Knowing

Knowing

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UK Cinema release
March 27th 2009
UK DVD release
August 3rd 2009

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    • cubcub

      Mar 10th 2009, 22:10

      Looks Sweet.

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    • graham6

      Mar 22nd 2009, 14:12

      This looks absolutely amazing! Can't wait to see it!

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    • BigAl65

      Mar 31st 2009, 9:46

      WARNING to anyone thinking of going to see KNOWING: This is Christian propaganda disguised as Sci-Fi. I felt like I had been raped, violated, insulted and abused. Its basically The Rapture with aliens. The aliens even have wings. Its like being hit over the head repeatedly with a Bible. Good as the disaster scenes are, they cannot justify the complete and absolute betrayal. AVOID AT ALL COSTS and never see a film by the director or studio again. EVER.

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    • M1PTA

      Apr 3rd 2009, 19:36

      Normally like N Cages' films, I think this film could have gone much further with this subject, my advise just watch the trailer,basicly you've got it.

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    • abfab89

      Apr 8th 2009, 22:04

      I am an avid cinema goer...I blame this mainly on my brother, who was a film studies degree student and thus, has a dvd collection to rival my local blockbuster. I also love Nicholas Cage and the films he makes, mainly for his unique persona. HOWEVER, this film left me questioning "Oh dear Nick, what on Earth were you thinking?!" From the trailer, this film looked like a fantastic Sci-Fi flick that was set to rival films such as "The Day After Tomorrow" and "War of the Worlds", with superb action sequences, stunning special effects and a suspenseful plotline. Set in America, the story follows a man who works as an Astrophysicist and is estranged from his religious father. When his son's school digs up the time capsule that was buried 50 years previously and his son receives a page filled with what seem like random numbers, he begins to read into the numbers and finds that they coincide with the dates of global distasters such as 9/11. Obviously, as one would expect, there are more numbers and he must find out whether the predictions come true to prove his theory to those around him who are skeptical. Following this, he commences a (very short) 'effort' to stop the end of the world... This film contains numerous biblical references, from the names of the two main children (Caleb and Abby) to the scenes of 'angels' to the unmistakable Adam and Eve reference, this film was nothing but religious propaganda hidden behind big names and flashy effects. Bottom line...the tagline should read: The Vatican's answer to Angels and Daemons...IMHO Angels and Daemons will leave you a lot less depressed and lighthearted... This is the only film I have ever watched that actually left me silent from pure downheartedness...I do not recommend it and feel so sorry that good ole Nick Cage is associated with it. See it if: you avidly follow the end of the world prophecies, you love special effects, you don't really care about plot lines and more about the cinematography. Avoid it if: you're a strongly opinionated athiest, you hate the idea of the end of the world and you can get sad at the thought of human futility.

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    • Crush

      Apr 18th 2009, 11:36

      I love Nicolas Cage so much.

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    • requiem2009

      Apr 24th 2009, 17:53

      The disasters look and sound amazing. The plane crash stopped me from falling asleep! But it just goes crazy in the last part of the film.

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