How Bird Box Should Have Ended
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Bird Box is perfectly designed to capture our imagination, setting up an intriguing puzzle, then holding back the information we need to solve it. But the ending leaves a lot of questions unaddressed. That’s why it’s time to talk about How Bird Box SHOULD Have Ended. Spoiler alert, so if you haven’t watched the movie, get to it, and come back to watch this video.
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They never shown the monster cause the idea of the monster was a baby head on a snake but whenever they were shooting any scene with them, the actors just laughed at the thing and they thought the same would be for the audience.
I saw a comment saying this but not on the video.
I thought bird box would end with Malorie slipping on a branch and somehow taking off her blindfold to have to look at the monster.
Bonus scenes: The scene goes black and Malorie says “It’s Beautiful.”
I guess one good way to find out more about the monsters would be to catch one of the crazy people, tie them up in a room without windows, be ready to smack them in the head if they start to free themselves and start asking questions. They are the only ones able to see the entities after all, and they are so in love with them that they may want to talk about them, something useful might come out of it. Sure, the things may appear different depending on who watches them, but thay also seem to be material (they cast shadows, move objects, are detectable by sensors) so there must be some constants about them.
There is no way any military or police force could organize for a counter attack if they would kill themselves if they see the creatures. Remember that even if you see them in cameras so thermal imaging is also affected, then
there is no way of fighting it.
Radar can't detect it since it's probably organic.
How do we know if it even is a monster? It could be some sort of invisible source or power who is able to control and trick minds. That explains why before someone dies they look up at their loved ones and why they see shadows and hear footsteps without actually seeing whatever it is harming them. And the people who die say it looks beautiful, and their loved ones are there so maybe it's an insight to heaven, or a trick to make it look like it's heaven but it's not... to be honest they could've changed quite a lot plus the military obviously died the same way the public did
Wear something that blurs your vision to a point you can only see where moving objects are but not what they are? Thermal vision? Why didn't anyone try any of these options? Instead they just used cameras that turned things black and white but are still clearly visible?
Awesome film idea: Something mysterious causes humans to have an overwhelming amount of bravery. Kids start pulling knifes out of kitchen drawers and try to kill the monsters under their beds and in the closet. People daring to do the Bloody Mary challenge manage to kill her. Ghosts are eliminated. Demons are driven out of people. Kuchisake-onna? Fuck her, she got stabbed in the stomach. Teke Teke? No problem, her ghost got hit by a train (ironically) killing her for good. Hachishakusama? Japanese military guns at her killing her. Kappa is killed by pollutants in the water. This is Ghostbusters but on a global scale.
There is no way to fight an enemy that you cannot locate at all. We're shown that the creature's voice comes from all around the person it's speaking to. And even if its more than just some sort of untouchable entity, you can't see it to try and kill it.
Another far left propaganda movie for the weak minded masses and putting that aside it is just terrible on its own the premise was fine but the characters are unlikable and unrealistic
and the overwhelming amount of propaganda is obvious you have Bullock as a lesbian and
a black guy that basically is portrayed as the intelligent save the day hero which is laughable
and to take it even further they have him shacking up with Bullock and becoming intimate
then there is Malkovich probably the only likable character in the entire movie that is constantly discounted by the the multicultural mix of characters throughout the duration of the movie and no matter how smart or logical the advice of Malkovich he is always over ruled or made to look stupid by a female all to the satisfaction of the group there is one memorable scene where a suspicious man is let in by the fat pregnant woman and the older
white man played by Malkovich refuses to let this individual stay ordering him out at gun point only to be conked over the head with a vase by a grey haired older woman afterwards
he is locked into a room and the suspicious man turns out to be insane and begins killing people off until Malkovich retrieves his gun once again but sure enough he is not able to
kill the lunatic and gets killed himself only the black character could come out on top even though the odds were clearly against him with the lunatic having the trigger of the gun closer but I guess the writers didn't want to dissapoint the sheeple just like their is an even more ridiculous scene at the end where the black character is outnumbered and overtaken by the
virus or whatever it is because it was never explained and he manages to kill the entire armed group while under the influence of the virus ya right.
In conclusion a missed opportunity with a somewhat interesting premise but ruined by far left PC culture along with dull unlikable characters and no explanation of why any of this happened in the first place so I would say to anyone that is thinking of watching this to pass
because there are far more better films out there now and this is nothing more than hype and received too much attention.
The military, unfortunately would have been helpless against the monsters as they'd have to be able to see their weapons and vehicles to operate them. Also, remember that cameras didn't hide the monsters' influence. I could imagine pilots and drivers of military vehicles using IR cameras as their only eyes, but how realistically would that be. Also, imagine all of these heavily armed troops becoming suicidal. I imagine there would have been a lot of collateral damage and soldiers trying to defend themselves against being victims of the monsters and end up harming others instead.
No how it should have ended is she trips running and her two kids get saved by the blind people and her blindfold accidentally gets knocked lose and she sees the creature. Fade to black and we hear her say it’s so beautiful. Thus explaining to us that her long solitude away from humanity has cause her to go insane and hat is why she has such poor interpersonal skills and why she named her children boy and girl. She’s one of the crazy ones