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The Book of Eli (2010)

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  • A post-apocalyptic tale, in which a lone man fights his way across America in order to protect a sacred book that holds the secrets to saving humankind.

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  • $80,000,000
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    In a violent post-apocalyptic society, a drifter, Eli, has been wandering westward across North America for the last thirty years. He finds solace in a unique book which he carries on his person and guards closely, whilst surviving by hunting small animals and seeking goods in destroyed houses and vehicles to trade in villages for water and supplies. When he reaches a village ruled by the powerful mobster, Carnegie, the man views Eli's impressive fighting skills and offers Eli a place within his gang. Carnegie presses his blind lover Claudia to send her daughter, Solara, to at least convince Eli to spend the night by sleeping with him. However, Eli proves to be the better man when he gently declines her advances. The girl sees Eli's book, and when Carnegie finds out he beats her mother until she reveals what she saw. Carnegie sends his gang into the wasteland to take the book from Eli, but the man proves to be a formidable foe as he makes it more than clear that if they want the book,...

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    The Book of Eli is one of those films that, at first glance, doesn't offer a terribly thrilling premise: a post-apocalyptic world, a lone wolf who fights for whatever is left of the good of mankind, and the young, naive and somewhat annoying girl he reluctantly takes under his wing. And of course, the bad guy. Sure, there are many more films like this you can find at any local video store. However, when you put two acting grandmasters like Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman head to head, you already know you're in for a treat. And in that respect, "Eli" absolutely delivers. Denzel Washington, in the role of Eli, does what he does best: he delivers his most perfect rough-around-the-edges, I'm-a-good-guy-but-I-don't-care routine we all know and love. He is a hard knock alright, and he has absolutely no problem whatsoever severing a few of your body parts if you get in his way. But he is still good to the core, one of the few decent human beings left in a world forsaken of decency. All you need to do to know this is look in his eyes, because the warmth and charisma Washington possesses say it all, even if he is completely covered in scar tissue. And then there's Gary Oldman. Good old Gary Oldman. I have to say, it's really nice to see him play a stone cold, heartless scumbag once again, especially after his soft good guy role in Batman, where he was almost dorky – to no fault of his own of course, but still. This man deserves to get every inch of space to act freely, and thank goodness, the Hughes brothers allowed him exactly that. He plays a sort of mob boss, the self-appointed leader of a dingy little town and owner of the bar. He beats his wife, prostitutes his stepdaughter and he does it smiling. He is the most filthy kind of evil, absolutely rotten and loving it. Why? We don't know. He's just a bastard, and that's that. Which is another thing I really like about this film, even though I realize many other people might actually hate it: it offers absolutely no motives, no answers, no explanations to anything, no bite size plot lines, nothing. There's no intro, no voice-over telling you where we are and what's going on. Only half-way through the film there is a scene with Eli and Solara (played by Mila Kunis) where he tells her a little bit about his life, but that's it. Like I said, some people might hate this, so if you are the kind of person who likes a formula-driven action flick with catchy punch lines and nothing to think about, this is not the film for you. I would also like to make a little note on Mila Kunis. I must admit, I first had some doubts about her taking on a genre like this (although I was impressed with her performance in Black Swan, but that's a completely different kind of film, and other than that I only know her from That 70's Show), and throughout her first couple of scenes, she didn't do much to remove those doubts. However, as the film progressed, she got her act together and in the end, delivered a credible performance. The visuals are stunning from start to finish. If you are a fan of the new, Frank Miller type of film style with high contrast colours and surreal scenery, you really need to see this. The bleak colours and images of darkness set against a really bright sky make the atmosphere heavy and haunting, making the anxiety of the characters almost tangible. You can just feel dryness, the desert, the hunger and the thirst. The western-like scenery of the town with the "saloon" at the heart of it, only adds to that sensation. Another thing I'd like to mention is a quality not many modern-day films possess: the lost art of being silent. It is very rare for a film in this genre to simply be so... still. There is no dialogue except where it's absolutely necessary, and even the music is only used to actually add something to the scenes, but never as filler. The absence of sound here is just as important as its presence. Perfect. On a similar note, the final credits go to Atticus Ross, who created an absolutely magnificent soundtrack, with music that sounds somewhat like the hybrid lovechild of Trent Reznor and Thom Yorke. It's just stellar and truly adds (emotional) value to every scene. Finally, I'm not going to tell you what the story is about, I will simply recommend that you go into it with an open mind and no prior knowledge. That's what I did and it worked perfectly. (I will only say that you really need to stick around for the awesome, slap-in-the-face plot twist at the end!) Of course it's not the best film ever made, but I still give it a 10, simply because it's beautiful, it's cool and it delivers a few excellent and satisfactory action scenes. And because it's been a really long time since I have downloaded a soundtrack immediately after seeing the film. Original? No. Eye-candy? Absolutely. Go see it. _(April 2011)_

