Skylines

When a virus threatens to turn the now earth-dwelling friendly alien hybrids against humans, Captain Rose Corley must lead a team of elite mercenaries on a mission to the alien world in order to save what’s left of humanity.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Rose Corley: Lindsey Morgan
  • General Radford: Alexander Siddig
  • Dr. Mal: Rhona Mitra
  • Owens: Daniel Bernhardt
  • Grant: James Cosmo
  • Huana: Yayan Ruhian
  • Leon: Jonathan Howard
  • Alexi: Ieva Andrejevaitė
  • Elaine: Samantha Jean
  • Izzy: Giedrė Mockeliūnaitė
  • Trent: Jeremy Fitzgerald
  • Zhi: Yoon Cha-Lee
  • Kate: Naomi J. Ogawa
  • Violet: Rokas Spanlinskas

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Colin Strause
  • Producer: Greg Strause
  • Digital Intermediate: James Clarke
  • Story: Matthew E. Chausse
  • Characters: Joshua Cordes
  • Writer: Liam O’Donnell
  • Compositor: Andy Davis
  • Casting: Colin Jones
  • Casting: Donatas Šimukauskas
  • First Assistant Camera: Robertas Pileckas
  • Casting: John McAlary
  • Director of Photography: Alain Duplantier
  • Steadicam Operator: Tomas Riuka
  • CG Supervisor: Benni Diez
  • Set Decoration: Asta Urbonaitė
  • Construction Manager: Renuaras Krivelis
  • Transportation Coordinator: Michail Purenok
  • ADR Editor: Ben Tat
  • Colorist: Scott Goulding
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Thomas Loeder
  • Post Production Coordinator: Ami Verge
  • Production Manager: Urtė Vaicekauskaitė
  • Visual Effects Editor: Katie Goodwin
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Sven Taits
  • Music: Ram Khatabakhsh
  • Sound Effects Editor: Steven Parker
  • Compositor: Chris Payne
  • Sound Effects Editor: Phil Lee
  • Compositor: Chris Wells
  • Post Production Supervisor: Katie Bullock-Webster
  • Sound Effects Editor: Rodney Berling
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Artiom Grigorian
  • Script Supervisor: Jelena Grišina
  • Makeup Designer: Inga Raslanaitė
  • Second Unit First Assistant Director: Julija Mickėnaitė
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Linas Dikčius
  • Makeup & Hair: Žaneta Jasiūnienė
  • Stunt Coordinator: Yoon Cha-Lee
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Chris Qi Yao
  • Digital Intermediate: Lizzie Newsham
  • Second Unit Director: Can Aydin
  • EPK Editor: Chad Van Horn
  • Costume Design: Lena Mossum
  • Additional Editor: Robert Sealey
  • Sculptor: Joey Orosco
  • Property Master: Henrikas Piktuižis
  • Sculptor: Ernesto Cornejo
  • Matte Painter: Rocco Gioffre
  • Still Photographer: Lucía Faraig
  • Script Consultant: Jeff Hammer
  • Foley Mixer: Chris Alford
  • Compositor: Naomi Butler
  • Makeup Artist: Jolanta Regelskienė
  • Special Effects Technician: Oleg Godickij
  • Extras Casting: Edgaras Černiauskas
  • Electrician: Marius Navarič
  • Second Assistant Camera: Lukas Šalna
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Martynas Šiaučiūnas
  • First Assistant Camera: Tomas Vilys
  • Seamstress: Gražina Bučkienė
  • Costumer: Jurga Kleizaitė
  • Costumer: Rūta Tamulevičienė
  • Costume Supervisor: Rasa Taujanskienė
  • Makeup & Hair: Rūta Miglinaitė
  • Prosthetics: Cristina Malillos
  • Best Boy Grip: Henrikas Gudlevičius
  • Key Grip: Vytautas Gudlevičius
  • Visual Effects Designer: Matthew Charles Santoro
  • Production Supervisor: Ashley Franklin
  • Matte Painter: Derek Winslow
  • Painter: Rich Mayberry
  • Compositor: Jo De Mey
  • Editor: Barrett Heathcote
  • Visual Effects Editor: Manuel Mendes
  • Concept Artist: Pascal Degrune
  • Assistant Set Decoration: Dagnė Gumbrevičiūtė
  • Production Manager: Eduard Vallès
  • Boom Operator: Kazimieras Cejauskas
  • Compositor: Nikolay Kolev
  • VFX Supervisor: Adam Buckner
  • Set Dresser: Martynas Baltrusaitis
  • Grip: Marius Zilenas
  • Drone Pilot: Simonas Jakubauskas
  • Compositor: Alice Locuratolo
  • Compositor: Juan Alonso
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Brian Gilligan
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Payam Hosseinian
  • Production Design: Cédric Van Eesbeek
  • Art Department Coordinator: Lina Sakalauskaite
  • Digital Compositor: Narimani Ammar
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Annie Ng
  • Digital Compositor: Jerome Tai
  • Digital Compositor: Syamil Aiman Mazlan
  • Visual Effects Editor: Cezar Tatarau
  • Animation: Andres Patarroyo
  • First Assistant Director: Eliot Mathews
  • Art Direction: Perrine Lejeune
  • ADR Mixer: Shacora Mitchell
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tushar Manek
  • Boom Operator: Ignas Valotka
  • Set Designer: Chris Fagan
  • Prop Maker: Gintaras Antanas Linkevicius
  • Digital Intermediate Assistant: Maria Brandt
  • Animation: Guliz Demiray
  • Compositing Supervisor: Jim Steel
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Ben North
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist: Cristina Martín de la Fuente
  • Second Assistant Director: Tomas Smulkis
  • Assistant Art Director: Grigorijus Zundelovičius
  • First Assistant Camera: Eduard Roigé
  • Gaffer: Florent Bagard
  • Grip: Gytis Gudlevičius
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Martin Frederic
  • Electrician: Andrius Malūkas
  • Steadicam Operator: Tenesor Quintana
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Deborah del Pino
  • Assistant Property Master: Lynn Hofmann
  • Concept Artist: David Hermans
  • Concept Artist: Jordi Versteege
  • Construction Manager: Vytautas Gečas
  • Construction Manager: Artūras Labukas
  • Construction Manager: Martynas Pirštelis
  • Props: Fito Dellibarda
  • Digital Compositor: Ahmed Khaled
  • Digital Compositor: Desmond Chew
  • VFX Artist: Daniel Stenhouse
  • VFX Artist: Karapetyan Vardan
  • VFX Lighting Artist: Sajad Yousefi
  • Visual Effects Compositor: Jun Yit Lai
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Rory Heffernan
  • Digital Intermediate Assistant: Shahid Malik
  • Music Editor: Connor Hughes
  • Production Coordinator: Ruta Ziogele
  • Third Assistant Director: Daniele Zavadskyte
  • VFX Supervisor: David Fowler
  • Travel Coordinator: Monika Balčiauskaitė
  • Graphic Designer: Julius Gerdvila
  • Set Dresser: Laimonas Kazlauskas
  • Set Dresser: Mindaugas Kimbaras
  • Set Dresser: Rytis Daraskevičius
  • Set Dresser: Laurynas Šavelis
  • Costumer: Paulina Insodaitė
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Odeta Riškutė
  • Still Photographer: Robertas Daškevičius
  • Still Photographer: Audrius Solominus
  • Makeup Artist: Diana Šiaučiulytė-Chmieliauskė
  • Sculptor: Saiko Yamazaki
  • Sculptor: Ian Stevens
  • Grip: Paulius Brukštaitis
  • Gaffer: Marcel Bulterys
  • Electrician: Dmitrij Snelščikov
  • Electrician: Petras Avižonis
  • Special Effects Technician: Linus Kuzminskas
  • Special Effects Technician: Viktor Kezun
  • Special Effects Technician: Artūras Kizelis
  • Production Accountant: Liukrecija Kybartienė
  • Construction Manager: Artūras Jefremovas
  • Best Boy Electric: Michail Podgarjecki
  • Production Manager: Jordi Abarca
  • Production Coordinator: Aina Segui
  • Production Accountant: Yolanda Placeres
  • Costume Assistant: Irene Vizcaino
  • Costume Assistant: María Dolores García
  • Painter: Ana Domínguez
  • Sculptor: Juan Carlos Gómez
  • Sculptor: Sara Alvarez Fernandez
  • ADR Recordist: Mark Langlay-Smith
  • VFX Supervisor: Kaze Andy Yau
  • Visual Effects Producer: Peng Na
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Tay Yi Ling
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Dale Davies
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Li Yuan Yuan
  • Animation Supervisor: Dimitar Bakalov
  • Sequence Supervisor: Danny Yin
  • Sequence Supervisor: Lee Chan Hoh
  • Sequence Supervisor: Trishit Pradhan
  • Animation: Sandra Guarda
  • Compositor: Paolo D’Arco
  • Compositor: John Moffett

