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(174751) 7.9 118 min 2016

Captain Fantastic is a movie starring Viggo Mortensen, George MacKay, and Samantha Isler. In the forests of the Pacific Northwest, a father devoted to raising his six kids with a rigorous physical and intellectual education is...

Viggo Mortensen, Samantha Isler, Annalise Basso, George MacKay
Drama, Comedy
Matt Ross

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Matt Ross
Writer Matt Ross
Stars Viggo Mortensen, Samantha Isler, Annalise Basso, George MacKay
Country USA
Also Known As 神奇大隊長, Šaunusis kapitonas: gyvenimas be taisykliu, Kapetan fantastični, Captain Fantastic: Einmal Wildnis und zurück, Capitán Fantástico, Captain Fantastic - Einmal Wildnis und zurück, Tohle je náš svět, Kapitan Fantastični, はじまりへの旅, Kapteinis Fantastika, Kapten Fantastiline, Kapetan Fantastični, Toto je náš svet, Captain Fantastic: en ualmindelig far, Une vie fantastique, Captain Fantastic - en annorlunda pappa, Kaptan Fantastik, Capitão Fantástico, Captain Fantastic - En annorlunda pappa
Runtime 1H 58M
Description Ben and Leslie Cash live largely off the grid with their offspring -- Bodevan, Kielyr, Vespyr, Rellian, Zaja and Nai -- in a cabin in the mountains of Washington state. The parents have passed their socialist and survivalist ideals to their children. Ben considers most of Western society to be fascist, especially corporate America. He also believes that no one will or should be there for you, so you'd better learn how to take care of yourself. As such, the children have been subject to vigorous physical training; know how to deal with minor bumps, bruises, cuts, sprains, and even fractures; and know how to hunt, forage, and grow their own food. The children are also non-registered home schooled, meaning that they have no official academic records. Ben and Leslie have tried to make the children critical thinkers, however, within the context of their ideals. Beyond these issues, Ben and Leslie made the decision to live this lifestyle for Leslie's health. Formerly an attorney, Leslie was diagnosed as bipolar. Ben believes that this disorder started with her postpartum depression with Bo. Yet Leslie's condition has worsened. Despite not believing in Western medicine, Ben sends Leslie to a hospital close to Ben's sister, Harper, so that there can be family close by. While hospitalized, Leslie commits suicide. Beyond the collective grief, Leslie's act brings out a battle between Ben and Leslie's father, Jack Bertrang, a Christian who not only blames Ben for Leslie's death, but believes that what he is doing "to" the children can legally be considered abuse. Jack takes over the funeral arrangements as per his and his complacent wife Abby's Christian morals, against what Ben knows was Leslie's wishes, as she believed in Buddhist philosophies. Although Jack threatens to call the police if Ben shows up to the funeral, Ben and the children believe it is their mission to honor Leslie's last wishes to be cremated as per Buddhist philosophy. This mission not only may bring the divide between Jack and Ben to a head, but may also bring out some long dormant issues between the Cash children as they are exposed to commercial America in all its good and bad, and as Bo grows into manhood, he may have his own ideas of what he should do with the next phase of his life.

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Monday, 22 Jun 2020 17:37

Another movie that comes to mind after being subjected to the thought of watching this film is "Frequency". That film had an even better cast and was about a science fiction pilot who has to work with a group of friends on a post-apocalyptic world. The acting is superb, the script is engaging and the atmosphere is interesting. However, "Frequency" is a more intelligent film that is engaging for the first hour or so, but soon it starts to go downhill. I'm not sure why, but the characters start to look the same and the plot seems to be more about showing off the costumes and special effects than the acting or plot. The film is pretty slow, and there is a long period of silence where no one is speaking. You wonder if this is really the same crew that worked on the film. The acting is good, but they're not able to pull it off. I think the one who is the star is Sean Patrick Flanery, but he seems to be more like a big brother than an actual actor. The other actors are okay, but not much more than that. One thing I don't understand is that they are able to pull off the scenes of the government coming out of hiding and the world being destroyed by the government, but when they're shown in the middle of a battle, they don't seem to be able to react as one would expect, but that doesn't take away from the acting. In the end, I think this film is not as good as it seems to be, and I would definitely watch it again to watch if I had the chance. It is certainly a better film than I expected and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to have an intelligent film to watch with friends or to just look at.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 07:43

The studio-supported "Marvel Cinematic Universe" of films is what Marvel was made for: entertaining the audience, a feature film, a movie that leaves the viewer feeling good. "Iron Man" is the first entry in that series and it delivers. If you haven't seen it, you're not missing much. "Iron Man" is about the titular character Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), who is a billionaire industrialist, inventor, and multi-millionaire who, along with his team of scientists, is developing a suit that would allow him to fly and fight in a two-man suit. But his new suit isn't ready to hit the streets, and Tony must stop from the scheming government agent Tony Stark (Ben Kingsley) and his scheming assistant Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), who are trying to use the suit to use Stark's money to influence the upcoming elections and gain control of the United States government. The film is really well made. The film is smart, funny, and has a few fun twists. In fact, the film is so smart, you'll be thinking about it for days after seeing it. The film is also well directed by the film's director, Shane Black, who is known for his action-packed films. "Iron Man" is a fun film and is an easy film to recommend. This is a film that you can watch with a group of friends and have a good time with. It's not a film for the squeamish or people who are easily offended. It's a film that is funny, entertaining, and a must-see for anyone who loves action, sci-fi, or comic book movies. I give this film a solid 8/10.

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