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This movie went places I never expected it to go and, more importantly, it portrays everything the way it was without sugarcoating the group's lowest moments.
30 Days of Night is a movie that has you very interested in its first half and then screws itself so much, you are left with nothing but anger and wasted time.
The movie has an amazing setup. Right out of the gate it presents you an environment that feels very much like The Thing, a setting that is severely underdone. It starts building the characters alongside mysterious killings, which has you thinking it's going to be an "infected" movie in an arctic setting. While you are sitting all happy and excited, thinking 'finally we got a spiritual successor to the 28 Days/Weeks' this movie stands up, slaps you across the face and says 'no, it's a vampire movie so sit down and watch an hour of these scary vampires being scary'.
Despite the flaws of other Fast and Furious movies, I love and enjoy them to death. Tokyo Drift, however, is ruined by the painfully horrible performance of the main character.
So he saved the chick and then they banged. That's the point where I stopped watching my pirated copy of the movie. America needs to update their writing.
This movie is amazing. I loved the presentation, the acting is great, CGI is not top-notch but there's not too much of it, most of the effects are practical which is definitely a strong point. There's a bunch of slow-motion but it is not only done right, it makes sense within the universe. I'm personally a big sucker for the whole dystopian, cyberpunk-like worlds so I really loved the universe, if you are too this is a must-watch. Basically, when the movie ended I left with the need to see more.