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Directed by : Denis Villeneuve

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  • Critics Rating 5.0/5
  • MJ Rating 3.5/5
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Linguistics professor Louise Banks (Amy Adams) leads an elite team of investigators when gigantic spaceships touch down in 12 locations around the world. As nations teeter on the verge of global war, Banks and her crew must race against time to find a way to communicate with the extraterrestrial visitors. Hoping to unravel th...more


“Arrival is unmissable & supreme sci-fi stuff, quite literally!”

Arrival Credit & Casting

Amy Adams


Arrival Box Office

  • Budget: $47 million
  • Opening Weekend: $24.1 million
  • Gross: $203.40 million
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Arrival Audience Review

Arrival Review- Alien earthling contact story lacks depth and is slow

| by Madan Mohan Marwah |
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Not an absorbing film as experts try to understand the language of the aliens who have landed in their spaceships at various places on earth. The plot itself is not very novel but had potential for being converted into an engaging film only if it was in the right hands and with had strong paper work. The scenes and dialogue are uninspiring. The film is a dull and dreary account of the efforts of expert Amy Adams to decipher the language of aliens aboard a spaceship which has landed in America along with some others in different parts of the world. She does this with the help of her colleague Jeremy Renner and under the supervision of colonel Forest Whitaker. Neither the narrative nor the dialogue is interesting and some bits are confusing for the common audiences. One only wishes director Denis Villeneuve has taken care to make the narrative more audience friendly instead of the intricate presentation of the plot and the painfully slow pace.