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July 2, Rating: 6. July 1, Rating: D Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jan 14, Delevingne is an excellent actor if she can make me believe the horrible dialogue in this film.
The film looks great. That's the most I can really say for it. Morris N Super Reviewer. Jul 02, From Luc Besson comes the sci-fi adventure film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, a visual spectacle that's a fest for the eyes but not much else.
Based on a graphic novel series, the story follows a pair of special agents who are tasked with uncovering the source of a mysterious radiation that's infecting the space station Alpha and threatens to destroy it.
Unfortunately Dane DeHaan is horribly miscast and has no chemistry with co-star Cara Delevingne. DeHaan lacks the charm and charisma needed to pull off the character, which is a fatal flaw of the film.
Also problematic is the overload of weird aliens and futuristic technology making the film incredibly convoluted and hard to follow.
Yet, there are some amazing special effects and some really interesting set and creature designs. And the score isn't that bad either.
Dann M Super Reviewer. Feb 14, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets falls perfectly into that category of a film full of visual splendor and technical marvel but without a solid story to build around.
Besson had major tent-pole actors like Bruce Willis, Liam Neeson, or Jason Statham to build and start these journeys with in his other films. For Valerian, one he self describes as his 'life's work', it feels most of the budget went to everything but the actors.
Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne deliver staccato performances because of chopped and skewered dialogue reserved to one liners. One of the major problems of the film is its tonal shifts from syfy goofiness, to life-or-death seriousness, flipped to a romantic comedy before finishing with an action-heavy, save-the-day style climax.
It's all over the place. The plot follows much of the same bounciness. Perhaps it's because Besson wanted to follow the comic and include as much as he could from the first issue, or maybe he just felt like showing off as much of the universe as he could, but while each 'side mission' may have some some small relevance to the overall story, it's tough to care about a pretty bland tale when you spend 30 minutes venturing off the path.
But even with all the commotion between the themes shifting every so often and the plot never staying true to its course, Valerian a title given for the main character's name , is a beauty to watch.
You can tell there was meticulous time spent crafting each character in real life and CGI. Valerian won't match any of the previous films Besson bestowed upon us in the past despite him thinking this was his magnum opus, but it will leave you with a pleasant feeling should you decide to watch based on an a relatively clean outcome and a visual roller coaster ride to take you there.
Lane Z Super Reviewer. Jan 15, Awesome name right, flippin' awesome. I've never heard of this comicbook series but apparently its one of the biggest Franco-Belgian titles around.
There is also an animated series of this comic too, who'd of thought it. I really liked the basic setup for this movie. Via flashbacks in the opening credits we are told the story of the International Space Station ISS.
It starts off historically accurate showcasing the station being placed into Earth's orbit, and then slowly over the years sections being added and different countries joining the crew.
But as we progress further into the future things obviously become more fictional with the station growing larger and larger and eventually alien creatures greeting humans on-board in diplomatic, historical events.
It gets to a point where ISS is so big it becomes a danger to Earth, so its moved off into deep space and renamed 'Alpha'. And thus we have the massive space city of a thousand planets referring to all the alien species that live within the city.
This one concept is fantastic, love it. The rest of the films plot not so much. Essentially what we have is yet another Avatar-esque story surrounding a primitive race of aliens that have their home planet unceremoniously wiped out by nasty humans.
It wasn't an intentional act mind you but whatever. These aliens infiltrate the massive Alpha city to assimilate human knowledge in order to build a new ship that can recreate their home world I didn't understand this part.
This also involved finding a couple mcguffins and some kidnapping hijinks, which in turn brings in our human protagonists, Major Valerian Dane DeHaan and Sergeant Laureline Cara Delevingne to solve the case.
Right lets look at the best part of this movie, in fact its the only good thing in this movie. So Valerian and Laureline have been tasked with finding the 'Mül converter', a creature that can clone anything it eats, and it can apparently eat anything?
This meant going to a vast open desert which is the location of an extra-dimensional market place, and tourist attraction.
Within the extra-dimensional marketplace they must infiltrate an alien gangsters lair to steal said converter. So basically what this means is, somewhere else in the universe and in another dimension there is this huge Tatooine-esque town and market.
But the only way to reach or visit it is via special attire that allows the user to cross space and time in an instant. The user is basically a projected hologram in the distant extra-dimensional market place; whilst back in the desert the user walks around almost like they're using a virtual reality headset.
At the same time Valerian is able to use smaller versions of this technology in the form of a simple cube device. This allows him to simply put his hand into the cube which contains a portal of sorts.
So on one side of the cube his hand is in the extra-dimensional market place, like a dismembered floating hand; whilst the rest of him is still in the desert in relative safety.
It all sounds quite complex and its hard to explain in writing, but trust me its a fantastic bit of futuristic visual fantasy. In short what we get for the first half of this movie after a rather soppy beginning involving the primitive alien race is a superb slice of science fiction that encapsulates amazing imagination, mind boggling futuristic technology, wonderfully designed alien beings, an atmospheric setting, and a thrilling rollercoaster of a ride.
Admittedly its not all perfectly original as we've all seen sandy alien marketplaces before But here lies the problem with this movie.
After this mesmerising sequence of innovative action the entire movie literally falls to pieces, its crumbles under its own weight.
For a start it won't have escaped your attention that the two protagonists are utterly terrible and miscast. Both DeHaan and Delevingne come across like emotionless robots with glazed over eyes.
Goofs In the opening scene of the movie an American Apollo and Russian Soyuz craft link up. The distance shot is of the correct two craft but the docking footage is actually from an Apollo command module looking at an Apollo lunar module.
Quotes [ first lines ] President of the World State Federation : [ broadcast appearance ] The Alpha intergalactic space station has reached critical mass in orbit.
Its weight and size now poses a serious threat to mother Earth. In its great wisdom, the Central Committee has decided to use all resources necessary to release the space station from Earth's gravity.
Its new course is set with the Magellan Current. Like the great explorer Magellan, the Alpha station will journey into the unknown.
The symbol of our values and knowledge, it will carry a Crazy Credits The subtitle of this film, City of a Thousand Planets, is an amalgam of the titles of the first two Valerian comics, "City of Shifting Waters," and "Empire of a Thousand Planets.
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Major Valerian. Sergeant Laureline. Commander Arun Filitt. Jolly the Pimp. Defence Minister. Sergeant Neza. General Okto-Bar. The suits kind of remind me of the suits from Pacific Rim.
Luc Besson, who now heads Europacorp, previously brought us The Big Blue, Nikita, Leon, The Fifth Element, and Lucy. Valerian Genre: Science-Fiction Directed by: Luc Besson Starring: Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen Release Date: July 21, Tags: Cara Delevingne , Clive Owen , Dane DeHaan , July , Luc Besson , Science-Fiction , Valerian.
Valerian The movie Valerian: trailer, clips, photos, soundtrack, news and much more! Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Movie Song June 29th, Release date: July 21, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Movie directed by Luc Besson June 21st, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Trailer May 25th, Check out this new trailer of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, the new awesome science-fiction extravaganza directed by French Filmmaker Luc Besson: VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS Based on the groundbreaking graphic novel comes a vision a lifetime in the making.
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