    Comments

    3 years ago

    Or anything about what changed post apocalypse, it's just an attempt to send people to church. That's it.

    3 years ago

    Either you'll hate this movie if you don't like that this movie is promoting a religious propaganda. But, I am non christian guy, still I liked this movie so much. Just watch this movie without your religious sentiments. You'll enjoy it.

    3 years ago

    Movie Review: "The Book Of Eli" (2009)Silver Pictures with producer Joel Silver and Alcon Entertainment under script-benefiting producer Broderick Johnson realize the original screenplay by Gary Whitta, also known for his writing contributions on "Rogue One" (2016), for a Hollywood budget of 80 Million U.S. Dollars with "From Hell" (2001) directing-approved brothers Albert and Allen Hughes, who deliver with a decisive image system of a post-apocalyptic, desaturated neo-western scenario, which becomes an ideal vehicle of contemporary action-movie entertainment for leading, also-producing actor Denzel Washington as main character Eli, who walks West on a road through a desolated rural mid-west USA, thirty years after an unspeakable war, gathering random pieces of use, arrow-shooting a hairless cat for food purposes in a extremely well-executed opening shot by cinematographer Don Burgess under slight rain of ash within detailed-researched, homeless-scene-indulging production design by Gae S. Buckley, which then throughout "The Book Of Eli" keeps its tension of following the Afro-American man Eli, protecting his book, fighting hostiles and prevail in focus for his journey.The explicit action scenes come in frequent dosage, which surprise with precisely choreographed motions of a weaponized martial art variations, when Eli's sharpened senses, passion for battery-low running MP3-music playing gadget of rhythm & blues leading him to meet further memorable outlined characters in a dusty, daylight-high-pitching small town, where the character of Carnegie, performed by menacing-looking, range-playing actor Gary Oldman, builds a nemesis character for loner Eli, when confrontations arise in gun violence for the secret book-emerging knowledge towards power and highly-active, contra-giving female characters, portrayed by emotional-arc playing actress Mila Kunis as Solara; and further character conflicts of her husband Carnegie-outplaying actress Jennifer Beals as Claudia shares emotional beats in a quietly-received chamber room scene of paced satisfactions that mark a fair equivalence to full-frontal early-on showdown of a camera-immersive shoot-out at 75 minutes to a further subconsciously-creeping cannibal couple's house exterior location, before Eli breaks-free from oppression to deliver the book of books to its final destination at Western shores with further out-of-the-ordinary suspense-holding cameos by character actors as Michael Gambon and Malcolm McDowell. © 2018 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)

    7 years ago

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    7 years ago

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    6 years ago

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    6 years ago

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    6 years ago

    Why the fuck does this say 1080p if it is 1920x800? Shame on you! 1080p is 1920x1080!

    5 years ago

    gracias por la subida

    5 years ago

    what is the moral of the story? with God, all things are possible

    5 years ago

    Has a HUGE BLACK BORDER when I stream to my tv. None of my other files (even my YIFY ones) do this.

    4 years ago

    Audio - 8 (very quiet but perfect otherwise) Video - 10 Movie - 6

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    3 years ago

    @ bloodrunk @ kurnis This is a movie with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, how do you want to fit it in a 1.77:1 screen without letterboxing?

    1920/800 = 2.4

    Do the math and spare us your comments.

