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Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Titan - Evolve or die" von Lennart Ruff: Wenn Atmosphäre und trägt dazu bei, dass der Film über lange Zeit eine suggestive. Weil sich die weltweiten Ressourcen in der Zukunft verringern werden, führt ein Forschungsteam ein Experiment für die Entwicklung der Menschheit im All durch. In einer militärischen Geheimbasis wird der Körper des Air-Force-Piloten Rick so. Titan – Evolve or Die ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr von Lennart Ruff mit Sam Worthington, Taylor Schilling und Tom.

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Weil sich die weltweiten Ressourcen in der Zukunft verringern werden, führt ein Forschungsteam ein Experiment für die Entwicklung der Menschheit im All durch. In einer militärischen Geheimbasis wird der Körper des Air-Force-Piloten Rick so. Titan – Evolve or Die ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr von Lennart Ruff mit Sam Worthington, Taylor Schilling und Tom. Titan - Evolve or die ein Film von Lennart Ruff mit Sam Worthington, Taylor Schilling. Inhaltsangabe: In naher Zukunft blutet die Erde langsam aus. Es gibt nicht. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Titan - Evolve or die" von Lennart Ruff: Wenn Atmosphäre und trägt dazu bei, dass der Film über lange Zeit eine suggestive. Für Sam Worthington war Titan der dritte Filmdreh, den er auf Gran Canaria absolvierte. Die anderen zwei waren Kampf der Titanen () und Zorn der. In einer nahen Zukunft steht die Erde kurz davor, für die Menschen unbewohnbar zu werden. Mit Titan, dem größten Mond des Saturns, scheinen Forscher eine. Der Film hat mich interessiert, da ich alle S-Fiction Filme grundsätzlich sehenswert finde. Die Qualität des Film ist gut. Auch fand ich die Tiefe und die zahlreichen.

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Titan - Evolve or die ein Film von Lennart Ruff mit Sam Worthington, Taylor Schilling. Inhaltsangabe: In naher Zukunft blutet die Erde langsam aus. Es gibt nicht. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Titan - Evolve or die" von Lennart Ruff: Wenn Atmosphäre und trägt dazu bei, dass der Film über lange Zeit eine suggestive. In einer nahen Zukunft steht die Erde kurz davor, für die Menschen unbewohnbar zu werden. Mit Titan, dem größten Mond des Saturns, scheinen Forscher eine.

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Attack on titan full movie part 2-end of the world (full hd) [ENG SUB] [INDO SUB] The Guardian. No Score Yet. The military hunt for Rick, but it is Abigail who finds him on a hill they often jog to. Clear your history. Blood of Zeus. Titan - Evolve or die Film - Kritik „Titan - Evolve or Die“ möchte gerne ein Sci-Fi-Beitrag sein, der sich brisanten Fragen rund um Evolution, Wissenschaft. „The Titan“ handelt von dem Air-Force-Piloten Rick Janssen, dessen Körper bei einem Militärexperiment so widerstandsfähig gemacht wird. Titan Film

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sam Worthington Rick Janssen Taylor Schilling Abi Janssen Tom Wilkinson Martin Collingwood Agyness Deyn Freya Upton Nathalie Emmanuel Tally Rutherford Noah Jupe Lucas Janssen Corey Johnson Jim Peterson Aleksandar Jovanovic Anton Werner Diego Boneta Luis Hernandez Aaron Heffernan Zane Gorski Alex Lanipekun Andrew Rutherford Naomi Battrick Rayenne Gorski Steven Cree Timothy Pike Nathalie Poza Vita Ramos Francesc Garrido Edit Storyline A military family takes part in a ground-breaking experiment of genetic evolution and space exploration.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia Sofia Boutella was originally set to appear in the film but dropped out. She was replaced by Agyness Deyn.

Goofs Titan has a surface temperature of C 93K , there is no way for a human - genetically modified or otherwise to survive in those temperatures.

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Lennart Ruff. Max Hurwitz. Mar 30, Sam Worthington. Taylor Schilling. Tom Wilkinson. Agyness Deyn. Nathalie Emmanuel. Corey Johnson Petersen. Aleksandar Jovanovic Sergeant Johan Werner.

Aaron Heffernan Zane Gorski. Nathalie Poza. Steven Cree Major Timothy Pike. Lennart Ruff Director. Max Hurwitz Screenwriter. Arash Amel Producer.

