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From the cool special effects, to its top-notch acting and wickedly fun concept, Cowboys and Aliens is just that film that you may in fact hate to love.
But it is really enjoyable. Candice Frederick. Sara Michelle Fetters. There is nothing that fascinating about Favreau's treatment, nor his source material, but compared with similar blockbuster fare of recent months, this curious exercise in genre bending is very watchable.
Ed Gibbs. If you can swallow the shameless set-up, it's all highly entertaining. David Sexton. Jon Favreau handles the big setpieces with competence if no great flair; whenever the plot backs itself into a corner something else will make a sudden, inexplicable interruption.
Anthony Quinn. Sukhdev Sandhu. Jason Best. Richard Propes. Commits the one cardinal sin that a movie with such a ridiculous concept absolutely cannot commit; it's boring.
Brent McKnight. The many dysfunctional features of the script translate into scenes that slow down the pace of the footage until it is disrupted, not infrequently, into an authentic trance.
Cowboys and Aliens purports to be a genre mash-up, which means that somebody needed to figure out how to integrate Western tropes with sci-fi ones.
Unfortunately, no one bothered. Noah Berlatsky. Matthew Lucas. Top Box Office. More Top Movies Trailers.
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Cowboys and Aliens kind of does what it says on the tin. The opportunity to play a straight western and then have a big alien plot twist is missed as the film simply plays to its title.
Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford lead a posse against an alien force who can't stand the heat despite their suprior fire power.
It's an interesting film which asks lots of questions and goes I'm the right direction but overall I felt it could have been done better.
One person found this helpful. With cutting edge special effects and one-of-a-kind story. Stewart, Jon Favreau, K. While not exactly as intelligently topical as Michael Crichton's 'Westworld' or amusingly subtle as Joss Whedon's 'Serenity,' Jon Favreau's action flick brings a good deal of engaging entertainment and exciting spectacle to the proceedings.
It might not please every viewer out there, but it satisfies the wide-eyed fantasies of long-time devoted followers of both genres or at least, of this particular viewer.
Arizona Territory. A stranger with no memory of his past stumbles into the hard desert town of Absolution. The only hint to his history is a mysterious shackle that encircles one wrist.
It's a town that lives in fear. Screaming down with breath-taking velocity and blinding lights to abduct the helpless one by one, these monsters challenge everything the residents have ever known.
Now, the stranger they rejected is their only hope for salvation. As this gunslinger slowly starts to remember who he is and where he's been, he realises he holds a secret that could give the town a fighting chance against the alien force.
With the help of the elusive traveller Ella, he pulls together a posse comprised of former opponents-townsfolk, Colonel Woodrow Dolarhyde and his boys, outlaws and Apache warriors-all in danger of annihilation.
United against a common enemy, they will prepare for an epic showdown for survival. The films genre-mashup is quite overt and in your face, which could be seen as a bit of a drawback because it definitely shows a lack of finesse.
It commences with a western theme and setting, suddenly switching to an alien invasion storyline that runs through the usual obstacle course. The change is surprisingly not as jarring as one would reasonably expect, although it takes some time to find its proper footing afterwards.
The glue holding the marriage together is Jon Favreau's direction infused with several stylish nods to the archetypes and thematic of both styles, ranging again from explicit to sly.
After a quickly determined fight with three bounty hunters, a clue into his past is revealed which nicely sets off that whole morally-ambiguous protagonist feel we love in a good 'ole shoot 'em up horse opera.
It's not a complete loss, however, since it turns out also makes a great anti-hero gunslinger. This is probably the best performance for Ganile Craig of a tough as nails and ill-tempered loner since Clint Eastwood's own iconic outlaw graced the screen, but to be perfectly honest, I wish it were seen in something far better than this, not that Jon Favreau's film isn't any fun though it is somewhat weighed down at the beginning of the second act.
When the aliens finally attack the town, allowing Daniel Craig to discover his charm bracelet is actually a futuristic handgun, the thrill of sci-fi elements mixes well with the western ideal, but afterwards, things quickly slow down.
The outsider is set on his quest to free those kidnapped, as well as to obviously absolve past sins, in typical frontier justice style. Harrison Ford is the most formidable as wealthy cattle rancher Colonel Woodrow Dolarhyde.
Best surprise is Nat Colorado [Adam Beach] as Colonel Woodrow Dolarhyde's Native American hired hand, bringing a welcome emotional subplot to an otherwise straightforward tale.
Sadly, that aspect to the script can only be seen fully on the extended cut of the film, which you will see on this Blu-ray disc, which adds 16 minutes of dialogue and scenes that explore it a bit more, also making it the superior version.
What was seen theatrically surprisingly eliminates more sequences with the Native Americans doing a war dance and Nat Colorado [Adam Beach] is feeling disconnected from his people, like he doesn't belong in either world.
It's a necessary component that makes a later heartfelt scene more powerful. Framed in an awesome 2. The freshly-minted transfer shows remarkable clarity and definition, exposing the small, fine lines in the various wood buildings, the stitching on costumes and every pebble scattered about the ground.
Facial complexions are beautifully detailed with lifelike textures, revealing the tiniest blemish, wrinkle and smudge of dirt on the faces of actors.
Part of this rich, distinct clarity comes from a pitch-perfect contrast balance, extending visibility into the far distance.
The picture carries an attractive cinematic appeal that's vibrant, crisp and glossy all around without feeling artificial or ruining highlights.
And so we tried to preserve that here. The trick was to make [the aliens] interesting through their behavior and what happens to them, and that was something that District 9 did very well.
