Wednesday, April 22, 2009

New Movie Release "Knowing (2009)" Download

Knowing (2009) release in indonesia at 7 April 2009, it si a new hollywood movie, some country like south korea is not release this movie yet. so you download soon, dont miss it.
It may seem improbable, but Knowing actually adds something fresh and inspiring to the disaster genre.
Certainly the action scenes are well staged – they are as grand and tense as the previews would have you expect. But Knowing really stands out from the likes of Next and various Roland Emmerich movies because of its heart (there is a profoundly human element amongst the chaos and destruction), and because of the surprising, riveting turns the story takes. In no way was it a generic "save the world" flick, like I feared going in. It is an original with a memorable ending that should not be spoiled, but it will almost definitely have people talking.
In my mind, director Alex Proyas deserves a lot of the credit for the fact that the film is brave, and does not try to replicate a typical Hollywood blueprint. In fact, he even has Nic Cage back on solid footing, an actor I used to love but have been quite weary of lately. But I think Proyas deserves the main kudos for turning this into something creative and special, and I'd go as far as to say this it is his best movie since Dark City.
There really isn't much to complain about regarding the film, but the one exception might be the middle, where the action sags a bit. Still, I think the captivating final third more than makes up for it.
I definitely recommend the film - you will be pleasantly surprised!

Cast :
  • Nicolas Cage - John Koestler
  • Chandler Canterbury - Caleb Koestler
  • Rose Byrne - Diana Wayland
  • D.G. Maloney - The Stranger
  • Lara Robinson - Lucinda Embry / Abby Wayland
  • Nadia Townsend - Grace Koestler
  • Alan Hopgood - Rev. Koestler
  • Adrienne Pickering - Allison
  • Joshua Long - Younger Caleb
  • Danielle Carter - Miss Taylor (1959)
  • Alethea McGrath -Miss Taylor (2009)
  • David Lennie - Principal Clark (1959)
  • Tamara Donnellan - Lucinda's Mother
  • Travis Waite -Lucinda's Father
  • Ben Mendelsohn - Phil Beckman

About this movie
In 1958, as part of the dedication ceremony for a new elementary school, a group of students is asked to draw pictures to be stored in a time capsule. But one of the students, a mysterious girl who seems to hear whispered voices, fills her sheet of paper with rows of apparently random numbers instead.

Fast forward 50 years to the present: A new generation of students examines the contents of the time capsule and the girl's cryptic message ends up in the hands of young Caleb Myles. But it is Caleb's father, professor Ted Myles (Nicolas Cage), who makes the startling discovery that the encoded message predicts with pinpoint accuracy the dates, death tolls and coordinates of every major disaster of the past 50 years. As Ted further unravels the document's secrets, he realizes it foretells three additional events—the last of which hints at destruction on a global scale and seems to somehow involve Ted and his son.

When Ted's attempts to alert the authorities fall on deaf ears, he takes it upon himself to try to prevent more destruction from taking place.

This gripping supernatural thriller charts one man's faltering steps towards belief in the ultimate order of the universe even as he finds himself surrounded by mounting chaos. With the reluctant help of Diana Whelan (Rose Byrne) and Abby, the daughter and granddaughter of the now-deceased author of the cryptic prophecies, Ted's increasingly desperate efforts take him on a heart-pounding race against time until he finds himself facing the ultimate disaster—and the ultimate sacrifice.

I do not this is a tough film visualization come from a certain religion.
I see this film as the visualization of Resurrection in real science with the reasons for solar Flare. the film asserts that people always use religion to their anut to interpret the meaning of Resurrection of which happen to them.

here, we see the image on the human winged angel appeared to the interpretation jadul people thousands of years ago to describe the alien. all this imply that the alien in fact is the "angel" sent by God to save some people who come in from the selected book of Revelation.

here, we see the book of Ezekiel that termuat in the bible is the actual prediction of a solar akan Flare in 2009 AD in the book of Ezekiel is known picture "set of wheels from the sky," which actually is a description of some of the UFO are interpreted by people who do not know jadul technology.

at the end of the story, we see Caleb and Abigail derived by UFO to a planet of peace, beautiful, and soothing, where they ran to the Tree of Life Tree aka Forbidden envisaged in the bible. Tree of Life is closely associated with the symbolism of all the DNA in ancient manuscripts. It also asserts that Adam and Eve is not created by God from clay, but the Survivors of the earth-earth, the other is selected to be saved.

This scene reminded me of one chapter in the bible about Rupture events, or the people elected by God before the occurrence of Resurrection. logical explanation of events Rupture is alien abduction from the people who elected them to be saved and begin a new civilization, such as Adam and Eve.

so in this film is of a particular religious view ditabrakkan deliberately by the facts about the alien abduction, solar Flare, shamanism faith, and so forth. among many churches that consider the film "misleading" because equate God with the alien, the Adam and Eve is not made of dust and soil except Survivors, and also when the Hour will occur. for the church clear: God is not alien, Adam and Eve was created from dust and soil and is not a Survivors, and ga akan who have come to know when happened.

even if referred to as visualization may come from the religious point of view, the more precisely is not religion Samawi and Oriental religions, but a new religion such as Raelianisme, Scientology, and the New Age

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