CONTACT (1997) Explained

  • Published on:  5/11/2018
  • Contact is a 1997 science fiction drama directed by Robert Zemeckis, adapted from the novel of the same name by the legendary Carl Sagan To purchase a copy of the Novel and Movie, head to - The film - novel - MEHey there folks!! My name is Niyat and this channel was created to assist in answering all your questions about Films, Comics and Popular culture in a fun and engaging way!Disclaimer: I do not own rights to any of the source materials I used in this work, appealing to allowance made for "fair use" purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research, under Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976.


  • Mr Meat flaps 1 years ago

    This movie is underrated.

  • @Phrancis5 Arrival has one thing on Contact:The alien's design.

  • @chakadoo It's great, until the disappointing end. I waited so anxiously to barely get a glimpse of what the aliens may look like, and it killed it. I still love the movie, but that part was cheap.

  • That Guy 1 years ago

    What a great film, they don't make movies like this anymore.

  • Dinesh Vyas 1 months ago

    They make comic movie, potty face thanos.

  • Mogul DaMongrel 2 months ago

    Broccoli Highkicks there was generally more thought placed into that generation of movies then modern day socio trends. Nowadays its cgi, action paction, sexy, etc, as it appeases the baser self. They just sell better then a thinking movie. Not saying i dont like alot of todays movies but you can tell the difference.More movies based on deep books back then, rather then childhood cartoons. They do the childhood cartoon remakes for instant cerebral nostalgic manipulation. Marketing psychology at its m...

  • Dan Jakubik 1 years ago

    Contact. One of the more intelligent and plausible science fiction films which tackles difficult subjects including social consequences, politics and religious faith.

  • Brennan Johnson an hour ago

    PhantasosX Games your explanation makes the movie suck even more. Really they spent all the money, went through all the effort and lives just to cover it up. Lamest explanation ever.

  • lordhaven111 2 days ago

    Don’t know if I would call it intelligent. It’s sort of a love story/god vs science.

  • siddharth nagar 1 years ago

    Contact is a fantastically, brilliant movieOne of the smartest sci-fi I have seen

  • eng3d 3 months ago

    No, it's not sci-fi. It happens when you take a real science book + Hollywood and an easily digestible crap (she is the good girl and everybody else is the bad/stupid/white-man/what-ever but is bad).

  • Rogue Ascendant 5 months ago

    And yet after all this years, humanity are not ready yet to venture the furthest unknown. And sentient alien life out there would not welcomed us as they see us still toddlers, stone age folks who still goes bloodshed to each other and unto to our own world.

  • siddharth nagar 5 months ago

    Contact is undoubtedly one of the best and smartest sci fi films ever

  • lurkerrekrul 1 years ago

    Alien 1: So how did your contact with... what's it called... Earth go?Alien 2: Oh you know, the usual, they built the machine, sent a traveler, I gave her some cryptic information and then sent her back with no verifiable evidence that she was ever here.Alien 1: Hahaha! Her race is going to think that she's nuts! Classic!Alien 2: Yup, it'll be centuries before they waste their time trying that again.Alien 1: So did you make yourself look like one of her species?Alien 2: Even better, I turned ...

  • Jeffrey Robinson an hour ago

    Well it’s a better joke then rectal probing.

  • Erik Green 4 days ago

    *Creates a way to prove experience* We may have underestimated this species.

  • Paula Kaye 4 months ago

    One of the most beautiful lines, "They should've sent a poet..."I've loved this film for decades now.... Thank you for reviewing it!

  • animalmother556x45 7 months ago

    ............"Why build one, when you can build two for twice the price?" When I was young, I always thought "that doesn't make sense", I have worked for the government for many years. It is fucking accurate. STILL doesn't make sense, mind you....but it is accurate.

  • llaauuddrruupp 2 months ago

    @I AM KURGAN A planet with a good government.

  • I AM KURGAN 2 months ago

    @llaauuddrruupp A better one? What planet are you living on?

  • Chris Leedham 8 days ago

    Carl Sagan's cosmos changed my life and perspectives and gave me a thirst for knowledge unquenchable..

  • David H 10 months ago

    Carl Sagan was the greatest ambassador of science to the public!

  • * 1 months ago

    ...and Telsa