The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

  • Released on 2018-02-04

  • SYNOPSIS:
    Watch full movie online The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) in HD quality. Movie The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) was released in February 4, 2018 in genre Mystery. Movie The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) is movie directed by Julius Onah. and starring by Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Movie The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) tell story about Orbiting above a planet on the brink of war, scientists test a device to solve an energy crisis and end up face-to-face with a dark alternate reality.

Status Released
Runtime 102 minutes
Director Julius Onah.
Production Companies Paramount
Budget $10,000,000.00 USD
Homepage https://www.netflix.com/title/80134431
Language English.
Revenue $0.00 USD
Popularity 14.950006

Rating

  • ( 5.7/10 from 985 votes )

Gugu Mbatha-Raw

as Ava Hamilton

Daniel Brühl

as Schmidt

Chris O'Dowd

as Mundy

David Oyelowo

as Kiel

John Ortiz

as Monk Acosta

Zhang Ziyi

as Tam

Elizabeth Debicki

as Mina Jensen

Aksel Hennie

as Volkov

Roger Davies

as Michael Hamilton

Clover Nee

as Molly

Donal Logue

as Mark Stambler

Simon Pegg

as Radio Voice

Greg Grunberg

as Joe (voice)

Jordan Rivera

as Ayana Age 7

Oren Uziel

as Screenplay

Doug Jung

as Screenplay

Bob Dohrmann

as Executive Producer

Tommy Harper

as Executive Producer

Alan Baumgarten

as Editor

Denise Chamian

as Casting

Doug J. Meerdink

as Production Design

Mike Piccirillo

as Art Direction

Bill Corso

as Makeup Department Head

Elizabeth Cortez

as Hairstylist

Randi Mavestrand

as Makeup Artist

Anne Morgan

as Hair Department Head

Geneva Nash Morgan

as Key Makeup Artist

Betsy Megel

as Executive In Charge Of Production

Lisa Rodgers

as Post Production Supervisor

Mark Anthony Little

as First Assistant Director

Christopher T. Sadler

as Second Assistant Director

Gustaf Aspegren

as Assistant Art Director

Jay K. Bedore

as Carpenter

Jeremy Cisneros

as Set Dresser

James Crain

as Carpenter

Patrick Dunn-Baker

as Set Designer

Andre Freimann

as Set Dresser

Joseph Hiura

as Set Designer

Stephanie Kenny

as Set Decorating Coordinator

Lizzy Jane Klein

as Researcher

Courtney Laine Koller

as Art Department Coordinator

Fabian Lacey

as Conceptual Illustrator

Paul Mugavero

as Set Dresser

Paul Penley

as Set Dresser

Mike Piccirillo

as Art Department Coordinator

Mike Piccirillo

as Assistant Art Director

Rich Romig

as Set Designer

Chris Samp

as Standby Painter

Chris Sanford

as Set Designer

Andrew M. Siegel

as Property Master

Chris Snyder

as Construction Coordinator

Gregg Szabo

as Set Dresser

Michael Thurman

as Set Dresser

Fante Zamora

as Set Dresser

Joseph E. Colmenero

as Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Justin M. Davey

as Sound Effects Editor

Craig Dollinger

as Boom Operator

Steven Morrow

as Sound Mixer

Douglas Shamburger

as Boom Operator

Matt Yocum

as Sound Effects Editor

Blumes Tracy

as Special Effects Supervisor

Tricia Barrett

as Digital Compositors

Don Bitters III

as Visual Effects

Jingjing Fan

as Visual Effects Coordinator

Jason H. Snell

as Visual Effects Supervisor

Li Zi Yang

as Digital Compositors

Ashlen Aquila

as Stunts

Mike Massa

as Stunt Coordinator

Craig Frosty Silva

as Stunts

Josh Bleibtreu

as Second Unit Director of Photography

Greg Etheredge

as Lighting Technician

Scott Garfield

as Still Photographer

Joe Macaluso

as Key Grip

John R. Manocchia

as Rigging Gaffer

Bruce McCleery

as Second Unit Director of Photography

Pete Romano

as Second Unit Director of Photography

Jack Serino

as Grip

Beth Day

as Casting Associate

Susan Lee

as Set Costumer

Tom Macdonald

as Costume Supervisor

Liz Oliver

as Ager/Dyer

Kelly Porter

as Set Costumer

Timothy A. Wonsik

as Assistant Costume Designer

Torrie Goedtel

as Post Production Assistant

Dan Romero

as Transportation Captain

Joseph Badagliacca

as Set Production Assistant

Jacob Brades

as Set Production Assistant

Jean-Paul Chreky

as Script Supervisor

Elena Dizon

as Stand In

Daniela Giraldo

as Set Production Assistant

Terri Greening

as Production Accountant

Elizabeth Himelstein

as Dialect Coach

Laura Pena

as Assistant Production Coordinator

Michyl-Shannon Quilty

as Production Coordinator

David Philip Reed

as Stand In

Alley Sardi

as Set Production Assistant

Nev Smith

as Stand In

Jake Waller

as Script Coordinator

Colleen Atwood

as Costume Design

Daniel Mindel

as Director of Photography

Bear McCreary

as Music


EmkEyen

Putting Roy on a space station might sound like a bad idea, but making this movie was even worse. The Cloverfield Paradox is a rushed copy/paste job with not enough time to glue the events together. A bit of Alien here, a splash of The Philadelphia Experiment there and a handful of other classic sci-fi flicks sprinkled on top. Oh, that bit in Evil Dead was funny, lets have some of that too! Wrap it up with a title that attracts the horror people too and it is time to cash in the mockbuster it is.

Netflix. Don't go down this road. Let it end here.


Law

The Cloverfield Paradox is one of the best pieces of sci-fi horror schlock I've seen ever. It plays like a really good, really cheesy episode of Black Mirror. That makes me happy. The performances are good, the special effects are good (for the most part), and the script and direction are serviceable. You'll enjoy it if your expectations aren't unreasonable.


ConradM

Like Prometheus in 2012, this was a serious disappointment. The characters' decisions are bizarre, motivations are unexplained. The science is bogus. The horror elements are not horrifying. The whole thing lacks style, originality, humour or any kind of spark.

The movie fails to establish any meaningful personality for the crew members, so the only question becomes which one will die next. OK, there's one potentially interesting idea: have each character speak in their own national language (except the Brazilian guy: not sure why he doesn't get to?!) but the movie fails to take it anywhere.

Similar but much better films include: Europa Report, Event Horizon, Solaris (original and remake), Cargo, 2010.