Chaos Walking Full Movie Download online leaked by Telegram, Netflix, Tamilrockers,1377x ,A dystopian world where there are no women and all living creatures can hear each other's thoughts in a stream of images, words, and sounds called Noise.

Director: Doug Liman

Writers: Patrick Ness (screenplay by), Christopher Ford (screenplay by) 

Stars: Tom Holland, Daisy Ridley, Demián Bichir

Based on the first in a trilogy of young adult novels by Patrick Ness, "Chaos Walking" is a science fiction western set on a colonized planet where men's thoughts can be heard by others. That's a fertile starting place for a genre film, and the premise is intriguingly visualized by Ness, co-screenwriter Christopher Ford, and director Doug Liman ("The Bourne Identity," "Go"), with characters' thoughts and feelings swirling about their heads in a purple-blue, wreath-like haze that evokes scientists' models of how airborne infections are spread. Every character with this affliction suggests a mood ring when seen from a distance. There are shots of angry mobs where you can see their bad thoughts pulsing. We also hear individual thoughts in snippets of voice-over narration, popping in and out of conversations in the manner of an anxious comic book character's thought balloons ("Keep walking, keep walking," "Don't let them know she's in the barn!"). This is all referred to as "Noise." 

We're getting ahead of ourselves—this review hasn't even described what the movie is about yet—but it's easy to do, because "Chaos Walking" is more satisfying to think about than it is to watch. A team-up of two Disney franchise stars, Tom Holland (aka the MCU Spider-Man) and Daisy Ridley (Rey from the "Star Wars" sequels), "Chaos Walking" takes place some time in the future. Earthlings have left their degraded homeworld to seed new systems. Holland's character, Todd Hewitt, is the naive teenage son of a farmer (Demian Bechir) in a small village, Prentisstown, on a backwater planet. The colonists here appear to have been forgotten about. 


There are no women in sight. We're told that the indigenous population killed all the women (including Todd's mother) during a war between themselves and the colonizers. The mayor of the village, Mads Mikkelsen's David Prentiss, has built a religion of enforced, ritualized hyper-masculinity, with men affirming that they derive strength from The Noise around their heads, chastising themselves and each other for showing weakness and expressing feelings, and persecuting any man who does on grounds that he's "acting like a woman."