiments. Ron Eldard as Louis Dainard was believable as the remorseful drunk father while Glynn Turman and Noah Emmerich had one dimensional straightforward roles.

Character development was a bit of a mixed bag with a good amount of back story for the three main characters while everyone else was left in the dark. This doesn't bother you as much though, because it isn't of high importance in the complete picture. CGI was good and doesn't overshadow the actual actors. The soundtrack composed by Michael Giacchino echoes the emotions shown on the screen but fails to leave a mark. The story written by J.J. Abrams has plenty of potholes but with the compelling way it is presented with humor, drama and mystery; you tend to turn a blind eye to it.

This is out and out a Steven Spielberg film from the moment the Amblin logo shows up on the screen. As pointed out by numerous people, this film does feel like homage to sci-fi films made by him in the 1970's and 80's that were power packed with emotions and drama. J.J. Abrams at the helm makes you relive that childhood with wise wittiness and nerve wrecking scares with eerie excellence. He is turning into one skillful story teller.

The best film I've seen this summer that will go into my DVD collection. Oh and btw, wait for the credits to roll by to see one of the best parts of the movie; the completed zombie film.
This Super-(8)-GARBAGE gets 8+ rating on IMDb!
Several other reviewers have aptly said what all I want to say about this pathetic excuse of a movie. The movie is boring, stupid & an utter thrash. Why SS would associate himself with it, we might never know.

The story meanders along slowly. The scenes are SUPER clichéd. You just know whats going to happen next. Majority of the film is in dark. Its annoying just like the other one produced by JJ, Cloverfield. The monster is always in the dark & we only get to see its glimpses & when we do its so frickin ugly that that in itself is a huge turn-off.

I don't know what people see in such stupid film-making that the rating goes 8+. I hope it will settle around a number that it truly deserves.

This isn't homage to Spielberg. Its an insult. SS classics not only had a good story & great direction but the monsters/aliens/dinosaurs were also "visible" in broad day light. Shooting in dark with few cut scenes of the "selling-point" of your movie is worst kind of film-making.
Nostalgia Not of the Cynical Kind
It is nostalgia ridden like many other films have been this past decade, the only difference is it's not of the cynical kind.

The film's narrative FELT all over the place (probably more the plot than the narrative) - there was a certain tightness missing from this that was present in J.J. Abrams' previous film but, other than that, everything else did exactly what it's supposed to. The kids are both engaging and entertaining, the monster turns out to be quite frightening, the dialogue's great, the acting's great, visual effects, cinematography- everything's on point.

It felt like I was watching a proper film! I mean it seems too much to ask for from our blockbusters these days.
Super 8.....super... hmmm just OK!
I really wanted to love this movie. Having grown up in the 80's blessed with so many classic Spielberg movies the thought him making one with JJ Abrahams was tantalizing. Unfortunately, it seems that by working together they have simply produced a compilation of all there best ideas which when put together into an entire movie simply don't wash. There were so many ideas taken from past Spielberg movies, Jaws, Close encounters, ET just to name a few. Then into to the mix comes JJ with his Lost / Cloverfield (which I love) mystery monster adult story. The result is a continued battle between a touching, funny, kids Spielberg movie with a confusing, alien monster that kills soldiers and has unbelievable power which as the story unfolds becomes absurd as to how the Army ever had control of it in the first place. This simply did not at up at all! To keep it simple these two movie styles should be kept separate. When they are combined together there is not enough of either to satisfy. Through the majority of the movie I just sat there thinking I've seen this before, I know what's going to happen next, it was better in the eighties. Cloverfield was far better, The Goonies was a classic, ET was a classic, Close Encounters was a classic, Jaws was a classic. This unfortunately was not!
Nothing's really explained!
The movie is quite interesting...for about 30 minutes. Then things fall apart. It slows way down. Strange events happen over and over (and over again!) However, I was still interested in finding out what was really going on and wanted to know the cause of the events. However, the ending is quite contrived and everything that happens to save the day happens quite conveniently. But the real bummer is that nothing's really explained. Just like in Abram's TV series LOST, he doesn't bother to give answers to a whole bunch of questions. However, the worst part of this movie is the last two minutes...it's unbelievably schmaltzy and not worthy for anything but a movie that's intended for six-year-olds.
Not only a complete waste of my time reading this review is a waste of yours
This is a block buster movie big money to make and big money being made. Nothing I write here will change that, if you are reading this you saw the film and are only looking for conformation of your pain in having wasted your time watching even the trailer, or the film at the end credits which is about as good as this film gets. I would use this film as an example in my future life as an example where propaganda breaks down and is digested to a more solid form and then deposited in the earth. The main hope being is that someone will watch this and say I can make a better film, and with any luck that someone will be 5 years old and will try. In this regard it may be a good idea to take a catatonic budding 5 year old film maker to the film to show that even brain dead boilermakers can make films and make loads of money, the key points being pay off the popular critics and the zombie critics on IMDb will follow. I have nothing nice to say liked the yellow with the black go fast stripe on it, but how did it survive the train wreck with out getting even a little dirty, craps is a game of dice this movie on misses the s. If you did not see the film please disregard this review and go for a walk.
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