Alien Arrival with Amy Adams

2016 may see a thrilling movie about aliens arriving on Earth yet.

Arrival is the amalgamation of Independence Day, Contact and Gravity.

This new movie trailer (released just hours ago) previews intense action sequences involving a new kind of alien, while ultimately leading to a dramatic third-act revelation for Amy Adams’s character that will transcend the relationship between humans and aliens. That’s a sign of savvy writing with consideration for audiences yearning to see a new, creative take in an established film genre.

Arrival’s storytelling may reveal a close encounter we haven’t seen before.

Whether you believe in aliens or not, this movie is projecting a degree of realism with face-to-face interactions with aliens. That, in and of itself, is a fascinating and inclusive dynamic. Moreover, the potential for strong personal relationships, especially between the mother and daughter seen in the trailer, could be the defining quality that elevates Arrival to a must-see science-fiction thriller.

Independence Day: Resurgence didn’t deliver anything close to its 1996 original twenty years later (the writing cough cough), but cinema goers may be treated to a film with aliens that meets high expectations.

Making the release date of something supernatural arriving on the wish-worthy 11/11?

Seeing aliens is a wish for many people around the world, so well played Arrival marketing team.

P.S. Were you also expecting Amy Adams’s character to ask the alien about the letter “S”?

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Posted on August 16, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This is one smart movie and the second by Denis Villeneuve that I have thoroughly enjoyed (the other is Sicario, which I thought was completely engrossing). It is challenging and thought provoking but I did have to take some time to go over certain scenes before I had my “a-ha” moment. There are plenty of pure sci-fi action alien invasion films out there and I have enjoyed many of them as well. This was different but well worth watching.

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