This is my blog. I always have to watch something before doing my homework, whether it is a movie or TV show online or one that is currently airing. Yes, I am a procrastinator, but I love to come home from a long day and just relax, soaking in the story, my eyes transfixed to the screen. For you to read and enjoy, here is a blog about my thoughts on whatever I watched. (and other relating topics)
Last Sunday I went to see Red Riding Hood at a 3-story theater in San Francisco. I went because not only did I want to see it, my mom wanted to see it as well. What a mistake that was. May contain hints because I don't think it can be considered as a spoiler. Read at your own risk.
More plot twists, near death experiences, and a dramatic ending makes this season finale episode one of the best. Warning: If you have not yet watched the previous episode, you will not understand this recap (obviously). Also, a recap means SPOILERS!
The trailer said it all. A man who stumbles upon the "Adjustment Bureau", an organization that dedicates itself on keeping people's predeclared fate on track, is told not to chase after the girl of his dreams.
The movie concept was very original, from what I know about movies. But it seemed like it was trying to ride on the hype of Inception, in the sense that both are mind boggling and challenge you to think. The actors were perfect though, very convincing.
The movie itself wasn't very good though, as I said, the whole plot was pretty predictable. Aside from that, it seemed a little short and the ending felt rushed. Their problems were concluded much too quickly and easily. The action scenes were cool to watch, but there weren't many of them. Besides, the only "action" is chasing and running through magic doors.
Near the end of the movie, one of the characters says "Assume everyone with a hat is a threat." or something like that. I couldn't help but think that this movie is telling the audience that well, everyone with a hat is part of the Adjustment Bureau. I'm pretty positive that almost everyone walking out of the theater became paranoid of hat wearing people for at least the rest of the day.
Overall, it was okay, that's really all I can say about it. If you're not sure about watching it in theaters, I would say it's not worth it. I rate it a C+, or average.
It's 6 hours 'till bedtime, I say watch, don't wait.