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The Titan (2018)

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On a bleak future Earth, a soldier endures a radical genetic transformation to save humanity. But his wife fears he's becoming more creature than man.

Director: Lennart Ruff
Writer: Max Hurwitz

Release Date: 2018-03-30
Status: Released
Run time: 97 min / 1:37
Production Companies : 42, The Amel Company, Motion Picture Capital, Nostromo Pictures
Production Countries: Spain, United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2018-03-30
Status: Released
Run time: 97 min / 1:37

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Sam Worthington
as Lt. Rick Janssen
Taylor Schilling
as Dr. Abi Janssen
Tom Wilkinson
as Prof. Martin Collingwood
Agyness Deyn
as Dr. Freya Upton
Nathalie Emmanuel
as W.O. Tally Rutherford
Corey Johnson
as Petersen
Aleksandar Jovanović
as Sergeant Johan Werner
Steven Cree
as Major Timothy Pike
Diego Boneta
as Dr. Luis Hernandez
Noah Jupe
as Lucas Janssen
Naomi Battrick
as Rayenne Gorski
Aaron Heffernan
as Zane Gorski
Alex Lanipekun
as Andrew Rutherford
Nathalie Poza
as Cpt. Vita Ramos
Francesc Garrido
as Colonel Solano
Kyle Soller
as Dr. Elliot Blake
Ben Aldridge
as Lawrence
Gustavo Salmerón
as Felipe Ramos
Noemi Parpaiola
as Agnes Ramos


Directing Lennart Ruff Director
Writing Arash Amel Writer
Writing Max Hurwitz Screenplay
Production Arash Amel Producer
Production Fred Berger Producer
Production Leon Clarance Producer
Production Brian Kavanaugh-Jones Producer
Production Ben Pugh Producer
Camera Jan-Marcello Kahl Director of Photography
Editing Ann-Carolin Biesenbach Editor
Production Diego Betancor Casting
Production Julie Harkin Casting
Art Julian R. Wagner Production Design
Art Gemma Fauria Art Direction
Art Joan Sabaté Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Ignasi Ruiz Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up María Manuela Cruz Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Ana López Puigcerver Makeup Designer
Costume & Make-Up Rita Anjos Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jocelyn Bennett-Snewin Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Francesca Bernardelle Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Luigi D'Andrea Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Niki De Jong Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Stephen Painter Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Sangeet Prabhaker Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Darren Robinson Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Megan Thomas Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jim Udenberg Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Cliff Wallace Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Art Cristina Foradada Assistant Art Director
Art Octavio Tapia Property Master
Art Anna Eppstein Set Designer
Camera Jan-Marcello Kahl Camera Operator
Camera Ramón Sánchez Steadicam Operator
Lighting Sven Vohser Electrician
Lighting Jorge Sacristan Gaffer
Camera Jonathan Maurice Lee Key Grip
Camera Kyle Bono Kaplan Still Photographer
Camera Ben Rothstein Still Photographer
Camera José Manuel Herrero Underwater Camera
Costume & Make-Up Loulou Bontemps Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Sara Cabrera Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Rebecca Jempson Assistant Costume Designer
Visual Effects Han-ter Park Lead Animator
Visual Effects Pau Costa Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Thora Woodward VFX Editor
Visual Effects Adrián Sánchez VFX Editor
Visual Effects Jennifer Thompson Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Kev Cahill Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Sebastian Barker Visual Effects Supervisor
Editing Víctor Ordoñez Assistant Editor
Editing Thora Woodward Assistant Editor
Production Ellen Parkes Location Manager
Sound Steven Gizicki Music Supervisor
Directing Anna Vilà Script Supervisor
Crew Jude Poyer Stunt Coordinator
Sound Gavin Rose ADR Supervisor
Sound Biel Cabré Boom Operator
Sound Sabrina Naumann Dialogue Editor
Sound Carsten Richter Foley
Sound Grace Averbuch Foley Editor
Sound Dillon Bennett Sound Designer
Sound Lars Ginzel Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Hector Martín Boom Operator
Sound Dillon Bennett Supervising Sound Editor
Production Jordi Berenguer Production Manager
Directing Neil Wallace First Assistant Director
Production Jo Monk Co-Producer
Sound Fil Eisler Original Music Composer
Production Toni Novella Line Producer
Production Olive Uniacke Associate Producer
Production Max Hurwitz Associate Producer
Production Rory Aitken Executive Producer
Production Nicolas Chartier Executive Producer
Production Jonathan Deckter Executive Producer
Production Adrián Guerra Executive Producer
Production Joshua Horsfield Executive Producer
Production Michael Reuter Executive Producer
Production Laure Vaysse Executive Producer
Sound Robert Edwards ADR Mixer

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  • This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This movie SUCKS and is WEIRD. The idea is earth is dying so they want to force evolution so they can live on Titan and breath the air and survive the temperatures.

  • Sending Titan Rick and Titan Tally home just caused unneeded action scenes....If the producers really wanted an action scene, they could have had it while the titans were supervised at the base. I was under the impression that Rick and Tally would be shipped off to Titan to further the species of human kind.

  • The Titan never springs to life, though it'd have you believe it's all about saving lives. Everyone's life in fact, as our world in 2060 has become a death trap of starvation and strife.

  • The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.

  • Imagining The Titan with a lead other than Worthington conjures up only a marginally more compelling film. After all, Janssen is silent for the second half of the movie, so it’s hard to see a Chris Evans or a Michael Fassbender or a Henry Cavill salvaging a film that so spectacularly squanders its premise.

  • The Titan gets that impulse, even if the end result of our desired fish-man-ification is alienation from our loved ones, an inability to communicate, and a tendency towards violence.

  • Sci-fi thriller has peril and bloody violence. Read Common Sense Media's The Titan review, age rating, and parents guide.