#1
It was probably the worst movie I've ever seen in my life, people I was with agreed. The plot was full of holes, the acting was absolutely terrible and the characters were stereotypical to the point of being ridiculous. The most satisfying part of the movie was when Mrs. Carmody got shot and the huge ZOMGYOUGOTPWNT moment at the end of the film.
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#2
Agreed, gay movie.
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#3
Isn't that the movie where it shows how people would really react panicked and under pressure?

I heard it was sublime...
#4
i thought it was alright, ending was weird
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#5
I thought it ended really well.
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Isn't that the movie where it shows how people would really react panicked and under pressure?

I heard it was sublime...


Under pressure with social commentary focusing on religious belief, yes.
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#7
I thought that movie was great.
plot full of holes my ass.
maybe if you examined it somewhat more thoroughly you'd understand it.
it's a little out of whack and definately sci-fi, but it's all there.

steriotypical characters...hmmm, maybe it's because that's how people in small bumpkin towns are? and it shows how people react under panic, fear, and pressure greatly.
and religious nutcases. I clapped when I saw Mrs. Carmody get shot in the face by Ollie...man that was great, brought a tear to my eye.
and the ending made me scream in the Robot Chicken M. Night Shamaylan(sp?) voice "WHAT A TWIST!"

I gave it a 10 out of 10....but then again i'm easily pleased by movies

P.S. It's Stephen King, what did you expect?
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#8
Is that the one with Christopher Reeve?

If so, it was very average.

EDIT: Nope, didnt Have reeve in it, guess i havn't seen it
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Is that the one with Christopher Reeve?

If so, it was very average.

EDIT: Nope, didnt Have reeve in it, guess i havn't seen it

Haha, what in the world?
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#10
The ending was awesome though.
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#12
Greatest ending ever.
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#13
Oh god, no. I saw the preview for it when I went to see some other movie and it scared me so bad.
So no.
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#14
The story was probably awesome..... However what can you expect a movie to do with a good book?
I can see a good plot behind it, but the dialogue was so contrived and fake, and while the IDEA of the ending was good the whole screaming thing was pointless, didn't make sense and ruined it even further.
Mrs Carmody getting shot was the best bit though. The whole cinema applauded - except for those that had walked out.
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