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Plot: While returning to Earth, the space shuttle explodes and the fragments bring an alien virus that recodes the human DNA. In Washington, the psychiatrist Carol Bennell observes the modification of the behavior of one of her clients first, then in her former husband and finally in the population in… Runtime: 99 min Release Date: 17 Aug 2007
I've been tracking this movie's status since 2005, so I know everything about it. This movie has some very smooth cinematography. The colors are vivid and somewhat thrilling. The Invasion can be compared to War of The Worlds, but by far, it is so much better than Tom Cruise garbage. Nicole Kidman is stunning and delivers a somewhat frozen performance, but it is way better than Cruise's performance in War of The Worlds. I didn't get a sense of who Daniel Craig character was, though. Kidman and Craig do make a good pair. This is also Oliver Hirschbiegel's first movie in the <more>
US, so he brings a euro-German edge to the film. After all he did make one of the greatest movies ever made depicting the downfall of Hitler the Oscar-nominated Downfall . One thing I have to mention is, this movie is pretty fast, so you have to keep your eyes open. There aren't any clunky special effects, just amazing stunts. That one car chase causing crew members to be hospitalized paid off. Oh, did I mention it was scary. Go see it. It's a perfect summer flick that won't bore you or hurt your eyes with exhausting CGI. Be thrilled. The main scares are just by the intense extra's that were snatched. My verdict is that this was a great sci-fi flick. Kidman kicks Cruise's butt. 10/10
First, this is a great movie, an excellent sci-fi flick. Excellent acting, taut script, interesting story, ongoing suspense and great action, all the ingredients that make for a highly entertaining movie. Of course, what makes this movie even better is the presence of Ms. Nicole Kidman, who proves once again that she is Hollywood's premier actress and easily the best looking. Not enough compliments can be made about Ms. Kidman. One must wonder why anyone would divorce such a talented, successful and fine-looking lady. Yes, beauty is skin deep, as the saying goes, and one cannot judge a <more>
book by its cover, according to another saying, but seeing is believing and success speaks for itself, and what I saw of Nicole Kidman in this intense and exciting movie is further proof that Ms. Kidman is not only a talented artist but is beautiful as well which is befitting a great actress who is truly a star.
Please, please, please do not listen to the IMDb Bury Brigade on this one. This was a superbly executed, white knuckle thriller! (by akeanefan)
Once again, we have the unfortunate "invasion", if you will, of the IMDb Bury Brigade toasting a superb movie without really offering any justifiable criticisms in their responses. I would really like to ask these people,"Did you even WATCH the movie at all?" First of all, the performances on the part of both Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman were absolutely stunning. Nicole's performance was so believable that I felt exhausted during her intense fight to stay awake in order not to become an unfortunate victim of the alien virus. Secondly, this was a very worthy remake of <more>
a sci-fi classic and I even have to admit that I liked this one better than even the original and definitely more than any of the other remakes that have ever been produced.So, please. Do not listen to the negative rants of the critics on this one. I can guarantee that you will find this film to be a highly engaging, and intelligent, sci-fi thriller.
One of the best sci-fi movies in a long time (by jolockzo)
The Invasion is a very clever remake of the original 1953 movie, Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Not only did it have an all star cast including Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig but the cinematography was excellent built with vibrant colors and sudden flashes from scene to scene. The only problem in the whole movie were the two scenes where you could see the boom Mic in the shot. The movie was full of suspense and kept you hanging on to the edge of your seat until the very end of the credits mainly to see the name of the boom Mic operator . This is definitely one of Nicole Kidman's <more>
greatest film to date and the chemistry between her and Daniel Craig made the film ever so much more exciting, it is no wonder they will be starring with each other again this winter in the theatrical rendition of The Golden Compass.
