Del is alone in the world. After the human race is wiped out, he lives in his small, empty town, content in his solitude and the utopia he's methodically created for himself - until he is discovered by Grace, an interloper whose history and motives are obscure. And to make matters worse, she wants to stay.Written by
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Okay, uh... all of the negative feelings... that everybody has, they just... wipe 'em off the spectrum entirely. Yeah. All the... grief and sadness. And, uh... anger, despair, guilt. These people shouldn't have to live with that shit, right? It's not fair. Right? So we're doing something about it. You keep your town nice and clean. It's great. And we do that with our people. They don't have to remember what happened before. They don't have to live in the past. There's no before.There's only ...
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The trouble with that movie is easy explained - top cast and top acting (Peter Dinklage, Elle Fanning) vs. a slow story with a badly executed "twist".
All in all watchable but with that scenario and those fine actors I Think We're Alone Now had the potential to be a new classic on the post-apocalyptic genre front, but the plot is very slow and especially the final act feels forced and rushed and not well thought thru (and its kinda cliche).
Anyway, all in all a rather ambivalent experience but still watchable - for fans of the genre and/or the actors.
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