I saw this on youtube and wrote it off as BS. But if that sketch is accurate, It really makes me wonder if it was intensional.
Edit: ??? "C r a p" is censored on this board???
That video..... the way he edited it I thought my eyes were actually seeing a hidden image... until I rewound it and saw what he did: Digital augmentation.
I also saw another video that reveals that Toho Ltd. is going to make more Godzilla films, but not until 2013... That's the best entertainment news I've heard in a while.... aside from the announcement 2 years ago about Peter Cullen voicing Optimus Prime.
Did you listen after all the credits and music and before the lights were turned on?
Tuba, the last pic reminds me a lot of Cthulu..... did I spell that right?
While I haven't seen it yet..I needed to make sure you see the monster in it. And what it is supposed to look like.
ya its weird so it still lived maybe a second one somehow ?? and to every one who seen it y does the girl who getts bitten expload??? i really didnt understand that was is like a invection exploading pareisit in her blood ?? any help on that one
There will be plenty of Cloverfield movies in the future. This one was just from the POV of the people getting stomped by the monster. The next one I am sure will concentrate on where the monster came from and why things happened in this 1st film. See....they can't answer all your questions in the 1st movie. Than there wouldn't be a need to see the sequels. The producer JJ has already been quoated to saying this is "America's Godzilla" and "there will be more movies to follow"
I saw it today. It was alright. I looked for something falling from space in the last scene, yet I missed it.
saw the movie last night. though i went in thinking it was going to be a let down i was pretty impressed. i can't normally do the handheld video thing, but if this movie had been filmed any other way it wouldn't be as powerful. The special effects are fantastic and it kept my attention. There were questions left unanswered and a lot of people i watched it with were pissed, but i think since we as viewers were supposed to be the common civilian, we too were left in the dark like rob and beth and all them. all in all it was pretty sweet!
I thought it was a great movie. It's funny now going back and seeing everyones ideas and concepts of what the monster was going to be abd to see how far off they were.
I have to say I was disappointed. Ususally they leave a big twist or something cool outside of the trailer, and this movie didn't. Pretty straight-forward run / blood / scream flick.
I did wait thru the credits and the 'it's still alive' , although we didn't know for sure - was expected in a cliche sort of way.
Question: At the end when the creature 'ate' the camera man, didn't it seem smaller than a creature capable of destroying NYC? And why wouldn't it just eat him whole?
Did anyone else pick up on the thing falling out of the sky into the ocean when they cut to the last Coney Island shot? I didn't but it was pointed out to me later.
The movie was fantastic
The dv cam worked great. it was a total separation from the spoon fed hollywood ****. there is no foreshadowing or camera angles to spoil the chaos. 15 minutes into the movie you forget you're watching a movie, it's then a fascinating documentary of trying to survive a disaster.
i can't even call it great acting because it was completely different from acting. i can imagine the actions and reactions of the characters to be true to such an extraordinary event.
as far as creature design it actually follows some true to life biology, as far as hosts living with parasites that do not harm them, but can harm others.
even the little character development was fine, and the relationships believable.
definitely buying this one.
might even go see it again this weekend.