ARRIVAL Breakdown | Ending Explained, Easter Eggs, Hidden Details & Things You Missed

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ARRIVAL Breakdown | Ending Explained, Easter Eggs, Hidden Details & Things You Missed. After picking up the 4k blu ray and revisiting Arrival for this breakdown, I found a lot of incredible details and hidden things in it that seeped into my subconscious on a first watch, and this really elevated the movie far beyond the appreciation that I had for it originally. In this video, we dive into how Scorsese has crafted a masterpiece here, and we're going to be breaking down why the film is so haunting. We'll of course also be talking about the ending and all of the clues that build towards it, so if you still haven't seen it where have you been, lets get into it!

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Alright so Arrival is one those movies that I think will stick with people long after they watch it. Dealing in hard science concepts this altered the landscape of alien movies much in the same way that Close Encounters of the Third Kind did. Whereas in the past we'd had films about Aliens attacking Earth and blowing up the White House, here Arrival does things differently to tell a human story about life, love and loss.

Throughout this video we're gonna be breaking the entire movie, it's ending and also talking about the hidden details and things you missed in it.Before touching on the movie though I feel we have to talk about the short story that it's based on.

Titled Story Of Your Life this work by Ted Chiang deals with inevitability set to the backdrop of theoretical physics. Ted went to see the play Time Flies When You're Alive and this centers around a man having to deal with the notion that his wife is dying of breast cancer. At this point Ted came up with the idea to tell a story about a mother who had a daughter well aware that that daughter was going to die.

Now the short story is roughly 50 pages long and its packed with diagrams of sun beams and how light travels. It's very complicated and indepth discussing how predestination works within ideas of free will.

In the story theres a line that discusses how a ray of light has to know where it will end up at so that it can choose the point in which it fires off from. There's very much this idea in space travel that you choose the destination and then travel towards it and thus all that's in between is already pre-determined and unchangeable. This is something that the film deals with too and in it we follow Linguist Dr. Louise Banks as she put in charge of attempting to communicate with aliens known as hetapods.

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Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
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Jordan Dangerously 16 gün önce
The best on this I've seen. Clear,cut, and dry.
Jordan Dangerously
Jordan Dangerously 16 gün önce
Have you seen Nowhere from the mid 80s. Cause it seems to be something you would breakdown. Or at least find interesting
Force Wars
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Idk if you take requests but please do the Truman show
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Wiggler Custodian 2 aylar önce
Communism doesn't take away peoples individuality, that's hilarious pro capitalist propaganda that has been normalized, its understandable why the commenter would say that lol You should check out Second Thought if you want to understand real communism or socialism
What's in a name
What's in a name 2 aylar önce
This is one of the films that I wish I had seen in theaters when it first came out. I was so surprised how good it was. Arrival was not what I thought it was going to be. Now is one of my favorite film.
Arctic Haze
Arctic Haze Aylar önce
I was lucky enough to watch it in a theater without it having been spoiled to me 😀
Jessica H
Jessica H Aylar önce
Oh it was wonderful in theatre
shimizu_natsuki Aylar önce
I watched it with my best friend in an IMAX theatre when it came out, it was absolutely grand.
Thr33 Hamm3rs
Thr33 Hamm3rs Aylar önce
Watched it at cinema with my 20yo son. Was an awesome experience to share with him & we still talk about it today. Was fantastic looking up at that HUGE spacecraft! Every now & then u get a movie that really changes you over the length of time it took to watch the film. This was definately one of those!
Allan Fifield
Allan Fifield Aylar önce
Arrival was poorly advertised.
Em 2 aylar önce
Arrival is one of those movies I wish I could erase from my memory so that I could experience watching it for the first time again. That bittersweetness when you get to the end of the film and all the pieces suddenly fit together was indescribable.
