Legion “When the last angel fall0s, the fight for mankind begins”.
Posted on April 25, 2010 | Movie Review
It is not controversial lift manifestation of god, but the depiction of angels figure is so potentially annoying if it deviates much less have a specific mission. Legion is one movie that offends the area. Angelic figure depicted with the dark side, even a god can command dibangkang by angels. Archangel Michael (Paul Bettany), down to earth, to proclaim that god telang exhausted the patience for the behavior of mankind and will send his angels to create a disaster in the face of the earth. Michael did not agree with the commandments of God and intended to save the only hope of the future of mankind, namely the baby to be born from the womb of Charlie (Adriane Palicki)
That said, the baby and her mother rose and destroyed the angel Gabriel (Kevin Durand) who served the request. Besides the occurrence of various disorders and trance territory of New Mexico as the background of this incident. Michael Gabriel was ready to compete against a different side. Quite clearly, this premise has the potential battle between the angel invites polemic, moreover there are elements of God’s commands. Irregular throughout watching this movie thinking, disturbed by the pace too slow and tended fil boring. Bizarre plot and pace of this flat really confuse Legion as a whole.
If you want to play safe, actually the director could have avoided the elements – elements that can lead to polemic, particularly in relation to God. Whether just a fantasy or do not have the knowledge, the director-scriptwriter duo, Scott Stewart and Peter Schink ultimately did confusion over the direction and looked scared to side with the angels, who considered them prontanogis. For those who already love fiction films about angels, guess-it feels like the Legion will also be less due to various factors. In sharp contrast with the thriller Constantine, Michael or the romantic comedies such as Date With An Angel who successfully concocted a tale full of entertainment without polemics.
Title : LEGION (Screen Gems)
Starring : Paul Bettany, Dennis Quaid, Lucas Black, Tyrese Gibson, Adrianne Palicki
Director : Scott Stewart
Release Date : 22/01/2010
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April 25, 2010 |
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