Next ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr von Regisseur Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage in der Hauptrolle. Die Grundidee des Filmes. 19 Userkritiken zum Film Next von Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel - michielderuijter.eu michielderuijter.eu Das größte Problem des Films ist, dass er der eigenen Logik nicht treu bleibt. Dass ein Mann zwei Minuten in seine eigene Zukunft blicken kann.
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Magier Cris Johnson unterhält die glücksspielmüden Zuschauer in Las Vegas mit einfachen Zaubertricks und verdient sich zusätzlich im Casino ein kleines Zubrot. Chris hat jedoch tatsächlich eine Begabung, die eines Zauberers würdig ist, von der. Next ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr von Regisseur Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage in der Hauptrolle. Die Grundidee des Filmes. Neueste Userkritiken zum Film Next auf michielderuijter.eu Next Ein Film von Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel. 19 Userkritiken zum Film Next von Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel - michielderuijter.eu michielderuijter.eu Das größte Problem des Films ist, dass er der eigenen Logik nicht treu bleibt. Dass ein Mann zwei Minuten in seine eigene Zukunft blicken kann. In Next hat Nicolas Cage die Gabe zwei Minuten in die Zukunft zu sehen, was ihn gleichsam zum Objekt der Begierde für das FBI und Terroristen macht. Next. Share. Tweet. E-Mail. Next - Bildquelle: t Paramount pictures. Ein gelungener Film, der ein interessantes Thema aus dem Sci-Fi-Bereich gekonnt.
19 Userkritiken zum Film Next von Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel - michielderuijter.eu Neueste Userkritiken zum Film Next auf michielderuijter.eu Next Ein Film von Lee Tamahori mit Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel. Next. Share. Tweet. E-Mail. Next - Bildquelle: t Paramount pictures. Ein gelungener Film, der ein interessantes Thema aus dem Sci-Fi-Bereich gekonnt.
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En VOD. Next DVD. Next Bande-annonce VF. Interview, making-of et extrait. Acteurs et actrices. Nicolas Cage. Julianne Moore. Jessica Biel. Thomas Kretschmann.
Critiques Spectateurs. Cependant, il y a quelques Lire plus. Nicolas Cage est Un visiteur. NEXT se suit sans ennuie. A regarder en derniere des solutions.
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Cancel Resend Email. Next Add Article. Next Critics Consensus Numerous plot holes and poorly motivated characters prevent Next from being the thought-provoking sci-fi flick it could've been.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Blessed, or cursed, with the ability to see events minutes before they occur, Cris Johnson Nicolas Cage earns a living as a magician in Las Vegas and keeps a low profile under an alias.
When terrorists threaten to detonate a nuclear weapon in Los Angeles, government agent Callie Ferris Julianne Moore goes on the hunt for Cris and hopes to convince him to help her stop the coming apocalypse.
Lee Tamahori. Aug 10, Nicolas Cage Cris Johnson. Julianne Moore Callie Ferris. Jessica Biel Liz. Thomas Kretschmann Mr. Peter Falk Irv.
Tory Kittles Cavanaugh. Jim Beaver Wisdom. Jason Butler Harner Jeff Baines. Michael Trucco Kendall. Lee Tamahori Director.
Gary Goldman Writer. Jonathan Hensleigh Writer. Paul Bernbaum Writer. Nicolas Cage Producer. Todd Garner Producer.
Norman Golightly Producer. Graham King Producer. Arne Schmidt Producer. Gary Goldman Executive Producer. Why Some Philip K. December 3, Full Review….
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View All Critic Reviews Jun 21, I don't really know how to put the thought that came to me while watching Next in a way that makes any actual sense, so I'm just gonna out myself as kind of an idiot and tell you all what that thought literally was: "I'd like to see this movie in a different movie".
Gimly M Super Reviewer. May 01, Cage is quite good in the lead and is well supported by talented actors, but the filmmaking struggles with the overall concept and story.
The incorrect director was chosen for this film and this can be said for the various other films he has attempted in the genre, Die another day and Along came a spider come instantly to mind.
The special effects and the action scenes are poorly developed. This not a bad film and the first half is very interesting, the breakout from the Casino is fun.
The issues are the forced love interest, conspiracy and odd action scenes. The short story was more interesting, why didn't they use that as the basis instead?
Brendan N Super Reviewer. Oct 23, Nick Cage helms this thriller with a supernatural twist in that he plays a dude Californian accent and all able to see into the future for 2, count 'em, 2 minutes.
Everything happens at once: some international bad guys get a atomic bomb into the U. Cue the car chase, the helicopter chase, the explosions, random numbers of people dying in shootouts, etc.
It doesn't make sense cause it doesn't have to. Who are you to question, lowly ticket holder?! Eat your popcorn and behold Nicky's black dyed Californian surfer locks!
Peter Falk wanders through the middle of the film simply happy to be on the set. Kind of a guilty pleasure. Julianne Moore has a coupla scenes running Kevin M.
W Super Reviewer. Aug 29, Nicolas Cage is a genius. I think I bring this up in almost every review of his films that I do, but I used to hate this guy as an actor.
But the more I saw of him, the more I realized that this guy simply did not give a fuck anymore and his Cage-isms, dating back all the way to the 80s, were simply a way to entertain himself.
Never has an actor gained such a cult following by being so purposely bad. And that's why, for a period of about 6 years now, I've loved to watch every Nicolas Cage movie, especially if they're in the low-budget, direct-to-video realm I can find.
Granted, this is more of a high-budget affair than I'm used to when it comes to Cage, but I still definitely wanted to see it. But, sadly, in a way, this is a disappointment.
Don't get me wrong, I wasn't expecting the film itself to be any good, and it wasn't, particularly with the ending feeling like an incredibly cheap way out.
What I am talking about is the fact that Nicolas Cage is more boring than he is batshit crazy in this film. There are still certain Cage-isms, but if you're looking for something to remind you of why you first fell in love with him in The Vampire's Kiss then you would be barking up the wrong tree.
I mean, honestly, the movie does provide some B-movie entertainment. It's goofy, it doesn't make any sense when scrutinized, all its villains are foreign USA!
This movie can definitely be enjoyed, but you need to turn your brain off and realize that you're in for something that's just there to, theoretically, entertain you and I can't even say they did that right.
Here's the thing, the film is aware that it doesn't make any sense and it doesn't really make any sort of an effort to try and make any of this fit within its own context.
But, honestly, outside of a few B-movie thrills here and there, I don't think this film is even that entertaining in its badness.
The exposition itself is just way too damn long, the film is almost an hour gone by the time that the FBI catches up to Cris. The first hour of the film sees Cris falling in love with this woman who lets him see farther into the future than he is able to regularly, he's only able to see 2 minutes into the future, and it is just not very good.
The chemistry between Nicolas Cage and Jessica Biel just isn't there. I just didn't buy that they were in love, particularly after such a ridiculously short period of time together.
Remember how I said that Biel's character let's Cage's character see into the future farther than he normally could. Well, that plays into how the film ends in the worst fucking way possible.
It's like why in the fuck did I waste my time watching the film if that's how it was gonna end. I'm pretty sure you can see how this is gonna end, it's not like I'm explicitly spoiling it, but you can tell.
It's actually an awful ending really. Like I said, it partly works within the context of the narrative, but that doesn't make it any less awful.
It's just a cheap way out of giving you an actual ending, that's just how I see it. It's not like the film was good and this ending brought it down several notches, but it's still pretty terrible.
While there are some fun moments to be had with this film, they're simply not sustained through its, relatively, brief running time.