Henrique 3 gün önce
@Dra Cul yes, thank you! I mean... It's not "bad", but the ending being good doesn't pay off for the almost 2 hours before with pretty much NOTHING happening. Watched yesterday with my wife and I was asleep for 3 different times and she couldn't keep her hands off her phone since so much of the movie was nothing different happening lol
Dra Cul
Dra Cul Aylar önce
It was really slow and mediocre at best
Old Chippy
Old Chippy Aylar önce
Have you tried Donnie Darko? Similar feeling first time. The film finished and I just sat there stunned, credits paused.... trying to put things together. Never had a moving ending quite like it.
stevo43068 2 aylar önce
Christos Kalaitzoglou
Christos Kalaitzoglou 2 aylar önce
Unbelievable! These are exactly my thoughts throughout the years every time I encounter a masterpiece of intellectual genius in arts
elheber 2 aylar önce
The movie makes it very clear that we couldn't figure out why the aliens chose those locations to land, pointing out that the best correlation we found was that they were where a song was a hit in the 80s. I argue that's because we were looking for correlations in the past. For all we know, those locations are important in the future.
Lukas Loh
Lukas Loh 9 gün önce
They choose those locations primarily bec their goal is to unite us humans more than anything else. And of course to understand about time and language. I bet we are not the only planet they visited in. Knowing that their arrival would probably mean their dimish, their primarily goal is to seek a united force to help them about a threat in the future. Bec prob the only way we can all defeat those forces is to be one inspite of our differences.
Hunter Thomas
Hunter Thomas 27 gün önce
They'll be important in the future, because they'll be looked back on as the 12 Sites that the Heptapods made their first appearances
Allan Fifield
Allan Fifield Aylar önce
Excellent point (!) in the spirit of the movie.
Amazing Grace
Amazing Grace 2 aylar önce
We knew we wouldn’t have our daughter forever,not at first but as time went by,she actually came to that realization first because she felt her body wearing out from all her medical woes. So we made sure to say what we wanted to say, do what she wanted to accomplish, not worry about stupid stuff, always said I love you, valued people, not things, etc. Laura also made sure we all knew what she wanted done after death, that is donate organs and then send her body to be studied by a research lab. Even knowing my continuing gut-wrenching pain I wouldn’t have traded a single day with her. 💕🐝💕
Henrique 3 gün önce
@Lisa Spikes oh my god. I'm so sorry. Hope you figured out a way to be as happy as possible at this time
Amazing Grace
Amazing Grace Aylar önce
@Lisa Spikes I agree … although I cry every day, I am starting to have some smiles at the amazing memories. All I ever want to mark my death is “She was a good mom”. 💕🐝💕
shimizu_natsuki Aylar önce
Thank you, you are incredible people, your family.
Lisa Spikes
Lisa Spikes Aylar önce
I can relate. I lost my daughter at 2 1/2 months old, and then my husband died in a car accident 9 months later. Although it was 40 years ago, I still think of them every day. It is painful at times, but I wouldn’t trade my time with them for anything. It may have been shorter than I wanted it to be, but I feel so lucky that I had them in my life. That was, and always will be, my favorite part of my life.
Amazing Grace
Amazing Grace Aylar önce
@afuroSAMURAI Enjoy every day with your sweet one, even the hard ones. Reinforce that you always love her, even when you sometimes don’t like her. Because there will be those days. Remember, people matter not things, so really don’t sweat accidents, like broken things. I have a whole lot more to say, but I’ll stop here. 💕🐝💕
S C Aylar önce
I always thought that Louise looked sad in the beginning because she's already mourning her daughter, she just doesn't know it yet. If time really is circular then she always could see backwards and forwards, she just wasn't consciously aware of it yet.
Crimzon 2 aylar önce
loving these older movie breakdowns hope to see more throughout the year :)
D Jaquith
D Jaquith Aylar önce
"Older" .. as in just barely 6 years ago?? Okie dokie.
kaspi 2 aylar önce
I'm enjoying these too. Have you considered doing Angel Heart with Mickey Rourke?
