Skyscraper (2018)
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Skyscraper (2018)


Genre
:
Action
Rating
:
6.1 / 10
Release Date
:
11 July 2018
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
1 : 42 minutes
Spoken Language
:
广州话 / 廣州話, 普通话, English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Framed and on the run, a former FBI agent must save his family from a blazing fire in the world's tallest building.

Cast Overview :

Will Sawyer
by: Dwayne Johnson
Sarah Sawyer
by: Neve Campbell
Zhao Long Ji
by: 黄经汉
Mr. Pierce
by: Noah Taylor
Inspector Wu
by: Byron Mann
Ben
by: Pablo Schreiber
Georgia Sawyer
by: McKenna Roberts
Henry Sawyer
by: Noah Cottrell
Xia
by: Hannah Quinlivan
Ajani Okeke
by: Adrian Holmes
Sergeant Han
by: Elfina Luk
Ray
by: Kevin Rankin
Ray's Son
by: Jett Klyne
Ray's Daughter
by: Kayden Magnuson
Suit #1
by: Byron Lawson
News Camera Man
by: Nelson Wong
Windbreaker Man
by: Colin Corrigan
Hostage Rescue Commander
by: Omari Newton
Hostage Negotiator
by: Venus Terzo
On-Scene Commander
by: Paul McGillion
Skinny Hacker
by: Matt O'Leary
Fire Chief Sheng
by: Tzi Ma
Kores Botha
by: Roland Møller
Ray's Wife
by: Gretal Montgomery
Botha's Thug #1
by: Jason William Day
Botha's Thug #2
by: Ryan Handley
Botha's Thug #3
by: Sean Kohnke
Botha's Thug #4
by: Shawn Stewart
Shady Man
by: Brian Ho
Building Voice (voice)
by: Tina Tong
HKP Officer #1
by: Carlo Yu
HKP Officer #2
by: Dimitry Tsoy
HKP Officer #3
by: Allen Keng
Penthouse Guard #1
by: Sam Yunussov
Penthouse Guard #2
by: Paul Wu
Maintenance Technician
by: Glenn Chow
Helicopter Pilot
by: Robert Boyce
Police Sniper
by: Aaron Au
News Reporter #1
by: Grace Wang
News Reporter #2
by: Marcus Sim
Hong Kong Newscaster
by: Rene Wang
Chinese Newscaster #1
by: Kathy Wu
Chinese Newscaster #2
by: Lawrence Chau
Chinese Newscaster #3
by: Evan Lai
Arabic Speaking Newscaster
by: Shamel Hashish
British Newscaster
by: Matthew Wolf
French Newscaster
by: Fabio Tassone
American Newscaster #1
by: Leanne Suter
American Newscaster #2
by: Rick Chambers
American Newscaster #3
by: Lasaundra Gibson
Zhao Interviewer
by: Wendy Jacobson
Ferry Princess
by: Sarah K. Thurber
Swedish Newscaster (uncredited)
by: Malin Barr
Ben's Neighbour (uncredited)
by: Vivian Full
Asian Hipster (uncredited)
by: Hung Huynh
Asian Lady (uncredited)
by: Beatrice Ilg

Member Reviews :

You might expect a former FBI agent to be able to handle a gun, or protect himself at gunpoint. But you sure as hell don’t expect a doctor to, and yet, Sarah Sawyer can not only steal a gun pointed at her, she can stop a burning building’s fire without even being in the building! Will Sawyer’s posed with a challenge when the tablet that he was for some reason given with full control of the security system and just about everything else about the building, gets stolen, the building set on fire, and his family stuck above the fire with little means to get out. Will, who is now a suspect, takes it upon himself to enter the burning building, get his family, and leave the burning building. This isn’t as easy as that sounds, because there’s a MacGuffin to be gotten and the people that set the building on fire will stop at nothing to get it. Oh, and did I mention **he only has one leg!** _Minor spoilers ahead._ Skyscraper was extremely predictable, the only thing I didn’t see coming was the fact that they wasted five minutes of our time showing Will telling Sarah to turn off and back on her phone to fix it, just to set up the ending where Sarah turns off and back on the building to stop the fire. The one thing I did enjoy from this film was near the ending when they’re in _The Pearl_, but you don’t watch a movie for a single scene. Rawson Thurber should stick to comedy, where he has experience. This is a waste of the $125,000,000 it took to make it, and it’s a waste of the $12 to watch it. Skip this one.
  Jedi Burrell
Well, if you are a fan of The Rock this is a decent enough high octane action, disaster and special effects movie. If not, well then you probably have to be a pretty big fan of special effects and action to overlook its weak points. Let’s start with the good stuff. One, it is The Rock (yes I am a fan) although he certainly doesn’t come out at his best in this movie. Personally I could do without the artificial leg crap but it didn’t bother me too much in the end. It didn’t really add anything except some silly (and unrealistic scenes) though. Then we have the action and the special effects. They were as good as you would expect from a multi million dollar action movie. At least I enjoyed them. I really liked the design of the Skyscraper. I thought it was booth cool and beautiful. I kind of would like to see it built in real life. Was the movie derivative? Well of course it can be said to be derivative! How many movies with burning Skyscrapers and bad guys hi-jacking them can you make before it becomes derivative after all? The first movie named Skyscraper was made in 1928 for Christ sake. It didn’t bother me at all. Now for the not so good. The movie was hugely predictable. I mean, you could tell who the bad guys were from the first scene they were in. Especially the rat faced jerk Mr Pierce. The main bad guy? Well, he was no Hans Gruber that’s for sure. More like a common thug. The movie really lacked a bad guy with some charisma. Overall, most of the movie from start to finish was really a no-surprise-there event from the first bad guy entering the scene to the rebooting of the systems. Then we have the realism factor. I do not expect an action and special effects movie to be realistic but there are some limits. Sawyer climbing around on the outside of the building (with one leg remember) in the updraft from 50 or so burning levels was just nonsense. Also, a building burning that much and that long and yet all the electrical wiring and plumbing still working was a bit too much. The absolutely worst offence though was how everyone magically survived sitting in the middle of the fire being extinguished by the release of halon gas (or some equivalent). That just brings stupidity (or maybe laziness) in script writing to a whole new level. So, to sum it up, this move could have been a lot better. To me it was saved by The Rock and my love of special effects loaded action movies.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson