You would be able to explain everything once you had the key on how everyone has heard and replicated only fallacious stories! 😉 Such great friends and readers you are from the US, India, Canada, Brazil, Germany, Mexico, South Korea, and Thailand! 😉
I asked my daughter if she watched that movie, she answered yes with two of her schoolmates. When I asked her how she and her friends felt about it. She briefly said that, to a great extent, Sandra Bullock looked like “Michael Jackson” in her make-up.
The second thing was about the main character Sandra played, and the unknown symbolic object that was killing people, her argument was that “You never knew who or what was that thing, it was unexplained for viewers. It could be referring to technology or media and how it created isolation among people so when they became depressed they killed themselves or each other.
The more they get involved with the notions spread by the media, the more that they become in delusional status, even if they were not killed or dead, they would be as dead, coz their brain has become fixated around technology or whatever the media is ….”
Gina, my daughter’s friend was unable to give any guesses but she mentioned that the blindfolded eyes for all of them during the river’s battle was bizarre, but what wasn’t?
What do you think? Frankly-speaking, it is still entertainment.
It’s probably neither a family movie nor a kids’ film to watch, since it had many blood scenes. It is only for adults. 2½ stars would be fair. By the way, do you prefer to call it a box or a cage?