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The Quake Film

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The Quake Film

The Quake ist ein norwegischer Katastrophenfilm. wurde die Hauptstadt Norwegens von einem schlimmen Erdbeben heimgesucht. Das Epizentrum des. Neu dabei ist dieses Mal unter anderem Katherine Thorborg Johansen. © Universum Film GmbH. Kritik. The Quake steigt dramaturgisch. Im Jahre erschütterte ein Erdbeben der Stärke 5,4 auf der Richterskala die norwegische Hauptstadt Oslo. Das Epizentrum des Bebens.

The Quake - Das große Beben

The Quake - Das große Beben ein Film von John Andreas Andersen mit Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp. Inhaltsangabe: erschütterte ein heftiges Erdbeben. The Quake - Das große Beben. Katastrophenfilm | Norwegen | Minuten​. Regie: John Andreas Andersen. Kommentieren. Teilen. Neu dabei ist dieses Mal unter anderem Katherine Thorborg Johansen. © Universum Film GmbH. Kritik. The Quake steigt dramaturgisch.

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Why did we not se the after quake? I will watch it again on DVD in time and hopefully change my mind. The movie starts a little slow but when disaster strikes, it becomes very intense.

The acting was very realistic, the CGI was excellent and the music gave the movie a whole new level of intensity. A few years ago, the film The Wave came out and became a big success in Norway.

The same people have now made this and the same actors and characters are still here. The films are both catastrophe films, but the action is now moved to the capital Oslo.

The title indicates well what is going to happen here? Unlike other movies in this genre, this attempts to convey feelings and a story about a family in dissolution.

Pretty successful too, the protagonists manage to get a drama out of the situation they are in and their lives.

Everything is clearly building up to the event as well as what we are going to see, namely the quake. The effects are good and perfectly done.

Good sequences. The movie may be a bit of a hassle before it gets any action, but I can still recommend this movie to those who like this genre.

The Norwegian "Skjelvet", a. The special effects are indeed stunning and worthwhile watching, but the predictable storyline and characters are disappointing.

Kristian Eikjord is unpleasant and strange and most of the characters have stupid attitudes. The abrupt conclusion is weak.

My vote is five. Title Brazil : Not Available. I love natural disaster movies, but in this one the disaster didn't start until after half of the movie, and it could've been better.

Another good norwegian movie with great photography, tension and good acting. Holy Crap!!!! Just finished watching this, and I am still hardly able to walk due to all the cramps and knotted muscles I suffered watching it unfold to its nerve shattering climax.

This is a foreign film so, please, don't go into it expecting any kind of typical US tidily wrapped feel good fuzzy ending. I briefly glanced at some of the other reviews and was appalled at how negative some of them are.

Yes, it takes its time building things up, that's not a detractor, it's a panic accelerator because we ALL know where this thing is headed and laying out the detailed background of the main players only makes the beautifully crafted arrival of the Quake all the more gripping.

I literally had a tough time sitting through a couple of the real nail biting scenes cuz, man, it was that horrific. I did not know there was a prequel, and do not believe that it's proper to judge one film based on anything but its own merits.

Though if it really was as good as some reviewers claim, I can understand the temptation to bemoan the fact that they thought this film was not a worthy continuation of the story.

BUT, anyone who claims they were bored or that character development was a detriment? I gotta question their socio-environmental-childhood experiences that could create such disdain for what I thought was a terrifying whiplash elevator to Hell.

And yes, there is a particularly hellish elevator scene that was brilliant in its ghastly consequences. I expected this movie to be better than the first one, The Wave, but I was very disappointed.

Most of the movie is boring family drama. Like many other disaster movies, it has a kid who runs away and doesn't do as she's told, which creates even more drama.

The buildup to the disaster took too long and when it first started, it was over too fast. There were also a lot of unanswered questions about the storyline.

I really wanted this movie to be good and I really thought it would be, because of all the hype and all the positive critics reviews, but I was bored most of the movie.

I was afraid that it would only be something like wave 2. Good acting, tense script and really good special effects. SilverOrlov 27 November This film cannot be called very spectacular or very deep in meaning, but it is much more spectacular than some modern Hollywood films about catastrophes, and is balanced in terms of plot and emotions.

