Cloverfield (englisch für Kleefeld) ist ein von J. J. Abrams produzierter Spielfilm, der in Deutschland am Januar in die Kinos kam. Regie führte Matt. Cloverfield ein Film von Matt Reeves mit Michael Stahl-David, Lizzy Caplan. Inhaltsangabe: Rob (Michael Stahl-David) wird wegen eines lukrativen Jobs aus. Alles zum Film «Cloverfield ()»: Reviews, Trailer, Bilder, Kinoprogramm und vieles mehr.
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June 6, Rating: 3. November 11, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Apr 13, Cloverfield is one of the best found footage films ever made in my opinion.
This film has very good thrills and suspense, believable characters, and this feeling like "how the hell did they do that?
Basically Cloverfield is a monster movie filmed in found footage format. It is handled extremely well and it rises above its typical traits.
Though admittedly at times it does have those cliches, but they were minor and didn't really take me out of the film all that much. And some of the character logic was kind of questionable.
But honestly these flaws were pretty minor and didn't majorly affect the film. Overall Cloverfield is one of the best found footage films I've ever seen.
I don't know if its my favourite one, I'll have to think about it but it's definitely one of the better ones. What I loved was the thrills and suspense, the concept, and the spectacle of it all.
Check out Cloverfield if you haven't! Diyar G Super Reviewer. Feb 18, Even though it supposedly doesn't have a ton of links to the original, I thought it may be a good idea to take back at Cloverfield in preparation for the forthcoming 10 Cloverfield Lane.
Cloverfield is about a group of friends attending a going away party in New York City when suddenly a gigantic creature attacks the city.
The group is thrust into the unbelievable task of making their way through the streets of New York in hopes of saving one of their friends.
In an era where the term found footage films started to become a gimmick that people scoffed at, Cloverfield manages to make use of its filming technique to perfection.
More impressive though, is the filmmakers ability to get us to care about each and every one of the main characters so that when an emotional scene arrives, we feel for them.
Matt Reeves and JJ Abrams did a wonderful job of bringing this film to life as the director and producer respectively.
Not only is the film incredibly original in its story telling, but the special effects and realistic take on a monster invasion felt so refreshing to watch.
Not everybody makes it out alive and when people die, you don't see it coming. That to me, is a film that nails exactly what its going for.
The cast wasn't and to a certain extent still isn't all that well-known. TJ Miller and Lizzy Caplan being the exceptions as they have broken out into fame.
Even with that said, I thought the performances all around were exceptional. Miller was perfect for the character who filmed everything as he brought just the right amount of humor and terror to every scene.
I also believed and cared for the love story they were trying to sell me on with Rob trying to reach Beth for a good portion of the film.
Perhaps rightfully so, we don't really ever get a chance to see from a normal person's view of the events. The emotion and humor are definitely present, and the action is also handled extremely well as there are a fair share of necessary jump scares.
Cloverfield is easily my favorite found footage film along with one of the best invasion sci-fi films of the last decade or so.
Thomas D Super Reviewer. Feb 07, A very well made found footage film, Cloverfield is suspenseful, feels realistic and well written.
That's all I'm gonna say! Check it out! Mr N Super Reviewer. Told from the point of view of their video camera, the film is a document of their attempt to survive the most surreal, horrifying event of their lives.
Following Cloverfield 's release, director Matt Reeves was asked about the possibility of a sequel, and stated that he was open to producing one.
In subsequent interviews, Reeves and J. Abrams both entertained the idea of a sequel to Cloverfield , stating that they had set up an entire backstory for the film that they would like to explore in a sequel.
Despite their enthusiasm, no concrete information surfaced about a Cloverfield sequel for several years.
On January 15, , a surprise trailer for a film entitled 10 Cloverfield Lane played before screenings of 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi , also produced by Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot.
