They 2007 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Must say that I disagree with the reviewer above about the movie being branded as ‘trash’. Yes, as crazy as they do so often come, and there are those moments in the movie, that merit that, mind you, there is also some very totally uncommon spiritual components too, that may be easily over looked. The ever determined, simi-militant minded, ex-Air force, mountaineer and his patient, free-spirited girl friend find themselves trapped and eventually driven to the point of near destitute measures to secure survival at such odds along with their John Denver-looking, hippie friend who just so happens to have a soft spot for UFO’s and a knack for joking around. The other two fellows are hardly noticeable accept in their frustrations. I apologize if I can’t recall their exact names to mention here but their character roles speak for that. (The mountaineer bares a distant resemblance to Stiffler from Road Trip (1998)) And at some point late in the movie he admits that in spite of not being cut out for the military, he begins to fathom his very existence or how long he has left. Their hippie friend seems to keep his cool throughout the duration of the suspense and his pranking whims keep his continence afloat. The hammond organ and some of the kitsch electro-sound effects is what really contributes to this movie and keeps the tone sneaky and sinister at the same time while there is a signature sound of genuine Folk-mountain melody, warm yet uncertain. Amid the cheesy smoke balls, the tacky concave disks that we’re supposed to believe as being extra-terrestrial, the struggle, in itself, never strays away from being on point. It is practically the whole emphasis here. But perhaps at the end of the movie when we are at a lose for what is about to happen and having to wait so long, two kindred souls seem to be brought together and a creepy, message seems to evoke almost like: they who persevere in spirit lived on while those that existed on impulse fell behind. It is a mere glimpse but one that will echo in your mind long after!
About They (2007)
Starring: Nick Holt, Debbie Pick, Karl Wallace, Paul Bentzen,
Director: Bill Rebane Ito Rebane,
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