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Eine Alien-Invasion überollt die Erde. Dabei gehen die sogenannten Anderen in mehreren Etappen vor. In vier Wellen haben sie es geschafft, die Bevölkerung drastisch zu dezimieren. Nun setzten sie zu einer fünften Welle an und keiner der. Die 5. Welle (Originaltitel: The 5th Wave) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film des Regisseurs J. Blakeson aus dem Jahr Der Film kam am 14. In The 5th Wave, Cassie finds herself in a world devastated by alien attack, desperate to save herself and find her lost brother. As the onslaught from the Others—. The 5th Wave: The First Book of the 5th Wave Series: beaucerons.eu: Yancey, Rick: Fremdsprachige Bücher. Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth decimated. Cassie is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother, as she. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»The 5th (Fifth) Wave 1«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! #Giveaway Alien Invasion Teaser Tuesday with The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave #2) by Rick Yancey. Book 1 The 5th Wave in stores now! Book 2 The Infinite Sea.
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Get some streaming picks. Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth in ruin. Against a backdrop of fear and distrust, Cassie is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother.
As she prepares for the inevitable and lethal fifth wave, Cassie teams up with a young man who may become her final hope - if she can only trust him.
Written by Sony Pictures Entertainment. As a low-budget sci-fi flick, The Fifth Wave starts quite promisingly with a more logical continuation from the opening scenes of "Independence Day".
The end of the world is nigh. An alien spacecraft has put itself into a threatening earth orbit note: actually 'orbiting' - as a nod to science guys like me - rather than just inexplicably hanging there in the sky, as Douglas Adams once put it, "in much the same way that bricks don't".
The aliens are throwing calamity after calamity down at small-town America in 'waves': earthquakes; tidal surges; modified bird flu; and bombings.
Against this stressful backdrop, the ever-reliable Chloe Grace-Moretz "Kick Ass"; "Let the Right One In" plays Cassie who after getting separated from her younger brother Sam Zackery Arthur faces the dangers of a cross-country Alabama trek to rescue him.
Like I said, quite a promising premise, and it flows quite nicely until the family get to a Fort Wilderness style sanctuary in the forest. There however the plot goes awry, with the aliens making a seemingly ridiculous strategic move.
Jaw-dropping dumbness now follows with a 'see-it-coming-from-a-mile-away' plot-twist casting Cassie onto her solo-mission, and the film declines into a rather poor 'Hunger-maze-giance' wannabe with Cassie torn between the affections of old crush Ben Nick "Jurassic World" Robinson and mysterious saviour Evan Alex Roe.
Much muscle-rippling and skinny-dipping ensues as Cassie oohs and aahs in a girlie fashion that erodes her kick-ass no pun intended characterization to date.
The director is J Blakeson This is only his second feature, and is a big ask. The film rather obviously cues up a sequel: this is the first of a series of — apparently quite good — books by Rick Yancey, with the next in the series being called "The Infinite Sea".
I don't think I will be rushing to the cinema to see the sequel, if it does happen. A disappointing film that starts with real promise but then loses its way.
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View all 25 comments. Feb 25, Jessie rated it did not like it Shelves: publication , reviewed , annoying-main-character , didnt-enjoy-reading-process , angsty-main-character , , bad-as-fuck , gave-up-on , series-given-up.
Warning: This rant will contain lots of swearing, and massive anger. This is a rant, so I'm sorry if there's weird grammar or bad writing.
I'm really not caring that much at this point. So, please, bear with me. And please know that by no means do I intend to offend anyone, including the author.
Best thing to describe it? Boring as fuck. This book was my most anticipated book of the year. I was expecting so much after all the hype. But guess what?
This turne Warning: This rant will contain lots of swearing, and massive anger. Even worse than Evermore. What an irony.
This is such a massive disappointment. Seriously, I've never hated a book so much. Out of everything I've read which is like half of the book , the only part I liked was the prologue, which is sad, 'cause it's only 1 page long on my ebook.
After that, it all went downhill. The characters. I did NOT care about any of the characters. Cassie's basically this really annoying girl who talks and thinks weird.
I think Yancey tried too hard to make her seem like a tough girl. But in truth, she has no depth at all. Sammy, her brother is just a 5 year old kid who, really, knows nothing about the world.
