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Ditto. "Not Too Bad!" I'm not sure you're supposed to exhale slowly when that happens (I think you're supposed to exhale all the way before you start that point and keep you're lungs completely empty until it's over if I remember correctly) but from what I saw and know, that was pretty much exactly the way it's supposed to go down. I can't even imagine what goes through the mind of the person that finds themselves in that situation. Insane.
A lot of good LOGICAL decisions being made, not like the usual Hollywood 'twist' clichés that aren't even 'twists', it's just a stupid, asinine, totally illogical, decision that one of the characters makes just so there can be a plot device called a 'twist' but in reality it's called bulls--t. Not that this movie didn't have those, I had a problem with a couple scenarios in the last third of the film, but this movie did keep those BS moments to an absolute minimum to the point that I can say, 'In my opinion this movie has shown the most logical way anybody in that situation would act if they were that person. In other words this movie has demonstrated real world decision-making by far than any, ANY, ANY! movie that I have personally seen to date or can remember seeing.'
This movie did have me in suspense for the better part of it, and by the time it was over I had to race to the baffroom to pee. Although I could have just drank to much Raspberry iced tea and it all caught up with me at the end. Whatever the case, there is "Sciency" stuff that goes on, but personally I LOVE science that deals with space, LOVE IT, so although I loved it, other viewers might not, or might just find it down right boring.
One part I didn't understand with the 'other computer'.
I would watch this movie again, after a while. I enjoyed the movie vary much more than I thought I would, and I honestly thought I wasn't in the mood for this type of movie and I was going to pick this up again tomorrow and finish it then (it's 2:40am now) but I was obviously vary engrossed with it and finished it off tonight.
One last thing, good acting on 'scarecrow' and the guy that plays a Mexican gang-banger/Arab terrorist on pretty much every movie I've seen (can't remember his name).
This is crack. Instantly addicted. Gets the Panty Shield of approval. This reeks of Dexter, only cyber vigilante instead of serial killer. My prediction is it will be laid out much like Dexter. Show revolves around a central case, the long con, sprinkled with him taking down the little unassociated fish each episode. The same as Dexter worked.
This movie wasn't so much slow as it was just a little underdeveloped. @moviepiratecat said it well. Can't say much without giving the suspenseful plot points away. I enjoy watching Rosamund Pike. Her mannerism, as @blazer0873 stated are fantastic. This British actress has a different "American" voice in this film than other U.S. movies I have seen her in. Her roles are usually characters who are very purposeful, studied, controlled and her voice will reflect that. But in this film, her voice and public personality is a little bit "chipper" which will give you reason to pause because her public persona belies a more controlled and a most particular person.
I have to say the biggest surprise was the song during the end credits. I waited for the credits to come up for the song and then had to look it up: Our Sleepless Minds by Near Surface. A Lebanese band that sounds like a cross between Guns-n-Roses vocally and music and lyrics were reminiscent of the dirge music from the same time period (mid-to-late 80's) - I got all heady and sent back in time. It was fantastic and now I am a fan of Near Surface. Thank you makers of Return to Sender!
If you guys like these, theres a guy on vimeo who seamlessly cut both these movies and the TV show together. Kinda put the best of both in there.
Search Berserk Redux if you're interested. That is all.
@Lelu I actually thought so too! When the interviewer asked him about future relationships, he gave a very grounded answer to the effect that he's age 65 and not thinking about such things. When she pressed him further, he said, "asexual." I thought that was a very insightful answer on his part, revealing his change is not about sensationalism or sex, but about his personal journey. And, I admit, before listening to him, I was thinking he was a freak.