If I had a Nicole for every great performance by Kidman (by dfranzen70)
Unexpectedly, The Invasion is a jarring, terrifying remake of the 1956 and 1978 versions of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, managing to update the widespread panic of the 1950s - owing to the Cold War and the looming, constant threat of a sneak attack by those nasty Reds - to a new kind of fear, stylized and customized to fit the crazed paranoia of the 2000s. Nicole Kidman gives a pitch-perfect performance as a mother who must stay away for the sake of her uniquely immune child, added a jolt of adrenalin to an already frantic, uncomposed, and passionate treatise on how people react when <more>
things go wrong.It all starts with the US Space Shuttle exploding over the country during its return trip, scattering debris in a wide swatch from Dallas to Washington about 200 miles wide. People are warned not to touch the wreckage pieces, but do they listen? Not only don't they listen, but some of the stuff turns up on eBay - the second time this year the online auction service plays a role in a motion picture. But it seems that the debris isn't entirely benign, anymore, as it the astronauts had unwittingly been carrying an alien parasite on the outside of their craft.Soon, those who have touched the debris are contaminated. But they're not killed, no, they're merely turned into shells of themselves, sort of how a viewer feels after watching too much Fox News. Hey, I kid because I love freedom fries. I mean, everyone who's infected is at the same level of emotion, which is to say, none at all; no one even raises an eyebrow. Meanwhile, the grand ol' guvmint decides to get ahead of the curve by inoculating the bejeezus out of everyone - for free! Awfully nice of then, really, although perhaps the fact that they had all that serum should have been a warning sign of sorts.Carol Bennell Kidman is a trained psychologist who has a darling little son on whom she dotes; the father Jeremy Northam left them years ago but has suddenly shown up to reenter the boy's life. Coincidentally, he's also the head of the CDC, which is at the epicenter of this flu pandemic I wanted so bad to say "epicenter of epidemic" there , so naturally he's got some of the bad alien crap on him - handed to him, somewhat ham-handedly, by someone who found it at a crash site. Soon there's a race against, well, not time, but something, as dear ol' dad and his zombie-like cohorts try their damndest to get to carol and Oliver.Joining the intrepid shrink is her best bud/wannabe lover Ben Daniel Craig , who's a doctor or something and who has a serious case of the yabba-yabba-do-mes for Carol, but the feeling's not entirely reciprocated, on account of Carol doesn't want to lose the wonderful friendship they've built up they live next door to each other, the carpool . Groan. Points for plausibility, but negative points for obviousness and needlessness. On top of that, there's an issue with the romantic chemistry between the slight Brit and the willowy Aussie; they actually SEEM more like they should be best buds and nothing more. When the kiss, the Earth doesn't tremble, it yawns and asks for another beer.But forget the romantic angle, and let's focus on the escaping-from-bad-people-who-look-like-our-friends angle. As with the first two filmings of the Jack Finney novel, people fall victim to the virus when they fall into sleep, as their cells are attacked during the body's REM cycle. So now you know the plan: Stay Awake. The very first scene in the movie slams this point home, as a raccoon-eyed Kidman scurries around a devastated drugstore, looking to score uppers and caffeine, anything to keep Morpheus or the Sandman from getting her. And she's damn convincing at it, too, which says a lot about Kidman's abilities; she's a tremendous actress who can play a variety of roles, which is in itself tough to believe of someone who's so elegant and luxuriant in appearance. Kidman's so good that her acting - I know, go figure - completely distracts you from the fact that she's gorgeous. Even when she's dressing down, or when she looks like a crack whore desperate for another fix - she radiates sincerity.Here's a question - how come, when people are infected by this alien virus, they gain the speed of, well, zombies? Shouldn't they be as fast as they were in the Before Time? The people here are one step away from full-on shambling, which makes you think it'd be fairly easy to get away from them - except that there are a LOT of them. In one scene, a good thirty of the mindless bastards jump on Carol's car to prevent her escape, and off she barely drives, losing more as she veers. Brought to mind the whole clowns-in-a-Volkswagen trick.The Invasion is spectacular, a realistic-seeming, fervent example of what might happen were the Earth to suffer a colossal pandemic. Remember, they've been talking about a flu pandemic for many years! Nicole Kidman is, as usual, awesome; you're as scared for her and her progeny as Carol is.
