What is the movie Cloverfield about?


What is the movie Cloverfield about?

10 Cloverfield Lane2016The Cloverfield Paradox2018

How scary is Cloverfield?

The movie, which has been in a vortex of rumors for months, is actually pretty scary at times. It’s most frightening right after something Very Bad begins to happen in lower Manhattan, and before we get a good look at the monster, which is scarier as a vaguely glimpsed enormity than as a big reptile.

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Is Cloverfield bigger than Godzilla?

The monster in 2008’s “Cloverfield” appears to be between 250 and 300 feet tall, about on par with the tallest versions of Godzilla. So Clover (as the monster has been affectionately dubbed by fans) would give The King of the Monsters some trouble, but would definitely be seafood to the Big G.

Who owns Cloverfield?

Bad Robot Productions
Cloverfield (franchise)

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Starring Various (See detailed list)
Production company Bad Robot Productions
Distributed by Paramount Pictures Netflix (Paradox)

How much did it cost to make Cloverfield?

25 million USDCloverfield / Budget

Can you watch 10 Cloverfield Lane without watching Cloverfield?

Given that the new film isn’t a sequel to the 2008 monster movie hit, it’s fair to wonder whether or not you need to see Cloverfield before 10 Cloverfield Lane . Any Cloverfield fanatic will tell you that you absolutely have to see the original before buying your ticket to 10 Cloverfield Lane.

Does Cloverfield say the F word?

As far as the other content goes, there isn’t really any sexual content, and the language is very infrequent, although Michelle utters a completely unnecessary use of the notorious “F” word just minutes before the credits roll.

Is Cloverfield for 11 year olds?

The film features explosions, gunfire, shootings and death as well as some gruesome imagery (rotting pigs, a woman’s frightening face). There’s also some language, as well as all-around tension until the true threat is revealed at the climax. This is probably fine for tweens and older.