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(3319) 4.7 124 min 2019

Lucy in the Sky is a movie starring Natalie Portman, Jon Hamm, and Zazie Beetz. Astronaut Lucy Cola returns to Earth after a transcendent experience during a mission to space, and begins to lose touch with reality in a world that...

Zazie Beetz, Jon Hamm, Dan Stevens, Natalie Portman
Sci-Fi, Drama
Noah Hawley

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sci-Fi, Drama
Director Noah Hawley
Writer Elliott DiGuiseppi, Brian C. Brown, Noah Hawley, Brian C. Brown, Elliott DiGuiseppi
Stars Zazie Beetz, Jon Hamm, Dan Stevens, Natalie Portman
Country USA
Also Known As Lucy dans le ciel, Lusi na nebu, Pale Blue Dot, Lucy Gökyüzünde, ルーシー・イン・ザ・スカイ, Lucy Dans Le Ciel
Runtime 2H 4M
Description Astronaut Lucy Cola returns to Earth after a transcendent experience during a mission to space, and begins to lose touch with reality in a world that now seems too small.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 06:55

As far as I know, this is the only film that Steven Soderbergh has ever made. But if he has any regrets, it's that this film didn't really have the cinematic heft he had intended for it. He's a talented director, but his approach in movies like "Ocean's Eleven" and "Erin Brockovich" seemed a little self-conscious, while in "Bullets Over Broadway" he let his actors (especially Tom Cruise) be themselves and let the script come to them. The story here is quite the opposite. It's actually quite simple. A couple meets in a bar, get married, and move into a secluded house on a lake in the country. But there's something strange going on in the house. Some strange noises, some odd shapes, and a strange woman. That's it. Of course, Soderbergh isn't saying much more than that. But the film is quite atmospheric, with a good sense of place, and it gives a nice sense of reality to the whole thing. Also, the acting is very good. Most of the actors here are quite unknown, but everyone works well. Cruise is the one who most people are familiar with, and his performance here is rather quiet and subdued. The supporting cast is quite good as well, including Martin Sheen, Paul Reubens, and John Hurt. But, most of all, it's the story itself that is the real treasure. The whole thing is quite a straightforward tale. A man is put into a situation where he has to get a man out of a coffin before he dies. In the process, the man is able to save his wife from a sudden coma, and also from an attack of a deadly virus. It's all pretty straightforward, but it's done in such a way that the story never gets boring. It's easy to figure out who the villain is, and who the hero is. And it's easy to get into the story, to feel the same feeling of terror and uncertainty as the characters do. It's very easy to identify with the main character, as well as with the character who is the one who has to save her. And the film has a very clear message, which is very powerful. It's a strong message, one that is difficult to say without giving anything away, but it's so powerful that you just can't help but be affected by it. And that's what I mean by a good film.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 05:09

I was pleasantly surprised at how well this movie turned out. I had no expectations, and was pleasantly surprised. A movie that is in some ways a product of its time, but is nonetheless an enjoyable one that succeeds in being timeless. In its time, this movie stands out in its overall content and effects. For the most part, the focus on technology and science in this movie doesn't really bring anything new to the table. However, the subject matter and the way it was approached, was far more interesting than any recent movie. The cast is also quite solid, and the movie offers a sense of both nostalgia and optimism, even when it veers into some dark and sometimes bleak territory. I had the feeling that this movie was a real fan's dream. The basic story, although somewhat unique, was still a very engaging one, and had many emotional, and even a little fun moments, that were enjoyable. The sense of wonder and mystery of the film, is one that I can't help but enjoy. The emotions this film carries are very powerful, and it manages to get under your skin. The sound effects and camera work are also very well done, giving this movie a sense of style and substance, while also adding to the overall atmosphere. I think the movie is a good example of how to do a movie in a sci-fi movie, but it isn't a perfect example. While it does a great job in telling its story, the overall story itself is very weak. While the movie is an interesting idea, and is definitely worth seeing, the overall story does feel weak. I think the reason this movie succeeds is that the movie is so different from any other movie in its genre. While the movie tries to be different in a sci-fi way, it is not completely original, and I believe the reason this movie was different was because it was a very good movie in its own right. I think the movie does a great job at being different, but it doesn't really have the original feeling that the other sci-fi movies in its genre have. I think that the movie is not really a sci-fi movie. It is more of a family film, with a little bit of action, and a little bit of drama. The movie is very different, but at the same time not entirely original. This movie is a great example of how to do a sci-fi movie. It is different from most movies in its genre, but still manages to be very interesting. I recommend it to anyone who has a love for sci-fi movies, and anyone who is interested in the world of technology. This movie is one that I can definitely recommend.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 01:18

This is the sort of movie that everyone likes, at least the ones who haven't seen "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and "2001: A Space Odyssey" (and the like). It has an almost hopelessly romantic ending (without sacrificing any of the thrilling, alien-exploration-shocker thrill that's the mainstay of sci-fi thrillers) and it was also released a year after "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" were released. It even has John Williams (a composer of the finest hits for the likes of Joe Dante, Iggy Pop, The Clash, and Queen) as the composer. Anyway, it's a classic. The writing is top-notch, the directing is top-notch, the action is top-notch, the special effects are top-notch, the acting is top-notch, the production design is top-notch. And the overall production of the movie is top-notch. So yeah, it's a classic. But not quite what you'd expect from a movie like this. So, in other words: it's not really the best movie you'll ever see. The reason for that is that it has almost none of the good stuff that I'd expected from it. It doesn't have the truly alien-inspiring effects of the original "Close Encounters" (or the memorable visuals of "2001: A Space Odyssey" or even the first "Star Wars" movie), and it doesn't have the very enjoyable mix of humor and emotional drama that I'd expected from "Star Wars" or "Star Trek". But it does have an incredible story, and it has some of the best moments of the whole "Star Trek" series. And it has some of the best acting of the whole "Star Wars" series (and that includes the original "Star Wars" movies, of course). So yeah, it's not a classic, but it is one of the very best movies I've ever seen. So it's still one of the best movies I've ever seen, but it's not really the best movie I've ever seen. 8/10

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