Not perfect and certain things could have been better, but a fresh breath of air which had me captivated till the end. Enjoyed it much much more than arrival.
First Light (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
First Light (2018) 1080p
First Light is a movie starring Théodore Pellerin, Kristin Booth, and Kate Burton. The film follows a high school senior, Alex Lainey, who has an encounter with mysterious lights that appear over her small town. She soon develops...
IMDB: 6.26 Likes
- Genre: Thriller |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.45G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 90
- IMDB Rating: 6.2/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 4 / 57
The Synopsis for First Light (2018) 1080p
The film follows a high school senior, Alex Lainey, who has an encounter with mysterious lights that appear over her small town. She soon develops dangerous, supernatural abilities and turns to her childhood friend Sean Terrel. The authorities target them and a chase ensues as officials try to discover the truth behind Alex's transformation.
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The Reviews for First Light (2018) 1080p
Low Budget but very well made and acted Sci-Fi filmReviewed byBBogusVote: 8/10
This is a teenage movie, a rather good one so to speak, with a science fiction bias attached to it. the pace are too slow at times,but thats elevated by the use of spectacular special effects.the acting are fine,also the filming , locations and use of sound effects.but i feel the story could have been better told.there are too much E.T stuff that are not presented well enough,especially the super secret special agency surveillance team that are pursuing the youngsters.anyway, a good film,nice surprise actually,a 7 from me.
Hey, Sean, you got to see this.Look, this... this girl, you got to see what she can do.She has some crazy powers or something.
Although this minimalist SF offers a rather disappointing outcome and they could have done more with the powers Alex (Stefanie Scott) has at a certain moment, this film is still worth watching. For the umpteenth time, it's clear you don't need a huge budget to make a fascinating film. A limited budget also means there's no need to expect overwhelming special effects. Apart from moving objects with the help of a certain kind of telekinetic force and a few moving light points, there are not a lot of impressive effects.
This SF is best described as a mix of "Close encounter of the third kind" and "Chronicle". And this mixed with a bit of teenage romance. Films about earthlings who come into contact with extraterrestrials are nothing new. It's only recently that you could enjoy "Arrival" and "A quiet place". The first one in which humans try to build a communicative bridge between man and strange aliens with the help of a linguist. In the second film, one avoids the unsightly space creatures and communicates as little as possible. The mutual conversations in "At first light" are also as good as absent. Here it's limited to some floating points of light that dazzle you rather than say something that makes sense.
In most films where there's such contact, adults handle this. In "At first light" the two teenagers Alex and Sean (Théodore Pellerin) are confronted with these science-fiction-like situations. There were more films in the past with kids meeting some kind of Martians. Just look at "E.T." and "Super 8". The nice thing about "At first light" is that it's not only about a communication problem between humans and extraterrestrials, but also about a recurring love between the two protagonists. It's quite clear that something went wrong between Alex and Sean in the past. Yet there's still some affection between both of them. Certainly from Sean's side. Despite the fact that his presence near Alex has a destructive influence on his physical constitution, he remains on her side.
Perhaps the film is a bit too average when looking at the SF-part. So many will be disappointed. But the story itself is fascinating enough and it feels as if it'll have a dazzling apotheosis. But this turns out to be absent afterward, unfortunately. Don't expect a lingering denouement. And there'll be unanswered questions after the film. That in itself isn't so dramatic. There are more films like that. Nonetheless, this film still shines in one specific way. And that's because of the admirable acting of the three young actors Theodore Pellerin, Percy Hynes White, and Stefanie Scott. In spite of its limitations, this film could be popular with a teen audience. Compared to "The darkest minds", where teenagers also possess certain supernatural powers and you'll witness some corny romantic developments, this was certainly way better. Not that there's something new to discover in it or that it left a breathtaking impression. But "At first light" will stay longer with me than the silly stuff from "The darkest mind". For the diehard SF enthusiasts, this film is highly recommended.