Yes, some moments I wasted because of the duration of whining, but this is purely my antipathy to this very whining moments.

But even so, this film was surprisingly very interesting. I do not understand the rating at 6 points. Only two short disaster scenes with extremely poor story.

Vilde Per Frisch Konrad Lindblom Hanna Skogstad Agnes David Kosek Kokken Vidar Fredrik Skavlan Skavlan Ravdeep Singh Bajwa Resepsjonist Ingvild Haugstad Edit Storyline In an earthquake of magnitude 5.

Taglines: The Wave was only the beginning. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Sequel to The Wave Goofs When they say that from a quake of magnitude 6 to 8, it's not a factor of two but 1 million, it's wrong.

So here a magnitude 8 is 1, times more powerful than a magnitude 6, not 1 million. That would be a difference of 4 magnitudes. Was this review helpful to you?

Yes No Report this. Edit Details Official Sites: Official Site Official Site [Japan]. Country: Norway. Language: Norwegian. Despite Julia's admonishment that she now wants to stay the weekend, Kristian still sends her home early, calling her distractive.

Sometime later, he hears on the news of the death of a colleague, Konrad Lindblom, in the Oslofjord Tunnel.

Then, along with some research Kondrad had sent him, Kristian is prompted to travel to Oslo to investigate the circumstances of Konrad's death.

Johannes tries to ensure Kristian that there was nothing to worry about, due to a new up-to-date monitoring system, which showed that much of the seismic activity that Konrad was worried about was only construction being done across the city, and surrounding areas.

Kristian leaves, still unsure, but with Johannes' promise to contact him with any updates. Kristian then visits Konrad's home, only to meet with his former colleague's daughter, Marit.

There, Kristian discovers Konrad's research, including core samples and a map that has recorded more serious seismic activity than Johannes was claiming.

He calls Johannes, who mostly ignores him, but promises to look into it. That night Kristian visits Idun at her apartment, only to run into his son, Sondre.

Sondre, although happy to see his father, awkwardly introduces his girlfriend to Kristian, after which they leave for a movie. Idun and Kristian have a tense moment saying hello, Kristian apologizes for sending Julia back home early, and returns Julia's scarf.

Idun invites Kristian to Julia's ballet recital the next day, and he accepts. After talking some about their separation, Kristian attempts to tell Idun about his concerns, only to be interrupted by a power outage, being the second one that week, according to Idun.

They try to replace the fuse, to no avail, Idun gets scared by some rats, Kristian tries to console her saying he doesn't blame her for leaving him, only for Idun to say that he left them first.

The next day Kristian returns to Konrad's house, and after seeing some more concerning research, convinces Marit to take him to the tunnel where her father died.

Arriving there, Kristian discovers that his colleague was killed by a collapse in the tunnel he was studying and a core sample Konrad was attempting to recover, shortly before his death.

On Kristian's way back to the city, Idun calls him asking his where he is, and that he was missing Julia's recital.

Kristian attempts to assure Idun he's on his way, only to be distracted by very easily snapping the core sample he discovered in half, which shouldn't have been so fragile, given it was made of solid stone.

Just then, a massive power outage takes out all the electricity in the city, then disconnects their call. Seconds later a seismic rift destroys the Oslo Opera House , where Julia was doing her recital.

Idun safely gets Julia out of the building, finding her daughter underneath a tipped-over table. Nell Minow. It's just intelligent and serious enough to give you your escapist cake - deluxe popcorn perils in all their big-screen glory - without making you eat the familiar guilt of empty-calorie overload.

Dennis Harvey. David Nusair. It's tense and thrilling, epic and terrifying, and delivers spectacle level action and deeply personal stakes.

Brent McKnight. They largely succeed, in an emotionally complex drama that should resonate with Californians reeling from months of fires and floods.

David Lamble. It works so well because of this focus and its willingness to set the events within confined parameters.

Rob Aldam. Dennis Schwartz. Skjelvet is not a completely original or surprising film but, by focusing on characters rather than CGI, it manages to create interesting suspense and compelling action with a very limited budget.

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The Walking Dead: Season WandaVision: Season 1. Watchmen: Season 1. So all four of them end up in the building as the quake hits, Kristian and Indun in an elevator and Marit and Julia in an office that is suddenly near-perpendicular.

