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Poder sem Limites

Poder sem Limites
Poder sem Limites Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 70 reviews.
Em "Poder sem limites", três amigos ganham superpoderes após ingerir uma substância misteriosa. No início, usam estes poderes para brincar com os seus conhecidos, mas com o passar do tempo passam a assumir tarefas mais difíceis, adquirindo um senso de imortalidade e impunidade. A partir daí, são forçados a avaliar conceitos éticos e morais e a traçar o limite para o uso destas novas habilidades.
Elenco
Dane DeHaan

Andrew Detmer
Alex Russell

Matt Garetty
Michael B. Jordan

Steve Montgomery
Michael Kelly

Richard Detmer
Ashley Hinshaw

Casey Letter
Bo Petersen

Karen Detmer
Anna Wood

Monica
Crystal-Donna Roberts

Samantha (as Crystal Donna Roberts)
Lynita Crofford

Casey's Mom
Produção
Director:Josh Trank
Producer:Adam Schroeder (producer)
James Dodson (executive producer)
Greig Buckle (line producer: South Africa)
Katie Shapiro (associate producer)
John Davis (producer)
Writer:Max Landis (story) &)
Josh Trank (story)
Comentários para Poder sem Limites
New York Post
With great power comes the responsibility to make a decent movie, but the mysterious force running through “Chronicle” is the power to supersuck.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
7M Pictures
“Chronicle” is proof positive that the genre is imploding upon itself. By framing a superhero action movie in the found footage format, the filmmakers think they’ve struck something new. But it’s not new. “Chronicle” is as tired, boring and lazy as...
Hollywood
Chronicle, a dark sci-fi thriller about teenage superheroes, is a “found-footage” film, and it counts as one of the rare instances in which in which the increasingly prevalent – and increasingly maligned – technique is appropriately deployed, and not...
CinemaDope
We always knew that Clark Kent had trouble fitting in as a kid in Smallville, but the Boy of Steel’s problems were minor next to Andrew Detmer’s in this week’s “Chronicle,” a small find of a movie that reminds us that superpowers are swell but they can...
Screen Rant
With Chronicle, first time feature-film director Josh Trank tries to deliver compelling character drama and entertaining onscreen action – as well as prove that there’s more opportunity in the genre than just spooky jump scares.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Comentários para Poder sem Limites
New York Post
With great power comes the responsibility to make a decent movie, but the mysterious force running through “Chronicle” is the power to supersuck.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
7M Pictures
“Chronicle” is proof positive that the genre is imploding upon itself. By framing a superhero action movie in the found footage format, the filmmakers think they’ve struck something new. But it’s not new. “Chronicle” is as tired, boring and lazy as...
Hollywood
Chronicle, a dark sci-fi thriller about teenage superheroes, is a “found-footage” film, and it counts as one of the rare instances in which in which the increasingly prevalent – and increasingly maligned – technique is appropriately deployed, and not...
CinemaDope
We always knew that Clark Kent had trouble fitting in as a kid in Smallville, but the Boy of Steel’s problems were minor next to Andrew Detmer’s in this week’s “Chronicle,” a small find of a movie that reminds us that superpowers are swell but they can...
Screen Rant
With Chronicle, first time feature-film director Josh Trank tries to deliver compelling character drama and entertaining onscreen action – as well as prove that there’s more opportunity in the genre than just spooky jump scares.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Screen Jabber
Chronicle is not a hugely original story – this is ground well covered by comic books, and on TV by Heroes and Misfits. However, the combination of first-time director Trank’s imaginative use of the found-footage format, Max “son of John” Landis’s...
Aisle Seat
Chronicle fuses together the “found footage” genre and the superhero genre. It is the story of Andrew (Dane DeHaan), a teenage outcast who is routinely bullied at school and abused by his alcoholic father.
Reel Views
Chronicle is relatively unheralded, but it arrives at a time when this breed of movie needs an injection of originality. Like 2010's Kick-Ass, it exists beneath the superhero umbrella but seems nothing like...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
MSN
That makes "Chronicle" sound not all that terribly exciting, but the picture is in fact a reasonably engrossing and occasionally inventive piece of sci-fi schlock.
