Tomorrow, When the War Began Reviews
full of stereotypical teenagers, horribly done army that is suppose to invade the town and just poor logic and decisions throughout the whole story.
The characters had no connection and it felt like a made for TV movie that was rated R for what? The fuck since the violence is nothing compared to normal television.
only thing it had was a budget that made the special effects believable.
I say skip
A mixed group of eight Australian high school students go on an adventure on the other side of a huge ridge called Hell by the locals. When they return, their town appears to have been invaded by Asians. They band together to try and discover what is happening and survive the situation to ensure they are not captured also.
"You shall not pass!"
Stuart Bettie, director of I, Frankenstein delivers Tomorrow, When the War Began. The storyline for this picture is very straightforward but fun to watch unfold. The characters are pretty good, though frustrating at times, and the script was average. The acting was poor and the cast includes Caitlin Stasey, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Lincoln Lewis, Phoebe Tonkin, and Chris Pang.
"She wasn't much older than I was but she was just as scared."
We were scrolling through Netflix pictures and decided to give this one a shot. The characters were just okay and really lacked the depth to grab the audience. The script was just okay but the action scenes and drama were well presented. Overall, this is a very average picture that isn't a waste of time.
"Hell was the only place for us now."