Knock Knock (2015)
This movie is entertaining and fun to watch. But the ending doesn't make sense at all. It's like the writers tried too hard to put a irrelevant twist at the end, just to have a twist in the movie. Letting Evan (Keanu Reeves) live is the worst ending ever. After all, they killed an innocent man during the movie without a bit of a tear. Then they let their "claimed" villain go at the end?
An ending where they kill Evan is realistic and better than the current ending. I'll even live with an ending where his wife and kids come back to save him, even though they weren't even a part of the plot. But the ending where the psychotic girls, Genesis and Bel (Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas), let him go... ridiculous.
It's like Eli Roth is trying to provide a lesson about cheating to school kids. But, come on! Would a man at the borderline death really care what gets posted to his Facebook account when he just got out of the boiling pot?
We can all imagine the consequence of cheating, we don't need two psychotic girls to understand it. But we do want a realistic and entertaining movie. This movie hit the entertaining cord, but not the realistic one.
Fri, 25 Dec 2015 17:49:45 -0800
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