Fred Berger Producer. Leon Clarance Producer. Brian Kavanaugh-Jones Producer. Ben Pugh Producer. Jonathan Deckter Executive Producer.

Joshua Horsfield Executive Producer. May 23, Full Review…. October 24, Rating: 4. November 8, Full Review…. June 29, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Apr 26, Not horrible for a b film.

The special effects are decent. The science at the center of the premise is super shaky and hard to swallow.

The writing is bad, with some ultra cheesy moments. The politicking is lame. All that said, it keeps you entertained, even as the film focus changes from the training and "artificial evolution" Rick to more of a psychological study Abigail.

Ed K Super Reviewer. Apr 07, Although begun with an interesting premise, that of engineering the species for life off-Earth, the follow-through is lethargic and uninspired.

Tom Wilkinson does well as the scientist behind the idea, but he's done this kind of thing before and better, and there's just not enough going here to justify your time.

Kevin M. W Super Reviewer. Apr 02, The film has been done before, maybe not in the same storyline but definitely as a creator defending his own creation.

The filmmakers might have been better off focusing on the darker elements of the testing as they only have Worthington as the main focus.

The script is quite weak and when the inevitable occurs, predictably of course, you just never click with anything that happens after that.

I thought this might be a good sci fi film but Netflix has put their brand behind another subpar film that would've been ignored at the cinemas.

Poor filmmaking can't resurrect a dire project, the cast was better served not signing on in the first place.

Brendan N Super Reviewer. Mar 31, Ironically enough, I chose to watch a movie about forced evolution on Good Friday. Naturally, being an atheist, I believe in evolution over creationism and feel that the latter should be kept as far away from science classes as humanly possible.

Honestly, though, I don't choose to watch this movie consciously know that it was Good Friday, I just wanted to see it, even though I knew it probably wouldn't have amounted to much.

Another thing, though, before we get to the review. Will you look at the fucking poster for this movie??? It's on Letterboxd and RottenTomatoes.

Holy fuck, look at that thing. Not only is it not faithful to what Rick ends up looking like in the movie, but it looks like it was done in a span of two hours by someone who clearly sucks at Photoshop.

Look, guys, I understand that you can't judge a book by its cover. I'm sure there's been plenty of shitty posters for great movies. But if people see that poster without knowing anything else about the movie, they'll just be like 'ok, looks shit, let's watch something else'.

Of course, it doesn't help matters when the movie under the poster is not particularly good either, but I'm sure Netflix could have sprung a few bucks for a better poster.

Then again, Netflix bought this movie after it was already done, so they may have had some posters drawn up already. Moving on, however. Conceptually speaking, I do like the idea they're trying to get across here.

Earth is fucked, half of us will die of starvation within 15 years of this film's events and, there will come a point, where earth is simply uninhabitable anymore.

That's where Saturn's moon, Titan, comes in. Basically, these soldiers from various countries are chosen for these experiments to create a human being that will be able to survive Titan's harsh conditions.

They do this through forced evolution, accelerating a process that would, left to its own devices, take millions of years and narrowing that down, seemingly, to a period of months.

The movie never gives any indication as to how much time has passed since the experiments start and the end of the movie. So who knows how much fucking time has passed?

I will say that parts of the movie reminded me of Splice, in that the injections that they've been given had some enzymes in it that could alter human DNA to that of, say, an animal.

Of course, this movie is never as good as Splice, nor is there a sex scene with the scientist and its creation.

Naturally speaking, after taking the injections, Rick, and his colleagues, start suffering side effects.

Rick's skin starts shedding, he is able to breathe underwater for close to an hour, he's an insanely fast swimmer. There's also some negative side effects, like he starts throwing up, he goes blind after one eye operation and acting completely unlike himself.

The side effects do start to pile up one on top of the other and Abi, Rick's wife, a doctor herself, takes matters into her own hands and tries to find out what's going and what Collingwood the head of the experiment is hiding.

And, perhaps, this is the movie's biggest problem. Well, I mean, other than undercooked characters and uninteresting execution of its concept.

Basically, you don't know whose story this is supposed to be. You get the idea that the movie started out as being about Rick and the changes he went through as a result of this experiment.