Movie Reviews:

  • Kamurai: Not a good watch, won’t watch again, and can’t recommend.

    I was so excited to see Lindsey Morgan (Raven, “The 100”) in a thing, and a cool looking alien dystopian thing at that.

    They almost immediate thrashed my dreams.

    Apparently there is an entirely “better” movie that we skipped to get to this one, and even that one was pretty odd. Ripping brains out of human heads to use as bio PCs for alien androids is just odd. It’s not good, but it’s not really that bad, just weird.

    The movie we do get is more of a alien fantasy story as opposed to the typical science fiction story with psychic/super powers, unnecessary and awkward aliens that only add subtitles.

    It sort of becomes “The Matrix” after a bit, but just a lot stranger feeling.

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: Maybe you have to be a bit more of a science fiction fan than most to like this movie but, personally, I do not really understand why its ratings seems to be so poor? Sure it is not great but I rather enjoyed it.

    The movie takes place a few years after the second movie, Beyond Skyline, in the franchise. A bit sad that they chose to have a rather apocalyptic setting where humanity really didn’t seem to have benefited from their new “allies” nor from the technology they actually acquired in the previous movie.

    Unfortunately the writers also decided to go with a really standard Hollywood villain in the psychopathic, out of control, kill everything General Radford. Hollywood’s choices of bad guys are unfortunately rather limited in these agenda driven days.

    If we overlook the poor bad guy and the poor plot that resulted from that choice (not sure which came first, the silly plot or the poor bad guy though) then what remains is really a very decent action movie with a fair amount of cool special effects.

    There’s a fair amount of action. Both martial arts ones and the more trigger happy variety. The space scenes are also not bad at all and the monsters, well of course the old “baddies” are back and they added a few more varieties.

    On the whole, I quite enjoyed the movie. Sure, it doesn’t really put too much load on the viewers’ brains but still, it is a quite decent movie. The one thing that annoyed me though, apart from the dumbass General, was Rose’s powers always shorting out at critical moments, even after she had supposedly overcome the interference of the “queen”.

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