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S Darko - StatistikenWissenswertes -. Daveigh Chase. Bret Roberts. Donnie und Gretchen freunden sich an und werden ein Paar. Stuart Stone. Donnie, entsetzt über Gretchens Tod, tötet ihn mit einem Schuss ins Auge. Darko - Eine Donnie Darko Saga. Don Fisher David St. Kerzenset "Weihnachtszauber" 4. Emmett Brown - Eine Donnie Darko Saga. Durchschnittliche Bewertung. Bilder anzeigen. Schauspielerinnen und Schauspieler. Mehr Infos: SD Deutsch. Weitere Material Girls zum Thema. But even if one puts the original film out-of-mind, and only look at the sequel on it's own merits, the movie still falls completely flat. Download Full Movie 5 Card Stud. I guess the answer is money. The scroll at the beginning S Darko it up when it mentions about the jet engine being untraceable, from the first movie It take a handful of Chinesische Nelke effects and concepts from the first one and turns it into a crappy Susanna Simon flick. I wanted to give it a Tvprogrammheute. The story of the original was supposed to be left open Bs Blindspot interpretation at the end, and this is a St. Barth bad interpretation of that story. Visit our What to Watch page. How unlikely is Danmachi Sword Oratoria Elizabeth Berkley Lauren Trudy.
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Samantha visits Justin in jail. Randy tries to find her as fiery tesseracts fall from the sky. Justin puts on his mask, which makes him go back in time.
He climbs the windmill that was destroyed at the beginning. Justin believes that his death will prevent the series of events that will lead to the end of the world.
He stays on the windmill and is killed by the meteorite. It is now the morning after the meteorite landing again. Samantha and Corey visit the site and find the locals are saddened as they take away Justin's body.
Samantha, never having experienced the events after the meteorite crash, decides to go back home while Corey stays in the small town with Randy.
Donnie Darko ' s writer and director, Richard Kelly , has stated that he had no involvement with S. He stated "To set the record straight, here's a few facts I'd like to share with you all—I haven't read this script.
I have absolutely no involvement with this production, nor will I ever be involved. Darko , noted that he was an admirer of Kelly's film, and that he hoped "to create a similar world of blurred fantasy and reality.
The film was an independent production of Silver Nitrate Productions, and not by Newmarket Films which produced the original film —Newmarket had gone dormant by this time.
Darko domestically on home video. Filming for S. Darko began on May 18, Musician Ed Harcourt signed to provide the score for the film after he "read the script and loved it".
Darko was filmed in Coalville, Utah and Magna, Utah. To promote the film, a viral marketing campaign was launched consisting of three YouTube videos.
The first video is footage from a surveillance camera, showing a dumpster falling from the sky and crushing a child.
The second video is from a conspiracy theorist expressing his beliefs that metallic objects which—with no apparent rational explanation—fall from the sky and lethally crush people are "Artifacts".
He believes that when the two universes meet again further down in time, both of them will be catastrophically destroyed, unless something is done to prevent this.
Examples of such "Artifacts" are the jet engine that killed Donnie Darko, a manhole that decapitated a young girl, the aforementioned dumpster, and a meteor shower over Utah that resulted in the death of a local man.
The meteor shower is one of the main events that happen in the movie. The third video is from a young girl responding to the creator of the previous video.
She accuses him of being a fraud and a hack who doesn't understand what he's talking about, because he stole his theories from Roberta Sparrow's book, The Philosophy of Time Travel , which was featured in the original movie.
She then shows him another link between several of these disastrous events: the falling dumpster left a hole in the ground with a shape apparently similar to a drawing of Frank's mask retrieved from Donnie Darko's psych file; and the same shape also appears in a hunk of twisted, wrought-iron metal pulled from the wreckage of the windmill that was destroyed by the meteor shower in Conejo Springs.
The film was largely panned by critics, often citing its muddled storyline, one-sided characters, and superficial dialogue.
The A. Club gave the film an F, noting that the sequel took "a few simple, surface elements from Donnie Darko and fail[ed] spectacularly in trying to create a franchise".
