Rated PG-13 · 99 minutes · 2013

Action, Adventure, Science fiction
The egos of M. Night Shyamalan and Will Smith collide in this stupid, useless movie about a father and son (Will and son Jaden) crash-landing on Earth many years after it has become uninhabitable to humans. We can’t breathe on the planet anymore, but baboons, buffalo and birds are fine and dandy. Will Smith’s character is injured, so he directs his son from a tattered ship. Jaden must battle the elements, avoid the big monster their ship was carrying, and find the rescue beacon. Nothing in this movie works, from the ridiculous made-up accents the characters use to the terrible CGI animals trying to eat Jaden. Will Smith’s performance is the dullest thing he has ever put to film, with Jaden being the overacting opposite. It’s remarkable that people keep giving Shyamalan money to make movies. Will the producers with the green learn their lesson after this one? I doubt it. Will this become a franchise like Will Smith had intended? I doubt that, too.
Official Site: www.afterearth.com/site
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Producer: Caleeb Pinkett, Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith, James Lassiter, M. Night Shyamalan and E. Bennett Walsh
Cast: Jaden Smith, Will Smith, Sophie Okonedo, Zoë Kravitz, Glenn Morshower, Kristofer Hivju, Sacha Dhawan, Chris Geere, Diego Klattenhoff, David Denman, Lincoln Lewis, Jaden Martin, Sincere Bobb and Monika Jolly


After Earth


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The Coast Halifax After Earth Like father, not so much like son by Jacob Boon 05/30/2013
Portland Mercury Parents Just Don't Understand After Earth feels like a familiar groove, but slightly transformed. by Erik Henriksen 05/29/2013
Creative Loafing Tampa After Earth crashes and burns Will Smith stars with his son in the year’s most boring sci-fi movie. by Joe Bardi 05/31/2013

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