《Update 2：Oblivion のレビュー》
［Oblivion Official Trailer #1 Tom Cruise Sci-Fi Movie HD | YouTube］
［これが Bubble Ship：image］
こんな Bubble Ship が欲しい！
こんな Bubble Ship に乗りたい！
［Oblivion 2013 Extensive Behind the Scenes Inside Look | YouTube］
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映画の元となった Kosinski の未刊のグラフィックノベル。
Oblivion | Radical Studios, Inc.
Oblivion Art From Joseph Kosinski’s Unpublished Graphic Novel | Giant Freakin Robot
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《Update 2》Oblivion のレビュー（５月２９日）
Oblivion – review | guardian.co.uk
Only recently, Tom Cruise looked as if he was attempting to grow twelve inches to play tall tough guy Jack Reacher; now his role-model appears to be Wall-E, the diminutive cartoon automaton left behind on a wrecked planet Earth to clean up. Sadly there’s none of Wall-E’s spark in this bafflingly solemn, lugubrious and fantastically derivative sci-fi which serves up great big undigested lumps of Total Recall, AI, Planet of the Apes – with little snippets of Top Gun.
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Oblivion Movie Review & Film Summary (2013) | Roger Ebert
Like director Joseph Kosinski’s debut, “Tron: Legacy” (2010), “Oblivion” is a special effects extravaganza with a lot of blatant symbolism and very little meaning.
The film’s opening stretch is its one strong point — a gradual, immersive build-up of details. It’s a smart technique for science-fiction storytelling; it eases the viewer into the world of the film. The problem is that the world “Oblivion” introduces — an abandoned, depopulated Earth — is more interesting than the story it tells. Or, more accurately, the stories it tells, because “Oblivion,” derivative to a fault, tries to be several science-fiction movies at once. It tries and it fails.