Year One (2009) 1080p YIFY Movie

Year One (2009) 1080p

After being banished from their tribe, two hunter-gatherers encounter Biblical characters and eventually wind up in the city of Sodom.

IMDB: 4.96 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.90G
  • Resolution: 1920x1040 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 97
  • IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Year One (2009) 1080p

Zed, a prehistoric would-be hunter, eats from a tree of forbidden fruit and is banished from his tribe, accompanied by Oh, a shy gatherer. On their travels, they meet Cain and Abel on a fateful day, stop Abraham from killing Isaac, become slaves, and reach the city of Sodom where their tribe is now enslaved. Zed and Oh are determined to rescue the women they love, Maya and Eema. Standing in their way is Sodom's high priest and the omnipresent Cain. Zed tries to form an alliance with Princess Innana, which may backfire. Can an inept hunter and a smart but slender and diffident gatherer become heroes and make a difference?

The Director and Players for Year One (2009) 1080p

[Role:Director]Harold Ramis
[Role:]Michael Cera
[Role:]Olivia Wilde
[Role:]Jack Black

The Reviews for Year One (2009) 1080p

Reviewed byinteleartsVote: 6/10/10

This is nowhere as bad as some are making out - it has touches ofPython and a lot of Mel Brooks - it is pretty lazy in places with toomuch adlibbing - at least I hope it was adlibbing...

But this is pretty good entertainment - and it's not really aboutcavemen - it's about the Old Testament set mainly in Sodom - and it iskind of like Life of Brian - though clearly not in the same class.

One can understand why marketers don't want problems with an upsetcongregation, but at the end of the day this works pretty well as bothbroad comedy and a gentle satire.

Considering that I was expecting a total donkey with a side order ofturkey this was pretty much a fun film - and no where near as bad asI'd heard. Can be watched without loss of brain cells...

Reviewed bybrwindsorVote: 3/10/10

The trailer was funnier than the movie. I was somewhat looking forwardto seeing this film, and was greatly disappointed when it turned out tobe completely awful. There were some funny moments, but they wereswallowed up by the sheer stupidity of the rest. I seriously doubt thatfans of Black or Cera will be pleased with this film.

I was lucky enough to see this movie at a free pre-screening. Thatmakes me pretty happy, because I would have been distraught if I had topay $7.50 to sit through this mess. The plot was very contrived, andthe historical humour fizzled out after the first twenty minutes. Therest of the movie relied on a myriad of sexual innuendos that wereoverused and abused. Overall, the movie became very unenjoyable andalthough there were a few laughs hidden in there, they could not makeup for the rest.

A laugh-filled review of ancient history: grass shacks to gilded palaces in 97 minutesReviewed byChris KnippVote: 7/10

Year One is a broad but quick-witted costume comedy by Harold Ramis, who wrote Animal House and directed 'Caddyshack' and 'Groundhog Day'. The American critics aren't happy with it, though if Monty Python had made it, which isn't impossible, they'd be a whole lot more enthusiastic. ('Life of Brian' and 'Apocalypto'were both inspirations.) Ramis succeeds very well in his purpose, which is to entertain and make us laugh. There's a range in the humor from the crude to the subtly satirical. Ramis dips lower than the Brits and doesn't fly as high, but there's some wit and for a few moments the Old Testament gets taken for a bracingly wild ride. The basic joke, well emphasized in the colloquial dialogue, is the contrast between the modern sensibility of the two protags and the ancient settings they roam through.

Ramis gets off to a good start by combining the crude, boisterous Jack Black and the dry, fey Michael Cera as buddies from a stone-age tribe: they make a good contrast, Black's invincible confidence set off against Cera's restraint and exquisite timing. Zed (Black) and Oh( Cera) are outcast members of a hunter-gatherer village: Zed is full of bravado, daring to sample the apple of the tree of knowledge, for all the good it does him (which is none), but still a totally incompetent hunter. Oh is a multi-talented gatherer, the smartest guy in town, though as he says, "that's a low bar." Oh was the one who thought of using gourds to drink out of instead of cupping one's hands ("it just seemed practical"). Oh and Zed, Cera and Black, provide a running series of jokes about masculinity and intelligence throughout. Ramis has fun with Cera's girlish voice and soft face. He's still the smartest guy around -- and also a big guy, towering above squat, plump Jack. Oh's also unmistakably interested in girls, proclaiming himself to be a "male virgin," a status he is aiming to lose. But his looks mean he has to watch out for Zaftig the bald eunuch (Kyle Gass) and the flaming hirsute high priest of Sodom (Oliver Platt).

Dramatically different levels of civilization coexist in Ramis' ancient times, as they do now. 'Year One' is a quick run-through of some early stages of human history. The neolithic pals quickly run into some farmers with domesticated animals, who turn out to be a nastily squabbling Cain and Abel, and some mean Biblical fun begins, leading from fratricide to the discovery of the tiresome old blowhard Abraham. His son Isaac (Christopher Mintz-Plasse of 'Superbad'), whom they save from being sacrificed, emerges as a rebellious pot-smoking teenager who likes to sneak off to Sodom to party (as what teenager wouldn't?). When Zed and Oh hears about this sink of depravity they can't wait to go there themselves, despite Abraham's condemnation. Anyhow they have to escape Abe's clutches before he circumcises them, a new idea they don't particularly fancy.

Things go on in this vein. A lot of the action takes place in Sodom. The Old Testament Hebrews are just a stopover on the way, though they pop up again later. It's a wild ride for Zed and Oh, who go from wearing animal skins to giving oil massages and losing their virginity backstage at a palace revolt. That elaborately staged scene (the budget was $60 million) shows Ramis shot this more like a Biblical blockbuster than a penny-pinching Python flick, and the changing costumes and hair styles are fun. But I'll be honest with you. Jack Black is wearing a bit thin (metaphorically, that is), and it's chiefly Cera, with his casual, throwaway delivery of the best lines, who breathes freshness into this.

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