So I really don't get the point of writing from his POV. Evan, the love interest, is also a character with no depth, but a lot worse than Cassie.
Basically he's just your average "nice" guy with no personality. AT ALL. He has no emotion. It's like he's some kind of robot But aliens do have feelings, I guess?
Read the Silencer chapter. It's him in alien form. If I'm not mistaken. Maybe that's why Cassie likes him? They're both boring as fuck?
I don't get the point of the romance. It's just so random Cassie's like "I hate you" one minute and the next, they're kissing each other!!
What the fuck is this?! It's soo pointless and I'd rather not read a long and awful chapter about them living together and this shitty romance.
My biggest problem is the writing. The writing is awful. I've never read any book with such shitty writing. It's like a really awkward toned down version of This is Not a Test.
The writing is what made me hate this book so much. It's like Yancey's trying to imitate the intense writing of This is Not a Test and failed.
The writing bored me from the beginning, it's just so.. Said his prayer with him. I ask if I want to look. He says no, I most definitely do not want to look.
I want to get out of bed, take a real bath. He says it's too soon The plot. I can hereby tell you that nothing happens in this book till the point I've read which is around halfway.
And even me, someone who only watched the movie, can tell. The change of POV. Gosh, this frustrated me soo much, it's as bad as the writing.
So basically, the book never tells you whose POV you're reading from. There was this part named "Wonderland" and in the beginning he says something like "My name is Zombie" or whatever.
This is soo confusing! Cassie, on the road, holding Bear. We have to figure out whose POV we're reading by ourselves.
Bad idea, Yancey. So , this is my mini rant and the things I hated about this book. It didn't turn out as angry as I thought it would.
I really don't want to waste my time typing out a review 'cause it's really not worth it and finals is coming up, so this is like a tiny version of it.
No star for you, you awful book. By the way, if you really want to read a proper review, there are loads of well-written ones out there.
I have successfully survived all 5 waves. Because my hatred for this book does not translate into this being a bad book.
I guess this I have successfully survived all 5 waves. I guess this was simply not for me. I'll start with the thing that annoyed me the most: The Writing This is probably a me-thing, but I found the writing extremely irritating.
Not necessarily terrible, just There were 2 aspects that especially got on my nerves. She rubbed her nose nervously.
Dug her lacquered nails into her dyed blond hair. Tapped her foot. Rolled the pad of her finger over her eyelid: She had just started wearing contacts and they bugged her constantly.
Pray tell me, WHY are we talking about lacquered nails and contacts when there are bigger things to talk about?? And you know, this Lizbeth girl, she's not even there in the book.
It may work in poetry but otherwise, it's just plain annoying. The reasonable thing. There is the empty road beneath the light stabbing down and the girl on the road with the smudged face and twigs and dead leaves entangled in her short, curly hair, clutching a battered old teddy bear, on the empty road, beneath the stars stabbing down.
I didn't find anything remotely romantic about the whole Evan thing. But he also bathed you when you were passed out.
How does that not creep you out, Cassie?? The final thing that made me lose it - the cliches. The alien apocalypse happens and the human race is nearly wiped out.
There are hardly any families left BUT Cassie survives, and so does her brother and her father view spoiler [He dies later, but still hide spoiler ].
And of course, her high-school crush also survives - how else will you have a love triangle in the sequel?? Now he can, since the competition is dead.
You wanna know the saddest part?? This was my first book about aliens. And there weren't any aliens. At least not the kind I was looking forward too : There was some action towards the end but I was way past the point of caring by then.
I need some uplifting chocolate therapy. I do not intend to offend anyone with this review. View all 70 comments.
May 06, Christine Riccio rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Loved the writing style, loved the lead characters, full of twists, and wonderfully paced.
View all 36 comments. Jan 25, Cristina Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves: science-fiction , forbidden-love , action , favorites , aliens.
Maybe the last one to die will be killed by the last one alive. The 5th Wave is exhilarating. And it will truly seal you interest when you will get acquainted with all the adventurous, intrepid and bracing characters.
The characters have their own conflict above the war for territorial acquisition happening. They fell in love with the wrong person.
They became someone else: they lost themselves. I liked the deepness of themes and how it challenged us as readers.
