Arrival

Adams, Amy

$17.99 
SKU: 032429297488

UPC 032429297488
Release Date 2018-03-06
Studio Paramount Home Entertainment
Discs 2
Length 116
Format Color
MPAA Rating PG-13 (MPAA)
Synopsis 4 stars out of 5 -- [D]reamy, freaky, audacious. It skirts the edge of absurdity, as anything like this must, but manages to keep clear, and it includes a big flourish in the manner of early films by M Night Shyamalan...5 stars out of 5 -- [A] super-smart sci-fi that’ll blow your mind and have you on the edge of your seat without recourse to explosions or souped-up fighter jets....That it grips from its first moments is thanks in part to a superb opening montage...By turns inviting and opaque, Ms. Adams turns softness and quiet into heroic qualities, keeping her voice low, modulated, and using stillness to draw you near.3 stars out of 4 -- [T]his is ambitious, accomplished filmmaking that deserves an audience. It’s a film that forces viewers to reconsider that which makes us truly human, and the impact of grief on that timeline of existence.One of the most satisfying things about Denis Villeneuve's elegant, involving ARRIVAL is that it is simultaneously old and new, revisiting many of these alien-invasion conventions but with unexpected intelligence, visual style and heart.[There's] a surprisingly affecting emotional core to Villeneuve’s enigma—a stealth poignancy woven into the fabric of its cerebral design. Arrival has come, like a visitor from the cosmos, to blow minds and break hearts. -- Grade: B+Ultimately, it’s far less interested in galactic destiny than the infinite, uncharted landscape of the human heart. -- Grade: A-3.5 stars out of 4 -- [A] mesmerizing mindbender directed with searching mind and heart by the Quebec-born Denis Villeneuve...5 stars out of 5 -- ARRIVAL is a beautifully polished puzzle box of a story....And like all the best sci-fi, it has something pertinent to say about today’s world; particularly about the importance of communication...The look of ARRIVAL is stately and elegant; its pace, sober and deliberate.ARRIVAL hews to its sleek, unfussy storytelling, which is both suspenseful and almost poetically abstract, an effect heightened by Jóhann Jóhannsson’s unsettling score.Denis Villeneuve’s latest is a quintessential science-fiction blockbuster steeped in genre traditions and made singular by Amy Adams’s transporting performance.Denis Villeneuve directed this science-fiction suspense film about Earth's response to a possible alien invasion. After extraterrestrial spacecraft plant themselves at various locations around the globe, a linguist (Amy Adams) and a theoretical physicist (Jeremy Renner) must find a way to communicate with the mysterious visitors in order to learn what they want and whether they pose a threat to humanity. Forest Whitaker and Michael Stuhlbarg co-star.
Cast Stanley J. Wlodkowski (Production Manager/UPM)
Ryal Cosgrove (Special Effects Supervisor)
Denis Villeneuve (Director)
FrameStore (Visual Effects Designer)
Joan Patricia Parris (Makeup)
Nicholas Lepage (Supervising Art Director)
Marc Charlebois (Camera Operator)
Gillian Chandler (Makeup)
Marc Desourdy (Stunt Coordinator)
Helene Ross (Production Manager/UPM)
Bernard Gariepy Strobl (Sound Re-Recording)
Bradford Young (Director of Photography)
Don Sparks (Assistant Director)
Pascal Elissalde (Assistant Director)
Johann Johannsson (Composer)
Eric Heisserer (Screenwriter)
Rodeo FX (Visual Effects Designer)
Fly Studio (Visual Effects Designer)
Oblique FX (Visual Effects Designer)
Raynault VFX (Visual Effects Designer)
Alchemy24 (Visual Effects Designer)
MELS (Visual Effects Designer)
Hugues Tremblay (Camera Operator)
Ted Chiang (Source Writer)
Shed (Visual Effects Designer)
Folks VFX (Visual Effects Designer)
Marie-Jose Bourassa (Assistant Director)
Michelle Quinn (Production Manager/UPM)
Frederic Chamberland (Camera Operator)
Lorne Brass (Co-Star)
Mark Camacho (Co-Star)
Tzi Ma (Co-Star)
Russell Yuen (Co-Star)
Forest Whitaker (Star)
Jeremy Renner (Star)
Paul-Antoine Taillefer (Co-Star)
Sergey Marchenko (Co-Star)
Julian Casey (Co-Star)
Michael Stuhlbarg (Star)
Amy Adams (Star)
Larry Day (Co-Star)
Ruth Chiang (Co-Star)
Ola Sturik (Co-Star)
Dan Duran (Co-Star)
Tony Robinow (Co-Star)
Joe Cobden (Co-Star)
Abdul Ayoola (Co-Star)
Anana Rydvald (Co-Star)
Frank Schorpion (Co-Star)
Sonia Vigneault (Co-Star)
Andrew Shaver (Co-Star)
Pat Kiely (Co-Star)
Brent Skagford (Co-Star)
Mark O'Brien (Star)
Albert Kwan (Co-Star)
Abdelghafour Elaaziz (Co-Star)
Bineyam Girma (Co-Star)
Lori Graham (Co-Star)
Shawn Campbell (Co-Star)
Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles (Co-Star)
Adrien Benn (Co-Star)
Max Walker (Co-Star)
Camille Ross (Co-Star)
Abigail Pniowsky (Co-Star)
Julia Scarlett Dan (Co-Star)
Jadyn Malone (Co-Star)
Lucas Chartier-Dessert (Co-Star)
Christian Jadah (Co-Star)
Lucy VanOldenbarneveld (Co-Star)
Sabrina Reeves (Co-Star)
Matthew Willson (Co-Star)
Alex M. Yeuh (Co-Star)
Daniel Esteban (Co-Star)
Brittany Teo (Co-Star)
Genevieve Sirois (Co-Star)
Michael Nangreaves (Co-Star)
Reda Guerinik (Co-Star)
Sasha Samar (Co-Star)
Kathleen Stavert (Co-Star)
Kattia Thony (Co-Star)
Leisa Reid (Co-Star)
Gurdeep Ahluwalia (Co-Star)
Brian Dunstan (Co-Star)
Orla Johannes (Co-Star)
John Moore (Co-Star)
Sangita Patel (Co-Star)
Hal Roberts (Co-Star)
Tammie Sutherland (Co-Star)
Marc-Andre Goulet (Co-Star)
Martin Pelletier (Co-Star)
Sounds/Subtitles Blu-ray Disc Features: Region 1 Note: Blu-ray Special Features Xenolinguistics: Understanding Arrival Acoustic Signatures The Sound Design Eternal Recurrence: The Score Nonlinear Thinking: The Editing Process Principles of Time, Memory & Language Widescreen Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Spanish DTS HD Master Audio - English, French, Spanish Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Language English
Weight 0.40000
Height 0.50000
Width 5.25000
Depth 6.50000
Format Code Blu-ray Hi-Def DVD
Library Subject Feature Film Drama,Science Fiction,Mystery
Attribute DVD Included,Includes Digital Copy,Steelbook,Widescreen
Product Code Movie

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