The Ending and Acting was Truly Atrocious, And Yes It's worse than Legion, It's probably even worse than prometheus,
It's That Bad!
But since There are no good actors: 0.5/10,
And That It's Worse Than Prometheus It's Less,
Oh Yes It's 0/10
The special effects are good for a movie that cost $10 million, but is that where all the money went? No money to fix that script which was probably written by one of those "aspiring" 12 year-old writers who badly want to be the next Hollywood legends by writing something which makes no sense.
The acting is very, very bad. I can easily say that I have never heard of any of the actors involved in the movie and they all did a terrible bloody job. I could've played ALL of the characters and I would still do a better bloody job.
If you can fit a truck through all the plot holes in Iron Man 3 - You can fit two hundred Death Stars in the plot holes in this piece of ass.
The dialogue is movie-destroying to say the least. The dialogue is worse than what you hear in "The Odd life of Timothy Green". I literally cannot describe the awful dialogue, it has to be heard to be believed.
From this point, I will be listing the plot issues and holes that demolish the movie. But to summarise - This is one of the worst movies ever made. Ever. It's shallow, incredibly stupid, badly written and filled with unnatural dialogue. If you have to have suicidal tendencies to watch Brother Bear 2; you have to be ready to shoot yourself in the face to watch this because that's the only way it will end.
*SPOILER TALK TIME*
At one point; the mothership gets nuked. The main characters watch it get nuked. The blast radius was only several blocks, why wasn't anyone blinded by the blast? And why didn't they die of radiation poisoning? Also, the mothership survives with no shielding whatsoever.
At some point in the movie, they reveal that LA is the last surviving city on Earth. If this was the case; how could they nuke the mothership in the first place? The human population is very, very little and no one has resources.
Remember how in 50's sci-fi they used to tell you that the aliens want your brains? Well, same case here. It took us quite some time to move past this cliche and in return we got more realistic scenarios like "The aliens want resources" or "World domination" or "Universal conquest". Why go back to it?
Some time in the credits when the main characters are all eaten, they start to set up a sequel by implying that a character who was turned into an alien would remember his eaten girlfriend and starts flipping shit at other aliens. What's the point of the conquest? They have eaten all the brains in the world.
The aliens attract people with a glowing blue light which cracks people's faces. If someone saw another person stare at the light; wouldn't they know not to stare at it and as a result; not be abducted?!
If the abduction requires someone to stare at the blue light; why doesn't everyone pry their eyes away from the light? They can't be abducted if they don't stare at the light.