Annihilation (2018) Review | Netflix

Annihilation (2018) Review | Netflix

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Bourbon Ernie says:

I can't wait to see this. I missed it in theaters. Hopes it comes to Netflix soon.

Jordan Murphy says:

So lucky I live in Canada and got to see this incredible piece of art in theaters!

sassysinger101 says:

I feel sorry for every country that didn’t get to see this in theaters! It’s so beautiful on the big screen!

Steven Odom says:

Great review. When will we get this in the US?

simmy de luca says:

Watching rn, really enjoying! Was expecting Arrival vibes but got Yellow Brick Road. Can't go wrong with Natty P!

John says:

Nice review, Emma! I caught it in theaters here in the states and I'd personally bump up that scare score because oh my god that bear scene is terrifying af on a big screen in a dark room with surround sound. I know for a fact that no one in the audience dared move during that entire sequence as I heard a collective exhale when it was over. Nightmare fuel for sure…

Elinore Hooven says:

I was amazed by this film. I wish that there were more films like this. I kind of appreciated the female led cast as well.

Detox Edwards says:

To me this wasn't a horror at all, more of a fantasy thriller. It was entertaining though.

mark33850 says:

Loved some of the concepts, but for the most past, really disappointing. Dialogue and acting was sometimes terrible, and the awful decision to use flashbacks and flash-forwards through out really brought the film down. If you are gonna make a sci-fi horror film, where a group gets killed off one by one (Alien style), maybe don't start with a flash-forward with the only survivor talking about how everyone else died, sorta ruins the whole thing.

W. Thomas Leroux says:

This is probably your best review yet. I'm glad we plunked down cash to see this in theatre. That bear is a thing of nightmares. The movie is bloody brilliant and can't wait to see it again on bluray.

Michella Malin says:

This was such a strange, almost hypnotic film to experience. Really beautiful. And the bear scene was one of the most disturbing things I’ve seen in a good while.

TheWhiteBackground says:

It's such a fucking good film. Sorry for swearing.

Keh says:

Loved the movie and your review too as always! and let me tell you this, the music that is played numerous times during the movie kind tell us about it in the lyrics, reforcing the ideia of guilty by natalie's character! i dind't liked it first, but once i realized this i thought that this was phenomenal.

"(…) Heartlessly helping himself to her bad dreams
He worries
Did he hear a good-bye? Or even hello?

They are one person
They are two alone
They are three together
They are for-or each other

Stand by the stairway
You'll see something
Certain to tell you confusion has its cost
Love isn't lying (…)"

Vengeance 13 says:

Found you through Dead Meat! great video!

Jenny Dawson says:

I would like to see Annihilation because of your positive review.

Jason Takes Ωmegle says:

RedLetterMedia made the argument why this movie wasn't pushed by marketing as hard as Ghostbusters 2016, as a benchmark movie for women.

Marcin Krajewski says:

No one ever talks about the soundtrack, I mean the end scene tracks were perfect.

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