The Washington Post gave a somewhat better review, calling it average but stating that "The Darko faithful are better off skipping the movie entirely and devoting their attention to the making-of featurette and the commentary track" and that they "have little faith that the moviegoers who once fell in love with Kelly's unique take on teen alienation will see S.
Darko as anything more than a very minor pop cultural footnote. In an interview with PopMatters magazine journalist J.
Darko , "I hate it when people ask me about that sequel because I had nothing to do with it. And I hate it when people try and blame me or hold me responsible for it because I had no [involvement].
I had to relinquish them when I was 24 years old. Those people are making lots of money. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Release date. Running time.
Retrieved January 28, Darko ". Screen Daily. Retrieved February 4, DARKO viral". Darko review". May 13, Having said that I don't understand what the whole point S Darko really was.
Darko, Here comes the spoilers, but trust me it may be better to read about it than to actually waste your time watching it the whole thing starts when a dead version of Samantha appears before a man who goes by "Iraq Jack" and tells him that the world is going to end.
Another messed up thing about Iraq Jack? He's the grandson to Roberta Sparrow, what bearing that has to do with anything? I have no clue.
Anyways, Iraq Jack gets obsessed with the dead version of Samantha and even more messed up is that Samantha apparently turns into her dead self at night when she sees a glowing feather.
So this dead version of Samantha tells him that the world is going to end, and he goes about making a mask that is supposed to replicate the look of Frank the Rabbit from the first movie, apparently she shows him a drawing that Donnie did of Frank the Rabbit and he creates a mask that looks like the drawing.
There's a problem with that. Okay, Donnie first meets Frank the Rabbit on the night when the Tangent Universe opens when Frank calls him outside to avoid being killed by the jet engine.
When he goes back into time to save the world, he goes back to exactly the same night that he was called outside and therefore the tangent universe never opens.
So, unless he decided to randomly draw Frank the Rabbit while waiting for the engine to crush him Oh, and storing it somewhere in his room where it won't get ruined by the said jet engine , that drawing shouldn't exist.
Except, of course, the sketches that Frank had, but I doubt that he knew Samantha well enough to give her a copy. So anyways, he creates the mask that invariably kills Samantha later on which actually Samantha dies twice in this movie, but I won't get into that too much, because the first time is actually quite pointless.
So now, the world is coming to an end, Samantha is dead, and the dead version of her springs Iraq Jack from jail so that he could go back into time and die by the meteorite.
Okay, so they're pretty much replacing Donnie with Iraq Jack who happens to be Roberta Sparrows grandson, but really, who cares?
Here's the problem with that, Donnie was a pretty messed up kid, but the experiences he goes through in the movie moves the audience to feel for him when he does actually die.
This doesn't work for Iraq Jack, because quite frankly no one cares about him. Seriously, the only shots you see of him are him rambling like a lunatic, or him digging through trash, or other random shots of him talking to the dead Samantha.
No one cares for him, the audience doesn't care about him, so when he does die smiling and waving at the meteorite like an idiot it doesn't have any effect on the audience.
It's like watching someone step on an insect, no one cares. That's just the main plot, but then you have some other stuff in the movie that's just completely inane.
Like, for instance, this random rash that I don't even remember what the name of the character was, seriously he was that unimportant some dude got from the meteorite, that apparently ate away at his skin and also made him super aggressive.
Here's another thing that didn't quite make sense. Samantha has the Philosophy of Time Travel book.
For those that don't know or maybe for some reason or another might have forgotten, Donnie receives the book from Dr.
Monnitoff, his science teacher, when he starts asking him about time travel. His inquiries are all brought on by the fact that Frank the Rabbit talked to him about time travel, so if Donnie went back in time to the point where the tangent universe opened and died, he never received the book.
So that means that Dr. Monnitoff should still have it or if you go to the Donnie Darko website you find out that it was actually given to the Library of Congress Rare Books Division after Dr.
Monnitoff died in a car accident. These are just some of the things that I've noticed, but right now I don't think I could continue to rant about this movie.
I think instead I'm going to find Nathan Atkins the guy that wrote the screenplay for S Darko and I'm going to get a refund for what I believe 2 hours of my life wasted on his piece of crap movie is worth.
