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New movie 'The Last Mimzy' is exciting family adventure into mysterious phenomenaby Steve Hammons
Posted: 12:05 May 3, 2007
Teleportation, time travel, ESP, enhanced human intelligence and special abilities, psychokinesis/telekinesis and cosmic coincidences (synchronicity) emerge in unusual and wonderful ways in the new movie THE LAST MIMZY from New Line Cinema.
|The future is trying to tell us something
Cosmic wormholes and bridges, U.S. national security, the ecological future of Earth and the biological and genetic future of the human race are also some of the fascinating topics explored in this fast-paced and thoughtful film.
For those who might view this heartwarming family movie (rated PG) as simply an entertaining and imaginary story, think again … deeply.
Key people from Hollywood and the sciences have merged their knowledge and insights to create a movie experience that helps us understand what is happening on our planet and in our universe at this interesting time in human development.
The film is produced by Michael Phillips (CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND) and directed by Bob Shaye (LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy). Shaye is also founder, co-chair and co-CEO of New Line Cinema.
Between the production team and cast members, there are six academy award winners among those involved in THE LAST MIMZY.
Technical consultants include Dr. Brian Greene, Columbia University professor of mathematics and physics (a proponent of the “string theory” views of the universe) and Dr. Susan Smaller, UCLA professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, who specializes in genetics.
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
The movie begins far into the future as a teacher sits in a beautiful mountain meadow with her young students. She is telling them about a how the Earth and humanity had drifted into ecological and biological disaster long ago.
Back then, the DNA of the human race had been damaged and a brave scientist sought to go into the past to obtain DNA that held the keys to saving the humanity.
He sent special objects back through time through a cosmic bridge or portal … far, far back in time to the early 21st Century. And these “toys,” actually high technology devices, were found on a beach near Seattle by two young siblings.