StarTribune.com
Teenagers acquire superpowers and, being teenagers, videotape themselves as they learn what they can do in "Chronicle," an entertaining comic-book movie without the comic book.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
The Film Yap
“Chronicle” sounds like the most boring title imaginable for a film about a trio of teens that acquires superpowers of might, flight and telekinesis. And while the film has a sly sense of humor and an exhilarative sensation when it takes to the skies...
Leia a crítica4 Fev 2012
NJ.com
Here’s what the director’s pitch to the studio was probably like on “Chronicle” — “It’s ‘Carrie’ turns into one of the ‘X-Men,’ except the guy from ‘Paranormal Activity’ is around to film it.”
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
The A.V. Club
The world didn’t need another “found footage” science-fiction/horror film, and though Chronicle slips the label on a technicality—viewers see the footage as it’s being shot, not after it’s discovered—the Blair Witch concept has become a dominant form...
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Atlantic City Weekly
Chronicle turned out to be a decent entry in the “found-footage” template created by The Blair Witch Project. That genre has been a rather popular device for low budget horror/sci-fi films of late (Paranormal Activity, Cloverfield).
Leia a crítica9 Fev 2012
Film.com
Chronicle is an entertaining and creative take on the concept of teenage superpowers. Written by Max Landis (son of John) and directed by Josh Trank, both twentysomething newcomers with much evident potential, the film is about a withdrawn high school...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
CinemaBlend.com
Lean and goal-oriented, with more than a few fresh ideas as well as an innate understanding of the hero's journey storytelling, Chronicle marks an auspicious debut for Trank and Landis, a strong argument for Michael B. Jordan as a bona fide movie star...
Shockya.com
Chronicle works. We get three main characters that are easy to fall for, a basic premise that’s exciting and also something you might have thought up yourself while daydreaming. At just under an hour a half, Chronicle is short and sweet, but perhaps...
Leia a crítica30 Jan 2012
iHaveNet.com
Teenagers acquire super powers and, being teenagers, videotape themselves as they learn what they can do in "Chronicle," an entertaining comic-book movie without the comic book.
madison.com
"Chronicle" gets dark quickly, especially as the put-upon Andrew finally comes into his own physically, if not from an emotional maturity standpoint. Long the victim of his alcoholic father's abuse and the bullying of his classmates, he finds himself...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Entertainment Weekly
Chronicle is a teen-outcast science-fiction movie told in the low-budget, found-footage style of The Blair Witch Project. As soon as you hear that, you may think, ''No thanks, I've had enough of those films.'' We all have, but Chronicle, I can say...
Leia a crítica11 Fev 2012
Film Freak Central
Josh Trank and Max Landis's Chronicle is so good for so many extended stretches that its flaws are all the more frustrating. It's too smart for its own good, presenting a superhero origin story without allowing any of its characters to ever once even...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
One Guy's Opinion
“Chronicle” starts out fairly promisingly, with DeHann drawing a nicely nuanced portrait of a kid who’s pretty much friendless apart from his more gregarious cousin Matt (Alex Russell). But after he, Matt and popular classmate Steve (Michael B. Jordan)...
Las Vegas Weekly
Applying the found-footage format to a superhero origin story, Chronicle aims to reinvigorate a familiar genre, but ends up draining almost all the excitement and wonder from it instead.
Leia a crítica1 Fev 2012
Filmcritic.com
When you hear that director Josh Trank and writer Max Landis (son of John) are out to reinvent the superhero origin story via Chronicle, their found footage sci-fi film effort, all kinds of warranted warning flags go up.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
“Chronicle” gets dark quickly, especially as the put-upon Andrew finally comes into his own physically, if not from an emotional maturity standpoint. Long the victim of his alcoholic father’s abuse and the bullying of his classmates...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Mark Reviews Movies
Chronicle features not one but two gimmicks. The first is assigning its three central characters superpowers—not just any superpowers but ones granted by a mysterious, glowing blue crystal buried deep in the ground.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Reel Film Reviews
