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audience Reviews

, 66% Audience Score
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    This movie is different. There is no blood, zombies, drama and those killing. People who didn't like this movie, doesn't understand that.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    It was enjoyable, dragged at bits and the characters and plot line had some gaps but a good story.
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    SPOILERS Pat: Mother was absolutely awful and she has no redeeming qualities, its a shame that dad and son had to put up with her terrible personality. Lazy directing also from every jump cut making insanely loud noise. Monke: the monster had no clear cut rules, from the beginning of the movie we see Larry have no clear understanding of his abilities. What if someone says no to being Larry's friend? Do they just die and the movie ends? The mothers sacrifice also was not gratifying given she had such a poor relationship with everyone. It doesn't even seem bad to live in the "upside down" given she can still interact with her son. Same thing about the Lazy Jump Cut Insane Noises posing as jump scares, cheap directing.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Horror movie with almost no body count and that made me cry at the end...how on earth is this possible? Found it quite frightening, sticking to its concept all the way down the line and taking time with its scary scenes. Nice set ups, clever directing ideas made up for something that might resemble Mr Babadook but felt more effective for me if less clever. The reflection on sreens and the loneliness of people in modern society may appear too conspicuous but it still an interesting approach of the matter through the perspective of autism. A good midnight movie to enjoy alone or with friends and pop corn.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Well done, much better than I expected.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    It's a great movie. It really touched my heart . One of the best movies.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    No me convence mucho su tratamiento del autismo, que a ratos es más leve o más fuerte y casi roza el ser un poco desconsiderada en este aspecto, y también cae en más de un momento en ser demasiado formulaica, pero sí que es verdad que consigue crear varios momentos de autentica tensión y terror y sus personajes no están del todo mal creados y no caen en los archetipos de su visionado es altamente entretenido.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    It was an interesting movie. Had my attention throughout.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    It's was reallyyyyyyyy goood That i like it
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    Everybody acts like morons. The ending makes no sense and ruins the rest of the movie in retrospect. The climax proves 2 things: Larry can be reasoned/bargained with, and Larry is willing to settle for someone other than Oliver. That being said, why did Larry do all of this to abduct Oliver when he was willing to settle for anyone, even people that don't struggle with loneliness such as Sarah? Couldn't he have just abducted someone that would either willingly go or just not put up much of a fight? And since Sarah was trying to reason with Larry, why didn't she just point that out in order for him to fuck off and settle for someone other than her or Oliver? And then the final scenes ruin everything even more, because it removes the sense of sacrifice and if anything means Oliver will always be able to interact with his mom AND we never get a conclusion for Oliver's dad despite him BEING THERE IN THE FINAL SCENE. And we also don't know what her and Larry have been doing in Larry's virtual world, so dead again it doesn't give us enough information about her existence to make you feel bad or even get a feeling of sacrifice. And that brings me to another thing... THE MONSTER FUCKING SUCKS. This lanky, school shooter lookin ass SCP-096 wannabe has a overused design, a hilarious name unfitting for a horror monster, and an inconsistent set of powers. He can run faster than and then jump on top of Marty's car, but he can't catch up to Sarah and Oliver in the climax when he's at full power. And aside from his awful motivations he isn't intimidating since we don't know anything about him, such as: Can he be hurt by things like knives and bullets, how fast can he run, how strong is he, and how smart is he? None of these get answered, and an overused horror cliché continues with the fact that over the (at least) 3-4 day period this takes place over Sarah nor Marty decides to carry a gun, knife, or any self defense weapon available to them. And then there's the obvious solution that anyone would have immediately done once they start taking the threat seriously: incinerating that gotdamn tablet instead of just leaving it in an easily accessible room for my kid to access. And the moment I learned it can be viewed from other devices, I would then just destroy all of my electronics period. But wait; isn't Larry supposed to be a metaphor? Larry in the film is the self proclaimed "Embodiment of loneliness" brought on by people's fixation on screens. This would be relevant if that had anything to do with Oliver's interpersonal problems. The reason Oliver has interpersonal issues is because he's an Autistic Mute, not that he likes his phone. In fact, the phones actively help him interpersonally by allowing him to use his talking app and also there's the fact that several times in the film he bonds with people like Byron via SpongeBob. So if the film was trying to have an anti-phone message, it fails horribly. I would also like to note the fact that the story relies on the viewer to forget that special ed classes exist, making Oliver's issues with his classmates bullshit. I mean really Sarah, you got a reclusive, autistic mute so slow that he summons gotdamn monsters with his sheer social issues and YOU DON'T put him in special ed classes? Is Sarah incapable of common sense? And I don't understand why even after she knows about Larry she doesn't keep Oliver by her side very often, leading to a shit ton of problems. What do you expect your mute son to do to let you know he's in trouble, scream? TL:DR Awful monster that has a dumb name and inconsistent abilities, moronic parents, and a baffling lesson. Just watch the Babadook, it's a way better version of the movie.