Directed by Dan Trachtenberg and starring John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and John Gallagher Jr. The film was released theatrically on March 11, Though not a direct sequel to Cloverfield , 10 Cloverfield Lane is described as a "spiritual successor" to the film and serves as the second entry in an anthology begun with Cloverfield.
The third entry in the franchise, The Cloverfield Paradox , was released directly to Netflix in , and connects to the first film's events, with Clover or another member of its species making an appearance onscreen.
Abrams announced a fourth film at CinemaCon on April 25, , describing it as "a true, dedicated Cloverfield sequel. This is a list of references for Cloverfield.
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Hudson 'Hud' Platt Michael Stahl-David Rob Hawkins Mike Vogel Jason Hawkins Odette Annable Beth McIntyre as Odette Yustman Anjul Nigam Bodega Cashier Margot Farley Jenn Theo Rossi Antonio Brian Klugman In February , the project was secretly greenlit by Paramount Pictures and produced by Abrams' Bad Robot Productions.
Principal photography took place in Los Angeles that same year. During production, the project went under several working titles, including Slusho , Cheese and Greyshot.
As part of a viral marketing campaign, a teaser trailer was released ahead of screenings of Transformers without a title attached.
The film's official title was revealed in a second teaser trailer attached to screenings of Beowulf. With limited details revealed about the film prior to release, it garnered online speculation, including forums and websites dedicated to uncovering any hidden information about the film.
Several tie-ins, including a prequel manga series, were released as part of the film's marketing campaign. Cloverfield was released on January 18, , and received positive reviews from film critics.
The film served as the first installment of the Cloverfield franchise , followed by 10 Cloverfield Lane in and The Cloverfield Paradox in The film is presented as footage from a personal camcorder recovered by the United States Department of Defense in the area "formerly known as Central Park ," bearing a disclaimer stating multiple sightings of a case designated Cloverfield.
Fragments of this overwritten footage appear during the course of the film. Rob has a farewell party thrown for him by his brother Jason and Jason's girlfriend Lily, celebrating Rob's new job in Japan.
Their friend Hud films testimonials for Rob during the party. Beth and Rob argue over her guest, and Beth leaves shortly before a supposed earthquake occurs, causing a brief citywide power outage ; the local news reports a capsized oil tanker near Liberty Island.
When the party-goers leave the building, the severed head of the Statue of Liberty is hurled into the street in front of them.
Hud records an enormous creature several blocks away collapsing the Woolworth Building. Later, during the city's evacuation, the creature's tail destroys the Brooklyn Bridge , killing Jason and several other people.
News reports show the Army National Guard 's 42nd Infantry Division attacking the monster. Smaller parasite creatures fall off its body and attack nearby pedestrians and soldiers.
Rob listens to a phone message from Beth, in which she indicates she is trapped in her apartment at the Time Warner Center and unable to move.
Going against the crowd, Rob, Hud, Lily, and another party-goer, Marlena, venture into Midtown Manhattan to rescue Beth.
By a. During the scuffle, Marlena is bitten by one of the creatures. The four people escape the subway and come to a command center and field hospital.
As a reaction to being bitten, Marlena is bleeding from her eyes. She is taken into a tent, where she appears to explode. Rob, intending to save Beth, persuades one of the military leaders to let him go.
The man then tells Rob when the last evacuation helicopter will depart before the military executes its "Hammer Down Protocol," which will destroy Manhattan in an attempt to kill the monster.
The group rescues Beth, impaled on exposed rebar , and the four make their way to the evacuation site at Grand Central Terminal , where they encounter the creature again.
Lily is rushed into a departing Marine Corps helicopter and escapes. Moments later, Rob, Beth, and Hud are taken away in a second helicopter and witness the creature being bombed.
The bombing causes the creature to fall, but it lunges at the group's helicopter, resulting in the helicopter crashing in Central Park.
Less than an hour later, a voice on the crashed helicopter's radio warns that the Hammer Down protocol will begin in fifteen minutes. The three friends regain consciousness and flee; Hud retrieves the camera when the creature suddenly appears and kills him.
