Terminator: Dark Fate ^ Ending Explained

The Terminator was released on October 26, 1984, by the hands of prolific director James Cameron. Today – 35 years later the story returns with another chapter to the big screen with Tim Miller as director, yes, the same Tim Miller that directed the 2016 hit, Deadpool.

Working head to head with writer David S. Goyer, Miller has given a spectacular twist to the plot, precisely departing from what did not work in rather neglected deliveries such as Rise of the Machines, Salvation and Genisys. Now, if you didn’t quite catch the aforementioned twist, or did not quite follow the time travel issue, or you did not quite understand the new terminators thing, you are in the right place, because without further ado, we will analyze and explain what really happened on Terminator: Dark Fate.

1 ^ Does Terminator: Dark Fate have post-credit scenes?

No, it has no post-credit scenes. So once you see the name of Tim Miller on screen, and if you have no intention of listening to the soundtrack – which could certainly be much better – run away from that movie theater.

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie | Ending Explained

El Camino is considered, without any doubt, the most anticipated Netflix film this October, and even this Fall on the web platform. After all, we are talking about the sequel to what is considered the best TV series of all time, Breaking Bad – after the thunderous failure of the end of Game of Thrones – a sequel in which we would finally see what happened to Jesse Pinkman, Walter White’s original partener, after Felina’s rough events, the end of the series, originally broadcast on September 29, 2013, on AMC.

Now, if you want to fully understand the events that Vince Gilligan, the creator of the entire Breaking Bad universe, shows us in the hands of Netflix in its 122 minutes, keep on reading, because right now and without further ado, we’ll dissect and analyze everything that happened on El Camino.

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Brightburn | Explained

What would happen if Kal-El, Krypton’s last son, instead of growing up to become a legendary superhero, had become a sadistic megalomaniac killer?That’s the question director David Yarovesky used as a reference for his first feature film in Hollywood, by the hand of producer James Gunn known for his directorial work in Guardians of the Galaxy. The name of the movie? Kind of interesting, Brightburn .

But Brightburn is far from the narrative tone of a superhero movie, exhibiting a darker tone of suspense, terror and tragedy, kind of similar to Brian de Palma’s Carrie, in 1976.

Now, if this narrative style left you with one or another question, or one or two questions, do not worry, because now we will analyze this movie deeply.

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The Curse of La Llorona | Explained

What would you do if one night what you thought was just a character in a story to scare children is watching you from the other end of your bed? That question -we as adults sometimes think about, specially when we are home alone – is the question American director Michael Chaves uses as the backbone for his star leap from editor and special effects artist, to director on the sixth feature film in The Conjuring Universe (TCU). The name of the movie? The Curse of La Llorona, a nod to the latino heritage starring one of the most famous ghosts in the folklore south of the Rio Grande.

So, if you are not familiar with the tale of La Llorona – The Weeping Woman, or maybe you watched the entire film and ended up with some questions, do not worry because right away and with no further ado, we are going to analyze in deep what exactly was going on in this movie ¡Let’s Explain!

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Mirage | Netflix Movie | Explained

There are two choices: the selfish one and the selfless one. In the first one, you and only you win, in the second one, everyone, except you, wins. Which one would you go for?

We ask ourselves the questions above, way more often than we really like to admit, and those are the questions spanish director Paulo Oriol ask himself in the european thriller Mirage, one of the Netflix additions for the beginning of the 2019 spring season.

But, in addition to its thriller parameters, Mirage includes one more mind-blowing element – time loops. So, if you were left with more questions than answers, once the credits roll, do not worry because 1) you are not the only one, and 2) we are gonna solvo those questions right away, and with no further ado, here in this post ¡Let’s explain!

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