The heartof the story is in George's character and his relationship with Lace who,apart from her obligatory demands for an explanation, is a good andunderstanding woman. We see the star-filled sky, and then the letters ofthe title settle into place with a subtle whoosh. Todo el mundo está intrigado por lo que ha ocurrido, sobre todo el gobierno, que espera utilizar sus conocimientos en otros campos. In the same year the film was nominated for a. He starts taking out six books a day from the local library andfiguring out things that had previously been beyond him. Wellin as Tito as Banes as Jimmy as Ted Rhome as Roger as Bonnie as Pete as Marge as Cal as Dr. A brilliant new George, winning atchess, predicting earthquakes, picking up strange vibes, is disturbing.
Brunder Robert Duvall that he has a massive brain tumor. Phenomenon 1996 This is an online movie guide. George tries to use his new intelligence. When he awakens, George has incredible intellectual powers. When Doc is called to aid a sick Portuguese man, George learns the language in minutes and helps translate. In the film, an amiable, small-town is inexplicably transformed into a with powers. However, please contact us if you believe that informative content on this service affects in any way your legal rights.
Phenomenon is a 1996 American directed by , written by , and starring , , , , and. Not long after, the film's hero walks out under the stars and isstartled to see some kind of a weird white light, which zaps him from theheavens. Soon, George finds out from Dr. País Estados Unidos Dirección Jon Turteltaub Guion Gerald DiPego Música Thomas Newman Fotografía Phedon Papamichael Reparto John Travolta, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker, Robert Duvall, Bruce Young, Jeffrey DeMunn, Richard Kiley, David Gallagher, Ashley Buccille, Tony Genaro, Sean O'Bryan, Troy Evans, Brent Spiner Productora Touchstone Pictures Género Romance. Wellin later determines there is only a 1 in 500 chance of survival, but wants to proceed with an invasive operation solely to do research on George's living brain.
He then uses his telekinesis to rescue the man's young relative. Wellin, a leading brain surgeon, to see if an operation can save George's life. Lace gives him George's research materials, so he can finish George's breakthrough work. . Using his newfound powers, George becomes a hero, but he can't totally win over the spooked townsfolk or the standoffish Lace Kyra Sedgwick , a single mom burned by love once too often.
On his 37th birthday, George celebrates at a pub with friends Nate Forest Whitaker and Doc Robert Duvall , the local physician. Advertisement After the visitation from the sky, he begins to get smarter. Nierdof by easily answering a series of difficult quizzes and exams. A whopping wrong turn throws this lightweight, benign-looking movie terminally off course. Like manysmall towns or movies set in small towns , this one has a bar where the localsprovide a chorus for all of the action, and after George begins spinningpaperclips in mid-air and breaking mirrors, they have the material for many a longbeery discussion. It might have pushedthe edges of its story a little harder, and found out things that would be morechallenging, or threatening, to George and the world he lives in. The hero is George Malley ,a genial garage mechanic, of average intelligence, well liked in his smallCalifornia town.
A ball of shining bright white lights moves around in the sky, grows closer and hits him in the head, making a loud sound and knocking him down. The original music score was composed by. George is knocked to the ground, where he again sees the balls of light, before losing consciousness. He breaks more codes, then astounds Dr. This has caused the lights and stimulated George's phenomenal brain functions.
Visiting Nate, George decodes and responds to a signal on Nate's shortwave radio, though Nate asks him to forget about it out of fear that they might be picking up information from a nearby air force base. He spends time with Nate, then goes to Lace's to spend time with her and her children. Similarities between George's powers and the alleged benefits of Travolta's religion, Scientology, led to charges that the film was veiled pro-Scientology propaganda. Lace visits him to provide a shave and a haircut. With Lace and Nate there for support, Doc explains that George has a deadly.
He becomes a genius, even showing an ability to move objects with his mind. He easily absorbs vast amounts of information, formulates new, revolutionary ideas, as well as developing. George and Lace share a romantic and intimate time, but he informs her that he is about to die and she cries as she holds him. He's able to learn a foreignlanguage by riffling through a textbook. They wantGeorge to continue to be George, no more, no less, so that he continues to fillthe same predictable place in their lives. It's about change, acceptance and love, and it rounds thosethree bases very nicely, even if it never quite gets to home.