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
Yeah gonna try make time for one a week if I can
tim rush
tim rush 2 aylar önce
I saw it in the theaters without knowing anything about it and was so glad for it. Its one of my favorite films, and Amy gives an incredible performance. I also read the short story and I do like the majority of the changes they made in the adaption. The one thing I think is handled better in the story (forgive me if I'm remembering it incorrectly) was the development of Hannah's character and the impact that she had on the people around her, which factored into why Louise had her even though she knew she'd die young. The idea that someone can impact so many lives in small ways in a short life is really interesting. Anyway - I really didn't see the time twist coming and it was a gut punch watching it the first time.
Bryce H
Bryce H 2 aylar önce
I love this films approach to friendly aliens. While our first encounter with aliens (if there ever is one) could result in destruction, I don't think that's the only alien story to tell. Aliens could not only be friendly, they could provide science and technology we don't have. If I traveled to an alien planet, that is the kind of thing I'd want to provide for them so it's interesting to see a movie where they kind of behave that way
Albert Wesker
Albert Wesker Aylar önce
I need a daddy alien to protect me 🙏
🥷 Shin Chan
🥷 Shin Chan 2 aylar önce
@LVB🦅 I can just assume their tech is like less than a millennia ahead then add the travel time to get here...But yeah, warp, black hole or wormhole tech is still a distant dream or maybe even impossible so space travel unto the next civilization will be done by generation ships
LVB🦅 2 aylar önce
@🥷 Shin Chan with our technology visiting other extrasolar planets would be about impossible, at least in a human lifetime. ET wouldn't be using our level of technology though.
🥷 Shin Chan
🥷 Shin Chan 2 aylar önce
Space travel basing on current technology is really slow, and also the odds of a visitor encountering someone not hostile, records the event, also when(World Wars, Prehistoric) and there's a lot more reasons to think of why they -wouldn't- hadn't return.
r00kie 2 aylar önce
What I love about this movie is how it forces the viewer to really think about what we just saw. I still remember wondering for weeks after I first saw it, because I didnt yet fully grasp the concept of non-linear time. Now, its so fascinating to me that something like time, that many people see as something that unites us and doesnt differentiate, can be viewed so drastically different. This is the entire purpose of science-fiction media, and I love it!
R0land 1199
R0land 1199 2 aylar önce
Very well done! I think the biggest communication breakdown, on a personal level, was her not telling her future husband that their child was going to die. It just feels like a very selfish decision to not communicate that very important piece of information so they could decide together.
Tarun Prema
Tarun Prema 2 aylar önce
I’m so glad you did a breakdown for this film. I absolutely love this film Denis made a great concept with time, extra terrestrials and the it is shot so beautifully.
tim rush
tim rush 2 aylar önce
credit to Ted Chiang for the concept....
Kain Warwick
Kain Warwick 2 aylar önce
I got 80% of my total portfolio in CRYPTO and it has been great Returns
@Nate80👈ᴛᴇʟᴇɢʀᴀᴍ ᴍᴇ
This must be an investment with Jim Goetz.
Dave Rothery
Dave Rothery 2 aylar önce
You said you didn’t feel like Louise had so much choice in the movie, I think that “yes” scene at the end is her choosing it all. Great breakdown, subbed :)
shadow master335
shadow master335 Aylar önce
yeah, i've always thought that time was deterministic, but we have free will between point a & b
ohiojimmy 2 aylar önce
I didn't realize just how much this movie affected me until now. Just hearing you mention plot points caused me to tear up. Such a wonderful film.
rupert dilig
rupert dilig 26 gün önce
as a new dad myself, Arrival and About Time are the 2 awesome movies that i dont think i will be able to get through again 😭 the parent-child interactions just before death is just so heartbreaking for me, but thats one of the things that makes these films sooooo amazing!
Esmeralda Negaard
Esmeralda Negaard 18 gün önce
About Time is such a great movie. We lost our four year old son in 2010 due to a drunk driver. That movie was so spot on with ALL the emotions.
Rod 2 aylar önce
Arrival is an underrated masterpiece. Thanks for the video!!
Nein No Non
Nein No Non 2 aylar önce
“Underrated”? It has a 95% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It won the Academy Award for Best Sound Editing, and received nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design and Best Sound Mixing.