How do you rid the Earth of Humans? Rid the humans of their humanity. Cassie, Evan, Zombie and all the other characters are trying to find solace in something.
Thus, it is to be expected and definitely normal for there to be a lot of rumination going on in their minds.
One more thing: everything is not what it seems. I may be the last one, but I am the last one still standing. I am the one turning to face the faceless hunter in the woods or an abandoned highway.
View all 23 comments. Dec 19, Rachel E. Carter rated it it was amazing Shelves: have-paperback. Mixed feelings. Like many of you commented, I think the weakest parts were the romance.
Also, the eye. They made it look so easy for her to escape, grrrr! But I did love who they casted for Ben and Cassie it's not her fault they kept making her fall in the script and Nugget and Ringer Hunger Games.
The movie Evan was way hotter than the alien in my head, thank gawd, and his acting was good, but I still cannot root for them at all.
My overall movie vs. Watching the movie reminded me I need to read the second book soon. It was okay, I guess like everyone said it just played up the romance that made me cringe in the books.
Overall though? Not bad. View all 55 comments. Mar 11, Giselle rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc , own. Now THIS is how you write a book, ladies and gentleman!
With the slew of dystopian and post apocalyptic novels coming out you can only imagine how refreshing it is to stumble upon a truly refreshing, incredibly well created novel about an alien apocalypse.
And don't let this term fool you, aliens may not be running rampant on our planet yet , but Yancey has succeeded in making this event just as realistic as any other world disaster.
Plus, in my opinion I think it's a little naive to believe we're the only life form with intelligence in the universe.
Could this happen to us? I believe it! Told via multiple perspectives, this novel begins with the introduction of our main character; Cassie.
With a lot of luck, sure, but bravery and purpose is what keeps her alive when it really matters. And truly, what are we without purpose?
This girl is one I would want by my side if a future like this ever came to fruition. She's one of those heroines that you positively want to root for, with a fierce determination mirroring the likes of Katniss THG and Katsa Graceling.
The first part of the novel explores her time with her family--or what's left of it. There is some powerful writing that went into this story, and not just with creating the plot which I'll go into in a bit, but in the emotional consequences of this situation, as well.
Families have been literally torn apart in some of the cruelest of ways, Cassie is lucky to have what she has and this bond is so powerfully gripping it had me longing for a little brother I never even had.
The other POVs are just as distinct with just as much emotional investment; I was found easily hooked into to their every word brought about through a seamless transition.
As I enjoyed being surprised by who the other perspectives were I won't spoil it for you, I will just say that I found the choices to be a great way to direct the story.
These aliens have not gone easy on humans. As the book title conveys, there have been 4 waves of shock and terror thrown our way, each one rousing up your fear for what the 5th wave is going to be.
There is one primal fear that is investigated throughout this novel which is the fear of being truly alone.
When the enemy takes the face of should-be allies, how can you trust anyone at all? How does humanity survive? A poor guy with a gunshot wound who only wants help might just be a trap.
Anyone you could ask for help yourself might be the last person you'll ever see. Together, humans can fight back, separated by mistrust, humans become their own enemy.
This is one of the most crucial aspects of this book, it's what makes it so upsetting and desperate. Like Cassie, the reader is not able to let themselves trust anybody at all, not to mention garner any hope.
Yes it's a very dark, very despairing read. Together with this apprehension, the harsh realness of the plot makes it such an intensely compelling read.
The creation of the alien invitation is done without fail. If there is a plot hole in here I did not perceive it.
Yancey imagined every leg of this race and he ran with it. I am wholly impressed with its complexity, one that didn't feel complex, really, just elaborated, or sensical.
I have not read a book in this genre that had me so thoroughly--and I mean entirely --caught up in it since The Hunger Games and Ashfall--and I do not say this lightly.
I'm in no way comparing the books themselves, just their engrossing factor; they're all consuming from head to foot and every single pounding heart beat and every clenched muscle, and that is so very rare--at least for me.
This book, it's a ticking time bomb, and you feel it with each fiber of your being! Then we come to the ending, and this time bomb of a book counts down into a frenzy until you can hardly stand it.
