Overshadowed by the much anticipated sequel to Breaking Bad , El Camino, Fractured has turned out to be this fall big surprise on Netflix. Of course, you could not expect less from a film by Brad Anderson, the same director of The Machinist, the acclaimed 2004 film starring Christian Bale.
And like all the films where Anderson works as a director, there is much more at stake than what we get to see on screen, for this reason and without further ado, we will now explain not only the ending, but everything that happened on Fractured. Keep on reading!
What would you do if society expected you to behave in a way that – because of your mental condition, your hormones or your upbringing – you just can’t?
What happens when society corners you precisely because it cannot understand that aspect that makes you different? Those are the questions director Todd Phillips – recognized by the trilogy of Hangover – , based on the plot of Joker, a film that even before its release had already generated controversy and frequently was a huge topic on social networks, for taking distances from the films associated with the characters of comics, and also for its particular perspective on violence.
Now, if after watching the movie you have any questions, doubts or questions, you have reached the right place because right now, and without further ado, we will explain what happened in Joker. Keep on reading!
Some months ago, one of my little cousins saw in my book collection the colorful cover of It, and somehow he thought it would be a great idea to read it. Of course, having read that book myself just a few weeks before, I warned him that it was NOT a children’s book, just like any of Stephen King’s books I have read so far.
In the tall grass is another very good example that Stephen King does not write stories to be read before sleep, much less if he writes in the company of his son Joe Hill, who has much less scruples when filling a blank sheet with scary stories.
And although Netflix – by the hand of director Vincenzo Natali – made some key changes to the plot to make the film less – say – uncomfortable than the original material, it is still quite terrifying, and yes, kind of confusing as well. If that happens to be the case, do not worry, because now and without further ado we will explain what happened in In the Tall Grass. Keep on reading!
What would you do if the world as you know it, where humans have the supremacy and can handle nature at will, suddenly one day ceases to exist? What if an act as simple as communicating through speech ends up becoming a death sentence?
Those are the questions that American director John R. Leonetti (Annabelle) attempts to answer in his most recent film, a horror flick aptly titled The Silence – based on the 2015 novel of the same, written by the british autor Tim Lebbon.
Now, if as it usually happens in movies of this genre, you have been left with one or another doubt, question or need of clarification about this film, do not worry, because right away and without further we will analyze it in deep. ¡Let’s Explain!
Part 2 of one of Netflix best shows if finally available with eight episodes, that definitely will give fans and newcomers a lot to talk about in the next weeks and probably months. Yes, after 827 days of a long, long wait, The OA is back, and it is back to answer all the questions left in in 2016, and to confirm and debunk a lots of crazy theories.
But The OA would not be The OA if all the questions would be solve, and new ones would not be asked. So if you are stuck in one of those new questions, or definitely you got lost in some of the Twin Peaks – esque plots of this second season, do not worry, because right away we will analyze and explain in deep everything that happened in this new eight episodes ¡Let’s start!