Sym_ wrote: »
anyone with an attention span greater than a 5 year old's should really appreciate this movie
well written, good pacing, EXCELLENT acting, and incredible twist at the end
must see imo
fabionbackbitch wrote: »
was this the first movie you've ever seen? The pacing was terrible. It was beyond boring. Score was awesome, cinematography was awesome, the twist wasn't all that groundbreaking. I saw that shit comin' an hour before. The first hour and a half was AMAZING! Right around the storm is where I was like "alright, gtfoh".
spit_fiya wrote: »
Pure garbage...too predictable...just lame...would rather watch paint dry...I thought the place was suppose to be haunted or he was trapped inside and everyone was let loose and he had to escape.
Sym_ wrote: »
i disagree with everything you said, no point in arguing we'd be going back and forth forever
the real twist is what he says at the end, not the "revelation"
reaperbong wrote: »
SMH @ some of ya'll with the attitude like you got it all figured out.. it's that simple huh? Scorsese himself said his goal was to make two movies, it can go either way. IMO he was sane all along and it was a brainwashing scheme. now if you go back and watch it with that in mind it makes perfect sense. my wife on the other hand had the total opposite interpretation.. this movie is deep and you got to be real simple to think you had it all figured out half-way through and the ending is cut-and-dry like that. this is one of those rare movies that makes people look stupid because it will fly right over your head while at the same time you're arrogant enough to think they got it all figured out.
BTW this is one of Scorsese's best films, critical and popular consensus proven. if you think otherwise you're in the small minority.
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