Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) 3D YIFY Movie

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) 3D

A dark force threatens Alpha, a vast metropolis and home to species from a thousand planets. Special operatives Valerian and Laureline must race to identify the marauding menace and safeguard not just Alpha, but the future of the universe.

IMDB: 6.636 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 3D
  • Size: 2.09G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 137
  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 12 / 49

The Synopsis for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) 3D

In the Century XXVIII, the space station Alpha is a city where beings from different planets live together exchanging their knowledge and culture. Peace is granted by a human force, including Major Valerian and his partner Sergeant Laureline. They are assigned by the Defence Minister to retrieve the last species of converter in a dangerous mission. They succeed and back to Alpha, unknown humanoids abduct Commander Arun Filitt expecting to steal the converter. They head to a forbidden area that is infected but Valerian and Laureline follow them and disclose a hidden secret about the race and the infected area.


The Director and Players for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) 3D

[Director]Luc Besson
[Role:]Clive Owen
[Role:]Cara Delevingne
[Role:]Dane DeHaan


The Reviews for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) 3D


Reviewed byRadu_AVote: 8/10/10

The Hollywood line-up this year doesn't provide anything remotelyinteresting. So don't let a shaky story-line, unnecessary dialogue andslightly hammy acting dissuade you from watching the most stunningvisuals since "Avatar".

Based on 60s French cult comic series "Valerian & Laureline" - mysteryto me why didn't they keep that title -, the magnificent openingsequence sets the tone for a more esoteric approach to Sci-Fi than"Star Wars". I won't let on about the story too much so as not to ruinany element of surprise. Let's just say they really should have lostthe romantic chitchat. It makes the film drag at inconvenient times.With real writers, this could have become a classic.

The draw is the eye candy and there's plenty of it. Again I cannot ingood conscience divulge any details. Again let's just say that one getstreated to the most creative use of lemons in the history of film. I'llhave to watch it again to catch all the pop art references. Aliens werenever more beautiful, more sophisticated, more varied. And while theRihanna scene cannot compete with the opera scene in "5th Element",it's the best use of a performance act in film in years.

Alas, when one thinks "5th Element", the main weaknesses of "Valerian"stands out clearly: mediocre acting and a terrible script. BloodlessDeHaan is the most dreadfully miscast lead since Tom Hiddleston in"Kong: Skull Island". Why didn't they cast the likes of Theo James withover $200 mil to burn? Cara Delevingne is cool but no Milla Jovovich -Besson loved Jovovich for real and the camera and editing really showedthat. Delevingne's Laureline comes across as a run-of-the-mill heroineeven though she's doing a solid job. Clive Owen cannot even remotelycompare to Gary Oldman's Hitleresque splendor. Strangely enough, theCGI aliens do the best acting and have all the memorable lines.Besson's script-writing has always been shaky but seems to getprogressively worse.

Still, compared to this year's Hollywood fare of sequels, yet anothersuperhero franchise and musicals with thespians who cannot sing,"Valerian" is infinitely more entertaining.

Reviewed byBlue CloudVote: 10/10/10

Watching 'Valerian and the City of Thousand Planets' I was remindedwhat makes Science Fiction so enjoyable. It's not the space fights, thecool alien life forms, the futuristic metropolis. It's that all thesethings remind us how infinite this space is, how tiny our existence,and how precious.

You probably have no idea what I am talking about. Just go watch thisfantastic movie and you will understand. To make it short: This moviewas perfect. It is a breathtaking, overwhelming vision of thecelebrated comics, brought to life with heartblood by Luc Besson.

The less you know about the story the better. The film naming heroValerian is connected through his dreams to a distant planet. Itinvolves war between races, military intrigue, love & death, but morethen any other SciFi movie, this one is about the journey not thedestination. The countless side stories, and side characters are whatmakes this a breathing version of an unforgettable universe. This isthe best Sci Fiction film I've seen since 'The Matrix'.

Horrendously acted, incoherently written, waste of time.Reviewed byCameron Clay (criticadelcinema)Vote: 3/10

Jeez. This movie. I loathe nearly everything about this film, but let's go ahead and knock out these positives.?

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is visually stunning— sometimes. There is a great deal of imagination that went into the art design here, and this definitely separates this film from the overly saturated sci-fi sub genre. The ambition showed in the world building of this universe is commendable, director Luc Besson really goes for it here. The vast majority of this film is completely CGI- rendered, and for the most part, the CGI is well done. The opening sequence that kicks this film off is breathtaking, and while it shares similarities to James Cameron's Avatar, there is an uniqueness to it that really draws the audience in.

As soon as our two human protagonists come on screen—which mind you, is immediately after the impressive opening sequence—the film screeches to a halt, losing every speck of momentum garnered in the first twenty minutes.

Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne portray cardboard cutouts—oh, I mean special government agents tasked with some of the universe's most important tasks. I wish there was something good I could say about the performances from these two. But, nearly every time DeHaan opened his mouth to speak all, I could do was sigh. This is clearly a role meant for a charismatic actor, the likes of someone like Chris Pratt, Tom Cruise, or Will Smith. Instead, this film has DeHaan, who gives such an extremely wooden performance that it is borderline painful.?The chemistry between DeHaan and Delevingne is nonexistent.?The romantic relationship between these two characters maybe could have been believable with a different pair of actors. With these two brick walls though? Nah.?The film screeches to a halt far too many times to give focus to unbearable romantic moments between the two—many of which hurt me physically.?

What really rose my blood pressure here was the script. Dare I say, I prefer the dialogue and narrative from the Transformers: The Last Knight?over what is present in this film's monstrosity of a screenplay. This film thinks it is hilarious and charming, just like Transformers did. This film is immensely unfunny and repulsive, just like Transformers is. The attempts at quips and back-and-forth jokes are insufferable, getting less funny and more amateurish as the film goes on. DeHaan and Delevingne definitely deserve some of the blame for this, but the godawful writing doesn't provide them much room to be anything more than annoying.?

The plot manages to be more jumbled than anything I have seen all year. There are whole sections of this film that have nothing to do with the narrative set up in the opening act. This is a 2 hour and 20 minute film that has no business being anything over 90 minutes. A whole third of this film could be cut out, (specifically the detour that features singer/songwriter Rihanna) and nothing about the ending would change. I should have walked out of this movie somewhere near that 90 minute mark, but,?like Transformers, I hoped the final act would be this film's saving grace. It wasn't.

If you spent money your hard-earned money on this film this weekend, I truly apologize. While this is not the cinematic cancer that the Transformers franchise continues to be—Valerian is a horrendously acted, incoherently written, waste of time.?

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