A young man who survives a disaster at sea is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor: a fearsome Bengal tiger.
Linguistics professor Louise Banks leads an elite team of investigators when gigantic spaceships touchdown in 12 locations around the world. As nations teeter on the verge of global war, Banks and her crew must race against time to find a way to communicate with the extraterrestrial visitors. Hoping to unravel the mystery, she takes a chance that could threaten her life and quite possibly all of mankind.Written by
Three of the locations that the alien spaceships land on Earth include the U.S. state of Montana, the United Kingdom, and Russia. These are some of the locations that the alien Tripods landed in John Christopher's 1988 novel "When the Tripods Came," which is the prequel to his "Tripods" novel trilogy. See more »
Colonel Weber's badges on his Army Combat Uniform (ACU) disappear and reappear. Most notably, there is a scene where his Combat Infantryman Badge (CIB) is completely absent but reappears later in the movie. See more »
I used to think this was the beginning of your story. Memory is a strange thing. It doesn't work like I thought it did. We are so bound by time, by its order.
[coddling her baby girl]
Okay. Okay. Come back to me. Come back to me. Come back to me.
[later playing with her in the yard]
Stick 'em up! Are you the sheriff in this here town? These are my tickle guns, and I'm gonna getcha!
You want me to chase you? You better run!
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During the end credits Anana Rydvald is credited as Swedish Scientist rather than Danish Scientist. Sweden and Denmark are neighboring countries. See more »
All persons have good reasons for why they do what they do and how it is right and proper. Thus, how can society trust reason? By definition, the idea always feels reasonable to the one who is reasoning. Everyone is self-biased to their chain of thoughts but what people don't understand is that reason is not a vehicle towards truth. Reason is a concoction of the mind to justify the egoic agenda, which causes all the evil in the world.
Truth cannot be thought, believed, imagined, communicated, spoken, written, proven, or argued. It is challenging for most people to accept, especially many scientifically minded people. They tend to assume, "If absolute truth does exist, it must be possible to prove it or argue it, or communicate it." All those are limited, and the absolute truth is unlimited, it's total... that's what makes it so interesting.
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