After Earth Quotes (2 quotes)
Will Smith: Cypher Raige
Will Smith: played by Malcolm Ray Fear is not real. The only place that fear can exist is in our thoughts of the future. It is a product of our imagination, causing us to fear things that do not at present and may not ever exist. That is near insanity. Do not misunderstand me, the danger is very real.
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After Earth is a American post-apocalyptic science fiction action film directed by M. It is the second film after The Pursuit of Happyness that stars real-life father and son Will and Jaden Smith ; Will Smith also produced via his company Overbrook Entertainment , and the distribution was by Columbia Pictures. The film takes place in the 31st century, when the Earth has long been abandoned and humans have been in conflict with a mysterious alien race. It tells the story of a high-ranking general in the peacekeeping organization Ranger Corps, and his son, who, after an incident during a spaceflight, find themselves fighting for survival on a hostile planet which is Earth itself. Upon release, After Earth was panned by film critics; its acting was criticized as melodramatic, and the writing and storytelling were also singled out for mainstream criticism. This film and Shyamalan's previous film The Last Airbender are most commonly considered to be the lowest point of his directorial career, which had been in progressive decline after he had directed a series of critically panned films.
Of late, we're getting more and more glimpses at the big films. And when you bring together M. Night Shyamalan , Will Smith and son Jaden Smith , you're talking about one of the biggest movies of the season. And if you didn't catch it in the trailer , those lines "Danger is real. Fear is a choice" are now the film's tagline, and definitely part of the marketing hook they're trying to hang this movie on. But as it stars young Jaden, we assume that the film is going to be more family friendly than those lines might suggest. It's also worth noting that Shyamalan no longer gets his name in big letters on the poster.