Don't waste your time. Before anyone gets on their high horse saying I am one of those Donnie Darko fans not giving this new movie a chance, I gave this film a chance and spent the five bucks to rent it straight away after learning it existed.
The only good thing about this film is that it ended. OK, that may be harsh, the film's colour and surrounding landscape it unfolds in is pretty cool but that is it.
The only other interesting elements, whether technical in filming style or plot-wise of this film, were ripped straight from the first film.
What was cool in Donnie Darko is merely imitation here. As fans of the original we cannot help but compare the two films because s.
Darko centres on characters and memories from the first one and rotates on the principles that drove the original as well. How can you not compare the two?
What almost borders on insulting in this film are the straight repetitions of acts, scenes and quirky characters from the first one replicated in this one.
I don't want to spoil the film if you are drawn to sit and endure it but you'll see what I mean, you cannot miss the weak, formulaic repetition, especially if you are a fan of the original.
Basically, s. Darko is the same model car like Donnie Darko but has different paint colour and chokes along on a four-cylinder engine whereas the first one rumbled along on six.
If you thought "How can they make a sequel to Donnie Darko? This movie fails as miserably as you would expect. It also lacks in the quality of the cinematography of the original.
It is almost unwatchable. The ending to the original Donnie Darko was absolutely superior. It absolutely completed the story and left the viewer to ponder the meaning and philosophical implications of the work quietly to themselves.
There was no antagonist to be reviled from the dead to fight again and no antagonist, having saved the world once to be brought out of a failed marriage and rehab somewhere to save the world again.
I do not mind watching movie series even movies such as Saw or Rocky. But Donnie Darko is not the type of movie that could possibly lend itself well to a series and it doe not deserve to be put in a category with those types of movies and the attempt to do so is a complete failure.
Seven years after a jet engine fell on her brother we find Samantha Darko on a road trip with her best friend Corey as they both want to escape their former lives.
Their car breaks down in a small town in Utah and they are stuck there until their car can be repaired. Samantha of course has Darko superpowers and while she sleepwalks her time traveling zombie ghost girl self wanders around giving advice to the local nut a post traumatic war veteran , and warning that the world is going to end in a few days.
There is also the "Mystery of the Missing Boys" to be solved spoiler: it's not and a gaggle of weird characters to meet; the drunk teen who is brother to one of the missing boys, the nerd who is infected by a meteorite, the aforementioned crazy vet, the creepy motel manger, the priest with a shady past and his freaky girlfriend.
Richard Kelly has nothing to do with this sequel it's directed by Chris Fisher but after Southland Tales I'd still like to blame him. This movie is trash if you've seen the first Donnie Darko movie.
It has nothing to do with the original. And the actors are really making the movie boring. I saw 1 hour of the movie then I got really angry, and turned it off.
I wanted to give it a chance.. The movie has an feeling of those teenage movies that gets released pretty often.
I can't understand the director what he thought when he made the second part like this. It might be a trend that all second part followers movies gotta be this way.
Why waste money on something thats not come from the heart. P Donnie Darko. TheEtherWalk 19 May S Darko. Yeah they really made it. If you liked Donnie Darko, you will hate this.
If you never saw Donnie Darko, you will have absolutely no clue in hell whats going on in this movie because the filmmakers don't explain anything and assume everyone knows Donnie Darko like the back of their hand.
And even if you know every last detail of the first film, understand tangent universes and own a copy of Roberta Sparrow's time travel book, you will be totally confused as well.
Samantha Darko and her friend are driving, somewhere and they wind up in this town with all these really unconvincing people. Iraq Jack is supposed to be this crazy Iraq war veteran, but he looks like he just skipped class in highschool and wandered onto the set.
There's this nerdy guy who tries to hit on Sam, except he looks way too pretty to be a nerd. And all the guys have long hair and look really phony.
Even the costumes look like they were picked up at Goodwill. Daveign Chase herself wears nothing but her underwear for pretty much the entire movie.
Not that I'm complaining though. Did I mention there is a TON of secondary characters, all of whom do nothing but tell Sam she has a destiny and that God is watching and blah blah blah.
It's supposed to sound deep and meaningful, and some of it is well written but it never amounts to anything. All of the actors are pretty terrible, but Daveigh Chase herself is really bad.
