400 Days

Astronauts sent to the simulator to travel to a distant planet. The purpose of this experiment is to test the crew members of the spacecraft emotional maturity during a long flight.

  • Matt Osterman

Release Date: 2016-01-15
IMDb icon 4.4/10
  • Country: US
  • Language: English
  • Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $58
Kalindi Bartlet
04 December 2015 | 03:51

Honestly, for the first time to KP I saw the film without assessments reviews, decided to seize the moment and leave my first review here.

Briefly about the film:

The plot of the film before viewing seemed to be quite interesting. The description, of course, unpretentious, but even a no fiction. According to as you view this interest is gradually fading. The feeling that the Director decided to shoot the first half of the film in the fantasy genre, and in the second are mixed horror with westerns.

The first half of the film, though, and very slow, but still leaves hope for an interesting development of the plot. And the idea of this experiment is very interesting in itself. The confrontation of the characters struggle with madness in a closed space.

Decent development but the plot is not received. Instead, the characters simply replace one location for different just doing a horror movie, in stupid not a terrible horror movie. There's a lack of budget.

In the process, we briefly explain the details of what happened on Earth, perhaps even throw a couple of mysterious phrases about this. No explains the motives of people with surface.

The ending of the category of "smart enough to do, and we could not". Remains a deep sense of incompleteness, or rather of incompleteness of the narrative.

In General, only the idea for the first half put

5 from 10

Dotti Beau
04 December 2015 | 07:07

The film, which was announced a little and I got the eye randomly, on what it?

From the description it's not clear, but in the second part of the tape is clearly expected some kind of trick.

In a nutshell: for participate in social experiment — 400-day flight on the spacecraft-simulator — select a group of untrained mortals with a whole bunch of fears and complexes: Unbalanced big man with a lack of control of emotions (mechanic); insecure and sensitive boy with a keen sense of guilt (nerd), which seems to be that's draw on the wall of my room door, as in "pan's Labyrinth", and will go straight to open space; and, of course, the icing on the cake — just leave a couple (a doctor and a ... Handsome..?), continue to love each other. In General, the dream team.

It should be noted that the first 350 days number four, no ability to communicate with the outside world, having fun just playing poker with growing plants (didn't notice the hint of books or movies..), have been quite successful and social degradation, as a strange, especially not notes.

Except that periodically, a few of the characters are haunted by hallucinations. But and not all. And sense not particularly explains. In General, a possible side effect of endless pills and medications.

I do not want to reveal the plot of the last couple of days of this incredibly sluggish trip, let me just say that in the last 15 minutes of the film we see one for others apocalyptic, maniac and even sometimes in a zombie clichés, but also a lot of legwork and conversations, which does the plot is not affect. Privcom has wedged a fleeting love story.

The final. The last year came, probably, with a dozen films with such finality. It all I can tell. I just hope Director comes in mind to make a sequel, something like "400 days: after."

In the General sense of — love always wins!

Put 5 for the educational program of the cuts news in the beginning of the tape, and for the incredible maniac smile Thomas Cavana. She made the film.

Delcine Tania
01 March 2016 | 06:30

Movies, sci-Fi genre has always had a special place not only the hearts of the audience, who are willing to get acquainted with another variation of a possible future on the screen, but in the hearts of the filmmakers embodying all your imagination on the screen. It is always fun to make bold predictions about the future and possible to completely recreate you invented the world on the screen. But not each film shows all of his dignity in the genre most modern films are easily forgotten even after the first viewing. But with the film Matt Osterman, to lay down a definite opinion becomes very difficult.

"400 days" quite closely follows the core elements of this genre and quite adequately depicts the end result on the screen. The visual component of the painting done just fine. The main achievement of the work of the Director Matt Osterman is that the absence of an impressive budget and the involvement of this tape to the B-movies and not blockbuster class A is not felt in the picture at all.

The scenery is made for quite a high level, and a fairly modest amount of space screen locations skillfully exploited by the film Director Matt Osterman not calling certain things. The more so and in terms of atmosphere the film made more than good. Sometimes tsilas to the film "Moon 2112" Duncan Jones, "Alien" by Ridley Scott, and even the "Through the horizon" by Paul Anderson representing something much more different. In many ways, with an emphasis on an atmosphere of mystery, rather than a fierce of horror and other visual horror stories. Than probably achieving a convincing atmosphere of tension, discomfort and on my screen.

The less, perhaps the only and the most controversial phenomenon of the picture is the script. The idea is incredibly good and draws a huge scope for creativity on the background of which the story can develop in several are totally different directions. Especially on the background of such an interesting beginning and slowly developing action and teased the imagination throughout the tape. Here only the very ending of the picture is a little disappointed and even caused some disappointment as to chose which way the film-makers. The more so on the background of the final picture so it becomes obvious that looks like even the creators don't understand that want to create their heroes. Is all group hallucination characters, has sent a them through space in a different planet, or something else. Every viewer will choose for themselves something of their own. So as of the announcement of the answer to this question, the filmmakers have refrained and this film certainly many lost.

Acting team coped with their task is quite a normal. Not to say that they showed the top of her acting skills, but certainly not cause particular hostility of the whole movie. Perhaps, more than just giving the opportunity to sneer at the about this project has become a haven for Rue Lotz who starred in the TV series "Arrow" and Cavani of the other series a single comic DC universe "Flash". The most, repeatedly giving the impression that and the case where not undertake come out either Oliver Queen or Barry Allen.

5 out of 10

400 days — this is a full "movie-paradox", which is willing to look after expense worthy of vizualizacii, impressive atmosphere and a promising idea, but I want to leave a used at the background is very scarce scarce implementation of the idea on the screen. Of course not causing significant negative relation to what is happening on the screen action, but leaving leaving the idea that was would be much better.

How much has 400 Days made?
Commercial tv-show fees worldwide today are Cumulative Worldwide $58.
Who is the director of the movie 400 Days?
This tv-show was directed by Matt Osterman.
What is the genre of 400 Days?
The tv-show belongs to the genres of Sci-Fi, Thriller, Mystery.
Who starred in 400 Days?
Many famous actors starred in this tv-show, here are the names of the most famous: Brandon Routh, Dane Cook, Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman, Tom Cavanagh.
What is 400 Days IMDB Ranking?
At the moment, the rating is 4.4.
When was 400 Days released?
The start date for this tv-show on USA TV is 2016-01-15.