I devoured it. Every single page I devoured greedily and if I had to pick a book to re-read for ever and always this one would be in the top running with a very fair chance!
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I am actually embarrassed for Mr. Yancey here, he is a Printz winner after all. All the money invested to hype this The Host Redux mumbo-jumbo, which makes so little sense if you just think about the plot and the role the children play in this 5th wave, why go into so much trouble, dear aliens?
In fact this whole thing is so much of a cliche, that I was compelled to check the copyright page of the book to make sure it wasn't some packaged deal thrown together by a group of people to hit every popular plot point like Partials and Unraveling , but no, Yancey wrote it all by himself, apparently, and it's not good.
In my opinion, of course. I don't want to disregard the feelings of all my friends who did like it. I might have read a bit too much SF and YA to enjoy this.
View all 38 comments. Feb 28, Steph Sinclair rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , print-arc , release , penguin , addictive-read , sci-fi , action-packed , reads , alternating-povs , could-have-been-better.
There's no doubt in my mind that most people are going to be captivated with The 5th Wave. It's engaging, features a witty protagonist, mystery, the right amount of anticipation and a romantic story line.
Not to mention, it happens to be one of Penguin's big titles and had a lot of marketing money poured into it. It's not everyday that an ARC crosses my threshold with such a soft cover.
Nor are they usually accompanied by beat up Teddies and survival bags. I had seen the reviews surfacing and sho There's no doubt in my mind that most people are going to be captivated with The 5th Wave.
I had seen the reviews surfacing and shouting praise left and right, including Kat. And for most of the novel, I was right there with most people who loved the story, rooting for Cassie.
Yancey sets up the world perfectly and there's little fault to be found there. The narration is introduced by Cassie, who tells the reader of her life before the aliens came and the 4 waves that subsequently wiped out most of the human population.
Her story, like the many others shown later, is not a happy one. She's suffered the death of both of her parents and the separation from her 6 year old brother, Sam.
I quite enjoyed her as a main character and found her humorous despite her grim situation. Her fierce determination to save her brother from the unknown to her, at least horrors built just the right amount of anticipation to keep me turning page after page.
One thing I didn't expect was the multiple narrations: The Silencer, Zombie and Sam though, he only narrates once, I believe. I'm surprised that I actually liked this style after a few reviews did mention it not working so well for them.
I can definitely see it throwing readers off, but I thought it was pretty clever in the beginning. The way it switches back and forth, implanted a certain amount of doubt to the point where I there were times where I wasn't sure who was actually human or alien.
Still all of that just wasn't enough to keep away my rising disappointment. There was the beginning where I'd learned about waves and how horrifying they were.
I had to take a moment and hug Sam's teddy. It was a depressing situation and I needed cuddles. Then, Sam is taken away, Cassie is shot in the leg and I'm not sure if she's going to make it.
And some Other Stuff happens, like a bunch of people getting all killed off at once, and I found myself flipping pages super duper fast.
I couldn't wait to find out what the 5th alien wave actually was. But that's when things start going downhill for me, because all of a sudden there's this weird insta-love romance that was, IMO, not done well at all.
I get that Yancey was going for the whole "What really makes us human? And having Cassie and The Silencer fall for each other was supposed to emphasize that, but c'mon.
The whole "I shot you in the leg because I couldn't bare shooting you in the head. Can't you see I'm in love with you?
Dare I say it? Yes, I think I shall. If Edward Cullen were an alien whose mission was to kill off remaining humans, but he instead falls in love with a girl, he would be The Silencer.
The romance developed way too fast and had such a strange start with The Silencer following her through the woods, reading her diary, going through her belongings and shooting her in the leg that I just could find myself getting on board with it.
It was such a strange turn of events. One minute there's death, carnage and a struggle for survival and the next minute Cassie's in this farm with a guy who resembles Clark Kent from Smallville and he's baking her bread.
This is also that part where the narrative changes really started to become jarring because we also were keeping track of Zombie a nickname for the character in the novel.
Every time we were in his point of view, I felt like I was in the midst of playing Call of Duty. So from going back and forth from those very different scenarios, I had to take a small break and ask Teddy a very frank question: "Are you fucking kidding me?
Unfortunately, that turned out to be the most disappointing aspect of the novel. Up until I found out what the 5th wave was, I thought these aliens were pretty badass.
