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After solving the code of the mysterious numbers in the capsule of, Lucinda Empry, a girl that was suffering from the whispers she hears, as an answer of a question of how the world will be after 50 years, John, a physics scientist, who during attending his boy school party, where they open these capsules, struggles against saving the world from the next disaster that will destroy the world.
Actors: Erin Klein,
Erin Klein
Erin Klein
Alethea McGrath,
Alethea McGrath
Alethea McGrath 1 June 1920, Melbourne, Australia
Breanne Bergs,
Breanne Bergs
Breanne Bergs
Liam Hemsworth,
Liam Hemsworth
Liam Hemsworth 13 January 1990, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Chandler Canterbury,
Chandler Canterbury
Chandler Canterbury 15 December 1998, Houston, Texas, USA
Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik,
Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik
Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik 23 September 1995, Australia
Gareth Yuen,
Gareth Yuen
Gareth Yuen
Sonya Suares,
Sonya Suares
Sonya Suares 24 February 1978, Melbourne, Australia
Susan Miller,
Susan Miller
Susan Miller
Verity Charlton,
Verity Charlton
Verity Charlton
Michael C. Gwynne,
Michael C. Gwynne
Michael C. Gwynne 1 October 1942, Detroit, Michigan, USA
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Genre: Sci-FiDramaMystery
Director: Alex Proyas
Alex Proyas
Alex Proyas 23 September 1963, Egypt
Release: 2009
IMDb: 6.2
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Duration: 121 min
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October 27, 2010

Knowing is about faith; the belief that one day the mysteries of the universe will be explained to us, and the knowledge that anything is possible.
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At the Movies

March 23, 2009

Things started to fall off of the deep end very quickly.
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Reel Film Reviews
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March 12, 2016

The impressively grim finale ensures that Knowing ultimately ends on a decidedly memorable note...
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ÜberCinĂ©

July 25, 2011

If those space-dudes are so friendly, why drive children insane with a bunch of weird code? Why not just show up on The Tonight Show and tell everybody the exact date and time? Lame! Also: Why fake Massachusetts? Why not just say: 'This is Australia.'
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rec.arts.movies.reviews
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November 24, 2011

A damned entertaining movie despite the fact that it stars Nicholas Cage.
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Time Out
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March 27, 2009

Mixing Spielbergian child-like wonder, disaster movie spectacle and the cod-religious silliness of M Night Shyamalan's 'Signs'. The premise is compelling, but the execution is over-cooked.
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Entertainment Weekly
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March 23, 2009

If you want to know how inept the movie is...well, it's so inept that you may wish you were watching an M. Night Shyamalan version of the very same premise.
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Time Out Chicago
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September 23, 2011

Suffice it to say that the last third is a mélange of Close Encounters and Christian eschatology, and you'll wish the film had stopped about 15 minutes sooner.
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Salon.com
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March 23, 2009

If Alex Proyas' Knowing were reasonably entertaining -- instead of just dour, pointless and tedious -- it would be a camp classic.
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American Profile
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September 29, 2011

A shotgun spray of metaphysics, cosmology, the Old Testament, flying saucers, angels, spooky blonde-haired men in black trench coats, mysterious little black rocks, two cute kids and a moose on fire.
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March 20, 2009

The movie begins shameless, grows stupid and winds up silly. If the ending had less of the air of a crackpot religion and more pretentiousness, you could almost call it Shyamalanish.
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