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The Midnight Meat Train (2008)
I've wanted to see this movie ever since it came out, just got around to watch it today. Now after seeing it I agree with my friends, was a good movie except for certain plot "holes" first of: Humans tend to be a bit less fragile then some of the bodies they banged up, and hitting a head from the side don't make it tore of that easy and roll away up in front of the body and lie down without any injury on the skull itself.
Second: The butcher seams to forget something in his apartment just as two people tries to get in, and of course he is so quiet, no one hears him come back in. Then again! Sure this might happen, but the way it did in this movie just made the script stink.
third: Sure that the police is in on it.
forth: Why the **** does it have to end with him taking over the butchers job. Really! I would after seeing my girlfriend being cut open not just fall into place and become the new "psyco-killer-butcher" I would most likely cut of the head of both the train driver and the cop.
So What I really want to say is that I hate this ending, even though the rest of the film was good except some minor glitches in the script. Im glad I didn't see it on the silver screen.
They could have made such a better ending which didn't involve killing the girl and making the main character in to the next mindless zombie doing the things he set out to stop.
a bit to fast for greatness
I did like this episode, I really did, However! I need too agree with a lot of other Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles lovers. Derek deserved a better death, sure that sometimes blow up characters death scenes too much and destroys the episode all together. But still! He deserved a bit more fighting before he died. I do wonder what the writers been talking about when it came to killing off one of the main characters. One less character in the show, 7 to go. Will it end with John Connor standing there all alone in the end? Lets face it, I believe they've killed of 3 or 4 characters this season depending how and who you count. Anyway... Rest in peace Derek...
House M.D.: Wilson's Heart (2008)
Wounderfull and sad
I my self must say that this ending has really taken its place in my heart. Though sad for what happens as I did hope for a better outcome for certain individuals.
**SPOILERS below!!!** Not sure if I've ever cried so much in a series before... Specally not for Amber thats been a real b****. Guess I felt for both Wilson and Amber. Really! Wonder where everyone will pick up in S.5? Wonder if House will blame himself and go even further to close people out, will House ever forgive himself as it seams that he blames himself for what happened. Will Wilson ever be fine again, will he forgive House? As it looked right at the ending when he stands looking over House... That he blames Gregory for Ambers death. Questions and even more questions.
A meaning of live
After seeing the film, I can honestly say that it is worth seeing. How a guy can be so superficial and take such a long time before he realizes that he almost gives up on real love, and his music.
If you like romantic comedy, then this is a movie you should see. At least if you are a Swede! :)
Acting was great. Camera-work was real good. same goes for music, script and editing. I even shared a tear.
See it and judge yourself as I can only say what I like and I loved it. its already on my "must buy" -list.
A short notice
I've just watched the "Director's Cut", and there I did see the main difference between the two endings of this movie. Of the two endings, I love the "Theatrical Release" as Mike Enslin survives and make up with his wife and move back in with her. I think this feels like a bigger win over the room then having to see him die as he does in the director's version. Thats me anyways. This movie feels as a greater success when Mike survives instead of dying in the end. So all in all! loved him living and winning then having him dead and a strange winning ending. Hope I don't sound to weird. ;)
10/10 "Theatrical Release" 9/10 "Director's Cut"
District 9 (2009)
could have gone deeper
I liked the feeling they went for when trying to shot it as a documentary/different news feeds. And to make it all believable which I personally think that the director managed to do, making us believe that this actually happened. I liked the idea that for once the aliens could find another part of this wide world instead of the U.S which every alien seams to land in for some unexplainable reason. (U.S.A has the 3rd largest landmass, Russia and Canada is in 1st and 2nd place. And not to mention, China is about 34.460km2 smaller. Part from these 4 we have about 190 more countries, so our planet isn't small at all). Anyway to move on with my review before it sound like Im jumping on the states. I did find the scenes to be very well done, same goes for the CG's. However! They could have included more information in the beginning, as of now it felt rushed through and could have easily been 15-20 min longer (I know that other feels that way too). All in all, characters where well preformed, scenes nicely done, plot was done with great precision that too, showing how power and greed corrupts people. Even how it was forbidden for the aliens to even posses their own technology, and humans tried to R&D them, weapons lead to power, power leads to money, money leads greed. According to me they did manage to make the movie all believable and true in its own way. One final note! After seeing the movie it feels like a prelude to a sequel.