Yes, that's right. NOTHING in this movie makes ANY sense at all. Oh no, not only the plot, which could had been decent - too bad this movie can be compared to someone having a recipe for chocolate milk and somehow manage to produce a pile of dung and broken glass (don't ask me how) - but the greatest annoyance by FAR is that there is NO explanation for the extreme irrational behaviour of every single human being in this movie. Fair enough, they get blinded. But I think the director missed the fact that there exist blind people in real life as well, and none of them are suddenly having manic seizures, loss of every other bodily function, death of logic, and a sudden desire for chaos, eventually leading to death apparently.
Don't get me started on the antagonists. Believe me, they're only put in this movie because someone read a brief explanation of what it is on Wikipedia. Their behaviour (as well) is so painfully incoherent with the events transcending in this movie, that I feel sick. I regret to my fullest watching the whole thing, and will now look for a Sci-Fi movie about regaining lost and wasted time. I was hoping for the movie to get better, like I did with 2012 Doomsday (the Christian movie, not the blockbuster), and I feel like a moron for being so naive thinking it couldn't be THIS bad. The greatest annoyance of all is that this movie has a **** 7.2 rating, and I hope the crack smokers and fanatic cast relatives are done voting now.
If I'm to pull anything positive from these horrendous 2 hours at all, it's that I can now tell people I've seen something classified as a "movie", that ends in "-Next time: (...)" Yes that's right. There's a sequel, and it was already planned in the making of the first one. Would be fun to see Braveheart cut in the middle of the movie, saying "Next time, on Braveheart 2:". Oh who am I kidding, that movie was actually good.