A superior found-footage thriller, Chronicle follows three high schoolers (Dane DeHaan's Andrew, Alex Russell's Matt, and Michael B. Jordan's Steve) as they discover an unusual cave and are subsequently able to perform a wide variety of telekinetic...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
I really wasn’t looking forward to CHRONICLE, and I don’t think anyone can blame me. I mean a found-footage superhero film? Surely this was going to be one for the books, and not in a good way. Walking into the premiere, I buckled down and expected the...
ComingSoon.net
If you like superhero movies then this is required viewing for you. And I hope they do a sequel.
Mania.com
I can't say the found-footage format of Chronicle was particularly impressive, but the rest of the film is a minor revelation. Imagine the X-Men without Professor X or, more accurately, what three teenage boys with superpowers might look like in the...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Crave Online
A newish take on the “found footage” genre, which to date has been relegated primarily to horror world, Chronicle tells the story of three teenagers who blah-de-blah-de-blah and wind up with superpowers.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
stltoday.com
That makes "Chronicle" a semiserious sci-fi romp, lighter and more fun than many of the comic-book movies that it steals from, a superhero movie in which nobody ever crusades, or wears a cape.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Reel Advice
"Chronicle" at its core is a wasted film - a huge potential of greatness completely lost with a mind-boggling decision to go the found footage route. It is an unconventional film with elements that make it darker and deeper than your average superhero/sci
Leia a crítica1 Fev 2012
RogerEbert.com
"Chronicle" seems at first to be all goofing around. It's Andrew's tortured personal life that steers it into deep currents, although they have fun getting there. They are teenagers who must think they'll live forever. Not only do they go down into...
Leia a crítica1 Fev 2012
Metromix Chicago
Both a clever use of the found footage technique and a demonstration of its limitations, “Chronicle” is a satisfying enough B-movie mix of fresh and familiar. Using the camera as a window into Andrew’s worldview lends a novel feel to clichéd sequences...
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
NOLA.com
Here's what the director's pitch to the studio was probably like on "Chronicle" - "It's 'Carrie' turns into one of the 'X-Men,' except the guy from 'Paranormal Activity' is around to film it." Here's my pitch to you: See it.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Movie Web
Chronicle isn't your sub-standard found footage film- that may been its link to a genre but it uses the concept of hand held in the moment awareness as found footage does except it places not all footage together like its compiled by US government...
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Christianity Today
Chronicle is a surprisingly complex, personal, and dark video diary of three Seattle teens who mysteriously gain Jedi-like telekinetic powers. It's fast, fresh, furious and frenetic while managing to still be personal and moving at the same time.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
E! Online
It may seem like such a simple tweak but taking the found-footage subgenre out of horror (even Cloverfield was a monster flick) and into superhero territory opens the filmmaking up to a fresh new style. Granted, the first act does plays out like many...
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Philly.com
All of which happens in the early going of Chronicle, a thrillingly inventive take on an old genre, a fun story that turns increasingly dark, a nerd-boy fantasy realized with cinematic flair.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
IGN
Chronicle tells the story of three average kids whose investigation of a mysterious hole in the ground results in their gaining superpowers. It starts off with telekinesis, the guys levitating potato chips, Lego, baseballs and cuddly toys, and doing...
Leia a crítica20 Jan 2012
Eric D. Snider
"Chronicle" is an entertaining and creative take on the concept of teenage superpowers. Written by Max Landis (son of John) and directed by Josh Trank, both twentysomething newcomers with much evident potential, the film is about a withdrawn high...
filmjabber
