Last Mimzy, The

Release Date: 20 August 2007 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Two kids find a bizarre box on the beach and are soon exhibiting signs of off-the-chart genius in this gently mind-blowing fantasy film. Little Emma (Rhiannon Leigh Wryn) finds a cute bunny doll in the box who talks to her in electronic code and Noah (Chris ONeil) learns to speak in a frequency that lets him control spiders. The kids learn to move objects via psychokinesis and communicate telepathically. Naturally their parents (Timothy Hutton and Joely Richardson) wonder what is going on here. Noahs science teacher (Rainn Wilson) has dreams predicting all this centreed on a mandala symbol from ancient Tibetan Buddhism which Noah draws in class. Michael Clarke Duncan is suitably dour as the Homeland Security official who investigates when the kids newfound power creates a major blackout across Seattle. Parents who cringe at the vulgarity of many kid films will certainly appreciate THE LAST MIMZYs sweet-natured awe towards the natural world and its inhabitants which comes without extraneous action or excessive musical bombast. The film moves with a poetic grace calling attention to environmental and social problems without preaching and creating the possibility for a genuinely better world. The child actors are real naturals who are allowed to talk and sound like kids and car chases and explosions are all but absent in place of genuine mystery and excitement about human potential. Its rare to find a sci-fi film that makes the future seem worth saving so consider this one a true gem.

Featurettes, Deleted/Alternate Scenes, Feature commentary by Director Bob Shaye, Roger Waters Music Video ? ?Hello ? I Love You?, Theatrical Trailer
Release Date: 20 August 2007
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance
Directed by: Robert Shaye

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Running Time: 96 minutes
Production Year: 2007
Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: EDV9489