But then, about halfway through the movie, they come to the realization that Sam Worthington really isn't a very good actor and he cannot properly sell the effects this change is having on him.

Surprise surprise, Taylor Schilling, who plays his wife, is a vastly superior actress and she can do a good job at selling the consternation she feels at her husband's rapidly deteriorating, if you can call it that, health as a result of these experiments.

So then the film shifts to her as its main focus and getting to the bottom of Collingwood's ethically unacceptable experiments and the secrecy surrounding them.

Is the movie better when it shifts to Abi? I don't know, I felt they did a better job with Abi's dedication to her husband than they did with Rick's transformation into So I guess you could say I thought it was better.

I still felt the characters and the story was undercooked in that they really do rush through a lot of interesting ideas in order to get you to Rick's transformation faster.

The movie's main theme eventually boils down to an oversimplification of how you shouldn't play god.

We've seen this before and we've seen it done much better, so they had to bring something more to the table, except that they were not intellectually equipped to do so.

Moving forward from Abi's perspective, the movie doesn't really have any surprises. Collingwood's experiment succeeds, but at the cost of the life of every participant in it that's not named Rick.

Other people not going through the experiment die as well, but they're not really that important. If you're gonna choose to perform an experiment of this sort, why wouldn't you pick soldiers without families?

Especially when you don't know the side effects of the experiment itself. It's a bit silly to bring families into this given the unknown aspect of the results themselves.

And, another thing, Collingwood's entire goal is to create a new breed super-human like Rick and Tally ended up being , except the fact is that this new breed of human dies almost as quickly, if not more so, than regular humans.

Great experimentation there bro. And another thing, so your experiment succeeds, so what? What does that do??? You can send Rick to Titan, yippee!!!

How the fuck does that help the rest of humanity??? You can make the argument that Rick's altered DNA serves as a template to apply to everyone else so they can live on Titan.

You can speculate based on the planet's condition, but you can't confirm or deny it based on ONE successful test subject.

The politicking is lame. All that said, it keeps you entertained, even as the film focus changes from the training and "artificial evolution" Rick to more of a psychological study Abigail.

Ed K Super Reviewer. Apr 07, Although begun with an interesting premise, that of engineering the species for life off-Earth, the follow-through is lethargic and uninspired.

Tom Wilkinson does well as the scientist behind the idea, but he's done this kind of thing before and better, and there's just not enough going here to justify your time.

Kevin M. W Super Reviewer. Apr 02, The film has been done before, maybe not in the same storyline but definitely as a creator defending his own creation.

The filmmakers might have been better off focusing on the darker elements of the testing as they only have Worthington as the main focus.

The script is quite weak and when the inevitable occurs, predictably of course, you just never click with anything that happens after that.

I thought this might be a good sci fi film but Netflix has put their brand behind another subpar film that would've been ignored at the cinemas.

Poor filmmaking can't resurrect a dire project, the cast was better served not signing on in the first place. Brendan N Super Reviewer.

Mar 31, Ironically enough, I chose to watch a movie about forced evolution on Good Friday. Naturally, being an atheist, I believe in evolution over creationism and feel that the latter should be kept as far away from science classes as humanly possible.

Honestly, though, I don't choose to watch this movie consciously know that it was Good Friday, I just wanted to see it, even though I knew it probably wouldn't have amounted to much.

Another thing, though, before we get to the review. Will you look at the fucking poster for this movie??? It's on Letterboxd and RottenTomatoes.

Holy fuck, look at that thing. Not only is it not faithful to what Rick ends up looking like in the movie, but it looks like it was done in a span of two hours by someone who clearly sucks at Photoshop.

Look, guys, I understand that you can't judge a book by its cover. I'm sure there's been plenty of shitty posters for great movies.

But if people see that poster without knowing anything else about the movie, they'll just be like 'ok, looks shit, let's watch something else'.

Of course, it doesn't help matters when the movie under the poster is not particularly good either, but I'm sure Netflix could have sprung a few bucks for a better poster.

Then again, Netflix bought this movie after it was already done, so they may have had some posters drawn up already.

Moving on, however. Conceptually speaking, I do like the idea they're trying to get across here. Earth is fucked, half of us will die of starvation within 15 years of this film's events and, there will come a point, where earth is simply uninhabitable anymore.

