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M.I.T. professor John Koestler links a mysterious list of numbers from a time capsule containing a cryptic message about the coming apocalypse and sets out to prevent the ultimate catastrophe.
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ÜberCiné
If those space-dudes are so friendly, why drive children insane with a bunch of weird code? Why not just show up on The Tonight Show and tell everybody the exact date and time? Lame! Also: Why fake Massachusetts? Why not just say: 'This is Australia.'
July 25, 2011
At the Movies
Things started to fall off of the deep end very quickly.
March 23, 2009
Time Out Chicago
Suffice it to say that the last third is a mélange of Close Encounters and Christian eschatology, and you'll wish the film had stopped about 15 minutes sooner.
September 23, 2011
American Profile
A shotgun spray of metaphysics, cosmology, the Old Testament, flying saucers, angels, spooky blonde-haired men in black trench coats, mysterious little black rocks, two cute kids and a moose on fire.
September 29, 2011
New York Post
The movie begins shameless, grows stupid and winds up silly. If the ending had less of the air of a crackpot religion and more pretentiousness, you could almost call it Shyamalanish.
March 20, 2009
Salon.com
If Alex Proyas' Knowing were reasonably entertaining -- instead of just dour, pointless and tedious -- it would be a camp classic.
March 23, 2009
Entertainment Weekly
If you want to know how inept the movie is...well, it's so inept that you may wish you were watching an M. Night Shyamalan version of the very same premise.
March 23, 2009