Jupiter Ascending is English movie released in 2015. It is an American-Australian space opera movie. The writer and producer of “Jupiter Ascending” is The Wachowskis. It was released on January 27, 2015 in Sundance Film Festival, on February 6, 2015 in North America, on February 19, 2015 in Australia. 3 Producers: Grant Hill, Lana Wachowski, Andy Wachowski. It is categorized as a thriller film.
Jupiter Ascending is a full movie, 127 minutes in length in English language. Cast: Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth, Tuppence Middleton, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Terry Gilliam, Ariyon Bakare, James D’Arcy, Kick Gurry, Bae Doona, Tim Pigott-Smith, Edward Hogg, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Vanessa Kirby, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Christina Cole. This movie has negative reviews from critics.
Short summery of Jupiter Ascending movie
Mila Kunis is the Jupiter Jones in this movie. She has power of guessing future greatness acquired by birth. In the public she is a normal human and her job is cleaning people’s houses. In this job she breaks many materials badly.
Channing Tatum is the Caine, a genetically engineered hunter in this movie. He appears in the earth and locate Jupiter Jones. He discover and says that Jupiter has great destiny. She has a power of altering the balance of the cosmos according to her extraordinary inheritance.
“Jupiter Ascending” is a case if an especially discouraging kind of awful blockbuster: one made by specialists that you may not know were craftsmen unless you’d seen their different movies. It’s not “so terrible its great,” which would at any rate guarantee a certain lunkheaded obsessiveness. Nor is it go for the-moon-and-area among-the-stars terrible, or some other sub-classification of awful that one could present a basic defense for. It’s tastelessly, regularly sluggishly awful, registration blockbuster-boxes terrible, simply out-of-film-school-and-shopping-a-tentpole-screenplay terrible. That is the exact opposite thing I would have anticipated from the executives of “Pace Racer,” a film whose neon-and-steel-and-peyote tasteful went past ambiguity and accomplished hallucinogenic verse, and “Cloud Atlas,” a tale about rebirth, the indestructibility of genuine romance, and the Brotherhood of Man that needed to be a present day “Prejudice” and got startlingly close on occasion.