Rob and Beth grab the camera and take shelter under an arch as sirens blare, and the bombing starts. Rob and Beth each provide their last testimony of the day's events.
The bridge crumbles, and the camera is knocked out of Rob's hand and buried beneath rubble. Rob and Beth proclaim their love for each other just before another bomb explodes, with both screaming while the monster roars.
The film ends with the finale of Rob and Beth's trip to Coney Island. Unseen by them, an indiscernible object falls from the sky into the ocean.
Just before the camera cuts out, Beth states, "I had a good day. After the credits, a voice can be heard saying, "Help us In addition, Ben Feldman briefly appears as Travis, Beth's party date, while actual NY1 TV journalist Roma Torre appears as herself, seen reporting on a television screen watched by the party goers.
The film's director, Matt Reeves , provides the uncredited voice for the two brief phrases one normal, one in reversed audio heard after the credits.
Abrams thought up a new monster after he and his son visited a toy store in Japan while promoting Mission: Impossible III.
He explained, "We saw all these Godzilla toys, and I thought, we need our own American monster, and not like King Kong. I love King Kong. King Kong is adorable.
And Godzilla is a charming monster. We love Godzilla. But I wanted something that was just insane and intense. In February , Paramount Pictures secretly greenlit Cloverfield , to be produced by Abrams, directed by Matt Reeves , and written by Drew Goddard.
The project was produced by Abrams' company, Bad Robot Productions. The severed head of the Statue of Liberty was inspired by the poster of the film Escape from New York , which had shown the head lying in the streets in New York.
Reeves explained, "It's an incredibly provocative image. And that was the source that inspired producer J. Abrams to say, 'Now this would be an interesting idea for a movie'.
The film was initially titled Cloverfield. This changed several times throughout production before it was decided that the original title would be used.
Matt Reeves explained that the title was changed frequently due to the hype caused by the teaser trailer. So we started using all these names like Slusho and Cheese.
It's the way that this case has been designated. That's why that is on the trailer, and it becomes clearer in the film.
It's how they refer to this phenomenon [or] this case", said the director. One final title, Greyshot , was proposed before the movie was officially titled Cloverfield.
The name Greyshot is taken from the archway that the two survivors take shelter under at the end of the movie. Director Reeves said that it was decided not to change the title to Greyshot because the film was already so well known as Cloverfield.
The casting process was carried out in secret, with no script being sent out to candidates. To prevent the leaking of plot information, instead of auditioning the actors with scenes from the film, scripts from Abrams' previous productions were used, such as the television series Alias and Lost.
Some scenes were also written specifically for the audition process, not intended for use in the film. Despite not being told the premise of the film, Lizzy Caplan stated that she accepted a role in Cloverfield solely because she was a fan of the Abrams-produced Lost in which her former Related co-star Kiele Sanchez was a recurring character , and her experience of discovering its true nature initially caused her to state that she would not sign on for a film in the future "without knowing full well what it is".
She indicated that her character was a sarcastic outsider, and that her role was "physically demanding".
Studios backlot in Burbank, California. Some interior shots were taped on a soundstage at Downey, California. Bloomingdale's in the movie was actually shot in an emptied Robinsons-May store that was under reconstruction in Arcadia, California.
The outside scenes of Sephora and the electronics store were taped in Downtown Los Angeles. Miller , who plays Hud, has said in various interviews that he taped a third of the movie and almost half of it made it into the film.
What you're watching is a home movie that then turns into something else. According to him: " Cloverfield very much speaks to the fear and anxieties of our time, how we live our lives.
VFX and CGI were produced by effects studios Double Negative and Tippett Studio. Several of the filmmakers are heard but not seen in the film.