You were drawn into their world a bit and their idiosyncrasies had an immediate impact: they ate cat food. But those details overwhelm certain design aspects, so I was striving to find some behavior that fit in well with the Western genre, where you have people in very arduous conditions fighting the elements.
And I thought that the irony of all this was that the aliens turn up and it could be more exaggerated for them.
They're frontiersmen in a way: traveling to another place and having to deal with all the adversities of the climate. And in our case, we played up the fact that they weren't comfortable in our world.
There are flies all around them; they don't like the light; and when they were wounded and exposed, a strange fungus grows around them.
The use of anamorphic widescreen rather than shooting full-frame "flat" and cropping later gave ILM no extra room to re-frame shots; it was a challenge to show both nine-foot-tall aliens and smaller humans in the same space.
Instead, Guyett said, they shot more areas in case portions of the shots were lost. In filming the gun battle between the cowboys and aliens, in which the aliens move at twice the speed of the humans, actors were required to ride through the scene on horseback and shoot at men in gray suits and three-foot-tall hats; they aimed at faces drawn by Jon Favreau on the top of the hats.
A big challenge for ILM's texture artists was to show the aliens in both a dark cave environment and harsh sunlight.
The creatures were rendered in high resolution for close-ups; dirt and wounds were added to the aliens to emphasize the injuries they sustained in battle.
After Favreau requested that the aliens experience a very unpleasant biological reaction to being wounded on Earth, the texture team created a yellow fungus-like look on the scars of the aliens.
To design the fungus, texture supervisor Martin Murphy searched the Internet for real pictures of mold and growth on trees and eventually designed a "fried egg pattern".
At the suggestion of Steven Spielberg,  an " über -alien" was also designed. It's almost like glass or ice or gelatiny surface that blends into a dryer area.
The [ sic ] there's pieces of him that are more like a soft-shell crab or shiny and wet. In addition to the aliens, other visual effects were required for the speeders, the alien spaceship, its interior, environment re-creations, and the head-up display for Jake's arm gauntlet.
For the invasion of the town of Absolution, both practical laser lighting and fire effects were utilized, along with practical ships and effects enhancements.
For a scene in which Jake and Ella ride on a speeder, the actors were filming on a practical mock-up against bluescreen; they were digitally replaced in wider shots.
He said, "It was very well laid out, well planned, and there were a lot of discussions with a lot of actors who called me to task on things that seemed too convenient, so we made sure we earned each step.
If you do it right, it honors both, and it becomes interesting and clever and a reinvention of two things that people understand the conventions of, instead of just a retread or remake or sequel or reboot of a film you've seen before.
In the Americas, Native American nations were severely damaged by European settlers, specifically because of the Europeans' advanced military technology.
Favreau compared the film to the historical confrontation "in the frustration of not having the technology to allow you to prevail.
It's always the low-tech culture that feels powerless when faced with an enemy that has technology on their side. Favreau also said of the premise, "It allows the cowboys and Native Americans to come together, which would be impossible had there not been a greater common enemy.
It sets the Western up in a very classic way and then turns it on its ear. Favreau compared the gathering to The Magnificent Seven in facing seemingly insurmountable odds in their confrontation.
The character of Meacham also presents an unconventional take on Christian principles to support the film's main theme of redemption.
According to Favreau, Meacham's teaching Doc how to shoot not only references similar scenes in other Westerns but also "teach[es] him how to be a person".
Eddie Egan, the president of marketing at Universal Pictures, acknowledged the misconception and said, "The trailer is the first very public step in reconciling the tone of the movie with the more immediate effect of the title on its own.
Hours before the American football game, Favreau used Twitter to link followers to the spot online.
Entertainment Weekly reported, "It. In April , Favreau and Roberto Orci appeared at WonderCon in San Francisco, where they presented nine minutes of film footage and answered questions about the film.
Favreau explained that marketing would show "only a brief glimpse of the aliens of the title" before the film is released.
He explained the withholding of certain elements, "I think there are enough visionary people involved with this film that there is an understanding that there is a personality that the marketing campaign can take on as well as the film itself.
I want to make sure that if the audience goes to see [the film], there is going to be a lot of surprises in it that they haven't seen in the marketing materials.
For the comparatively low figure, the website cited that the marketing had not contextualized the film effectively and that hybridized Western films like Jonah Hex and Wild Wild West were not successful at the box office.
Dergarabedian also believed that audiences' familiarity with Craig as character James Bond would help the film. Kirk Honeycutt of The Hollywood Reporter praised the film, saying, "It sounds kooky on paper but on the screen cowboys and aliens make beautiful, fun music together.
Even the slightest goofiness, the tiniest touch of camp, and the whole thing would blow sky high. Anders Berkstein Ashley Bettini Michael Dobbs Tuxen Lee Uren Florian Witzel Augare Brian Brown King Derek Lacasa Xhavez Joseph V.
Fahey Adam Flores Ford Debbie Travis Willis Elyse Willis Pete Rueckert Favreau Jody Beaudin Spielberg Elias Benavidez Cohen Mark Bishop Paul Hatton Richard Heller Ford Hiroshi 'Kan' Ikeuchi Orci Kelsey Jonikas Rosenberg Danielle Krudy Alex Lee Spielberg Beatriz Madrigal Stewart Debbie Merritt Craig Tiffany Patterson I don't know if this film is going to be remembered years from now but I think the only purpose of this film is to show its gritty western violence and some sci-fi action.
If you're expecting more than the title then you will be disappointed. If you are expecting more aliens than the cowboys then you'll be disappointed.
Cowboys are the focus and the aliens end up being the jump scare of the movie. It's not bad nor good though.
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