Posted November 16, 2018 04:00:38Consett is the latest entry in the critically acclaimed series by director James Ponsoldt.
It follows the adventures of a boy and his mother (Sophie Turner), a woman (Jessica Chastain) and their dog (played by Tilda Swinton) on their quest to save the planet from a plague that has taken over the world.
The film opens with a shot of a tree that looks like a giant skull, but is actually a piece of machinery.
The machine looks like an old typewriter, and the tree that stands in its path is an old house.
It is the same house that the parents and children of the family are trapped in.
When the child (Hugh Jackman) starts to speak, the machine opens up, revealing a machine that’s powered by a young woman (Gina Rodriguez) who’s still in the process of trying to rebuild her family.
I’ve been waiting for this movie for months, and I’m so glad it finally came out this year.
The movie does a lot to get the film’s story across, and that’s something that’s rarely seen in the sci-fi genre.
Consett is a rare glimpse into a world that seems to be dying for a film like this, and it really does bring home the point that even when it’s in the midst of extinction, there’s a way to save humanity, and a way for the future to be better than the past.
Ponsoldt is one of the most prolific directors working in sci-Fi right now, and he is known for his sci-fier fare.
Consetts is the first of his films to come out on Netflix, and this movie has a very strong sci-film feel to it.
The visuals are a little simplistic, and there’s some very basic action scenes in the film, but Consett also delivers a story that’s very grounded and grounded in reality.
Consett: Part One is available on Netflix now.