I wonder why the stupid robot keeps on deleting my link for episode, it's not duplicated and it's not a violation of any kind! (if so, the others would be so too!) If it gets deleted for a third time, I swear I will... have to report it as a bug. xD
This is a good rendering of the end of the world. It has it's silly slapstick humor as well as some dark morbid stuff. I think Anna Kendrick is a star in any film she plays and works well with the material she has in this film. The movie isn't designed to be taken seriously but more of a laid back approach on how to handle the end of the world, biblical speaking. I laughed a lot and in other scenes the joke was lost on me. So it has a bit for everyone. If you are bored check it out 6 out of 10.
haha, I think I've watched this 3 times all the way through on Netflix, but I'll need quite a long break before getting back into it again. That said, I actually didn't expect much of it while it was on, I never assumed ABC made much in the way of quality television with this kind of genre; but after reading how JJ Abrams was basically given free reign on it, I gave it a shot. If you're on the fence about it, at least watch into the 2nd season! You might get hooked like I did.
You can skip the first 50 minutes of the movie. They try to have us spend time getting to know the four guys but it's mostly just annoying banter. At the fifty minute mark it starts to become the movie you probably wanted to start watching. It's all about shaky cameras, bad lighting and odd angles as to never catch what's really going on. It's not a terrible film if you skip the first hour. I'd give it 4 out of 10.
This movie felt cheesy and corny. I was expecting a darker, more athletic, unforgiving batman. What I got was more of a superman, ugh. I could say more but I wont reveal any spoilers. I'll give this a 6-7/10.