- Aug 10, 2005
- Reaction score
http://www.strangethingsarehappening.com/left-behind-2014-review.htmlLeft Behind is essentially the worst Twilight Zone story ever...
Even The Wicker Man is less shameful than this...
You gave away the ending!Hey everybody, I've now seen Left Behind! It is rubbish! But not in a good way, I was hoping for a wacko laff riot and got two hours of extreme boredom. There's only about three chuckles in it, and one of those is a glance at a page in a diary. Nicolas Cage doesn't even get to go crazy, mostly he just stays in the cockpit of his plane and mopes. Then they have the cheek to end it with him saying "It's not the end... it's just the beginning!" Not if we have anything to do with it, mate.
Seriously, we were led astray, it's time to go back to the straight and narrow... Plan 9 from Outer Space... Valley of the Dolls... Endless Love... The Room... these are the Hollywood movies we should be celebrating as so bad they're good, not this garbage.
Most evangelistic Americans LOVE that movie. So if you want to get any insight on that Am. demographic, which is a large one in the US, watch the movie. This said, if you ever find yourself in the company of anyone from that demographic, don't ever, ever, ever say to them that you thought the movie was a comedy.I could really give away the ending if you want. Doesn't change my message - don't watch it! It's terrible! Don't give these clowns your money!
I wish I could say it was a comedy, it would have been entertaining then. Funny how the "dedicated" Christians can forgive so much terrible filmmaking as long as it delivers the message of faith (basically "We're the best!") that appeals to them. But Christianity is all about forgiveness, I suppose.Most evangelistic Americans LOVE that movie. So if you want to get any insight on that Am. demographic, which is a large one in the US, watch the movie. This said, if you ever find yourself in the company of anyone from that demographic, don't ever, ever, ever say to them that you thought the movie was a comedy.
...in anything, really.Weird seeing him
with that beard though.