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Moonfall 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA | UK | Canada | China
Genre: Animation, Action
IMDB: 5.2
Producer: Roland Emmerich
Cast: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Charlie Plummer, Wenwen Yu, Michael Peña, Carolina Bartczak, Zayn Maloney, Ava Weiss, Hazel Nugent, Chris Sandiford, Jonathan Maxwell Silver, Eme Ikwuakor, Stephen Bogaert, Maxim Roy, Ryan Bommarito, Kathleen Fee, Donald Sutherland.
Moonfall 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p

In the story, NASA executive and former astronaut Jo Fowler must make an enormous effort to save Earth from a descending moon that threatens to destroy the planet. However, she can convince only one astronaut and another conspiracy theorist that she really has the key to save the planet.

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"Every director makes the same movie his whole life" - a common phrase for many directors would sound like a lazy generalization, but not for Roland Emmerich: it seems as if he is even proud of this status. "Independence Day," "2012," "The Day After Tomorrow" - again and again the Earth on the brink finds itself saved by a hero willy-nilly. Going to the theater to see "Falling Moon" is the fairest bargain: if you're ready to see the sprawling disaster movie one more time, you'll get exactly what you're waiting for. If the chronicle of civilization's demise bores you, you shouldn't even bother trying to start saying goodbye to the world.

So, the moon spirals gradually out of orbit and nears Earth: gravity revolts, tides erode cities, and NASA shrugs its hands. The reason for the faithful satellite's change of course is hidden somewhere in the craters of the Sea of Crisis, and one man knows it for sure: the savior of the world in perspective, and so far retired astronaut Brian Harper (an unshaven Patrick Wilson in a leather jacket looks like an aging rock star). He was once tried for negligence and suspended from flying after a fatal incident. While Harper suffered the injustices of the world and pitied himself, his mission partner Jo Fowler (Halle Berry hasn't changed in the last 30 years) built a career in the space agency. The rescue crew lacks a flight engineer - that would be the accidental genius K.C. Houseman (John Bradley), another of Emmerich's favorite types, going back to Jeff Goldblum's character in "Independence Day."

"Falling Moon," if you step back from the scale and perennial threats to planetary tranquility, is a peculiar ode to all the geeks and dreamers who will one day be seen. These very geeks and people, sometimes unrequitedly in love with their cause, are what Emmerich glorifies in picture after picture. Where corporations, government, and frowning scientists miss the red flags, dreamers never stop believing assumptions and invent new patterns of creation.

But no one offers to take seriously the proposed concept of the moon's structure: Emmerich is not Nolan, science is not needed here. But a cameo by David Duchovny at a local MUFON meeting would come in handy. Dr. Houseman (as the character calls himself) is a direct successor to the Lone Gunmen from The X-Files, with his own philosophy and alternative ways of obtaining top-secret information. Despite the absurdity of the threat model itself (let's not even try to retell it), the film exactly obeys its internal logic: each new attempt to ride gravity instead of the initial bewilderment gradually begins to generate childlike delight. This naivete and infallibility of belief in its own conventionality discards any skepticism - the screen is a great genre game, with plenty of references to any pop-culture references to the Moon Conspiracy (the Shining and A Space Odyssey are not without them either).

It's as if Emmerich is still living in 1995, which is enviable. The same patriotic values and family issues, the same altruism and the same jokes: no pandemic, just a fantastical end of the world - so far-fetched that it is impossible to believe that the Earth might actually end one day. All the destruction looks, on the contrary, saving, and becomes a kind of comfort zone: it's all a far-fetched, we are not threatened by Armageddon.

The cataclysms look epic, sometimes very beautiful (say, the ball of moon touching the snow-covered mountain tops) and monstrous, but still completely unrealistic. "Falling Moon" is a totally "catastrophic" movie: some may be old-school, and some will surely cough up the lingering smell of mothballs. But there is something about the present day that makes Emmerich's films affectionately nostalgic and makes you miss the good old end of the world.

File size: 28.6 GB


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