The Fourth Kind Produktbeschreibung
Nach dem von mysteriösen Umständen begleiteten Tod ihres Ehemanns zieht die Psychologin Dr. Tyler nach Nome in Alaska, wo es ungewöhnlich viele Patienten mit Schlafstörungen zu behandeln gilt. Angesichts einiger Todesfälle in ihrem Umfeld beginnt. Die vierte Art (Originaltitel: The Fourth Kind) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Thriller aus dem Jahr Regie führte Olatunde Osunsanmi. The Fourth Kind - Die vierte Art [dt./OV]. (56)1h 38min In einer Kleinstadt in Alaska erforscht die Psychologin ABIGAIL TYLER, 38, auch nach dem. In einer Kleinstadt in Alaska erforscht die Psychologin Abigail die Häufung seltsamer Schlafstörungen. Dabei tritt Erschreckendes zu Tage. Eine furchtbare. The Fourth Kind: Thriller von Terry Robbins/Joe Carnahan mit Milla Jovovich/Daphne Alexander/Alisha Seaton. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray.
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While sometimes necessary, the excessive use of this text forces the audience to constantly be snapped back into reality, and usually not in a manner beneficial to the film's cogency.
Furthermore, while used cautiously, the actual utilization of archive audio and video often awkwardly overlaps the acted-out scenes. The acting in the film also detracts from the overall experience.
Hollywood commonly "sexualizes" real-life people, but this is ineffective when the delirious-looking, pallid, and emaciated Dr.
Tyler is played by the beautiful Milla Jovovich. This is especially inopportune when scenes of the real Dr.
Tyler and Jovovich are literally placed next to one another on screen. This flaw, however, is not Jovovich's fault, but other actors are culpable for deficient acting.
Canadian-born Will Patton, who plays Nome's sheriff, over-dramatizes nearly every line he is scripted, producing laughable moments during otherwise tense scenes.
Despite some blemishes, the movie does have some genuinely disturbing, frightening scenes that transcend contemplation over what is or is not real.
Whether you are skeptical about extra terrestrials or not, some shocking footage is guaranteed to get your adrenaline flowing.
But of course, the notion of what or real or not crescendos the entire film. The audience is constantly forced to challenge what they believe and, while easy to make excuses for some of the alleged "evidence", there are certainly some aspects that will be difficult for skeptics to explain without extensive research.
Whether you look at it from a cynical standpoint or as someone who simply enjoys movies, The Fourth Kind is far from perfect. Regardless of its shortcomings, it's successful at delivering some terrifying moments and is guaranteed to make you think.
It certainly is emblematic of a still young and fresh genre of horror and thriller movies that gear towards natural instincts rather than superfluous blood spilling.
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Rate This. A thriller involving an ongoing unsolved mystery in Alaska, where one town has seen an extraordinary number of unexplained disappearances during the past 40 years and there are accusations of a federal cover up.
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Resident Evil: Apocalypse Sheriff August, not believing in her abduction theory, accuses her of her daughter's disappearance and removes Ronnie from her custody.
Ronnie, though, goes with them willingly, not believing the alien abduction theory either. Abbey undergoes hypnosis in an attempt to make contact with these beings and reunite with her daughter.
Campos and Odusami videotape the session, and once hypnotized, it is revealed that Abbey witnessed the abduction of her daughter and also shows scenes of her own abduction, showing part of the abductors ship and it is hinted that they possibly took some human egg cells from Abbey as well.
The camera scrambles, and Abbey begs the alien that abducted Ashley to return her. The creature replies, saying that Ashley will never be returned.
It then calls itself the savior, then the father and finally ends with "I am When the encounter ends, Campos and Odusami rush over to the now unconscious Abbey and then notice something out of camera's view.
The camera scrambles again, and a volatile voice yells "Zimabu Eter! When the camera view clears it shows that all three of them are gone.
The film cuts to an interview with Abbey in which she explains that all three were abducted during that hypnosis session and no one has any memory of what happened.
The film returns to the aftermath of Abbey's hypnosis session. She wakes up in a hospital after breaking her neck in the abduction. There, August reveals that Will had actually committed suicide, showing that Abbey's belief that he was murdered was merely a delusion.
Later it is shown that Abbey is paralyzed in a wheelchair, presumably due to her neck injury. The film then returns to the present interview, where the Interviewer asks Abbey how they, he and the viewers, can believe her if most of what she thought was only in her mind.
Abbey tearfully tells him that she has to believe that Ashley is still alive. The interviewer ends the interview as Abbey breaks down in tears.
In the film's epilogue, it states that Abbey was cleared of all charges against her, leaves Alaska for the East Coast, and deteriorates to the point of being completely bed-bound and requiring constant care.
Campos remains a psychologist and Odusami becomes a professor at a Canadian university. Both men, as well as August, refuse to be involved with the interview, while Abbey's son Ronnie remains estranged from Abbey and still blames her for Ashley's disappearance.
It also states that Ashley was never found. However, as is repeatedly stated in the movie: "In the end, what you believe is yours to decide".
It also uses supposedly "never-before-seen archival footage" that is integrated into the film.
To promote the film, Universal Pictures created a website with fake news stories supposedly taken from real Alaska newspapers, including the Nome Nugget and the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner.
The Fourth Kind received mainly negative reviews from critics, many of whom were offended that the film attempted to use the real life tragedies of missing and deceased Nome citizens in order to make money using a fictitious story about alien abduction.
The site's consensus reads "While it boasts a handful of shocks, The Fourth Kind is hokey and clumsy and makes its close encounters seem eerily mundane.
Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly called the film "rote and listless. According to Michels, "people need to realize that this is a science fiction thriller".
Michels also compared the film to The Blair Witch Project , saying, "we're just hoping the message gets out that this is supposed to be for entertainment.
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