However, if we're meant to be seeing everything unfold from Malorie's point of view, it makes perfect sense that we would know as little as she does. The most common complaint I'm reading from user critics here is the lack of answers at the end of the movie. Why is there no symbolic explanation for all the events occurring? Not even a religious one? Just bring it into the room. Due to unseen deadly forces, the perilous journey must be made blindly. Netflix said last week the movie was seen by during its debut week — the best performance by any Netflix original show in its history. Regardless, the movie would have been pathetically bad even with different casting. The rules of the game are pretty simple: put on a blindfold and attempt to do everyday tasks.
They can effectively dismantle society, forcing people to commit suïcide but you can not enter a building? The survivors are made up a gay Asian, an Indian, Hispanic, couple of black dudes, fat white chick, mean white guy and Sandra B. Random nutters making the situation worse just because they can. Otherwise, decent cinematography and acting by Sandra Bullock, John Malkovich, Trevante Rhodes, and the little girl are the only things holding this movie together. As ridiculous as this all sounds, , so at least we have that. And if this task is so important to them or the creatures controlling them, why is this not explained? Why are there infected people not comitting suïcide but, however, why are they malevolent to the uninfected? Why use a genious actor such as John Malkovich and let him blatantly die in such a dull, anticlimactic and useless way? The cast includes , Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich, and Sarah Paulson.
Why do people find this film scary? Note that I have not read the book, but if the story there is as unpolished as here, I will definitely never read it. It's not a cheesy B rated movie, and it has a few popular name actors who deliver quality performances. So they can do whatever they want? It must be hard for people who live off of giving movie reviews if they have to encounter a movie like this on a regular basis. The entities can make you hear voices of close people, dead people, yet, 5 years into the apocalypse, it still comes as a surprise to the main charachters, what a climax, eh? It kept me from looking at my phone for two hours. The lack of proper explanation really detracts from the performances of such a great cast. Her personality split came when she was being held captive by a mysterious group in Sokovia for nearly two years. They are all in his house moaning at him and the wife was very much 'it's his house and he let you in to save you so stop giving him grief or do one'.
Bier uses the camera itself more as the monster, and then hints at their presence, but you never get a good look at them, which is fair for a movie where if you look at the monsters, you go insane and kill yourself. So it would have been the wrong decision. I thought the ending was lovely. Those flaws are self-inflicted by lazy and unimaginative script writing. At 2 hours it's much too long and boring.
Why is not shown how they eat, sleep, live, these 5 years? I've even seen directors comments on these endings saying we wanted to leave it up to your imagination. The problem is this movie is just pointless. I had to agree with her. Far to many Sci-fi movies ending this way these days. Matters only get worse as the movie is packed with the usual stereotypical supporting characters such as the gay guy, the obnoxious white guy, and the comedic chubby black guy. Go back and see it a second time and pay attention. Worth a watch but don't expect too much originality or satisfaction at the end of it.
Ot wander through a dense forest blindfolded, leading two tint children, also blindfolded. Why is this even remotely believable? Walking through a dense forest blindfolded? The film made me watch it through untill the end because the music and sound design was great, the cinematography was great and I kept hoping for some kind of symbolism or at least some clue about what the heck was going on. Not every single film needs to give answers to every little thing. The climax comes however, when their safe house is invaded by the infected, and the protector lays down his life as anticipated allowing Bullock to flee down the river blindfolded heading to the compound. This would have made a great short; instead it is bloated and just plain annoying. Naturally, most people who have taken part in the challenge have uploaded videos of their results to social media, and even the hosts of Good Morning America.
Firstly, what everyone else has noted. It's just a bad movie. Why do these little birds survive all these years, being mangled in this tiny box? Why does the group which is roaming around outside have two identical grey cars? While Misty is operating in Chinatown, she consults with a detective from the local precinct, and he commiserates with her on how they both keep having to deal with these superpowered people -- the people with glowing fists down there and the super-strong and bulletproof Luke Cage back on Misty's turf in Harlem. Bird Box stars Sandra Bullock as Malorie, a woman who has to navigate a post-apocalyptic world overrun by creatures who compel anyone who sees them to take their own life. These babies are adding up.
Why do Malorie and Olympia give birth at the same day and at the exact same moment?? Why do you need it explained? I read on Twitter that people could not sleep for days after seeing this. This film was amazing in every aspect; directing was perfect, acting was outstanding - especially from the all star cast, and the writing was great! Watch Bird Box Movie Online Blu-rayor Bluray rips are encoded directly from the Blu-ray disc to 1080p or 720p depending on disc source , and use the x264 codec. Although there is a twist at the end, the twist does not make up for the structural flaws. Why do you only have the same pump action shotgun after 5 years and not at least a bit more arsenal? There are some fantastic short films out there that most mainstream viewers are never exposed to. There is never an explanation, not even a subtle hint.