Three Seattle teenagers develop super powers and do wonderful things with them, like scaring little girls and playing practical jokes on unsuspecting strangers, in the entertaining but far from great sci-fi action film Chronicle.
ABC Radio (Australia)
A film I literally had no knowledge of until it came out worldwide last week, the "found-footage" thriller, Chronicle is surprisingly fresh and original. Its basic premise is so good that it's surprising that it hasn't really been done before...
Leia a crítica17 Fev 2012
Empire Australasia
A stunning superhero/sci-fi that has appeared out of nowhere to demand your immediate attention.
Kc
การถ่ายภาพยนตร์เลียนแบบกล้องแฮนดี้แคม ถือเป็นอีกหนึ่งเทคนิคที่กำลังได้ความนิยมในฮอลลิวูด และถูกนำมาใช้เสนอเรื่องราวหลากหลาย ไม่ว่าเป็นเรื่องผี, ซอมบี้, สัตว์ประหลาด หรือแม้แต่ไปดวงจันทร์ ซึ่งล้วนแล้วแต่ทำให้เสมือนเป็นฟุตเตจที่ถูกค้นพบ ส่วน Chronicle
Leia a crítica1 Mar 2012
Film School Rejects
Chronicle is essentially a Carrie-inspired, teenage riff on M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable complete with high school dramas and a catering toward shorter attention spans. We’re witness to an origin story of both hero and potential villain...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Quickflix
There’s plenty to like about Chronicle – the latest in a long line of found-footage flicks to pour through the floodgates since Cloverfield smashed the Statue of Liberty’s head through it – but this seems to be a case where the medium obscures...
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
UGO
Chornicle follows three high school friends that develop superpowers after making an odd discovery near a party. The trio soon discovers that the power is just like a muscle; the more you work it out, the more powerful it will become.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
QNetwork Entertainment
Chronicle sometimes succeeds and sometimes fails in answering all of the above, which is what makes it such a mess, albeit a sporadically enjoyable, sometimes close-to-astonishing mess. The first problem with the handheld aesthetic is that it must be...
The Mercury
A film as good as Chronicle will not remain a secret for long. Best get in on the ground floor before the hype goes stratospheric.
Leia a crítica5 Fev 2012
SFX
Apparently, there’s an American version of Misfits in development. We say “apparently”, because watching Chronicle you may wonder if it hasn’t been made already. Albeit with a “faux documentary” makeover.
Leia a crítica27 Jan 2012
Real.com
The move from innocence to corruption in Chronicle’s narrative accumulates in one breathtaking climax, not because it’s riddled with any grand special effects, but because Trank sticks to the ‘caught-on-camera’ mantra...
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Toronto.com
As yet another found-footage film, Chronicle makes a good argument against further use of this tired conceit.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Time Out London
Does ‘Chronicle’ take found-footage movies to a new level? Don’t believe it. By the end, the trio are flying around like the Harry Potter kids after a night on the sherry. Which makes the idea that we’re watching events from the point of view of one...
doddleNEWS
The latest entry in the new sub-genre of “found footage” or “POV films,” Chronicle does its progenitors one better, by breaking out of the strictly horror mode of The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield and the Paranormal Activity series.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Boston Phoenix
Poor Andrew (Dane DeHaan) has more problems than any movie teenager deserves. He's bullied at school and abused by his father at home. Plus, his mother is dying and he's never been laid. Naturally, he records everything on video.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Movie Chambers
“Chronicle” is a heart-stopper! This sci-fi thriller about three teenagers who develop superpowers will rattle you right down to the soul. It’s great cinema.
Leia a crítica9 Fev 2012
MovieXclusive.com
Just when you thought Found Footage was only about horror and wonder if there's anything fresh that can be added into something so done to death, here come Josh Trank and Max Landis whose sheer imagination and creativity offered Chronicle as...
Cut Print Review
Well, that’s the idea anyway. Sometimes they end up more like Chronicle, a film that flaunts the found-footage frock, but doesn’t really know how to pull it off.
Leia a crítica2 Fev 2012
Science Fiction Flim
The low budget teen thriller Chronicle might have managed something interesting if they had focused on a script that didn’t pile cliché atop cliché . . .
Radio Times