Rod 2 aylar önce
♜𝐏𝐢𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐝 𝐛𝐲 Heavy Spoilers No, you're not. It's just a scam... 😂😂😂
Bella Maz
Bella Maz Aylar önce
I don’t usually rewatch movies in the theaters. But I saw this film 3 times in the theater, dragging friends with me, and buying the DVD a few years later for a low-tech friend. Not to mention reading this and other works by Chiang. Both the story and film explores themes of life, loss, and joy so originally and profoundly it’s kinda a spiritual experience.
Angelo 2 aylar önce
It's 1.46 am here and I just had a cold shower and come back and got this crisp ass breakdown ready for me (arrival is one of my favourite movies of all time) by Paul. Thankyou Paul for doing these great breakdowns on new and older movies as well 🥂
Roman Bloomfield
Roman Bloomfield Aylar önce
man who the hell takes cold showers?
Piggypoo 2 aylar önce
@Angelo indeed!🤣
Angelo 2 aylar önce
@Piggypoo clown to clown communication
Piggypoo 2 aylar önce
@Angelo it's important! For the health of your brain! And please don't notice my prior comment was sent to you at 3am🤣
Angelo 2 aylar önce
@Piggypoo I did not go to sleep that day
TheNerdsLoft 2 aylar önce
Prayers Up For Jeremey Renner 🤝💯
SAM 2 aylar önce
I was fortunate to watch this movie 5 times in theaters. It got better every time
Libra Embrah
Libra Embrah Aylar önce
I’ll never forget seeing this movie in theaters. I was visiting a lifelong friend, and we randomly decided we could go see a movie. We checked what was on and realized Arrival had its final show that night, 11pm. We ran so we could make it. There was nobody else in this theater. Needless to say this was quite the experience. We both stayed in our for like an hour discussing the plot, the message, and how we felt about it all
E. H.
E. H. 2 aylar önce
This movie, Tenet, and Interstellar gave me a lot to think about as far as predeterminism. Very similar things to think through.
hhjhj 2 aylar önce
Dune is another sci fi that deals with predeterminism.
Cat Ardeleanu
Cat Ardeleanu 2 aylar önce
28:00 More profoundly, this glass separation captures the struggle between Louise and Ian to understand each other much like the humans struggle to communicate with the aliens.
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
Ey thank you
Cat Ardeleanu
Cat Ardeleanu 2 aylar önce
@heavyspoilers Thank you for this amazing review!
Matty Boy B
Matty Boy B 2 aylar önce
That was an outstanding review Paul thank you very much. I’ve always loved this movie, love Denis’s work and will now have to take some time to watch this one again. after gaining some better perspective after a review like this makes watching the movie even that much more enjoyable!!
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
Thank you man, glad you enjoyed the video and hope you’re having a good 2023 mate, thanks for all the support
Deborah 2 aylar önce
Another reason the number 12 is a nice choice is because in music an octave is made of 12 semitones, after which the pitches repeat cyclically.
SithCareBear 2 aylar önce
Another Excellent Breakdown! I really never realized how masterfully crafted this film was. I definitely enjoyed it and thought it was beautiful in its messaging and complexity but I didn’t catch many of these finer details you’ve pointed out and how they apply to the bigger picture. I’ve enjoyed that in general about your recent older film breakdowns. You have shined a light on some of my favorite films and given me an even grander appreciation of them. Thank you Paul!🙏
Judson Fox
Judson Fox 10 gün önce
"The Nature of Daylight"...oh that song...still hits me in the feels every time. Then listening to it backwards just hammers home how brilliant a piece of art this really is.
Chartes 2 aylar önce
One of the movies that improves the book and I can watch again and again. A perfect movie
hippomancy 2 aylar önce
I recall first reading the story when the anthology was released, and feeling the story was the most problematic, yet the fullest one in the book. the rest were smaller. linear. years later I had only vague recollection when I went to see it in theatre. my roommate was confused as I went back to theatre two days later- not my thing at all. it still got me at all the same spots. I do not recommend it to everyone, but I usually hear those I've told have been reduced to tears. not a huge Amy Adams fan, until this movie. she was perfect for it, and in it.
