Love and Monsters Reviews

  • 13h ago

    Not the most logical movie, but it does not disappoint in the "awwwwwww" factor! It's a fun and warm fuzzies kinda flick...and, when the movie is done, you're not kicking yourself for time wasted!

    Not the most logical movie, but it does not disappoint in the "awwwwwww" factor! It's a fun and warm fuzzies kinda flick...and, when the movie is done, you're not kicking yourself for time wasted!

  • 1d ago

    This movie had a little bit of everything including major creep factor and science. It’s one of those films you have to watch more than once just to pick up a little more detail each time.

    This movie had a little bit of everything including major creep factor and science. It’s one of those films you have to watch more than once just to pick up a little more detail each time.

  • 2d ago

    I enjoyed this fun little movie. It adds a nice twist on the Apocalypse genre by adding Giant insects instead of zombies. It's still a pretty basic story, but kept me entertained. It has some cool special effects, nice pacing of the story and has some funny parts.

    I enjoyed this fun little movie. It adds a nice twist on the Apocalypse genre by adding Giant insects instead of zombies. It's still a pretty basic story, but kept me entertained. It has some cool special effects, nice pacing of the story and has some funny parts.

  • 2d ago

    Really entertaining in an unexpected way.

    Really entertaining in an unexpected way.

  • 3d ago

    Seemed like it was supposed to be a B movie, but actually was pretty solid. Solid acting, decent plot, decent special effects, and overall pretty funny throughout.

    Seemed like it was supposed to be a B movie, but actually was pretty solid. Solid acting, decent plot, decent special effects, and overall pretty funny throughout.

  • 3d ago

    Such a refreshing cinematic experience given the turmoil each of us has faced this past year. Dylan O'Brian is a vastly underrated actor at this point and the man may have a franchise on his hands. Michael Rooker has recently taken up the most infectiously interesting roles and really appears to have great things in store for the sci-fi genre. Joel Dawson starts his day like any other day ending with his girl friend, but this night they witness a gigantic asteroid careen to Earth causing catastrophic chemical fallout. The fallout quickly spreads resulting in every cold-blooded animal mutating into larger more dangerous creatures immediately making human survival above ground unfeasible and nearly impossible. Joel and his girlfriend Aimee are separated when the evacuations are in progress, in the escape both Joel and Aimee lose both of their parents forcing the two into separate factions underground or elsewhere to survive this monsterpocalypse. Seven years pass and the two still separated, the thought that Aimee may still be out there and alive is really what keeps Joel going and the pure driving force of his being. Joel is lonely and this feeling only compounds by the day as his fellow colony members are survived by each significant other. Messing around with the radio as Joel is known to do he finally gets in touch with Aimee only to learn she is doing fine and residing in a coastal colony of her own creation some 80 miles away. Falling for her again as if it was pre destined, Joel rides these emotions when he decides to set out on land to reach his lost love, monster-infested world be damned. If the very beginning of his journey he meets a enigmatic middle-aged man and a very young girl, the two save Joel on more than one occasion while showing Joel more love and comradely than he's ever experienced since the incident. Also providing Joel with vital knowledge and know-how on surviving in this new apocalyptic world and also helping him develop a sort of survival guide. With this vital new awareness, Joel very may well now have the juice to reach his goals.

    Such a refreshing cinematic experience given the turmoil each of us has faced this past year. Dylan O'Brian is a vastly underrated actor at this point and the man may have a franchise on his hands. Michael Rooker has recently taken up the most infectiously interesting roles and really appears to have great things in store for the sci-fi genre. Joel Dawson starts his day like any other day ending with his girl friend, but this night they witness a gigantic asteroid careen to Earth causing catastrophic chemical fallout. The fallout quickly spreads resulting in every cold-blooded animal mutating into larger more dangerous creatures immediately making human survival above ground unfeasible and nearly impossible. Joel and his girlfriend Aimee are separated when the evacuations are in progress, in the escape both Joel and Aimee lose both of their parents forcing the two into separate factions underground or elsewhere to survive this monsterpocalypse. Seven years pass and the two still separated, the thought that Aimee may still be out there and alive is really what keeps Joel going and the pure driving force of his being. Joel is lonely and this feeling only compounds by the day as his fellow colony members are survived by each significant other. Messing around with the radio as Joel is known to do he finally gets in touch with Aimee only to learn she is doing fine and residing in a coastal colony of her own creation some 80 miles away. Falling for her again as if it was pre destined, Joel rides these emotions when he decides to set out on land to reach his lost love, monster-infested world be damned. If the very beginning of his journey he meets a enigmatic middle-aged man and a very young girl, the two save Joel on more than one occasion while showing Joel more love and comradely than he's ever experienced since the incident. Also providing Joel with vital knowledge and know-how on surviving in this new apocalyptic world and also helping him develop a sort of survival guide. With this vital new awareness, Joel very may well now have the juice to reach his goals.

  • 4d ago

    Way more fun AND funny than expected!

    Way more fun AND funny than expected!

  • 6d ago

    Very funny, interesting, and original and does not end like your normal boring love quests. It's a must see and is probably my new favourite easy watch movie

    Very funny, interesting, and original and does not end like your normal boring love quests. It's a must see and is probably my new favourite easy watch movie

  • Jan 15, 2021

    Really liked it! The monster CGI looked really good. The acting and casting was awesome! I would love to see a sequel. It was a really good movie to watch with the family.

    Really liked it! The monster CGI looked really good. The acting and casting was awesome! I would love to see a sequel. It was a really good movie to watch with the family.

  • Jan 13, 2021

    A magnificent adventure. A wonderful and creative film.

    A magnificent adventure. A wonderful and creative film.