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[from trailer]
McCord: The life bạn thought bạn had... it never happened.

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[Jordan Two-Delta and lincoln Six-Echo have just been told they are clones bởi McCord]
Jordan Two-Delta: Bu- I have a mother! I remember her!
McCord: Yeah, I know...
Jordan Two-Delta: I grew up on a farm! I had a little dog a - and I had a bike...
McCord: A bike, yeah. A pink, fluffy Flyer with little tassels on the handlebars? And bạn rode it up the đường phố, street to your Grandmother's house, you'd ring the little bell, she came out and served bạn bánh quy, cookie on a hot plate?
Jordan Two-Delta: Yes.
McCord: No. Memory imprints....
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posted by KatiiCullen94
The Island is being touted as Michael Bay’s attempt at intelligent science fiction, and for the most part that’s what it is. vịnh, bay has taken his talent for blowing stuff the hell up, used it on a fairly sharp sci-fi “what if” script, and arrived at a Fugitive style chase movie that asks a few rather poignant các câu hỏi about where modern science and old fashioned human selfishness are headed. bạn may have to squint through all the smoke and exploding cars to see them, but trust me the smarts are there.

In fact, vịnh, bay goes thêm than a few phút in the film’s opening without even attempting...
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posted by KatiiCullen94
lincoln Six Echo (Ewan McGregor) lives in an isolated compound which strictly regulates its inhabitants' lives. Residents hope to win a lottery to go to "the Island", the only place on Earth not contaminated bởi a deadly pathogen. lincoln tells Dr. Merrick (Sean Bean) of his discontent with the plain white clothes everyone is được trao and the strict social controls. Concerned about strange dreams lincoln experiences about a white xuồng máy, tàu cao tốc and other unfamiliar items, Merrick inserts probes into Lincoln's body to monitor his cerebral activities.

While illicitly visiting a construction site Lincoln...
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posted by KatiiCullen94
Michael Bay’s attitude is ‘damn the critics’ (he actually used a much harsher, none PG-rated expression). He’s learned through much experience critics in general detest his work. Smart man.

Bay’s “The Island” is actually two films with vastly different styles struggling for possession of the screen. The thảo luận over the moral implications of cloning humans is addressed but then falls bởi the wayside as vịnh, bay decides to scrap the semi-intelligence of the first half of the film in lieu of cramming as many stunts and product placements into the một giây half of “The Island” as feasibly...
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