Cristina Lattuada
Cristina Lattuada Aylar önce
This is such a moving and intelligent movie in so many levels. It reflects our humanity and our fragility so well. Not sure if anyone has mentioned this already in the comments but there are also similarities with the Virgin Mary story here. The character in the movie is given a premonition about her child and her end, the same as Mary who knows her child must die to “save humanity”. Although, it’s not known if Mary had a choice. I could watch this movie over and over again. Thank you for the analysis, I missed a few things along the way.
Dom510 2 aylar önce
I love this film. Denis Villeneuve is one of my favorite directors. I think it’s themes of language and that the journey is worth it even if the end is sad. Excellent breakdown, keep up the great work!
adgreenfield 2 aylar önce
The classic movie breakdowns are my favorite thing on the channel, and you are on an amazing roll! The PRESTIGE and THING videos were fantastic, and this one just knocked my socks off. ARRIVAL is one of my favorite films of the century so far, and it's delightful to see one of my favorite channels give it such detailed love! I'm sure your list for these is endless, but man... I'd love to get your take on CHILDREN OF MEN.
Greg D.
Greg D. Aylar önce
This was a great overview of a great movie, you mentioned so many things I didn’t catch. Well done. Like the first and last words to her daughter 🤯
Die_TriNerdität 2 aylar önce
We live in times where we should have more movies with suche a peaceful message.
TR Hansen
TR Hansen 2 aylar önce
@Die_TriNerdität I just did. Anyone who reads this could be that 'someone'. You should know that. These are not private messages. Right?
Die_TriNerdität 2 aylar önce
@TR Hansen Then tell that someone who is interested in your low opinion.
TR Hansen
TR Hansen 2 aylar önce
@Die_TriNerdität I think this movie is for people who are too stupid to realize it's a complete banquet of BS but they have been told how 'smart' it is, how 'thoughtful'. Nice cinematography but nothing else works in this film. A lot of times people jokingly say they would like have the two hours back they spent watching a film. Right? I really mean it with this piece of crap. I'm not sure where it ranks on my all time worst films list. But it absolutely makes the list.
Die_TriNerdität 2 aylar önce
@TR Hansen Polemic answers doesnt make you sound clever. Its the opposite. And if you think that there is not more to it, then it fits the whole picture. Thanks for that!
TR Hansen
TR Hansen 2 aylar önce
@Die_TriNerdität Wow. Peace in difficult times! What a thought! My mind me blowned up!
Jorge Carbajal
Jorge Carbajal Aylar önce
It’s been several years since I first watched this movie, but your breakdown makes me want to check it out a second time now that that the nonlinear storytelling makes more sense.
Joe Campos
Joe Campos 2 aylar önce
So glad to see this movie getting some love. It’s incredible. Great breakdown per usual.
one thing about me
one thing about me 2 aylar önce
i love how a lot of people is discovering arrival now. this film deserves more attention of how good it is.
Julio Garcia
Julio Garcia 2 aylar önce
I can say that I have a good eye for movies, when I saw this I knew that it would be remembered by many, I loved Memento and that non-linear way of telling a story, I find that doing it with the necessary quality to stand out is one of the most difficult for any creative team, and just this movie, the story, the cast, they make it as close to perfect as possible.
KezzerRG 2 aylar önce
Thank you for covering this - without doubt one of the greatest sci fi movies ever made.
Joe 2 aylar önce
This film broke me. One of the best. Even Kubrick would be proud of this one. It’s incredibly relevant to the state of humanity.
Sune Kaas
Sune Kaas Aylar önce
Saw it at the Cinema going through mental health issues and it was a Godsend. Years later this was the first film my teenage daughter saw without looking at her phone. Spellbound. Wonderful breakdown - Cheers!
big johnson
big johnson 2 aylar önce
Keep making breakdowns of old movies. They are good man I been loving it. The Interstellar was so good.
Phantom 2040
Phantom 2040 2 aylar önce
Love this movie. It's unique. Had to watch it twice to totally understand it. It's like the Doctor and River Song stories where it's not in order. Well that's how I see it. A sci-fi where the aliens are not the bad guys, which is good to see finally. Too many invasions and not enough kindness with a message for mankind.
