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ProsA visually mesmerizing film The aliens are extremely well made Outstanding acting Fast-paced plot Marvelous film full of bright colors A really good science fiction movie
ConsThe script is tediously predictable
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Review: Storyline
The plot of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is set in the 28th century. It follows the story of a city, Alpha where over hundreds of years species from everywhere throughout the universe have merged to share learning, knowledge, and societies with each other.
Under a task from the Minister of Defense, Major Valerian and his accomplice Sergeant Laureline set out to a mission to the city Alpha and explores that there is a secret at Alpha, a dark power which undermines the tranquil presence of the City of a Thousand Planets. Now Valerian and Laureline must race to distinguish the raiding danger and defend not simply Alpha, but rather the eventual fate of the universe. Will peace be conceded in Alpha by these two?
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Star Cast
|Dane DeHaan||Major Valerian|
|Cara Delevingne||Sergeant Laureline|
|Clive Owen||Commander Arun Filitt|
|Ethan Hawke||Jolly the Pimp|
|Herbie Hancock||Defence Minister|
|Kris Wu||Sergeant Neza|
|Sam Spruell||General Okto-Bar|
|Alain Chabat||Bob the Pirate|
|Rutger Hauer||President of the World State Federation|
|Peter Hudson||Captain Crowford|
|Xavier Giannoli||Captain Norton|
|Louis Leterrier||Captain Welcoming Mercurys|
|Eric Rochant||Virginie Besson-Silla|
|Benoît Jacquot||Captain Welcoming Arysum (as Benoit Jacquot)|
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Characters
- Major Valerian
- Sergeant Laureline
- Commander Arun Filitt
- Jolly the Pimp
- Defence Minister
- Sergeant Neza
- General Okto-Bar
- Bob the Pirate
- President of the World State Federation
- Captain Crowford
- Captain Norton
- Captain Welcoming Mercurys
- Virginie Besson-Silla
Is Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Worth Watching?
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is a visually stunning movie, despite the fact that the majority of the scenes are CGI, it still looks real. It follows a criminologist story mixed with astonishing visuals and action. It’s not the space battles, the cool outsider living things, the cutting edge city. It’s that all the things which remind us how unending this space is, and how small and valuable our existence is. There is a lot of creative energy that went into the workmanship plan here, and this certainly isolates this film from the excessively soaked science fiction subclass. The aspiration appeared on the planet working in this universe is admirable. The opening scene that kicks this film off is mindblowing, and there is a uniqueness to it that truly attracts the gathering of people. From the structures to the spaceships, to the closet and the cosmetics, everything looks magnificent and colorful, a worth watching movie for sure.
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