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10 Cloverfield Lane [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2016]

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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1268 out of 1342)

    Special Features


    • Blu-Ray Feature Film:
    • Bunker mentality
    • Cloverfield too
    • Commentary by director Dan Trachtenburg and producer J.J. Abrams
    • Duck and cover
    • End of story
    • Fine tuned
    • Kelvin optical
    • Spin-off
    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis


    10 Cloverfield Lane
    Following a car accident, Michelle (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) awakens in the basement fallout shelter of a conspiracy-crazed man (John Goodman) who claims to have saved her from the wreckage of the crash. He also informs her that a chemical attack has devastated the surrounding area, rendering the outside world uninhabitable. Emmett (John Gallagher Jr.), who barely made it into the shelter, corroborates this version of events, but Michelle remains suspicious. As the dynamics within the bunker continually shift, she begins to doubt the truth of both what's happening in the shelter and in the outside world. Dan Trachtenberg made his feature-length debut with this semi-sequel sci-fi thriller, produced by J.J. Abrams and written by Josh Campbell, Matthew Stuecken, and Damien Chazelle. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Mary Elizabeth Winstead
      Mary Elizabeth Winstead - Michelle
    • John Goodman
      John Goodman - Howard Stambler
    • John Gallagher, Jr.
      John Gallagher, Jr. - Emmett
    • Maya Erskine
      Maya Erskine - Darcy
    • Image coming soon
      Cindy Hogan - Neighbor Woman



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 1342 reviews

    94%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Perfect Movie

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      Dragonfly120
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      10 Cloverfield Lane is a pseudo-sequel to Cloverfield, but instead of being found-footage it's a standard film, but with something truly remarkable; it's perfect. The story: When Michelle (Mary E. Winstead) is forced off the road by an unseen driver, she wakes to find herself in a bunker with Howard (John Goodman) and an injured man named Emmett (John Gallagher jr.). Howard tells her the outside world is gone, and they are all that's left. But, soon, Michelle starts to realize nothing is as it seems, and begins a desperate fight to figure out what is truly happening. What makes the movie perfect is every piece fits together. The direction and script are tight-nit and expertly woven together, with not a single plot hole left in. All the characters are built up and hit their peaks of development through strength or conviction. Even the ending which some found to be a pitch out of right field, came about through all the clues and hints dropped throughout the movie; you just have to look for them. And even the musical score from Bear McCreary is a masterpiece of suspense, ratcheting the tension in ways you wouldn't imagine. Obviously the movie isn't going to be liked by everyone, but even if you don't like it, you can't deny the incredible achievement this film is.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      No shaky-cam like the original Cloverfield

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      bobinator
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      Set in the same universe as Cloverfield (but without the annoying shaky-cam), this film is thrilling, scary, suspenseful and glued me to my seat for its' entire run-time. Imagine awakening in a bomb shelter after a car accident to be told that the air above has been poisoned by invaders and that life outside the shelter is now impossible. Next imagine that the person you are sharing the shelter with is dangerously insane (the man crazy and paranoid enough to have constructed the shelter back when no REAL threat existed). Only he can open the air-lock to the surface and he expects you to believe him without allowing you out to check it out for yourself (telling you that you would die if you even tried--one whiff of the air and you are dead). Your cell phone doesn't work, nothing comes through on the radio (which he supplied). Do you believe him or not? And if it is true, can you, never the less, survive being locked underground with a possible psychopath who has a volatile temper that can be set off at a moment's notice by practically anything? Not a film for the faint of heart. If you are a fan of both psychological suspense films and horror films as well (with an invasion twist thrown in for good measure), I recommend this film highly.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not a good follow-up to the original

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      drwinlied
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      I went into this with a pretty well established idea that they were going the thriller/slow-burn route. That's pretty much the route they took, but the acting (aside from Goodman) wasn't really up to the task. While a departure from the 1st person view was a welcome change, the absence of a dynamic soundtrack was not. The first film had plenty of LFE and enough dynamic range to keep your attention. While this film doesn't have the action of the first, there could have been a lot done to the audio/score to keep us from losing interest. Ultimately, I am giving this film 2 stars. It would be a 1-star, but I am going to watch it again to give it another shot. The fact that it isn't SO bad that it doesn't get a shot at redemption nets it a 2. If you get frustrated by watching films in which the characters make poor-to-terrible decisions, stay away from this one. Goodman carries a lot of it, but there are so many things going on that don't fit the narrative of what they are, seemingly, trying to portray it comes off as distracting vs immersive. Like I said, I'm giving it another shot, but I can see this one getting donated.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A clever spin for a monster movie sequel

