Nathan's Kingdom is a dark fantasy, coming-of-age drama about Nathan, a 25-year-old autistic man struggling with his teenage prescription-addict sister, and rather than surrendering their lives to social services, they risk it all to find a kingdom that once existed only in their imaginations.
Two girls, Luna Rigel and Naomi Portman, become intertwined with NASA and the CIA. When they encounter an extraterrestrial lifeforms, they are on the run in order to find the last astronaut and save their planet.
Darrin Dewitt Henson,
Derek H. Potts
Year 2045, the evil DHARSA CORPORATION creates advanced "Human-clones-robots" almost identical to humans and sell them as slaves of modern society. They are stronger, faster and smarter ... See full summary »
Zoe has suffered with Leukemia her whole life. When her condition worsens, she's given months to live. One day, a Young Astronaut crash lands near her home. Zoe spends her last days showing the Astronaut the wonders of Planet Earth.
I walked away from Melody on Earth, wondering what in the solar system I had just witnessed.
It's pretty... "unique" and I must confess, I've never seen anything, anywhere even remotely close to, like it.
It left me thinking, hey, I should make a movie. I mean, if Crazy Ants Media can make that...
I won't give any spoilers but I can say that the lead female is a pure joy to watch. I've never seen her in anything else but when she was on the screen, I had a strange smile on my face and didn't even realize it.
The lead male is unforgettable. The way this guy smokes, does his sit ups, chases a bad guy, yeahs, there should be an award for him somewhere but, I'm not sure what category it would belong to.
The other characters are just as hilarious while being extremely difficult to watch.
Please don't misunderstand. This is a great movie, you can feel the film maker's passion just ooze from every scene.
The universe needs more small movie makers like these guys.
But it is not what you, or I, or anyone really, is used to.
If you go into it expecting plot or special effects, you're going to be disappointed.
If you watch it with a special someone, and leave your judgement at the door, you will find something very special, almost, magical.
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