“Annihilation” 2018 Sci-Fil Thriller Movie Review – The Horror Show

The guys review the movie “Annihilation” starring Natalie Portman!


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Goku MegaMan says:

Also I think the movie is about Self Destruction and Mariage.. Natalie Portman also ruined her relationship with Oscar issac when she was cheating on him and he knew that so that’s why he volunteered to go

edward D says:

You three need to rewatch it again, the ending set up a sequel like a pro

Goku MegaMan says:

I think the alien wanted Natalie Portman to survive and probably reproduce.. with Oscar Isaac if reminds me of the Thing where the alien just wants to survive

Kevin Ketchie says:

I too found it similar to Arrival but LOVED this movie so much more. THAT BEAR SCENE was worth the price of admission alone. Period. End of story. That scene was one of the most chilling things I’ve seen in years. I can’t remember the last time something “horrific” actually shook me to my core like that. Fucking loved it. The ending didn’t bother me like everyone else but the subplot did. I wanted more weird shit from The Shimmer but overall a solid, solid sci-fi flick. Great review guys

Jose Ortiz says:

this movie was close to a masterpiece

John K says:

Uh, why the fuck do you have a spoiler section and only use it to talk about a fucking bear?

shiny311 says:

“I like him as a human being.” Quote of the year

Adam Rutkowski says:

I was told the movie is different from the book in enough ways to anger the fans of the book. The author of the books has gone on record saying he loves the movie and how it’s been interpreted/changed for the sake of making a movie. This is the Douglas Adams philosophy that every different medium can have its own validation to tell its own story within that medium, time, and space 😉

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