Three teenagers gain extraordinary powers in this fabulous addition to the "found footage" subgenre (Cloverfield, Trollhunter). Grounded very much in the everyday, like stripped-down superhero fable Unbreakable, it follows a troubled nerd (Dane DeHaan)...
Digital Spy
Where some superhero movies preach that with great power comes great responsibility, Chronicle wonders out loud if wielding great power shouldn't mean that you get to do what you damn well please.
Leia a crítica27 Jan 2012
The Sun
IF you're going to enter the crowded superhero movie market place and don't have a comic book fan base, you're going to need a gimmick.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Koimoi.com
Adam Schroeder Productions, Davis Entertainment and Fox Star Studios’ Chronicle is about three high school boys who acquire superhero-like powers.
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Little White Lies
Chronicle starts in dutifully formulaic fashion: Angsty misfit Andrew (Dane DeHaan) decides to start recording his every waking minute in a bid to both protect himself from his abusive, Bourbon-breathed pop and to shun the high-school elite that has...
Leia a crítica1 Fev 2012
Dose.ca
In pretend "found footage" documentaries (The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield), there's a recurring problem every time things take a turn for the dramatic: Viewers start asking themselves, "Why is this still being filmed?" Indeed, in reality...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Sky Movies HD
As a wise man once said: “with great power comes great responsibility”. Alas, the super-amped trio of Chronicle are too busy having a blast with their new telekinetic powers to heed the words of an old fart like Spider-Man’s Uncle Ben.
National Post
Putting aside the awkward script, unremarkable acting, questionable direction and other problematic aspects of Chronicle, it bears mentioning that the special effects are actually top-notch. The flying scenes are convincing...
Leia a crítica3 Fev 2012
Matt's Movie Reviews
Chronicle is not a super-hero movie. Nor is it a formulaic found-footage movie. The depth of tis characters and focus on the effects of damaged people weilding God like ability makes this a whole different monster that should appeal to many different...
Elenco
Dane DeHaan...Andrew Detmer
Alex Russell...Matt Garetty
Michael B. Jordan...Steve Montgomery
Michael Kelly...Richard Detmer
Ashley Hinshaw...Casey Letter
Bo Petersen...Karen Detmer
Anna Wood...Monica
Rudi Malcolm...Wayne
Luke Tyler...Sean
Crystal-Donna Roberts...Samantha (as Crystal Donna Roberts)
Adrian Collins...Costly
Grant Powell...Howard
Armand Aucamp...Austin
Nicole Bailey...Cala
Lynita Crofford...Casey's Mom
Joe Vaz...Michael Ernesto
Matthew Dylan Roberts...Ernesto's Neighbour
Royston Stoffels...Pharmacist
Patrick John Walton...Park Ranger
Lance Elliot...Police Officer
Nadine Suliaman...School Flyer Girl
Pierre Malherbe...Police Detective
Allen Irwin...Redneck Trucker
Chelsea Nortje...Girl in Window
Francois Coetzee...Thug #3
Hendrik Kotze...Priest
Matt Adler...Newscaster
Robert Clotworthy...Newscaster
Daisy Tormé...Karen Detmer (voice)
Chrystee Pharris...Samantha (voice)
Daniel Booko...Costly (voice)
Byron Thames...Howard (voice)
Matt Nolan...Austin (voice)
Charles L. Campbell...Pharmacist (voice)
Popeye Vogelsang...Park Ranger (voice)
Steve Kramer...Police Officer (voice)
Ashley Peldon...School Flyer Girl (voice)
Paul Pape...Priest (voice)
Jeff Fischer...Thug #3 (voice)
Vanessa Lee...Waitress (uncredited)
Produção
Director:Josh Trank
Producer:Adam Schroeder (producer)
James Dodson (executive producer)
Greig Buckle (line producer: South Africa)
Katie Shapiro (associate producer)
John Davis (producer)
Writer:Max Landis (story) &)
Josh Trank (story)
Cinematographer:Matthew Jensen (director of photography)
Editing:Elliot Greenberg
Casting:Ronna Kress
Production Design:Stephen Altman
Art Director:Johnny Breedt (supervising art director)
Patrick O'Connor
Set Decorator:Fred Du Preez
Costume Design:Diana Cilliers
Makeup:Talia Barak (makeup artist)
Simone Stubbs (key makeup artist)
Megan Tanner (makeup department head)
Francesca Van Der Feyst (key hair stylist)
Rob Carlisle (prosthetics supervisor)
Zania Gerber (prosthetics)
Mathew Howard-Tripp (prosthetics)
Jason Human (concept artist)
Belinda Manwaring (prosthetics)
Gloria Wessels (prosthetics)
Production Management:Joan Kelley Bierman (post-production supervisor)
Theuns De Wet (production manager: second unit)
James Dodson (unit production manager)
Drew Locke (production manager: Vancouver)
Marisa Soneman (production manager)
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