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End game is a satisfying ending to the MCU. It still can be awkward at times with the tonal changes, a lot of the jokes are hit or miss, the fan service is groan worthy, and the final fight hardly feels any different than that of Infinity War. But, it sends off the hero's that we've been with for over a decade in a heartwarming manner, is fantastically paced, and serves as a satisfying conclusion for the universe. If only it actually were the ending of the universe.
The comparisons that can be made to The Happening of all movies should not be comparisons you ever have to make for any film. An unclear but all-too-present danger, horrible acting so bad that it's the best part of the movie (Malkovich), being both way too predictable and incredibly incomprehensible at the same time. Why in this day and age you'd make a film with such a similar premise to a Shyamalan film and expect it to turn out well is beyond me. All I can say is that I wouldn't be surprised if this director got to make an adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, and this director could only maybe to slightly better than M. Night did.
With a strong beginning, it right off the bat shows you it has the balls to do more extreme things than have ever been done in the franchise.Within minutes, its dripping in blood, and the onslaught begins. Sadly, a strong beginning cannot save an absolutely horrid script, with an accompanying and equally poor screenplay. Awful comic relief characters, strange changes in tone on the turn of a time, Laurie doing the most idiotic things, and luck being the defining factor in spite of years of preparation. This is no redemption for the horrible sequels, unless you consider being mildly better but still awful enough to be considered redemption.
Quite possibly the most haunting and disturbing film I've ever seen. It feels like you're watching the origins of Ed Gein in a different body. Props to you Nicolas Pesce, you've created a film that I can never forget.
I was able to predict the ending 15 minutes into the movie. It follows the exact same plot as every other cheap horror movie. The only thing making this film stand out above something like The Boy is that there seems to be a somewhat competent director able to get a decent performance out of the actors.It's definitely not the worst out there, but if you've seen any crap horror movie made in the past decade, you've seen this film.