ArrivalDVD - 2017
When mysterious spacecraft touch down around the world, a team, including linguist Louise Banks, is brought together to investigate. As mankind teeters on the verge of global war, Banks and the team race against time for answers, and to find them, she will take a chance that could threaten her life, and quite possibly humanity.
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Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form
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Other: The movie is most likely too slow and convoluted for most preteen or younger viewers to care or comprehend what is going on.
Sexual Content: One character asks a woman (presumably they are married) if she "wants to make a baby".
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Louise Banks: Despite knowing the journey... and where it leads... I embrace it... and I welcome every moment of it.
Before you commit to him, ask him the sanskrit word for war and its translation.
He says it means "an argument." What do you say it means?
-A desire for more cows.
Well, the cornerstone of civilization isn't language, it's science.
Memory is a strange thing. It doesn't work like I thought it did. We are so bound by time, by its order... I remember moments in the middle... And this was the end... But now I'm not so sure I believe in beginnings and endings. There are days that define your story beyond your life. Like the day they arrived.
If you could see your whole life from start to finish, would you change things?
-Maybe I'd say what I feel more often. I... I don't know.
You know, I've had my head tilted up to the stars for as long as i can remember. You know what
surprised me the most? It wasn't meeting them. It was meeting you.
Suits, honor, flowers... Colonel, those are all tile sets in mah-jongg.
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Despite knowing the journey... and where it leads... I embrace it... and I welcome every moment of it.
"I'm not so sure I believe in beginnings and endings. There are days that define your story beyond your life. Like the day they arrived."
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