IT'S SKY CAPTAIN TO THE RESCUE IN THIS HIGH-FLYING ADVENTUREWHERE HE MUST TEAM UP WITH INTREPID REPORTER POLLY PERKINS &CAPTAIN FRANKY COOK TO STOP THE EVIL DR TOTENKOPF FROM CARRYING OUT HIS PLAN TO DESTROY THE WORLD!
While setting a milestone in the progress of digital filmmaking, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow resurrects a nostalgic fantasy world derived from a wide variety of vintage inspirations. It's a dazzling dream for anyone who appreciates the look and feel of golden-age sci-fi pulp magazines, drawing its unique, all-digital design from such diverse sources as Howard Hawks adventures, Fritz Lang's Metropolis, Buck Rogers, Blackhawk comics, The Third Man, cliffhanger serials, and the action-packed Indiana Jones franchise. Writer-director Kerry Conran's feature debut is also guaranteed to inspire digital dreamers everywhere, suggesting a paradigm shift in the way CGI-dominated movies are made. It's a giddy adventure for the young and young-at-heart, in which ace pilot "Sky Captain" Joe Sullivan (Jude Law) and intrepid reporter Polly Perkins (Gwyneth Paltrow) must save the world from a mad scientist whose vision of the future has tragic implications for all humankind. Angelina Jolie drops in for a glorified cameo, but it's the ultra-fortunate neophyte Conran who's the star here. His clever riff on The Wizard of Oz is a marvel to behold, and the method of its creation is nothing less than revolutionary. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
This is one of my other si-fi favorite movie, I like it cause the first 20 minutes look like a superman comic of the 30s I love this movie from the begening to the end. thank'sPublished 14 months ago by Rick
A good movie, however it was filmed with strange lenses and is not sharp and clear.
Heavy into computer generated scenes.
Stiil a good movie. Very heavy into the 1930's.
The order was place late yet it was received well in time as a gift for my son at Christmas to go with a blueray player.Published on March 10 2013 by Cliffardo
I can appreciate what the filmmakers tried to do here - pay tribute to those pulp comic books and campy sci-fi films of the Golden Era (which I love, by the way) while also trying... Read morePublished on July 10 2006 by Daniel Jolley