They came to earth with a plan and they knew exactly how to kill off humans very effectively. I'd take this out first too.
You don't even have to do much here. Just wait for them to die off. The aliens had a good thing going for them. Every thing made sense up until the 5th wave.
But why would they go through so much trouble for the 5th wave? The Silencers would have been just as effective or even more so, considering how fast they could take people out.
They are faster, stronger, can see in the dark, etc. So, what's the point in wasting resources and years to train human children to kill human adults?
My final verdict: The 5th Wave is definitely a page-turner and has plenty to offer a reader who enjoys science fiction.
Even though the romance fell flat and the plot's logical inconsistencies kept me from dishing out all my stars, it was still an enjoyable read.
But despite the very strong start, ultimately, The 5th Wave didn't live up to the hype for me. Sorry, Kat. I fully expect your declarations of Review War in the mornin'.
ARC and teddy was received via the publisher for an honest review. No monies or favors were exchanged for a positive review, though, the teddy does look cool on my bookshelf.
More reviews and other fantastical things at Cuddlebuggery Book Blog. View all 37 comments. Jul 15, jessica rated it really liked it.
View all 10 comments. Shelves: young-adult , my-kindle-challenges-me , reads , dystopia , light-pup-recs. I have a theory. Want to hear it? I'm starting to think that Rick Yancey is a genius.
What does a genius do, you're asking? He makes people think they are the genius, by creating a story so predictable that every reader will feel so fucking clever.
She is the best shot in the group and is very quiet, yet scary. She and Zombie become friends, and she helps him shoot better. She is often threatening and serious toward the other squad members, but can also be vulnerable at times.
Commander Vosch — the leader of the soldiers and the mastermind behind the plans. He is very sadistic, cruel, and unfeeling. He at first is shown as a "hero" to those at Cassie's refugee camp, but he soon reveals his true nature by personally killing Cassie's father, destroying the camp, and abducting the children, including Sam, to fight.
Dumbo — a member of Squad 53; he is around 12 years old, has huge ears, and is good with medicine and anatomy.
Originally, she was the only girl and was the youngest in the squad before Nugget and Ringer arrived. Poundcake — a member of Squad 53; he is around eight years old, large and chubby, and rarely speaks, but is good with a gun.
Flintstone — the former leader of Squad 53; he was around 16 years old and had a unibrow. He often challenged Zombie's authority, mainly in jealousy over his job as leader.
Flintstone ends up going crazy or "going Dorothy" and ends up dead. Tank — a former member of Squad He went "Dorothy" crazy and was taken away.
After Zombie sets off an explosion, Oompa is impaled with shrapnel and dies after an unsuccessful attempt to save him. First Wave: Lights Out: During the first wave, the Others release an EMP wave that takes out all electronic technology and kills half a million people by shorting out all moving vehicles , including planes in mid-flight.
Second wave: Surf's Up: The Others, realizing that roughly 40 percent of Earth's population lives within 60 miles of the coastline, drop enormous rods "twice as tall as the Empire State Building and three times as heavy" onto the Earth's fault lines , causing massive tsunamis that wipe out three billion people.
Third wave: Pestilence: The Others launch a scheme to infect as many remaining survivors as possible with a deadly virus. Using the Earth's birds as carriers via falling excrement , the plague claims 97 per cent of remaining survivors.
The virus, which resembles an advanced form of Ebola , causes victims to slowly bleed to death until eventually "you've become a viral bomb.
And when you explode, you blast everyone around you with the virus". Fourth wave: Silencers: After the 3rd wave, the remaining human population tries desperately to survive off whatever resources remain by looting , all the while clinging to the hope that "the people in charge", wherever they may be, are working toward a solution.
Eventually, this belief seems legitimate when an impressive battalion of soldiers with functioning vehicles arrives at the makeshift camp where Cassie, Sam, and her father are staying.
The soldiers and commander, however, only appear interested in the children and promptly load them onto waiting buses before ordering all the adults into the camp barracks.
Once the humans are surrounded, Commander Vosch orders a massacre and kills everyone at the camp. Cassie, however, narrowly escapes and witnesses her father's death by Vosch's hand.