Stephanie Murray
Stephanie Murray 2 aylar önce
When I lost my dog after 14 years I was so depressed and upset and broken hearted over the loss until I began focussing on all the love that she had given me over the years and all the fun we had then it got better.
Matt Baldwin
Matt Baldwin 2 aylar önce
Cheers Paul. Terrific breakdown. This movie is a masterpiece. Not only did this movie give me a new favourite director but it also got me reading tons of science fiction again too. Chiang is an amazing storyteller.
Greg D.
Greg D. Aylar önce
Not sure if you mentioned this but in the helicopter when Ian reads the forward from her book it says something like ‘language is the first weapon used in conflict’ then obviously later in the movie they say ‘use weapon’
King 2 aylar önce
Thank you for going through this breakdown. This movie is so good that you cannot find it online for free anywhere and this was a great reminder of what I have been missing
Bens Coffee Rants
Bens Coffee Rants 24 gün önce
Not everything is predictable and courses don't always get followed as we think they might, sometimes we have unexpected situations which derail plans, or things end up happening that puts us on another path.
Scotty Hayden
Scotty Hayden 2 aylar önce
I dig all your work...but this one feels particularly poignant. Well done. My personal take on the 'predetermination of everything' means everything that happens, happens outside of time...all at the same time as the whole 'time is linear' thing is just to keep track of shit during this relative manifestation. What is NOT predetermined is how we choose (consciously or unconsciously) to experience the shit that happens. It is our contribution to supply the emotional content...we choose the meaning we assign to all the predetermined happenstance. We observe an event and decide if it is a particle or a wave...there is potential for both and we observe and we decide.
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
Thank you so much
Teddy Bearington III
Teddy Bearington III 2 aylar önce
To me never felt like Renner was upset about the decision to have the baby but upset about the decision not to try and save her life; she knew that the child was going to get cancer but she try hard to stop it
Monica Renée
Monica Renée 2 aylar önce
I saw this movie in theaters and really enjoyed it, but there was so much I missed and didn’t understand, though it didn’t distract me from the overall movie. I need to watch it again and try to wrap my brain around the circular time concept
The Spider Scientist
The Spider Scientist 2 aylar önce
Thanks for this breakdown, Paul!👍🏻 I watched this film around 3 years ago. It was an assignment at school 😅 We had to watch it and analyze it regarding the linguistic aspects and the theory in it (the language of the heptapods) , compare it with Linguists like B.L.Whorf....😂👌🏼
The Spider Scientist
The Spider Scientist 2 aylar önce
@Heavy SpoilersI don't know if this system exists everywhere, but we have basic and advanced courses in the final 2 or 3 years of the 12 or 13 school years. And the course I mean with my comment was one of my chosen advanced courses 👍🏻 😅 I can understand you there 👌🏼 The form of the task was something completely different and was really interesting 😁 and also cool, i.e. this specific film analysis. I would love to be back in school because studying is so much more difficult and time consuming.
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
That’s pretty wild, haha wish we got to study stuff like that in school
Dave Rothery
Dave Rothery 2 aylar önce
I have a lot of movies that I love from my childhood and so coming up with even a top ten is hard. But if I had to make a top ten of films I saw as an adult, Arrival would be number 1 without hesitation.
Jeremy Cunningham
Jeremy Cunningham 2 aylar önce
Love this film. Was so refreshing at the time to see a first contact scenario that wasn’t a war! Wonderful stuff
Sloan Long
Sloan Long 2 aylar önce
That was amazing Paul, thank you so freaking much, can't wait to rewatch it with a fresh perspective!
