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Lots of fun for both myself my 10 & 13 year olds against all the pre movie negativity this was actually a well done funny and at times scary flick. I definitely recommend it and so do my boys.
Haunting and elegiac with a powerful sense of ennui this film presents a stark vision of the emptiness of society driven by greed as viewed by two vampire lovers. They watch as the world crumbles as humans (referred to as zombies) have damaged it to the point where their own blood has become poisoned. Through their long lives Adam and Eve have learnt from and taught great scientists, writers and musicians all long dead. This is not a film for those who enjoy violence or bloodshed there is none of that here, it is rather a thoughtful examination of the changing and damaged world we live in and how to survive in it. Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton and John Hurt present their vampires as wistful creatures existing in the world but separate from those around them. Only Eve's sister Ava acts like a modern human and she is the most destructive of them all.
A wonderful retelling, excellent casting I love this movie and my children enjoyed it as well. Since watching The Hobbit they are now enjoying watching LOR . So glad Peter Jackson was at the helm and who knew dwarves could be super sexy Thorin, Fili and Kili are definitely not Gimli's.
A thoughtful and affecting film, showing the myriad of different ways that people cope with the impending doom of all life on the planet. At times laugh out loud and at others achingly sad, then sudden moments that shock. It really did make me think not a film for everyone but I really enjoyed it.