She looks good in front of the camera, but mumbles her way through her lines at several points. Ed Westwick should get an award for never moving his face during this entire movie.
I'm serious, I don't think he blinked. Elizabeth Berkely shows up as a devout Christian housewife, with some completely idiotic dialog.
She also looks totally haggard every time she's on screen. The mystique of Donnie Darko has been totally lost here. The story of the original was supposed to be left open to interpretation at the end, and this is a really bad interpretation of that story.
Somehow since Sam dies in one flow of time during this movie, she can become a manipulated dead She goes around as this pale ghost self and changes some things.
She makes someone burn down a church for no real reason other than to mirror the first film. And apparently she 'doesn't dream' according to the words that open the movie.
She can create unicorns running in the clouds with her mind though. And somehow characters in this movie can simply go back in time at will, and something about a glowing blue feather.
Doesn't this totally go against what happened in the first movie? Donnie Darko didn't have 'powers'. They tried to explain everything that was ambiguous in DD, and by doing so they confound all continuity with the original while leaving nothing to the imagination, simplifying the themes and creating nothing original of their own.
The plot of this movie is basically just ripped from the first movie. Iraq Jack has to get crushed by the meteor in order to close the time loop, pretty much the same as Donnie.
This is about the only thing that really makes sense. Both the female leads wind up dead at points in the movie, but there's no emotional weight to this at all because we KNOW they will come back to life.
The nerdy guy appears to have a flesh-eating disease that is never explained. Then his face turns all black and weird like a demon.
What's the point of this and why does he create a Frank mask? Who locked the two kids in the cave? All in all, a very sloppy film with almost no redeeming values.
A lot of it probably looked good on paper, and there are some promising scenes, but the execution is just lazy. Daveigh Chase in her underwear almost makes it worth watching.
I'm in agreement with virtually all of the negative reviews so far. This film is completely derivative and almost completely unoriginal. In fairness, though, there may be some things that make S Darko a little less incoherent.
The basic universe of S Darko could be the tangent universe of Donnie Darko. The universe problem in the first film is not that the tangent universe cannot and must not exist, but that any universe cannot be contaminated by a tangent universe.
My interpretation may be completely wrong, but the tangent universe plane engine in Donnie represents the contamination that must be corrected.
Otherwise, why did Frank wake Donnie? If the ongoing reality in S Darko is that Donnie was killed by a still unidentified engine, then S Darko is an exploration of that tangent universe that Donnie saved us from.
Donnie accepted death because that is how our universe should have unfolded. Maybe the rest of Sparkle Motion died, or maybe none of them went. Unfortunately, this probably suggests that in the tangent universe, Sam and her mother are both dead.
That said, the S Darko filmmakers were too intent on maintaining the rules and structure of DD in this film, and rather than an homage they made a very unconvincing re-make.
They painted themselves into a corner. Exploring Donnie's tangent universe would be OK to do, but it should have opened up new levels of reality rather than to cram us into the old ones.
I've watched DD once when it first came out. I don't remember anything about it so this review is coming from someone who has a relatively fresh aspect on this.
This movie is bad. Really bad. No plot, no excitement. I had a few jumps in the beginning when the dead girl appeared here and there, but that's about it.
The best part of this movie was the skin shown due to some unknown pajamas addiction the main actress had. I understand that sequels are ten times better after watching the original or prequel but, shouldn't they still make some kind of sense?
A sequel or follow-up is not going to be good just because the original was awesome. All good movies, sequels or not, have a few things in common.
Bad, bad movie and bad, bad movie makers. If my fingers weren't too busy clawing out my eyes, I'd give you a thumbs down. First off, I want to say I love the original Donnie Darko.
The plot of creator Richard Kelly's Donnie Darko was confusing leaving doors open and making the audience thinking for days after viewing , the acting and characters were colorful, the dialogue was crisp and unique--all which paid off and made it great film.
Casting was great, though early in his career he appeared as Billy Crystal's character's son in City Slickers, I don't remember seeing Jake Gyllenhaal in a movie as an adult until Donnie Darko nothing memorable anyhow.