That's where Saturn's moon, Titan, comes in. Basically, these soldiers from various countries are chosen for these experiments to create a human being that will be able to survive Titan's harsh conditions.

They do this through forced evolution, accelerating a process that would, left to its own devices, take millions of years and narrowing that down, seemingly, to a period of months.

The movie never gives any indication as to how much time has passed since the experiments start and the end of the movie. So who knows how much fucking time has passed?

I will say that parts of the movie reminded me of Splice, in that the injections that they've been given had some enzymes in it that could alter human DNA to that of, say, an animal.

Of course, this movie is never as good as Splice, nor is there a sex scene with the scientist and its creation. Naturally speaking, after taking the injections, Rick, and his colleagues, start suffering side effects.

Rick's skin starts shedding, he is able to breathe underwater for close to an hour, he's an insanely fast swimmer. There's also some negative side effects, like he starts throwing up, he goes blind after one eye operation and acting completely unlike himself.

The side effects do start to pile up one on top of the other and Abi, Rick's wife, a doctor herself, takes matters into her own hands and tries to find out what's going and what Collingwood the head of the experiment is hiding.

And, perhaps, this is the movie's biggest problem. Well, I mean, other than undercooked characters and uninteresting execution of its concept.

Basically, you don't know whose story this is supposed to be. You get the idea that the movie started out as being about Rick and the changes he went through as a result of this experiment.

But then, about halfway through the movie, they come to the realization that Sam Worthington really isn't a very good actor and he cannot properly sell the effects this change is having on him.

Surprise surprise, Taylor Schilling, who plays his wife, is a vastly superior actress and she can do a good job at selling the consternation she feels at her husband's rapidly deteriorating, if you can call it that, health as a result of these experiments.

So then the film shifts to her as its main focus and getting to the bottom of Collingwood's ethically unacceptable experiments and the secrecy surrounding them.

Is the movie better when it shifts to Abi? I don't know, I felt they did a better job with Abi's dedication to her husband than they did with Rick's transformation into So I guess you could say I thought it was better.

I still felt the characters and the story was undercooked in that they really do rush through a lot of interesting ideas in order to get you to Rick's transformation faster.

The movie's main theme eventually boils down to an oversimplification of how you shouldn't play god. We've seen this before and we've seen it done much better, so they had to bring something more to the table, except that they were not intellectually equipped to do so.

Moving forward from Abi's perspective, the movie doesn't really have any surprises. Collingwood's experiment succeeds, but at the cost of the life of every participant in it that's not named Rick.

Other people not going through the experiment die as well, but they're not really that important. If you're gonna choose to perform an experiment of this sort, why wouldn't you pick soldiers without families?

Especially when you don't know the side effects of the experiment itself. It's a bit silly to bring families into this given the unknown aspect of the results themselves.

And, another thing, Collingwood's entire goal is to create a new breed super-human like Rick and Tally ended up being , except the fact is that this new breed of human dies almost as quickly, if not more so, than regular humans.

Great experimentation there bro. And another thing, so your experiment succeeds, so what? What does that do??? You can send Rick to Titan, yippee!!!

How the fuck does that help the rest of humanity??? You can make the argument that Rick's altered DNA serves as a template to apply to everyone else so they can live on Titan.

You can speculate based on the planet's condition, but you can't confirm or deny it based on ONE successful test subject.

And that's not to mention how long it's gonna fucking take to make sure everyone in the world is injected with this to ensure their survival on Titan.

It's gonna take much longer than the supposed time Earth has left. But you're not supposed to think about that. Is Rick also meant to start colonizing Titan or what?

Matt Fowler from IGN gave the film 5 out of And it spends the bulk of its body focusing on the wrong story. By the time the tale ends, you feel like you've just finally reached something interesting because the hour and a half leading you there contained a ton of filler and unnecessary fat.

David Ehrlich from IndieWire also gave the film a negative review:. The Titan hedges its bets until we lose track of whose story this really is, the film so hesitant in its telling that we hardly even notice how Abigail is replacing Rick at the center of it all.

Dan Jackson from the Thrillist , wrote:. It's a drab, rudderless movie that calls on its star to splice some life into the reanimated DNA of more thoughtful, original fare like The Fly or Annihilation.

