Arrival (2016) – “Common Ground” – Paramount Pictures

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When mysterious spacecrafts touch down across the globe, an elite team – lead by expert linguist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) – is brought together to investigate.

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20 Responses

  1. Ameri Canna says:

    This was so beautifully made advertising I found on another page. I had to come say thanks for making it.The very first thing I appreciated were the common ground everyone found in their smiles .My data stopped at .040 I didn't see how it ends, but the whiteboard and smiles won my attention.

  2. I will watch this movie if it's the last thing I do.

  3. Marulindda says:

    I need to see this movie ?

  4. Joe Martinez says:

    With the technology we have today I don't understand why we haven't done this already. I would love it.

  5. this was so cool, I dont care about the movie, just make a web series of this.

  6. This is my favorite advertisement

  7. Veeter99 says:

    I viewed this with headphones on. This would be so much better if the music track was not so prominent. It obscures a bit much. 20-40% softer would be a big plus.

  8. I don't know, the movie looked kinda lame and the social experiment was beautiful. The ad for the movie ruined the vibe for me.

  9. Erika Garcia says:

    I NEED TO SEE THAT MOVIE ITS BEAUTIFUL

  10. Zia Hikari says:

    The social experiment was too beautiful. I almost cried when the man crossed out his dad on the whiteboard.

  11. Blkpoca28 says:

    The dude with the australian accent is beautiful. who is he?

  12. Karen Brown says:

    Best at for anything I've ever seen on YouTube

  13. Rishia Lee says:

    Wouldn't it be great if we could/WOULD take this experiment/EXPERIENCE further?! I would TOTALLY do this!

  14. Bella Betz says:

    IS THERE LIKE… A FULL VIDEO ON JUST THE SOCIAL EXPERIMENT???

  15. Pardon says:

    Love the social experiment ad.However due to lack of diversity in cast. (No black women) I won't be able to view this film, seems you all are able to know diversity when trying to market yet can't seem to do the same for an actual film. Til then, I won't view. Any other black women reading my comment. I hope you too stand for your representation in film and media as well.

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