Across the Universe (2007)
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Watch Across the Universe (2007) full movie hd from filmxy with our registration. The film opens with a solitary figure, Jude (Jim Sturgess), sitting on a quiet beachfront, singing Girl with a melancholy air, while looking off into the distant horizon. It’s the end of the workday as Jude lines up with his fellow shipyard hands for their day’s wages. After receiving payment from the old man in charge, Jude walks back home, smiling along the way.
As he leaves, Hold Me Tight begins, while we flash to an idealistic prom scene, where Lucy (Evan Rachel Wood) dances along with her boyfriend Daniel (Spencer Liff) and their classmates. A classic band plays along, as Lucy sings to Daniel Tell me I’m the only one. Download more movie in bluray, hd, webdl, 720p and 1080p from filmxy.
In another part of the world, another couple in Liverpool is singing the same song as they dance at a dark underground Liverpool bar, a reference to the Cavern Club, where the Beatles began their career. Jude holds his girlfriend (Lisa Hogg) as she sings Let me go on loving you. Ambling along a dark, damp street after leaving the bar, Jude and his girlfriend hold hands and trip along the cobblestone. They stop to kiss along the road, as she tells Jude not to forget her while he is in America. He laughs and consoles her, singing While I’m away, I’ll write home everyday, and I’ll send all my loving to you. While Jude continues to sing All My Loving, he packs his bag, kisses his mom (Angela Mounsey), and heads off to the docks to board a ship to America, seeking out his estranged father in New Jersey.
Back at Daniel’s house, Lucy is seeing him off to boot camp and Vietnam. In his new uniform, Daniel drives off while Lucy runs after the car. We then see Lucy sitting on her bed writing a letter, clearly for Daniel.
In an army vehicle we see Daniel reading the letter presumably from Lucy as he and his fellow recruits drive away from Boot Camp. The vehicle drives past a high school football field, where football practice is winding down, with cheerleaders running through their routines and watching the players on the field.
After practice ends, a cheerleader, Prudence (T.V. Carpio), watches wistfully as a fellow cheerleader flirts with a football player. She softly sings I Want To Hold Your Hand as she watches her obvious rival walking away with the jock. As she watches them and sings, she walks off the field, into the unknown. We then see her on the side of the road, thumb extended. In a different part of America, Jude is doing exactly the same thing. A car pulls over for him and, momentarily trying to get in on the wrong side before realizing American cars are different, he gets in.
User 1 Review:
Critics dont know how to review comedies. Their funny bones are made of plastic! Evolution has got to be one of the most underrated comedies of all time. I understand that its not Groundhog Day or any of the Christopher Guest films, but its nonetheless hilarious. Its subtle, but loud; fast paced and yet character driven and as such gives plenty of breathing room for classic scenes (Im looking at you David Duchovny's naked butt). Evolution is a comedy that surprises and yet offers more of the same (if the same being you wanting to laugh). See it. And if you've already seen it and written it off, maybe see it again in case you're older now than you were when you first saw it. Its a fine wine kinda thang.
User 2 Review:
An underrated movie from Ivan Reitman where the sci-fi, buddy comedy genre is brought back after several years tucked away in the 1980's.Fronted by Fox Mulder (a popular face and star at the time) and supported by Orlando Jones and Stiffler, the trio provide a good level of on screen chemistry.Although used as criticism the SFX in this film are pretty good even by today's standards and were perfect showing off various Alien lifeforms.The script although basic is easy enough even for your popcorn muncher to follow whilst they enjoy cheesy jokes and lavish effects.Maybe not up to his mark of previous efforts, Evolution is still worthwhile..
User 3 Review:
for 2001:love it!Ivan Reitman of 'Ghostbusters' fame directs another hilarious sci-fi flickthere are actually a decent amount of laughs given how nicely-timed the jokes are written2 geologists and a fireman in-training stumble upon outer space lifeforms that adapt at an alarming rateit turns into a funny, science-y ride to save the planet from being overrun by new dominate speciesit aint a masterpiece like Reitman's most well-known outing but it has a delectable charm and some realistic science-fiction to go with itDuchovny, Moore, and Scott are an awesome team; Orlando Jones makes the movie his own by having some of the more humorous momentsand you will love the two biggest cameos in the whole scheme of things!