Eden

2015

Action / Drama / Thriller

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Diego Boneta as Arnie
James Remar as Coach DaFoe
Sung Kang as Connie
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Reviewed by Tss5078 4 / 10

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How many stories are there that take place on an uncharted deserted island? I suppose such a thing was possible before there were google maps, but in 2016, these stories are almost in the realm of Science Fiction. Putting that aside for a minute, just how many types of stories can you tell, that take place in such a setting, and how many of them haven't already been told? Eden is nothing more than a cliché of these films, and despite not being a comedy, the fact that it has no originality to the story whatsoever is in fact laughable. After a world cup soccer team crashes near this island, and it's clear they won't be rescued, they set up a system of rules. The first major conflict is what to do with the severely injured man, who has very little chance of making it, who is costing valueable resources, sound familiar Lost fans? After that, this film literally becomes Lord of the Files with soccer players in their twenties and thirties. The two sides are drawn and eventually one side leaves for another nearby deserted island. As resources continue to diminish, it becomes clear that only one side can survive and the battle is inevitable. Even the ending, which I would never reveal, is a rip off of another classic deserted island story, but maybe you like that setting and consider this the kind of film you might want to check out, okay, but first, consider this. Most of the cast are completely newcomers, and with the exception of Nate Parker, they're combined performances are a bigger disaster than the actual plane crash that brought them to this island. The bottom line, Eden is a familiar setting, featuring a story that's been done, and a cast that mumbles one cliché line after another, the whole thing just left a poor taste in my mouth.

Reviewed by diangel55 6 / 10

Updated Lord of the Flies

This review is not so much a spoiler, but it points out just how awful people can be to each other when under pressure. It really did remind me of Lord of the Flies in many ways because things went tits up quick, fast, and in a hurry. Considering the events took place over a little more than ten days, the characters didn't take long to show their true colors and true hearts. I was surprised that the island they were on had very little edible vegetation or natural water sources. I was also surprised that there were no organized search parties to explore the island to see what resources were potentially available to the group. I found the movie predictable, but entertaining. I didn't learn any life lessons or was left with a "feel good" feeling, but it did keep me interested for the duration.

Reviewed by joshuaallred 5 / 10

Not bad but defiantly below average

The acting is decent, the quality of production was decent. The characters do not have depth and the story plot is predictable. Its essentially lord of the fly's but instead its with adults. The Team is a elite soccer (football) team that fails to adapt to there situation. They fail as a team and each other, both in a psychological sense and a physiological sense. There unable to support each other and build on each others strengths and weaknesses. But if your into shallow men who are constantly flexing there muscles and running around with jeans tighter then the yoga pants your probably wearing right now, I highly recommend this movie to you.

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