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Year of Release: 2017 | Type of the Movie: Adventure | Size of the Movie: 706 MB | Quality: HDTS | Film Director: Luc Besson | Lenght: 135 min | Language: English | Resolution: 720p
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A very long time back in our own galaxy, Luc Besson dreamed of directing a film version of "Valérian and Laureline," a hot French comic book series with a set of futuristic crime fighters that travel through time and space to preserve the law. Although scholars think about that the pulp source material to have been an influence on George Lucas' first "Star Wars" film, the equation definitely works the opposite way round in Besson's palms, since "Valerian along with also the City of a Thousand Planets" finds the manager doing his best "Star Wars" impression.
It is a daring target in a market that has not traditionally been really welcoming to "Star Wars" imitators, but Besson is among those very few living directors with the ambition and the ability to set up his own rival world. In a time when "Star Wars" itself has gone corporate, "Valerian" manages to be equally cutting and superbly old-school - the sort of crazy, endlessly imaginative thrill ride which just the manager of "Lucy" and "The Fifth Element" can deliver, assembled as an episodic collection of assignments, scratches and near-misses comprising a mind-blowing collection of surroundings and magnificent computer-generated alien characters.
Composed as a sort of cocky intergalactic lothario, Valerian should be hot and charismatic as a young Han Solo, although "Chronicle" celebrity Dane DeHaan - therefore great in brooding-emo style - appears incapable of enjoying the sort of aloof insouciance that created Harrison Ford so irresistible. Regardless of holding the rank of major, Valerian seems like an overgrown child, overcompensating through an unconvincingly gruff faux Keanu Reeves accent.
Luckily, his co-star is trendy enough for both of these: As played by British style design Cara Delevingne, Laureline holds accurate to one of Besson's core beliefs - which nothing is sexier than an assertive, allowed top woman. Sure, she wants strengthening sometimes, but more often than not, she is the one getting Valerian from trouble. She is only a sergeant, but every bit as competent as her commanding officer, and the movie is much more enjoyable when following her personality.
The chemistry between the two could be strange, but they create a fantastic team, always hoping to prove themselves into one another while every pretending to not care. And in lots of ways, she looks worldlier than he can, right down to the movie's climactic monologue, where Laureline lectures Valerian about the significance of love.
The majority of the time, he is too busy after orders to wonder exactly what his superiors are inquiring, but these blind obedience has its own boundaries, because the storyline of "Valerian" worries a huge army coverup for a cataclysm Besson depicts from the movie's opening moments: the near-annihilation of a seemingly crude, yet tranquil species called Pearls. Their lengthy limbs provide them a graceful, supermodel gait, while their faces are nuanced enough to communicate even subtle feelings - testament to how complex performance capture technology is now, even in somebody aside from Andy Serkis' hands.
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