The man yelling "Oh my God! The film's shaky camera style of cinematography, dubbed "La Shakily Queasy-Cam" by Roger Ebert , caused some viewers particularly in darkened movie theaters to experience motion sickness , including nausea and a temporary loss of balance.
Audience members prone to migraines have cited the film as a trigger. Some theaters showing the film, such as AMC Theatres , provided poster and verbal warnings, informing viewers about the filming style of Cloverfield , while other theatres like Pacific Theatres just verbally warned customers in detail at the box office about experiencing motion sickness upon viewing the film and what to do if they had to step out and vomit.
The cinematography affects the encoding of the video and can cause compression artifacts due to fast motion across the field of view.
Visual main effects supervisor Nick Tom and Phil Tippett's "Tippett Studio" were enlisted to develop the visual effects for Cloverfield.
The director stated that "there's nothing scarier than something huge that's spooked. Before the film's release, Paramount carried out a viral marketing campaign to promote the film which included viral tie-ins similar to Lost Experience.
Rather than edit the teaser from footage taken from the finished film, footage was captured during the preparation stages solely for creation of the teaser.
Ernest Holzman, who would later be replaced with Lost cinematographer Michael Bonvillain, utilized the Thomson Viper FilmStream Camera for the shoot.
Paramount Pictures encouraged the teaser to be released without a title attached, and the Motion Picture Association of America approved the move.
The studio had kept knowledge of the project secret from the online community, a cited rarity due to the presence of scoopers that follow upcoming films.
The controlled release of information on the film has been observed as a risky strategy, which could succeed like The Blair Witch Project or disappoint like Snakes on a Plane , the latter of which had generated online hype  but failed to attract large audiences.
The sudden appearance of the untitled teaser for Cloverfield , and limited details available in the lead up to the film's release fueled wide media speculation over the film's plot, with many expecting it to be an adaptation of an existing property.
Among the possibilities reported on, The Star Ledger suggested that the film could be based on the works of H.
Lovecraft , or a new entry in the Godzilla series. The viral marketing campaign drew the attention of alternate reality game enthusiasts, hoping to uncover information about the film hidden online.
Members of the forums at argn. The members have studied photographs on the film's official site, potentially related MySpace profiles,  and the Comic-Con teaser poster for the film.
All of the major characters received a personal Myspace page, all of which are accessible and featuring available photos, though blog posts have been removed.
Unlike most viral marketing campaigns, this one had virtually nothing to do with the film's plot or characters.
Instead it focused mainly on the fictional drink Slusho! Puzzle websites containing Lovecraftian elements, such as Ethan Haas Was Right , were originally reported to be connected to the film.
Abrams stated that, while a number of websites were being developed to market the film, the only official site that had been found was The pictures could also be flipped over by repeatedly and rapidly moving the mouse side to side.
Also, if the page was left open for six minutes, the monster's roar could be heard. Eventually, Cloverfield Movie.
This eventually turns out to be a Paramount number people later received material on Iron Man , Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull , Kung Fu Panda , and The Love Guru.
The drink Slusho! The drink had already appeared in producer Abrams' previous creation, the TV series Alias.
The Japanese phone number in the Tagruato website did work, but only played recorded messages.Rob wird wegen eines lukrativen Jobs aus New York wegziehen, seine Freunde geben ihm zu Ehren eine Überraschungsparty. Bruder Jason soll den ganzen Abend mit der Digitalkamera dokumentieren. Zunächst amüsieren sich alle prächtig. Die Feierlaune. Cloverfield (englisch für Kleefeld) ist ein von J. J. Abrams produzierter Spielfilm, der in Deutschland am Januar in die Kinos kam. Regie führte Matt. Cloverfield. Der etwas andere Monsterfilm: 'Lost'- Erfinder J. J. Abrams lässt ein riesiges Ungeheuer durch New York trampeln und pfeift auf alle Regeln des. Cloverfield ist ein von J.J. Abrams produzierter Found-Footage Film über ein Monster, das New York angreift.