Jupiter Ascending 2015 Full Movie

Yaripk presents the Movie Of Tamil”Jupiter Ascending” Directed by The Wachowskis Starring Channing Tatum Mila Kunis Sean Bean Eddie Redmayne Douglas Booth Gugu Mbatha-Raw Terry Gilliam in lead roles exclusively on YariPk.

Jupiter Ascending 2015 Full Movie

Jupiter Ascending

Theatrical release poster
Directed by The Wachowskis
Produced by
  • Grant Hill
  • The Wachowskis
Written by The Wachowskis
Starring
  • Channing Tatum
  • Mila Kunis
  • Sean Bean
  • Eddie Redmayne
  • Douglas Booth
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Terry Gilliam
Music by Michael Giacchino
Cinematography John Toll
Edited by Alexander Berner
Production
company
  • Village Roadshow Pictures
  • RatPac-Dune Entertainment
  • Anarchos Productions
Distributed by
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Roadshow Entertainment
    (Australia & New Zealand)
Release dates
  • January 27, 2015 (2015-01-27) (Sundance Film Festival)
  • February 6, 2015 (2015-02-06) (North America)
  • February 19, 2015 (2015-02-19) (Australia)
Running time
127 minutes
Country
  • United States
  • Australia
Language English
Budget $176 million
Box office $183.9 million

Jupiter Ascending 2015 Full Movie

Jupiter Ascending is a 2015 American–Australian space opera film written, produced, and directed by Lana and Andy Wachowski. Starring Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Sean Bean and Eddie Redmayne, the film is centered on Jupiter Jones (Kunis), an ordinary cleaning woman, and Caine Wise (Tatum), an interplanetary warrior who informs Jones that her destiny extends beyond Earth. Supporting cast member Douglas Booth has described the film’s fictional universe as a cross between The Matrix and Star Wars, while Kunis named indulgence[5] and consumerism as its underlying themes.

The film was co-produced by Grant Hill, who acted as executive producer on The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions and as producer on V for Vendetta, Speed Racer, Ninja Assassin and Cloud Atlas, making Jupiter Ascending his seventh collaboration with the Wachowskis. Several more longstanding Wachowski collaborators since the creation of The Matrix films have contributed to the picture, including production designer Hugh Bateup, visual effects supervisor Dan Glass, visual effects designer John Gaeta, supervising sound editor Dane Davis and costume designer Kym Barrett. Other notable past collaborators include Speed Racers composer Michael Giacchino, Cloud Atlas director of photography John Toll along with its editor Alexander Berner and hair and make-up designer Jeremy Woodhead, who worked on both.

Although critics praised the visuals, world-building, Michael Giacchino’s musical score, and originality, the general attitude toward the film was negative, with most criticism focused on incoherence in the screenplay and an over-reliance on special effects. Despite this, the film has found a more positive response, particularly among a niche of female science fiction fans who appreciate the film’s campiness, and that the film deviates from typical gender norms in a genre that is traditionally male-centric

Jupiter Ascending 2015

Jupiter Ascending

The great achievement of the Wachowskis’ 1999 The Matrix was that it brought cyberpunk to the screen only 15 years after it had peaked in science fiction literature. With Jupiter Ascending, they revert to the default of big screen sci-fi by using a panoply of awe-inspiring, cutting-edge special effects to deliver concepts pulp magazines had outgrown by 1935.

Like John Carter and Flash Gordon, heroine Jupiter Jones (a great comic-strip name) is whisked from a dull Earth populated by comedy Russians (played by the likes of Maria Doyle Kennedy and Jeremy Smith) to faraway planets run like Arabian Nights fantasy kingdoms. Decadent sibling tyrants are played as exquisitely camp by respectable British actors who relish raised eyebrows and model a succession of outfits that make the casts of Dune and The Fifth Element look underdressed. Despite stiff competition from molten-eyed Douglas Booth and Tuppence Middleton bathing in a tub of human goo, Eddie Redmayne triumphs as the most thinly-sliced outer space ham since Max von Sydow’s Ming the Merciless and even manages to make ponderous, thudding dialogue sound elegant.

At heart, it’s a loopy wish-fulfilment fantasy whereby a toilet cleaner turns out to be secret owner of Earth.  After so many Luke-Harry-Frodo heroes’ journey franchises, it should be a bold stroke to make the Chosen One a princess – but Mila Kunis’s Jupiter is so utterly wet and ludicrously trusting she needs Channing Tatum’s huffy werewolf-with-flying-boots hero to rescue her from certain death every six minutes. The ridiculous love story is sadly more amusing than bizarre attempts at Terry Gilliam/Douglas Adams s-f comedy. Action set-pieces follow the Matrix sequel tradition of falling unscathed through miles of CGI explosions, though the early skirmishes – one featuring the way bees have an innate respect for the royal heroine – are at least exciting

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