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      Electronaut72
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      First off, yes...this is a sequel to Cloverfield. And yes, there is a creature element to it...but perhaps not what you'd expect. Most of the movie focuses around a woman getting captured by a survivalist (Goodman) and trying to escape from his underground bunker with one other captive. Towards the end, its ties to Cloverfield are revealed...sort of. SPOILER ALERT: There are no kaiju in this movie. In fact, 10 Cloverfield Lane's connection to the first movie is solely the town in which it takes place and the fact that there's a monster/sci-fi element to it. There are no giant monsters that collate to the creature in the first Cloverfield movie–or so we're led to believe. You only get to see the "aliens" in the last 10 minutes of the movie, and it leaves you wanting more. However, I can't really think of another sci-fi movie like 10 Cloverfield Lane. As a suspense/thriller movie, it excels...so try not to think of it as purely sci-fi fare and you may like it. It boldly combines two different genres, and I admire that.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Pretty Good, worthy of Cloverfield name

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      HiatusRex
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      When I first heard of this movie, I felt that the inclusion of the Cloverfield name was just a not-so-clever marketing tool used to salvage an un-sellable film about a devious doomsday prepper. (Maybe it was--I guess we may never know). If JJ Abrams wanted to produce a Cloverfield anthology franchise, why didn't it continue with Super-8? *Giant shrug.* Before viewing a movie, there are two kinds of audience: those who highly anticipate a thoroughly enjoyable experience, and those with expectations ranging from neutral to negative. This time, I was in the latter camp, leaning more toward neutral. I was skeptical that Abrams was just trying to pull one over on audiences for a quick buck (though I'm sure his jaunt in the Star Wars universe landed him enough of those to keep him out of the poor house for awhile). Ultimately, to sum it up in a spoiler-free way, this was a fun movie to watch as long as you excuse the cliche that survivalists are always dangerous nut-job shut-ins with Norman Bates-like tendencies.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Worth a purchase

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      1BUZZ1
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      The film really kept my attention. The strength of the film is that you are on the edge of your seat guessing what will happen next. Whereas most films are easily predictable and you can pretty much map out what will happen 15-minutes into the film, this film keeps you in the dark and plays mind games with you as an audience member. I would say that if you are going into this film thinking it will be a straight sequel to the original film, Cloverfield, you are in for a rude awakening. JJ Abrams declared the film is a "spiritual successor" to the previous film in that a lot of the elements from the previous film are present, but the monster is in a different context for this film. Even the way the film is shot is different from the previous film, because the previous film was shot with the found footage style and this film does not use that technique. Overall, recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A fun film to expand Abrams' Cloverfield Universe

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      WallyPorter
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      The film is an interesting mystery that opens with a young woman who is in a car accident waking to find herself in a bunker with John Goodman, who assures her that she's safe, but cannot leave, as there's been an extensive chemical attack that's left the outside world tainted for the foreseeable future. There's another random guy staying there who had apparently begged his way inside, making for an odd little threesome to try to tentatively get used to one another for the weird duration, but everyone (audience included) is left wondering what the real truth is, because our host just seems to have some strange mannerisms for a survivalist with good intentions, and that's what keeps things interesting on the back side of the film. I really dug it and it does indeed feel as if it could take place in the same world as the original Cloverfield film, perhaps taking place after the NYC action in another part of that world? Good stuff and well worth a look.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Captivating plot, bit of a let down ending.

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      Juice
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      This movie is great for a one time watch. I personally would not watch it multiple times, but the story was intriguing and compelling. It held my attention and peaked my interest throughout the entire movie, though I was slightly disappointed with the way that the movie ended. It would have been incredibly appealing to fans of a science fiction story, though I was hoping for a bit more realism. The ending did, however, provide a surprising climax, and left the movie open for a possible sequel, which has the potential to be very well done. The characters were interesting, realistic, and well developed, and the movie kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the whole thing. There are a lot of intriguing, suspenseful moments that came out of left field, as well as a fair deal of violence and shock factor. A great nighttime watch, especially if you're a fan of suspense and mystery.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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