The sound design in this film is exceptional, as important as the striking visuals in conveying the sense of collapse.

Director John Andreas Andersen understands that the ping of a snapped cable or the crackle of a windowpane starting to split can be as terrifying as a deafening blast.

That makes it difficult to enjoy the film as pure special-effects entertainment or appreciate it as a cautionary tale.

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Syrische Konditorei movies. Outside the Wire Glenn Kenny. Later Kristian finds them safe in the bar area where they still haven't tried to find a way out of there. Kokken Vidar Fredrik Skavlan Human instincts don't work that way Das Mädchen Mit Dem Perlenohrring Stream else there would never be any survivors in any life-threatening situation ever! Vaadatud filmid This is a foreign film so, please, don't go into it expecting any kind of typical US tidily wrapped feel good fuzzy ending. Not only that, but it was extremely frustrating. They embrace as Kristian cries, and the couple spends the night together. How'd they survive that weight? Arriving at the hotel, Kristian finds Idun on the 34th floor, convinces her to go downstairs with him and then pulls a fire alarm to get everyone else to evacuate. The Quake est un film réalisé par John Andreas Andersen avec Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp.2/5(). The Quake delivers non-stop action and edge-of-your-seat thrills at an epic scale! A geologist races against time to save his estranged wife and two children when a devastating earthquake of magnitude strikes Oslo, Norway. Your nails will dig into the arms of your chair in this incredible disaster movie with jaw-dropping special effects. 12/14/ · The sound design in this film is exceptional, as important as the striking visuals in conveying the sense of collapse. Director John Andreas Andersen understands that the ping of a snapped cable or the crackle of a windowpane starting to split can be as terrifying as a deafening blast. Andersen also displays a strong grasp of visual storytelling with various striking images: the dot of. The Quake (Norwegian: Skjelvet) is a Norwegian disaster film directed by John Andreas Andersen. It is the sequel to The Wave and was released in Norwegian theaters on 31 August The Norwegian "Skjelvet", a.k.a. "The Quake", is an overrated disaster movie. The special effects are indeed stunning and worthwhile watching, but the predictable storyline and characters are disappointing. Kristian Eikjord is unpleasant and strange and most of the characters have stupid attitudes. PACIFIC RIM: NETFLIX ANIME WILL HAVE 2 SEASONS, PREMIERE IN bnsakura777.com Powered by JustWatch. The first dread-inducing tremor we see in the Norwegian thriller sequel “The Quake” is not geologic, but psychosomatic. It is a close-up of the trembling finger of the still-traumatized scientist who survived the tsunami in “ The Wave,” and who is about to be dismissed and patronized when he tries to warn everyone that another quake is coming. The Quake. () IMDb 1h 48min X-Ray PG After surviving The Wave, Kristian Eikjord and his family find themselves at the center of an earthquake. Kristian makes a perilous attempt to help his family and others escape a crumbling skyscraper. The Quake tries to sell us the same story about Oslo, being the Nordic equivalent of San Francisco or Tokyo; a city sitting Massaker Englisch the edge of a geologic precipice that could topple at any moment. Johan Söderqvist Music. They just decided to cut it short, once all of them stopped falling out of the building they felt safe and logically waited to be rescued.
The Quake Film Johannes RingenJohan Söderqvist. Geben Sie Ihre E-Mail Adresse und Darktable Test Passwort ein für den Händler- Presse- oder Kinobetreiber-Service. Produktions-Format . Im Jahr kam es zu einem Erdbeben in Oslo. Über hundert Jahre später deutet alles darauf hin, dass ein weiteres, verheerendes Beben kurz bevorsteht. Als der Geologe Kristian die Anzeichen erkennt, macht er sich auf den Weg in die Hauptstadt. The Quake – Das große Beben (Originaltitel: Skjelvet) ist ein norwegischer Katastrophenfilm von Es handelt sich um die Fortsetzung des Films The Wave. The Quake - Das große Beben ein Film von John Andreas Andersen mit Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp. Inhaltsangabe: erschütterte ein heftiges Erdbeben. Skandinavischer Katastrophenfilm mit Roland-Emmerich-Touch. Welche.

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