    3 years ago

    I'd like to make a short list of things that annoyed the living hell out of me in the film.1) The blatant thievery from Mad Max II and Waterworld. Only one of those films is worth stealing from, and its pretty damn obvious when you do.2) Canned goods are still edible and can be traded 30 years after they were made and have been through a nuclear war? They're hardly edible now! Also, clothes and designer shades have survived without any damage and you can look like a model from one of the higher end catalogues if you put a little effort in.3) The world appears to be a sandy wasteland with no agriculture or industry, so what did the people eat and where did they get the cloth to make their clothes, the ammunition for their semi automatic weapons and the fuel for their still functioning motor vehicles?4) Further to that, it is stated that not many people from before the war survived, so who taught the ones born since to drive and operate complex machinery? 5) Books can survive war and fire and 30 years without getting scorched or even turning a bit yellow,and your Ipod will still work. Nobody has thought to plant a crop, but they have developed battery chargers.OK, those are the most obvious flaws, but now we have to take a look at Eli himself, a character so ridiculous that its impossible to take him seriously. First up, he's bulletproof (except he isn't) and he's blind, although right up until that little bombshell is revealed he performs tasks that would be impossible for a blind man to complete. Oh, and he can stand in the middle of a firefight and not get hit once, but he can shoot down about 12 baddies with a single magazine from his pistol. Not since the A Team have the bad guys been such lousy shots. When he isn't using his pistol, he uses a big machete to hack people to death with, all in the name of the Lord. But thats OK, because the Bearded One has chosen Eli to be his last prophet, delivering his word to the poor folk of the now ravaged earth. Only he doesn't.There is absolutely no back story to Eli, we only know that he's been walking for 30 years murdering anybody he doesn't like (which is everybody)and in that time has never found people worthy of his teachings. Oh yeah, he has the only copy of the bible in the whole world. Its a King James bible obviously, because God is a W.A.S.PWe are told that after the war, the remaining citizens of planet earth spent the time that followed not rebuilding or replanting, but seeking out copies of the book and destroying them. It appears that only 10% has survived the war and subsequent scorching of the earth, but between them they managed to destroy about 5 billion copies of the gospels. they must have worked awfully hard.So, a bullet proof blind prophet of God wanders the deserts of America for 30 years killing everybody, unless they really deserve it because they're rapists, trying to find a safe place for the holy book he has in his possession. There's a baddie after it, but he is so inept and stupid that he lets Eli keep his knife and gun when he takes him prisoner, and even sends him a young girl to keep him occupied while he's being detained, in the hope that he'll join his baddie gang. He doesn't, of course, but the girl hears a few words from the book and instantly becomes his disciple. They escape his clutches and walk out of town, hotly pursued by vehicles that he manages to outdistance by miles in about 15 minutes. If it sounds like I'm making this up as I go along then its because this is exactly what happened I suspect. to fill in the massive plot holes and action sequence absurdities, the writers appear to have patched the script with garbage like 'Oh, lets make him bullet proof. Thats gets him out of that one'So onward we plod until Eli gets bested, which makes God angry and there's a big flash of lightning but no repercussions, and the baddie, played by a completely wasted Gary Oldman, gets his prize. Only he doesn't because TAADAA!! The book is in braille! Genius. Luckily Eli has memorised it and finally reaches his destination, having taped a bullet wound in his stomach up, and recites the entire thing to a man with a pen and around 10000 sheets of paper to spare before finally dying.Now, the entire film is nothing more than a poorly realised piece of Christian propaganda, the message being that without the word of God, the world will descend into savagery. I don't really have a problem with that, films have to be about something and thats as good a premise as any other, my problem is that it is just very badly played out. I don't mind being fooled, like in The Usual Suspects, what I object too is being treated like a fool. The close up of Eli's eyes, where his blindness is revealed is supposed to be the big 'Ahhh!' moment, where everything suddenly makes sense, but it makes a nonsense of the entire film and you just wasted 2 hours being lied to by the most inept story tellers I have ever come across. It is suggested that he's only half blind, so perhaps in the land of the blind the one eyed man is king is the moral here, but even on that level it fails miserably.

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