Rating: 8 stars
Seen 2 times
Seen on: 08/25/2019, 12/15/2018 (rewatch)
Many thousands of years in the future, Earth’s cities roam the globe on huge wheels, devouring each other in a struggle for ever diminishing resources. On one of these massive traction cities, the old London, Tom Natsworthy has an unexpected encounter with a mysterious young woman from the wastelands who will change the course of his life forever.
Rated PG-13 | Length 129 minutes
Rick Baker | Lynda Lester | Nicholas Quirke | Yoson An | Shane Rangi | Richard Mills | Royden Davys | Michael Homick | Jason Whyte | Lee Tuson | Simbarashe Matshe | Thomas Lahood | Beatrice Joblin | Nick Blake | Paul Yates | Nathaniel Lees | Stephen Ure | Aaron Jackson | Peter Rowley | Megan Edwards | Calum Gittins | Terry Norris | Joel Tobeck | Poppy Macleod | Caren Pistorius | Mark Hadlow | Sarah Peirse | Kee Chan | Sophie Cox | Andrew Lees | Kahn West | Leifur Sigurdarson | Frankie Adams | Menik Gooneratne | Regé-Jean Page | Mark Mitchinson | Colin Salmon | Stephen Lang | Patrick Malahide | Ronan Raftery | Leila George | Jihae | Hugo Weaving | Robert Sheehan | Hera Hilmar
Goddamn do I love this movie. It’s a potpourri of tropes / things I love in YA science fiction adaptations. So many concepts thrown in here plus nods to other famous sci-fi films. Love the characters and the hero journey. Looks fucking amazing on 4K UHD. I think this was the first 4K UHD film I’ve gotten from the library (mine doesn’t have any but a few in the network have some but they haven’t been able to check out until this one).
There’s a directors commentary I’d love to hear sometime. I’d like to own this one eventually. Totally my kind of flick.