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Weird Science 4K 1985 Extended Ultra HD 2160p

Weird Science 4K 1985 Extended Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA
Time: 94 min
IMDB: 6.6
Director: John Hughes
Actors: Anthony Michael Hall, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Kelly LeBrock, Bill Paxton, Suzanne Snyder, Judie Aronson, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Rusler, Vernon Wells, Britt Leach, Barbara Lang, Michael Berryman, Ivor Barry, Ann Coyle, Suzy J. Kellems, John Kapelos, Fred D. Scott, Vince Townsend Jr,.

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Weird Science 4K 1985 Extended Ultra HD 2160p
A variation on the Frankenstein legend in this evocative comedy. A naive prodigy and his friend create the "perfect woman". Their creation, a beautiful woman helps them through the trials of their youth.

Review 4K Movie

Probably no director in the history of cinema has not addressed so many teenage and family themes in his works as John Hughes did. His famous trilogy, which includes such wonderful comedies as: 'The Breakfast Club', 'Sixteen Candles' and finally the culprit of this review, 'Oh Science'. Separately, each of these three films are completely different stories that touch on almost all aspects of teenage problems, as well as, thanks to the author's deep understanding, allow you to immerse yourself in the world of adolescent experiences and conflicts. In general, this trilogy is like a simplified movie encyclopedia telling about the youth of the 80s, the content of which is largely relevant to this day. Yes, if you want, you can make a lot of claims to this cycle, accusing it, for example, of banality and conceptual superficiality. But when you watch Hughes' films once again, you realize that they are incredibly honest and truthful. After all, this is a movie about them! About guys with sudden pimples on their faces, with delusions in their heads, with endless erotic fantasies in their thoughts, with hidden resentments in their souls, as well as with gradually forming complexes that are just beginning to spoil their young lives. And Hughes in my opinion absolutely accurately conveys these adolescent worlds, revealing them to us almost without bill. In 'Oh This Science' we will talk about teenage desires, fantasies and, of course, endless internal conflicts. But the beauty of this movie is that it is the most, in the truest sense of the word, fantastic of the whole trilogy, for it will come true incredibly crazy dreams of two young heroes who once created the perfect woman!

Harry and Waitt are ordinary teenagers, bullied by high school students, who arrive at a transitional age with all the ensuing problems starting from the raging hormones, and ending with inner complexes. Once, when the parents left home for a weekend, the guys from nothing to do ran a special program in their computer, which created an ideal woman with Einstein's brain, gorgeous external data and with various talents that make her absolutely versatile and all-knowing. Lisa - so called her young prodigies, who decided to have a full party with a gorgeous beauty. But they did not even suspect that the girl is able not only to help them in very difficult problems, but also to teach the most important thing! No, it's not what you think. After all, it's about confidence, self-esteem and attitude towards life at this stage for the guys. All right, well, a little bit about that, too...

In fact, in this small world of his own, Hughes managed to discuss quite a lot of topics. And first of all, this is the director's favorite theme that pops up in every part of the trilogy, which reveals the problems of parents and children. To be honest, I got the impression that the author must have had a very difficult childhood - otherwise how can one explain the endless understanding he shows to teenagers and the constant fi that he throws in the direction of their prim relatives? And, by the way, he argues on this topic peerlessly: scrupulously notes these or those moments concerning the relationship of adults to children, presents it all as if specially simplified, in order that the young perception of events lay the most symbolic and convincing way, as well as subtly introduces humor into the picture, creating a real comedy of situations on the screen. Once in a while he simply mocks his parents, making them look like buffoons and fools. Yes, maybe Hughes sometimes exaggerates a bit, but this farcical approach helps to see the problem more deeply. A wonderful example is Harry's parents, who stupidly ignore their son and don't try to treat him as a person. The almighty Lisa solves this problem perfectly: she tells her cold parents about Harry's upcoming party, initially knowing their reaction, and after a short moralizing, she deprives the boy's father of the memory of his son for a while. And then, the deeply hurt mother of our hero finally wakes up and begins to really think about the child, for the hundredth time showing his picture to his father, in the hope that he still recognizes his own child - 'Well look, it's our Harry!'. Yes, a somewhat peculiar approach to moralizing, but very subtle and incredibly ironic. And there are plenty of similar moments in the picture - Hughes is merciless not only to parents, but also to endless relatives in the form of grandfathers, grandmothers, and arrogant older brothers.

In 'Weird Science' there are unparalleled cinematic references to such cult films as 'Bride of Frankenstein', which was a muse not only for the characters, but also for Hughes himself, as well as to 'Mad Max', the characters of which suddenly show up at a party for the guys and make a mess. There are also hints of 'Mary Poppins' here, because the heroine Lisa is just like her - she suddenly appears in the lives of the guys changing everything around, and after she fulfills her purpose, says goodbye to the boys dropping tears, who got used to her and disappears away. As for the fantastic basis of the movie, it is taken here only in order to more deeply reveal the theme of teenage dreams of the heroes - silly, naive, sexy and infinitely young. Hughes sort of fulfills their inner desires, but also gives them a valuable lesson, after which they begin to look at some things in a completely different way. Initially created by the guys - Lisa, as an object of sexual lust so subtly approaches to communication and to the education of boys that they eventually begin to see in her not only divine beauty, but also a rich inner world. And the more they socialize with the girl, the more they find in her a kindred spirit who helped them overcome their raging hormones and feel more than just sexual attraction for their two high school girlfriends. 'I think I'm in love!...' - will say each of them, having felt this strange but infinitely pleasant feeling for the first time.

P.S. In each picture of the famous teen trilogy by John Hughes you can certainly find a lot of interesting things for yourself. Someone will be flattered by the romance of 'Sixteen Candles', someone will be deeply touched by the endless touching of 'The Breakfast Club', and someone will get a lot of pleasure from a really funny and literally fantastic 'Oh This Science', to which this review is dedicated. Insanely funny, slightly naive, in some places quite scrupulous, painfully ironic and endlessly positive movie, which is another pleasant part of the favorite cycle.


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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (88.9 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: FLAC 2.0

English SDH.


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