Realive

2016

Sci-Fi

37
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 44%
IMDb Rating 6 10 893

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Oona Chaplin as Naomi
Charlotte Le Bon as Elizabeth
Tom Hughes as Marc Jarvis
Barry Ward as West
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by LouieInLove 3 / 10

Vapid Human Wakes in Vapid Utopia

This is a love story between two vapid people, one of whom has a terminal illness. However, the dying individual (post death) jumps in a freezer only to be reanimated in the not too distant future into a vapid utopia.

There is nothing to latch on to in this film. It pulls very little empathy from the viewer. There is a coldness/soulless quality to the characters & the world in which they are set. A potentially interesting story is basically let down by a lack of humanity. There is no beauty or rhythm to the storytelling. It is simply pretensions stylised shite; which is a genuine shame.

Hay! I'm off to meet my sex friends - so I have to stop writing this review. Me & my sex friends will hang out & maybe have some sex. This is what me & my friends do. We don't put labels on things. We don't try & own one another, we just share our bodily fluid devoid of any emotional connection. I pity those of you who shackle yourselves to romance.

Booooo!

Reviewed by Alison 9 / 10

The Perils of Reanimation

Marc Jarvis (Tom Hughes) is a rich, young, successful artist who is suddenly told that he has cancer and has at most a year to live. He decides to freeze his body in the hopes that future medicine can cure him, but his girlfriend Naomi (Oona Chaplin) is horrified that he means to take his own life in order to ensure that his body is in as good condition as possible when he dies. Nevertheless, he does just that… only to wake up some 60 years later; Dr. West (Barry Ward) and his team have learned, through trial and error, how to reanimate frozen humans. Marc is their first complete success, and with the help of nurse/assistant Elizabeth (Charlotte Le Bon), Marc struggles to find meaning in his new existence, while his long-ago past still pulls at his heart…. I'm not sure why this is a Spanish film as it's in English and features British actors; but, no matter. It's a really thoughtful science fiction film that addresses not only technological advances but the moral and ethical problems associated with them. I very much liked Tom Hughes (who looks a bit like Cillian Murphy) because he was able to take his character through a very complex maze of emotional realities; then again, everybody in this film is good. Interestingly, the problem of how to portray the future was solved by simply having Marc remain in the facility in which he was reborn, because his body was not strong enough (yet) to adapt to outside conditions; a neat explanation that means the viewer isn't taken out of the picture by seeing a future world that looks cheesy or contrived or otherwise unnatural. Well done, filmmakers!

Reviewed by LouieInLove 3 / 10

a point of view (possible spoiler)

This is a love story between two vapid people, one of whom has a terminal illness. However, the dying individual (post death) jumps in a freezer only to be reanimated in the not too distant future into a vapid utopia.

There is nothing to latch on to in this film. It pulls very little empathy from the viewer. There is a coldness/soulless quality to the characters & the world in which they are set. A potentially interesting story is basically let down by a lack of humanity. There is no beauty or rhythm to the storytelling. It is simply pretensions stylised shite; which is a genuine shame.

Hay! I'm off to meet my sex friends - so I have to stop writing this review. Me & my sex friends will hang out & maybe have some sex. This is what me & my friends do. We don't put labels on things. We don't try & own one another, we just share our bodily fluid devoid of any emotional connection. I pity those of you who shackle yourselves to romance.

Booooo!

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