These are 97 minutes I'll never get back. Movie is pointless, badly mis-paced, and leads nowhere. It feels so slow and off-pace that I had an impression director realized he's 20 minutes short so he extended every scene by a painfully long time, just to spend some minutes and reach the planned run time. Characters are under developed and then discarded liked old shoes. In the end, no points were made of messages delivered. I just as well could have been sitting in a pitch black soundproof room for 97 minutes and would have walked out with just as much fun had (possibly more). What a pitiful waste of time and money!
The Titan (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
The Titan (2018)
A military family takes part in a ground-breaking experiment of genetic evolution and space exploration.
IMDB: 5.219 Likes
- Genre: Sci-Fi |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 845.58M
- Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 97
- IMDB Rating: 5.2/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 241 / 1530
The Synopsis for The Titan (2018) 720p
Hotshot Air Force pilot, Rick Janssen (Sam Worthington), is chosen for a military experiment that will create a human being capable of surviving the harsh environments of Saturn's moon, TITAN. The experiment is successful, turning Rick into a super-human, but it also creates deadly side-effects which threatens the life of Rick, his wife and family, and possibly humanity itself.
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The Reviews for The Titan (2018) 720p
I wanted to dig my eyes out with a rusty forkReviewed byzshrj02Vote: 1/10
Actually, there isn't really much to spoil. This egg that netflix has lain, was spoiled from the get go. Derivative to the point of provoking fast forward, and this is coming from a long time sci-fi buff that's seen it all; Even I was bored enough to wish I was watching the other Titan. You remember....Titan AE, the cartoon? The casting of the action veteran, Sam Worthington, though not a bad choice for nearly any other movie, provided more of a distraction here, than attraction, given the voluminous invitations for comparison to his role in Avatar.
Speaking of comparison, and there are many valid ones that one may make, I found the episode: "Afterlife", from the Outer Limits Series, in which an ex soldier is given the choice of execution, or participating in an Alien DNA mutation experiment, to be more inspired and engaging.
There just isn't much here, and what there is, simply mashes all the wrong buttons. Including the 'eject' button. On a scale of 1 to...would you rather see it again, or go wingsuiting without a wingsuit....
I give it a solid 4 out of 10.
The movie was okay but predictable. Does every single astronaut movie have to have a scene with astronauts and their families grilling burgers? We get it, patriotism. They could have used that time and money to develope a more original plot.