Did you end up with more questions than answers after watching Netflix Original How It Ends? Do you really understand what happened on the West Coast? What destroyed Seattle? Did the credits roll and you had no idea what the hell was going on? Don’t worry, in this post we will try to answer all those questions and a few more. Just keep reading.
1 ^ What the hell happened on the West Coast of the United States? What destroyed Seattle?
Let’s go step by step. What Sam (Kat Graham) and Jeremiah (Mark O’Brien) told Will (Theo James) is that there was a strong telluric movement, accompanied by thunderous sounds, which then gave way to a tsunami of gigantic proportions. Now, what caused the earthquake and the subsequent tsunami? The film takes great care not to detail the exact nature of what happened but gives many clues. Continúa leyendo How It Ends (Netflix Original) ^ Ending Explained
Before we start, let’s make something clear – in this post we will not criticize, or review, or rate Mute, the most recent Netflix Original Film. We will take care of that later. For now – and considering the length of the film (126 minutes) and its convoluted plot – we will try to put together all the pieces that british director Duncan Jones (Warcraft, 2016) left for us in this movie, so we can finally see the big picture.
Without further ado, let’s start analyze and explain the so-called Blade Runner rip-off titled Mute.
1 ^ Why can’t Leo speak?
One of the curiosities of this film is that its main character, Leo (Alexander Skarsgård) Continúa leyendo Mute ^ Ending Explained
Dark is the first Netflix Original Series coming from Germany. Yes, that enigmatic, complex and wonderful country in Central Europe. And as you might expect from an original production from a country where quality, efficiency and creativity are more than guaranteed, this new series already shines among the prolific library of the popular online content platform, mostly because of early positive reviews.
However, let’s skip the technical review of the series for another time and let’s try to figure out what really happen along the first season, because with the high count of characters, the intricate plot and the outstanding twists, I bet more than a bunch of people watched the last episode wondering what the hell was going on. And yes, that’s why we are here, because without further ado, we will analyze and explain the first season of Dark.
1 ^ What is the theory Dark was based on?
Dark is a series based on a philosophical concept called Continúa leyendo Dark (Netflix Original Series) ^ Season One Explained
What happened to Monday? Or Seven Sisters as it was titled in Europe, is one of the additions of August in the online content platform Netflix and since its premiere it has received kind of positive reviews, considering that, well, it is a Netflix movie.
On the big pluses of this movie, according to the movie critics, is the excellent mix of a suspenseful thriller and a terrifying dystopian film. But this mix, and also the high count of characters and high paced plot might have confused some viewers creating several questions, specially about the final scenes. If you are one of those viewers, you’re in the right place.
With no more delays, let’s explain the ending of What Happened to Monday? and so much more.
Oh, by the way, SPOILERS ALERT.
1 ^ When does the story take place?
The story takes place in 2073 as we could see near the end when Nicolette Cayman (Glenn Close) announced she was Continúa leyendo What Happened to Monday? ^ Ending Explained
Directed by Oren Uziel, Shimmer Lake is one of the new additions in Netflix this June, with some degree of success among the viewers thanks to its kind of unusual way to tell the story.
Shimmer Lake relates the series of events that takes place after a bank robbery in a small town in northern USA. The funny thing is that these facts are presented on the screen in a reversed chronological order. The film begins on Friday, the moves to Thursday, then Wednesday and finally we are told what happened on Tuesday, the day of the robbery.
Although all the elements of the film are well within the average standard for a Netflix Original, including performances (except perhaps Stephanie Sigman and Benjamin Walker), the interesting thing about this film and what it is worth analyzing and explaining is the chronological order of the facts. So. let’s do it.
1 ^ Around 2006
About ten years before the events of the robbery, Zeke Sikes (Benjamin Walker), Ed Burton (Wyatt Russell) and Chris Morrow (Mark Rendall) were Continúa leyendo Shimmer Lake ^ Chronological Order and Ending Explained