The Knowing (2009 Film)
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  • John’s son, Caleb, is experience similar behavior patterns from the woman who saw the events taking place, he too is seeing numbers that all add up to catastrophic events
  • For the film to end like that, with the children of the world being brought to space and saved from death, was not at all the best ending I have ever seen
  • I would not recommend this film to anyone, it is not at all entertaining and does not make for a good film

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The 2009 film “The Knowing” starring Nicholas Cage and Rose Byrne, did not in any way, do Nicholas Cage any justice. For his talents, and the other movies he has so wonderfully acted in, this film was a real flop. The plot was a little suspenseful, I’ll give it that, but the overall story line was not in the least bit entertaining and in fact a little depressing.

      See, Nicholas Cage plays a man named John, who has dug up a capsule at his son’s elementary school that has some very


      terrifying and very real predictions in it for events that are going to take place. The capsule was written by a young girl who used to attend that school, whose daughter is now grown up and has a child of her own. John’s son, Caleb, is experience similar behavior patterns from the woman who saw the events taking place, he too is seeing numbers that all add up to catastrophic events.

      It turns out that aliens have been planting these messages in the heads of children to warn them about upcoming ...


      • events. The human race is in danger of a seriously deadly event, and the aliens plan to take some of the children with them back to space to save the human race. Nothing that the man kind does can change the events that are going to happen, and rather then arguing that and trying to save the planet, John let’s his son go with the aliens and goes back to his parents house to wait to die.

        For the film to end like that, with the children of the world being

        brought to space and saved from death, was not at all the best ending I have ever seen. It wasn’t even a good ending that I would like to see again. The film did not allow the actors involved to really show their talents, a few of the lines were corny and poorly written, and the series of events that led up to the ending were not at their best. I would not recommend this film to anyone, it is not at all entertaining and does not make for a good film.




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