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Jarrod and his pregnant girlfriend Elaine travel to Los Angeles to meet his old friend and successful entrepreneur Terry, and his wife Candice. Terry gives a party in his apartment for Jarrod and offers a job position to him in LA. Terry's assistant and lover Denise (Crystal Reed) and his friend Ray (Neil Hopkins) sleep on the couch in the living room, but in the dawn of the next morning, the group is awakened by mysterious beams of blue light. Ray stares at the light and is taken by the mysterious force. The group of friends try to escape from the alien invaders.
Strange lights descend on the city of Los Angeles, drawing people outside like moths to a flame where an extraterrestrial force threatens to swallow the entire human population off the face of the Earth.
I remember thinking to myself when I saw Hudson Hawk, that it would be impossible to make a worse film, I was wrong. Skyline had potential but it fell short. It opens by throwing the viewer right into the action. The aliens arrive and people are being taken right out of the main characters apartment. This is a good movie opening, characters you don't know are thrust into crisis, great time for character development, but what happens next is a step backward. The film then stops cold to tell you what happened 15 hours earlier. This movie tactic can be successful but you have to have interesting characters to do it with. These characters were not interesting and the scripted dialog did not help one bit. Some people may be disappointed by the fact that the movie does not have a game winning touchdown at the end. Indeed the entire movie is pretty much earth getting eaten up and spit out by the aliens. However the fact that Earth doesn't win, is not the reason this film doesn't succeed. The film fails because you, as the viewer, just don't care. I have watched many French films and lots of those have sad endings, endings you may have not preferred but at least the films made you care about the characters. The one original thing in this movie is the fact that earth doesn't win. There is nothing we can do to stop the aliens from taking all our brainstems and harvesting the planet. Or is there? The ending kind of left this question open ended. The main character comes back to fight for his baby's momma even after they remove his brain and place it in what appeared to be an alien body/robot/tool/. Apparently he loved her so much that he overcame his alien controllers' plan for him. Since no one else on earth could possibly love his wife(husband, child, brother, etc.) this strongly we are all doomed. It seemed as all the other transplanted brains just went along with the new alien agenda. So now its him versus the whole alien horde. This film should be avoided.
Skyline<br/><br/>There are so many contemporary games involved in this movie you may think you were trapped in a worst case situation in Crysis-Warhead melded with quake-4 with a touch of . and this is the most important part.<br/><br/>A plague of demons by Kieth Laumer<br/><br/>You see the writers are not gods .not SF writers . they derivative. and i know what from.<br/><br/>Aside from this its a lot of fum. The characters are so-so. The male 1'st person is sorta OK but a bit,,, duh.<br/><br/>I enjoyed the movie.. it was in my book better than cloverfield. Simply because it was not packed with panicking fools. <br/><br/>Some very nice cgi...like xan.. we don't win cause we are us. we don't win at all.<br/><br/>Nik
Their (The Brothers Strause) effects are pretty good, on a fairly limited budget. And that's about all you can say for Skyline.
While partying with his best friend Terry (<a href="/name/nm0265668/">Donald Faison</a>) in Terry's penthouse apartment in Los Angeles, Jarrod (<a href="/name/nm0050156/">Eric Balfour</a>), his pregnant girlfriend Elaine "Lainey" (<a href="/name/nm2174090/">Scottie Thompson</a>), Terry's wife Candice (<a href="/name/nm0199590/">Brittany Daniel</a>), Terry's assistant Denise (<a href="/name/nm3706952/">Crystal Reed</a>), and Terry's friend Ray (<a href="/name/nm0394248/">Neil Hopkins</a>) witness an attack on the city by alien spaceships emitting mysterious beams of blue light. Ray stares at the light and is drawn into it like a moth to a flame. It starts to draw Jarrod into it, but Terry pulls him away. As the aliens canvas the city looking for more humans, Jarrod and his friends try to find a way to escape from the building they are in. Skyline is based on a screenplay by Joshua Cordes and Liam O'Donnell. It's accompanied by a sequel, <a href="/title/tt1724970/">Beyond Skyline (2017)</a> (2017). The blue light transmits a powerful alien technology that acts like an airborne virus, similar to the way a "moth zapper" attracts moths and other insects. Once the light has come into contact with a human's eyesight, it overrides the brain and controls it, beckoning for the human to approach the light and be eventually taken to the ship. It obviously also has some major physiological effects on those that engage it with their eyes for any significant amount of time, evidenced by the crawling and growing dark-vein like effects it has on its victims. Humans are being abducted by the aliens so their brains can be removed. Some insight into how the aliens use human brains might be seen in the parking garage scene: the alien that swallows Colin (he's released moments later) has his brain and part of his spinal column removed. The alien ejects a brain-like object and replaces it with Colin's. It might be the way they survive on Earth, replenish their energy, or gain knowledge about humans to make their defeat easier. Everyone dies by various means. The two survivors, Jarrod and Elaine, are sucked into the blue light and into the alien mothership. Elaine ends up in a pile of human bodies slowly having their brains ripped out. She is apparently spared because she is pregnant. She calls to Jarrod, but he is killed by the aliens and his brain removed then sent up a tube. It's apparent afterwards that the brains are being used to create more aliens. The alien that is given Jarrod's brain appears and is seen to protect Elaine who realises who it is. It is seen in a short montage that cities all over the world, including New York, London, Hong Kong, have all been attacked by various alien ships bombarding blue rays and abducting people. The military fights back, but they are defeated. The aliens (who include various assortments such as 20-foot-tall hulking tankers, as well as hydra-like squid creatures, and flying drones) appear to be un-killable, inescapable and unstoppable. Even after one large alien ship is blown apart by a nuclear warhead fired by a stealth drone aircraft, it slowly repairs itself. (All of the aliens, including the spaceships, appear to be a type of bio-mechanical machines capable of self-regeneration). Humanity is completely wiped out and the aliens win in the end, completely taking over the Earth. Jarrod has been subject to the alien technology and virus more than once. It is possible that it has begun to mutate into his DNA, effectively giving his brain an immunity to being reprogrammed. Unlike the rest of the humans taken aboard, Jarrod distinctly remembers who he is and what is going on. a5c7b9f00b