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
Thank you
Lévi Lama
Lévi Lama 2 aylar önce
This movie is a masterpiece. Thanks a lot for that great breakdown
Eric Timmons
Eric Timmons 2 aylar önce
Apparently the canaries usually survived working in the coal Mines. They would just pass out from the gasses, and wake back up when they were brought back to the surface with the miners
Rafael 2 aylar önce
“Hokiddo” made me laugh! 😂 Anyway, great breakdown, I really enjoyed this movie. Like Louise learning the language and understanding what she was experiencing, we also had a “click” when we understand what the language really does, all of a sudden the movie makes perfect sense. Felt even more heartbroken about Louise knowing about her daughter and still going to deal with that all over again. I think it’s also a message, about how a gift (time travel/awareness) can make you suffer. How a happy ending is relative. And her struggle fighting depression, just keep going (the atmosphere of the entire movie feels like how a depressed person sees the world, and how she doesn’t give up even knowing what’s going to happen to her daughter. At least that’s how I feel.
Leszek Przywara
Leszek Przywara 2 aylar önce
The alien language of circles reminded me of Rehoboam in Westworld Season 3 and how the Divergence was being tracked in a series of spikes representing specific events.
SocialBobcat 2 gün önce
My hope for humanity is that every person is able to feel the feelings this movie explores
Tom Hahnl
Tom Hahnl 2 aylar önce
Love this movie, Denis Villeneuve is an absolut master!
G. R. Davis
G. R. Davis 2 aylar önce
Arrival is easily one of my favourite films of all time. I love the work they put into designing the Heptapods and their language, the sound design for both the Heptapods and the general ambience, and how the film highlights the ignorance and insignificance of humanity's politics faced with the cosmos. I first saw it on a plane to America, and immediately fell in love with it. It was then put on Netflix, and I bought the DVD after it was taken off. Truly a beautiful film. I want to read the book it's based on.
Chris D'Amato
Chris D'Amato 2 aylar önce
When I heard they were making Story of Your Life into a movie I knew it would be a masterpiece.
Chkhito Aylar önce
It's wonderful that you started breaking down older movies too!
Michael Willey
Michael Willey 2 aylar önce
Brilliant breakdown, in perpetuity 👍🏼 Great movie
Peter Crawford
Peter Crawford 2 aylar önce
I love this movie! it is one of my all time favorites!
Maverick L.
Maverick L. 2 aylar önce
OMG! Love this movie... the idea of language and time being cyclical. One of my favorite of all time. It's very underrated
Musashi Miyamoto
Musashi Miyamoto 2 aylar önce
And it took them such a long time to figure out the code? Wow, in Star Trek Discovery they did that for Species 10-c in just a few minutes. Totally believable:)
The Resting Rancor
The Resting Rancor 2 aylar önce
Now that's a proper introduction!❤️ Paul!! Another favourite of all time for me😍
FWR 2 aylar önce
Some of these older breakdowns have me wanting to go back and re-watch them, just wondering what inspired you to do them?
MoonwalkerNow 2 aylar önce
I loved this movie. The language was amazing. And I really welcome the concept about time not being linear, and how the "flashbacks" for the movie weren't linear either.
Yoda 2 aylar önce
This has gotta be one of my all-time favorite movies
Bryan Gleason
Bryan Gleason 2 aylar önce
This movie was excellent. It took me a while to get to it, because it looked like any other aliens come to earth movie. I'm glad i watched it, because it was so good.
BJW 2 aylar önce
This was one of the greatest thought provoking movies I have ever seen, it needs at least 3 watches & even now I am finding things, please forgive me for this poor description, but for me it was like someone with no senses or ability to move getting them all at once, I'm not very sciency but I know the basics & it was mind blowing, thank you for making it.
Amolang 2 aylar önce
I have seen the movie a couple of times on TV. Always enjoyed it, but not sure I understood it. This really made the movie much better for me. I actually hope to see it again soon and view it in another way.
Ordinaryguy82 2 aylar önce
Loved this, please keep up the good work! 🙂
John Couchman
John Couchman 2 aylar önce
I’m really enjoying these analyses of older movies instead of just covering leaks, etc, for upcoming ones.
Bearded Catman
Bearded Catman 2 aylar önce
Each time I watch this film, I pick up on some new detail. It's very interesting. The soundtrack alone can bring me to tears.
