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400 years in the future, after a virus decimates the world population, only one city on Earth remains. Ruled by the Goodchild dynasty, it is a perfect society of peace and prosperity except that its citizens keep mysteriously disappearing. Academy Award® winner Charlize Theron stars as Aeon Flux, a secret agent/assassin/warrior whose mission is to bring down the regime. But as she goes deeper into her mission, Aeon uncovers some shocking secrets that jeopardize the mission and her life.
- Five featurettes: Creating a World, Locations, Stunts, Costume Design Workshop, The Craft of the Set Photographer
- Theatrical trailer
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On to the film - It doesn't (closely) follow the animated series, but I liked the story and the fact it has an ending that audiences can appreciate (the animated series tried to do this, but imho failed). It's part fantasy, part science fiction and part love story without being too mushy.
The action is pretty darn good and, given the costumes/clothing to wear, the action is quite risqué as well. But hey, this movie came from another source whose sole purpose was to sell product to hormone charged boys. It sells well!
This is a movie a person could watch a couple times. I wouldn't say they might watch it a couple times in a row, day, week or month, but it's one you could easily come back to to watch.
For me, this movie struck a chord. I am a huge fan of dystopian fiction, and the world portrayed in this film reminded me of one of my absolute favorite books of all-time, "We" by Yevgeny Zamyatin. Having Charlize Theron in the film helps, no doubt, but I think the story told here is very engaging. The action scenes are great and the pace of the story kept me interested. I've watched this movie a number of times and it seems to be that kind of cult classic you will either love or hate. For me, it worked because I had no expectations.
And one of the better YA films at that.
Like the /Divergent/ films it combines a walled-in humanity with an awful lot of violence.
And it doesn't take three films to get beyond the wall either. This makes it feel a bit rushed at times.
I've never seen the TV series, so I can't comment on how it relates to that.