Upside Down

raigraphixs

Distinguished Member
Sci-fi romance film Upside Down directed by Juan Diego Solanas. The film, due out in 2012, tells the story of Adam (Jim Sturgess) searching an alternate universe for a long-lost love, Eve (Kirsten Dunst), separated by opposite worlds, one up and one down, but both just out of reach of the other.

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HouseTonyStark

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This looks quite interesting, seems like he makes some kind of device to alternate his gravity to match up world(or is it downworld?)
 

aprout

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Saw this yesterday.

Great idea, visually beautiful, nice score, & the 2 leads aren't too bad, but still a massive disappointment.

So much exposition on the worlds and their 'rules' is told in voice-over in the first 5 minutes it's hard to keep up, it's hard to figure out which world they're on at times, & as for the ending: Wow. :thumbsdow
Everything that's been building up throughout the movie is resolved offscreen. Timothy Spall basically just turns up & says "Hey, everything's sorted now. You two go live happily ever after!"

What the :censored: ? :nono:

Missed opportunity. :lesson:
 
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raigraphixs

Distinguished Member
Saw this yesterday.

Great idea, visually beautiful, nice score, & the 2 leads aren't too bad, but still a massive disappointment.

So much exposition on the worlds and their 'rules' is told in voice-over in the first 5 minutes it's hard to keep up, it's hard to figure out which world they're on at times, & as for
the ending: Wow. Everything that's been building up throughout the movie is resolved offscreen. Timothy Spall basically just turns up & says "Hey, everything's sorted now. You two go live happily ever after!"

What the :censored: ? :nono:

Missed opportunity. :lesson:


it's best not to give away the ending to films ;)
 

aprout

Distinguished Member
Apologies. Fixed. :blush:

It didn't really give anything away, apart from the fact that the ending was :censored:
 

cebs_uk

Well-known Member
What chain is this on at guys ? can't see it at cineworlds or odeon or cornerhouse in manchester.
 

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