Captive State (2019)
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Captive State (2019)


Genre
:
Science Fiction
Rating
:
5.3 / 10
Release Date
:
15 March 2019
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
1 : 50 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, فارسی
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Nearly a decade after occupation by an extraterrestrial force, the lives of a Chicago neighborhood on both sides of the conflict are explored.

Cast Overview :

William Mulligan
by: John Goodman
Jane Doe
by: Vera Farmiga
Gabriel Drummond
by: Ashton Sanders
Jurgis
by: Machine Gun Kelly
Rula
by: Madeline Brewer
Rittenhouse
by: Alan Ruck
Ellison
by: James Ransone
Kermode
by: Kevin J. O'Connor
Daniel
by: Ben Daniels
Levitt
by: D. B. Sweeney
Rafe
by: Jonathan Majors
Police Chief Igoe
by: Kevin Dunn
Carrie
by: Kiki Layne
Barbosa
by: Ta'Rhonda Jones
Fan
by: Lizzy Leigh
Fan
by: Brian Bowman
Nark
by: José Antonio García
Mayor Ed Lee
by: Marc Grapey
Theo
by: Alex Henderson
Legislator
by: Otis Winston
Fan Girl
by: Jackie Saland
Lead Hunter
by: Carey Jones
Surveillance Specialist
by: Mickey O'Sullivan
Prisoner
by: Giota Trakas
The courior
by: Rene L. Moreno
Elroy
by: Mino Mackic
John
by: Chike Johnson

Member Reviews :

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) As a huge fan of the sci-fi genre, especially when it involves alien invasions of some kind, movies like this always leave me excited. It doesn’t matter what the audience or critics have been saying (in fact, it never does) because it won’t affect my enthusiasm (in fact, nothing does). By knowing who the cast, director, writers, and producers are, I instantly know how high or low I need to set my expectations. Having this in mind, I was hoping that Captive State could be one of 2019’s surprises. It has an unusual concept that can provide a very unique story if it’s well-told, so the big question is: did they execute all of their ideas successfully? Unfortunately, no. Not even close. Honestly, the screenplay is so convoluted and messy that I felt “lost” several times. I admire the amount of work that they put into this because they actually did and it shows. The overall concept and its ramifications are all there, the story is indeed interesting. It’s just the way that it’s told that ruins the entire thing. However, the first sentence I heard after the film’s conclusion, came from someone who said: “here I was expecting massive action and …” If you go into your movie theater expecting a straightforward, action-heavy, alien-invasion-type flick and you leave disappointed, that’s on you! From the trailers to its marketing, there was never a message of “hey, this is pure action, humans vs. aliens!” It tried its best to give the world a different take on this “sub-genre”, let’s call it that. I mean, they had it all: a good cast with the always astonishing John Goodman (William Mulligan) as one of the protagonists, beautiful visual effects that elevated the set design, and the aliens actually have an intriguing physical shape. Sadly, there’s barely any aliens throughout the runtime. There’s hardly … anything. I don’t know what happened post-production, but it feels like they were pushed to deliver something different, so they cut all of the other scenes with extra-terrestrial stuff (I’m certain that they had more to show). The main issue here is that you can never have a 100% ambiguous story. Arrival is probably the best non-typical alien-invasion movie ever, not because it scarcely shows any aliens or action, but due to its twistful and thought-provoking script. Nevertheless, it still shows a lot! You don’t leave that film disappointed because you didn’t see the inside of a spaceship or an actual alien. You leave perplexed and with your mind blown. Captive State just leaves you confused and wishing for more. A lot more. There’s really not that much more to say on this review without getting into spoiler territory. Sadly, this is one of those movies that come out every year showing tremendous potential, an innovative and intriguing premise, but that in the end, it just isn’t able to succeed. It doesn’t structure its story and ideas in the most efficient way possible. Its execution is sloppy, filled with hollow characters, no real flow (it feels like it’s just a scene after another scene), too vague, and it profoundly hopes that you didn’t figure out a pretty obvious twist so they can shock you seconds away from the end. It’s not horrible, but it’s definitely frustrating and disappointing. John Goodman delivers a great performance as always, and the visual effects are striking, to say the least. The production quality is undeniable, they really worked hard to provide the audience with an environment that actually feels real. The first act is pretty good, but it’s downhill from there. Ashton Sanders shares the lead with Goodman, and he’s also pretty good, no doubt about it. However, and this sums up the film pretty well: if I have to check online what the name of the main character was (Gabriel Drummond), then something went terribly wrong. It’s not going to end up being one of the worst movies of the year, but so far, it’s the biggest letdown. Rating: C-
  msbreviews
Honestly don't really know what I just saw. It's like if _The Battle of Algiers_ had no nuance, or if _District 9_ you know... sucked. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
  Gimly