The thing I liked was how some of the monsters had human teeth. That one little detail made them about a hundred times more disturbing. I also want a gif of Giant Cthulhu because that thing was awesome. The way he appeared wasn't as entertaining as the chomp scene in Cloverfield, but the overall design was light years better (imo). Maybe even the best I've seen.
What kept me from taking the ending seriously wasSpoiler!
Oh yeah, and just remembered my question about Giant Cthulhu. Wtf would that thing even eat? Whales maybe? It's not as scary once you realize it probably died of starvation twenty minutes after you saw it. Still looked awesome though.
Really want to see Cloud Atlas, it looks like the type of thing I'd love.
I like Cloud Atlas as a novel, but I've read too many bad-to-tepid things about the movie, and that trailer did nothing for me.
As for The Mist's ending, it works for the movie, a nice stinger to cap things off, but I prefer the "into the unknown" ending of the short. Doesn't really matter which one is better since:
In the movie version:
In the book version:
I didn't much like the movie ending, felt like something of a cop out compared to the rest of the movie. A really good adaptation though, pretty much captures how I imagined things would go.
I can't believe there are 4 movies out simultaneously at the theater that I actually want to see.
Scratch Taken 2 and go see Wreck It Ralph. Haven't seen neither, but from what I hear, Taken 2 is not worth watching in the cinema
To me, Taken wasn't even worth seeing in the cinema.
Yeah, the original Taken is crazily overrated. It's serviceable, but I don't get all the love it garnered.
It's not the sort of film that draws me out of the building or my monies from my coin purse.