At this moment, the 4th wave becomes clear: not all "humans" are actually humans. Critical reception of the book has been positive.
It received starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and Kirkus ,   and reviewers have noted that it has broad audience appeal, blurring the lines between young adult and adult fiction, and between genre and mainstream fiction, so that it cannot be easily wedged into one genre despite having many of the characteristics of young adult fiction.
The 5th Wave is the first book in a trilogy.
The Fifth Wave Weitere FormateNamensräume Artikel Diskussion. Daraufhin lässt Ben alle Implantate seines Trupps entfernen Blade Trinity die Soldaten desertieren. Weitere Bewertungen einblenden Weniger Bewertungen einblenden. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Just read it. The 5th Wave Movie - Official Site | Sony Pictures. Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth decimated. Cassie is on the run, desperately. The 5th Wave. In der Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Jugendbuchs von Rick Yancey spielt Chloë Grace Moretz eine Teenagerin, die sich gegen eine Alieninvasion.
The Fifth Wave Get A Copy VideoThe 5th Wave (2016) - Losing Family Scene (2/10) - Movieclips Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Der Film kam am And after the 3rd, only the unlucky survive. After the 2nd, only Ginger Costello lucky escape. Januar in die deutschen Kinos. Ben selbst kehrt unter dem Vorwand, der einzige Überlebende seines Trupps zu sein, zur Militärbasis zurück und erklärt Colonel Vosch, dass er die Pläne durchschaut habe. This book was a really intense read and once Perfektes Dinner Sendung Verpasst think you figured it out it all turns on you.
Critical reception of the book has been positive. It received starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and Kirkus ,   and reviewers have noted that it has broad audience appeal, blurring the lines between young adult and adult fiction, and between genre and mainstream fiction, so that it cannot be easily wedged into one genre despite having many of the characteristics of young adult fiction.
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Fate leads her to form an alliance with Evan Walker Alex Roe , a mysterious young man who may be her last hope. Forced to trust each other, Cassie and Evan fight for survival during the fifth assault from the invaders.
J Blakeson. Oct 16, Material Pictures, GK Films. Nick Robinson Ben Parish, Zombie. Ron Livingston Oliver Sullivan. Maggie Siff Lisa Sullivan.
Alex Roe Evan Walker. Maria Bello Reznik. Maika Monroe Ringer. Zackary Arthur Sammy Sullivan. Liev Schreiber Colonel Vosch.
Tony Revolori Dumbo. J Blakeson Director. Susannah Grant Screenwriter. Akiva Goldsman Screenwriter. Jeff Pinkner Screenwriter.
Tobey Maguire Producer. Graham King Producer. Matthew Plouffe Producer. Lynn Harris Producer. Denis O'Sullivan Executive Producer. Richard Middleton Executive Producer.
January 28, Full Review…. January 26, Rating: 2. January 25, Full Review…. January 24, Rating: 1. Cassie Sullivan Matthew Zuk Wounded Man with Crucifix Gabriela Lopez Lizbeth Bailey Anne Borders Julia as Bailey Borders Nick Robinson Oliver Sullivan Maggie Siff Lisa Sullivan Zackary Arthur Sam Sullivan David Maldonado TV News Anchor E.
Roger Mitchell White House Spokesman Charmin Lee Paulson Parker Wierling Jeremy Madison Staines Teary School Kid Tony Revolori Edit Storyline Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth in ruin.
Taglines: The fight for humanity has begun. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Cassie runs into Ben as she leaves the house party. During the conversation about phone cases, Ben says he has a Spiderman case for his phone.
Later in the movie, when the kid soldiers are training, Sam finds a Spiderman action figure, which is tied to a booby-trap.
One of the producers is Tobey Maguire , who played the role of Spiderman in three movies. Goofs Cassie is shot in the leg with a hunting rifle,yet there is no exit wound on her leg from such powerful rifle.
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Is somebody there? I'm bleeding. Help me. Cassie Sullivan : [ pushes the door open with her rifle ] Wounded Man with Crucifix : [ sitting on the floor pointing a pistol ] Drop your weapon.
Cassie Sullivan : You drop yours first. Drop it! Wounded Man with Crucifix : [ slowly sets his gun down and puts his hands up ] Okay.
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