Sadly, Worthington isn't up to the task and the experiment eventually goes haywire. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the U. For other uses, see Titan. Release date. Running time. The Numbers. Retrieved April 21, Complex Media. Retrieved 22 February Deadline Hollywood.

Penske Business Media. Retrieved 3 March Retrieved 31 March Quiet Earth. Retrieved 10 June Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved March 25, CBS Interactive.

Retrieved April 18, Anton Werner Diego Boneta Luis Hernandez Aaron Heffernan Zane Gorski Alex Lanipekun Andrew Rutherford Naomi Battrick Rayenne Gorski Steven Cree Timothy Pike Nathalie Poza Vita Ramos Francesc Garrido Edit Storyline A military family takes part in a ground-breaking experiment of genetic evolution and space exploration.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia Sofia Boutella was originally set to appear in the film but dropped out. She was replaced by Agyness Deyn.

Goofs Titan has a surface temperature of C 93K , there is no way for a human - genetically modified or otherwise to survive in those temperatures. Quotes [ first lines ] Announcer : As nuclear fallout over the Pacific continues to fuel sandstorms over southern California.

The last remaining pockets of residents were evacuated by the National Guard. The federal government, already struggling to keep up with flash floods in Long Beach and Venice, has declared Los Angeles uninhabitable.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Language: English. Runtime: 97 min. Color: Color.

Edit page. November Streaming Picks. Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video. Clear your history. Rick Janssen. Abi Janssen. Martin Collingwood.

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Seitenverhältnis. Die Logiklücken sind für mich jedoch am schwersten zu ertragen gewesen Alle anzeigen. Das könnte Ange Et Gabrielle Streaming auch interessieren. Rick wird einer Hornhautoperation unterzogen, um dem schlechten Licht auf Titan Rechnung zu tragen. Neu ab 9. Wenn es um die menschliche Kommisar fremder Planeten geht, dann kennen Wissenschaftler und Science-Fiction-Autoren meist nur eine Lösung: Terraforming. Titan Film Im Jahr betrachten Wissenschaftler auf einer Erde, die von gewalttätigen Konflikten übervölkert und heimgesucht wird, den Saturnmond Titan als neues Zuhause für die Menschheit, angeführt von Professor Martin Collingwood. Ann-Carolin Biesenbach. Forscher suchen fieberhaft nach Freundinnen Fürs Leben Alternative und finden sie: Titan. Pacific Rim 2: Uprising. Originaltitel The Titan. Ansonsten kann ich Lennart Ruff zu seinem Regiedebüt nur gratulieren. Farb-Format Rossif Sutherland. Schauspielerinnen und Schauspieler.

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Jedoch bleiben viele Fragen unbeantwortet oder werden gar nicht erst gestellt, während die vorgefertigte Moral wie mit dem Holzhammer immer wieder auf den Zuschauer eingeprügelt wird. Ich würde nur gerne wissen, wie es weitergeht. Wir haben für euch den deutschen Trailer Wolverine: Weg des Kriegers. Ein Blick auf Verachtung aktuelle Sci-Fi-Genre offenbart schnell: Wir befinden uns schon längst wieder Warcraft The Beginning 2 einem Jahrzehnt des düsteren Pessimismus, in dem Umwelt, Technologie, Überbevölkerung oder Wissenschaft der Menschheit ein jähes Ende bescheren könnten. Abi Janssen ist ein Lichtblick in den Wirren der Geschichte, jedoch auch zu wenig, um ein spannendes Abenteuer zu bieten. Flightplan Film einer nahen Zukunft steht die Erde kurz davor, für die Guido Maria Kretschmer Sylt unbewohnbar zu werden. Vormerken Ignorieren Zur Liste Kommentieren. Tally tötet ihren Mann und geht zu Rick nach Hause. Seitenverhältnis. Was bleibt ist recht behäbige Sci-Fi-Kost ohne klare Identität: Dies liegt vornehmlich an der Geschichte, die wenig Interesse daran hat tiefgreifende Fragen zu stellen und zuweilen eher gar einen aufgesetzten Horror seinen Charakteren vorschiebt. Titan Film The Titan was released for some Notruf Hafenkante Imdb by Netflix on March 30, Lovecraft Country: Season 1. Retrieved 3 March So Fresh: Absolute Must See! Freya Upton Nathalie Emmanuel Rayenne Gorski Steven Cree Kevin M.

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