The overall tone of the movie worked wonderfully. And a healthy Patrick Swayze in a triumphant, yet disturbing return—great stuff. Darko's answer to a comeback is Elizabeth Berkley aka Jessie Spano with a not so much a victorious return to the screen in perhaps her worst movie and she starred in Showgirls.
Once I got over viewing the movie, I watched the making of s. Darko special feature. First off, Chris Fisher states that he hasn't even seen the final cut of the movie.
How does that happen? I think it says a lot when the director doesn't even watch his huge mistake. The funny thing is that most people involved in this movie seemed to know and are willing to admit they were making a tragic mistake getting on board for this what people kept referring to as a "continuation" to avoid the Hollywood cussword, "sequel.
Perhaps if Richard Kelly was involved, instead of allowing others to play in the universe he created, the movie may have had some redeeming qualities, but obviously he knew it was a bad idea or he would have been there.
If you want to watch a bunch of Hollywood professionals squirm, watch this special feature, it's much more entertaining than the film itself.
To sum up the ridiculousness of the plot of this movie, actor, John Hawkes, makes a funny comment about asking him what s. Darko is about.
His answer, "it's about an hour and forty-five minutes or something like that and, and I know it's in color. Darko, the screenwriter, Nathan Atkins who implied in the making of special feature that he was hesitant to write this because he is a huge fan of the original and seems somewhat ashamed by the outcome.
He even asked himself when the idea was brought to him, Why do this? I guess the answer is money. In his "chapter of the saga," hopefully the final chapter Nate uses many of the cool elements of the original, the infamous creepy rabbit head being, the stream of CGI liquid that leads the characters their destiny spirit , and the concept that water and metal are essential to time travel, but it's all done awful, and he too often tries to explain things that were left to the imagination of the viewer by Kelly to no prevail which I feel is a big no, no and a kick to the Dick.
If Kelly watched this movie and ran into Nathan Atkins on the street, he would deserve an apology. I don't like to hold the writing completely accountable, because I know there are so many elements to making a film work and a lot of the time the story looks great on paper, but when it's made something goes terribly wrong.
Here it's the overall story for me. Set in the mid's in order to correlate with the original film or O. Sam has hallucinations that warn her that the end of existence is near.
Some weird guy from Desert Storm is rummaging through dumpsters and just plain old being weird. Another dorky dude's got strange sores going on.
I'm not explaining anymore of the ridiculous, uninspired plot. Using the idea of time travel from the O.
Darko fails to come up with anything innovative. The characters are blah. The town is tired. The dialogue is laughable for bad reasons. The wannabe trippy effects are not worthy of a video game.
Then I woke up and started it from the point I remembered last seeing and nothing changed--just another bad sequel to a movie that should have been left alone.
In real life and in any movie, people should never wake up and start all over again except in Groundhog Day.
That is bad storytelling and a cop out which the original had done tactfully without dumbing things down. I was really hoping to have at least something good to say by the end of this disaster, but now all I hope is that True Romance, Dark City and Fight Club never spawn a sequel.
Though my review for this film is bad, I admire anyone who creates a movie, Chris Fisher, Nathan Atkins, the cast.
Keep making movies. That's why I give anything a chance. So why get so fired up about a movie that sucks? Because without bad movies there can't be good ones and without comparison there is nothing learned.
After watching the making of featurette, I think everyone involved in this mess will turn down working on a "continuation" or sequel of another film they love; then again, money talks.
I bet they all feel dirty now. Some great stories don't need to become sagas and should just R. I read a few comments beforehand given the 4.
Therefore, it is my role as a human being to warn you. I thought this movie was going to talk about the original story seen through the eyes of Samantha I never read the summary Oh, I get it: the first movie seemed so likely to happen in real life, they figured "Well, why not just have the EXACT same thing happen to two individuals from the same family?
That's got to even out the odds! I mean, after all she's been through! Oh, did I say story? It's not even obvious who's supposed to play which role in the movie.
Manipulated living? Manipulated dead? Don't even try to guess: I think they just switch randomly! Remember Roberta from the first movie?
It's the old woman who always checks her mailbox and wrote the book about "The philosophy of time travel".
That's awesome, isn't it?! How unlikely is that? Well now, I'm convinced!!!