The Colony


Drama / Romance / Thriller

IMDb Rating 7.1 10 40,936


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April 8, 2019


Daniel Brühl as Chris
Emma Watson as Meg March
Martin Wuttke as Niels Biedermann
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806.02 MB
23.976 fps
106 min
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106 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by saletehnolog 9 / 10 / 10

Every word is superfluous. Great!

When I saw the movie score on IMDb, I did not expect too much. I watched him a few months ago and even today I do not understand why the film is rated as "average". I do not know if people are aware that the film was made to a true event? If we leave this fact aside, your film leads to the ultimate limits of endurance. The voltage is constant. Psychological play in the movie is brutal.The magnificent Ema credibly shared the events in the Colony. I had the impression that I live a real life during the duration of the film. It's like I did not watch a movie, but it was a reality. This is, indeed, a phenomenal film that is far more attentive to audiences around the world. 9/10

Reviewed by robertemerald 7 / 10 / 10

A profoundly disturbing true horror movie based on historical fact.

Make no bones about it, this is an edge of your seat horror movie. It is also highly original. I can't think of another movie that comes close to comparing with it. That such originality is based on fact is highly disturbing on its own. I've seen movies that deal with similar subject matter but this is in a class above. If you really want to enjoy it, or offer the experience to others to enjoy, then go into it as blind as possible. I only grabbed it because I think Emma Watson is a fine actress and I like good political/historical thrillers. I got that from the DVD cover, which was the first I'd heard of it, and bought it. Within ten minutes of putting it on I was literally glued. I had to take a break half way through as the tension was unbearable. It twists and turns, surprises often, sets your teeth on edge, hits your emotions and scares the hell out of you at the same time for a solid eighty minutes. The heroes are so real and brave and understated. The villains are so horrible. This is classic movie making and will probably remain at the cutting edge of its genre long after we're all gone.

Reviewed by nzswanny 7 / 10 / 10

Shock value can be done well, and Florian comes and proves it with a scream.

Of course, this wasn't the first film to prove that shock value can be done well, but it is not common for one to use it. Shock value is usually looked down upon for reasons I'm too dumb to understand, and I approve of shock value for reasons people are too smart to understand. Colonia is based on a shocking true story about a real-life cult and it's horrific beliefs, and although we don't usually see anything, implication's enough to shock viewers, especially considering the fact that you know it's a true story. It's not shocking content-wise like A Serbian Film, it's shocking atmosphere-wise like Requiem For A Dream. Of course, it's nowhere near as good as Requiem For A Dream, yet on it's own it stands on it's two feet and confidently speaks it's opinion, using truth to convince you. I wouldn't say the film's anything special, but you'll probably remember it for a while. I think the editing could of been a bit better, but otherwise it was good. Go watch it, I think you'll like it.

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