Other Versions Aside, a Good Movie Unto Itself (by jamila691)
Now, I've have never seen the original versions of this film; I've never read The Body Snatchers, so I came into this with no expectations. With a set off fresh eyes I found this film too rather brilliant. Was it necessary a cut and dry sci-fi film? No. Gory and terrifying horror film? No. It had some elements of an alien film, and some mildly scary parts, but mostly gave the viewer a smart, nuanced performance that you rarely see in a sci-fi-horror movie. The Invasion is neither: it is a t-h-r-i-l-l-e-r. This movie was so badly rated because it did not adhere to a Hollywood classic. <more>
I don't think that it set out to copy the previous film, but just to turn a really creepy concept into something more believable. Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig were electric together and gave some of this most convincing performances I've seen in this genre. This movie is redefining with a move with a sci-fi-horror premise can be. Saying that this movie doesn't work would be like saying the latest Casino Royale was bad because the characters weren't two-dimensional. Gratuitous sex, gore and violence is great when Tarantino does it, but usually is just there to keep a viewer watching a stupid movie. The Invasion gets you thinking about the good and bad of being human, I'll take that over an unoriginal re-make any day- no matter how good the first one is. It wasn't broke so they didn't fix it, they made something with first and second The Body Snatchers as inspiration.
I honestly don't think the movie is worth an 8, not in its released form. But since the cuts and additions from the suits are so painfully obvious, I'm willing to give a higher rating to the movie that could have been... and for now, only the original director Oliver something has seen.So the original movie which is still discernible somehow was supposed to be a dark, slow take on isolation, pill overuse and boring modern life. With a twist: a mom so desperate to protect her child, she would silently watch other people being killed as long as she can find her kid. That's <more>
actually moving and seldom seen in a macho-dominated Hollywood. I won't say that ice cold Kidman is the right choice to depict a desperate mom, but given that her role is to often look emotionless so she can pass as another "pod people" she doesn't do too badly.Now, the suits didn't like that and called those soft-brained Wachowski bros to make it -supposedly- more mainstream. And what they did was to add car chases, crashes, helicopters, fires and senseless violence in general. Inserted into the original movie at close intervals to keep people amused or so they thought . Now, there are a few good directors who can pull out a combination of slow burn and crazy action. But a patchwork movie made of two different directors' bits, guys with widely opposed instincts and goals, no wonder the result is a flop.If anything is to be learned from this, it's how little do Hollywood executives know about what makes a good movie. Granted, a non-stop mishmash of violence and fifth-drink bar philosophy like The Matrix can earn the big bucks, but you can't expect Matrix-like bits to improve what was intended to be a slow paced, moody film. Which was probably condemned to be a box office failure, but also could have been pretty good.
First of all, this is not a scary movie. Instead, there is an atmosphere of tenseness, especially when Kidman and Craig's characters must pretend to have already changed in order to survive. Kidman easily carries this film, and she makes you believe the plot line that another actress would have easily made ludicrous. I have read some critical reviews questioning the casting of Kidman in this role, mostly due to the fact that her icy demeanor is seemingly miscast in a role that calls for emotion. However, I believe that it is this very demeanor that allows her to be believable in this <more>
film. She plays an extremely smart psychologist who catches on to the situation fast. She is an analyzer, and it is her lack of deep emotion that allows for her to think quickly and critically, without it, she would have easily succumbed to the body snatchers and there would have been no movie. There is indeed a liberal undercurrent through this movie. It questions our role in Iraq but more importantly, it questions our actions as a species, our emotions, our anger, our selfishness, and their effects on our society. To create a world in which everyone is equal, rational, no war, no disease, no famine, no inequality is what the body snatchers are offering...and for this movie goer, there was at least one point in the film in which I found myself asking whether that would be so bad. Sure, the ending was a little too quick and tidy, but overall, this was a great movie.
Although I have never seen the original "Ivasion of the Body Snatchers" movie, this film definitely turned out to be one of my favorites of 2007. The story is incredible, propelling the action into many intense sequences. Kidman and Craig both offer outstanding performances, and they were the perfect roles for this film. I am surprised to see that this movie received ratings in the 6's on IMDb. Absolutely ridiculous. I am a writer, so I found the script to be excellent, and the subtext to be very moving. "Transformers" should have been the movie getting terrible <more>
reviews. But instead, it scored in the 8's. Sometimes it surprises me what America finds to be a "good movie."