076: Knowing 2009 (dir. Alex Proyas) Rated 12 | MFR – Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP)

A science fiction thriller film directed by Alex Proyas and starring Nicolas Cage. The Koestler family seem to be being stalked by four individuals who repeatedly approach their son Caleb in and around the family home. John Koestler’s life is…

076: Knowing 2009 (dir. Alex Proyas) Rated 12 | MFR - Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP)

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A science fiction thriller film directed by Alex Proyas and starring Nicolas Cage.

The Koestler family seem to be being stalked by four individuals who repeatedly approach their son Caleb in and around the family home. John Koestler’s life is closely linked to fire. His wife died in one and his day job revolves around the sun and discovering why they are experiencing an extended Indian summer.

Fifty years after it was buried in a time capsule, a schoolgirl’s cryptic document falls into the hands of Caleb Koestler, the son of professor John Koestler (Nicolas Cage). John figures out that the encoded message accurately lists every major disaster from the past five decades, and predicts three future calamities — one a global cataclysm. When his warnings fall on deaf ears, John enlists the help of the prophetic author’s daughter and granddaughter to try to avert the ultimate disaster.

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SDRSP is designed to help you discover the best movies to rent whatever your genre preference. Therefore, if it is listed in this feed it is way above average. Those titles considered to be exceptional are highlighted as masterpieces. The overall focus of Montage Film Reviews is literature, animation, world cinema, TV and vintage. Vintage is defined as anything prior to 1980 and world cinema is defined as non-English language.

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