Casey Smith
Casey Smith Aylar önce
Bro! How do you go into these crazy deep dives like this? Insane lol. How many times did you watch this? 😆 Good stuff.
TheChuckwagonLite 2 aylar önce
Hope Jeremy recovers well. Thank you doctors and nurses
john done
john done 2 aylar önce
I’ve seen this movie a dozen times. One of my fav movies ever.
Giovanni Piccione
Giovanni Piccione 2 aylar önce
Arrival is just like Interstellar where I didn’t completely understand the movie until I watched it 3-4 times
Michael Steele
Michael Steele 2 aylar önce
I have seen the movie 3 times and I missed 90% of what you just explained.. thank you
James P
James P 11 gün önce
Ian's anger at Louis was Louis purposefully choosing to have a child with a terminal illness. From Ian's time perspective, Louis sees the future. She could have gotten pregnant on another day.
burningpapersun 2 aylar önce
I went to see this film purposely avoiding everything I could from having it spoiled. I'm so glad I did.
MrKastila 2 aylar önce
awesome breakdown! makes me love the movie even more!! thank you!!!
Kim Pritchard
Kim Pritchard Aylar önce
Risking repeating myself coming back to a favorite movie, this reminds me of a favorite song "The Dance" by Garth Brooks. And now I'm glad I didn't know The way it all would end The way it all would go Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd have had to miss the dance Its the same choice when you decide to home a dog. Their lives are so short in comparison but they love so much. I choose joy every day instead of fearing loss.
Flubzee 2 aylar önce
You reminded me about this movie and for that I thank you Paul. Genuinely a beautiful story.
James Kramer
James Kramer 2 aylar önce
Great breakdown Paul. I didn't have any plans to see this but now I'm going to watch it right now. Shabang!
Johnathan 2 aylar önce
This movie left me a sobbing mess. It beautiful in both visuals and story.
ballybunion9 2 aylar önce
Yes, please! Somebody explain the ending! I've seen Arrival three times and I still have no idea what the ending is about. 😄 And then, for an encore, explain the ending of Trading Places. I'm still trying to figure that one out, too.
E. Enriquez
E. Enriquez 2 aylar önce
Thank you for these classic break downs you and screen crush are the only ones I like to breakdown things new rockstars got annoying
E. Enriquez
E. Enriquez 2 aylar önce
@SSSHAR not only that there theory videos ruined the MCU, heavy and screen have theories but they are somewhat logical compared to what rockstars says
SSSHAR 2 aylar önce
I can’t get into new rockstars because they react to other peoples work. Super Lazy to me!
Angelo 2 aylar önce
💯 well said
Everything PAWesome
Everything PAWesome 2 aylar önce
All-time favorite movie💛 Excellent breakdown.
Brian Burkett
Brian Burkett 2 aylar önce
Brilliant breakdown. Sincerely, this was amazing 👏
TomSmith 2 aylar önce
@Brian Burkett he done it 6 days ago mate
Brian Burkett
Brian Burkett 2 aylar önce
@Heavy Spoilers Shutter Island is next
Heavy Spoilers
Heavy Spoilers 2 aylar önce
Ey thank you so much
AltenbergerWiesel 2 aylar önce
One of the best movies ever made. Thank you for your video here - awesome.
Alyssa Mova
Alyssa Mova 2 aylar önce
Loving these older movie breakdowns but I would love Pre-TRvid Era movies that never got coverage
Michael OBrien
Michael OBrien 2 aylar önce
hope jeremy is doing well from this movie. hes going through alot right now.
DJ2K 2 aylar önce
Arrival is in my top 10 movies. I love it.
shitty80smovielover 2 aylar önce
Never saw this one, but the review was so damn good now I have to go watch the movie.
Alysianah Noire
Alysianah Noire 2 aylar önce
I loved this movie and felt she was robbed of an Oscar nomination at the very least. At the time, I didn't know the director but having loved Dune I eventually realized it's the same director. I enjoy his style and am looking forward to Dune 2.
Broken Wave
Broken Wave 2 aylar önce
Enemy is also a great movie and Prisoners is a masterpiece
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