A teenage girl is raised underground by a kindly robot "Mother" -- designed to repopulate the earth following the extinction of mankind. But their unique bond is threatened when an inexplicable stranger arrives with alarming news.
When troubled musical prodigy Charlotte (Allison Williams) seeks out Elizabeth (Logan Browning), the new star pupil of her former school, the encounter sends both musicians down a sinister path with shocking consequences.
When the world is under attack from terrifying creatures who hunt their human prey by sound, 16-year old Ally Andrews (Kiernan Shipka), who lost her hearing at 13, and her family seek refuge in a remote haven.
John R. Leonetti
Tony Cavalero's (Conrad) real life wife Annie Cavalero plays the Zip Line Counselor in the film. See more »
The opening scene shows the ISS spinning about its center of mass, and various damaged and detached parts also rotating about this same point. Without any physical connection to tether these parts to the whole, they would not continue to rotate; instead, they would continue on their own linear trajectory away from the ISS. See more »
The circle is complete. I am your master now.
No, the line is " The circle is now complete. Now I am the master."
Ok we really need to get you a girl. Alright we need to cut this shit out. You know too much about this Star Trek shit.
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Straight Outta Compton
Written by Ice Cube (as O'Shea Jackson), M.C. Ren (as Lorenzo Patterson), Eazy-E (as Eric Wright), Dr. Dre (as Andre Young)
Performed by NWA (as N.W.A)
Courtesy of EMI Records
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First things first, I clearly do not belong to the intended audience which is probably narrowed to kids, even if the dialogues are barely refined and sometimes ridiculous. This is a mix of Independence Day (1996), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) and The Goonies (1985). Seeing this movie is definitely not a requirement to become a film buff. My own rating: 2 of 10. My rating while trying to belong to the intended audience, with a generous empathy boosted to the extreme: 3/4 of 10.
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