There have been reviews about how she had eyeliner and painted nails. I absolutely loved it, it is now one of my favorite movies. It's a tried and true story for the post-apocalyptic genre and doesn't do anything really cool with it except for the title. Will definitely be paying to see this again! As she prepares for the inevitable and lethal fifth wave, Cassie teams up with a young man who may become her final hope - if she can only trust him. The aliens are throwing calamity after calamity down at small-town America in 'waves': earthquakes; tidal surges; modified bird flu; and bombings.
When I came home I was frantically texting all my friends telling them they had to go see this movie right away Anyone with brains is good enough to know what happened on the movie and that it isn't a cliché. I loved all of the characters especially Evan. It alienates everyone over the age of 12 by making it way too much like the novel and not trying to change up some of the things it needed to. Just one request to the rating dept. . I despair for the drivel that our millennial's have to endure today in the name of cinema.
It got better and better as time went on. Description Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth in ruin. It's a movie which bases its story on a devastated Earth after four waves of alien attacks and presents the adventures of a teenage girl who must venture into the unknown in order to be reunited with her brother. I went to see the movie a few days after it came out. Films that stand up today, not just for nostalgia's sake but because of solid acting, amazing characters and good stories. I will recommend for people to see this movie, cause I think it deserves better then what it's getting.
The teenager Cassie Sullivan Chlo? Not exactly a guide to how to live your life under normal circumstances. I didn't last 30 minutes and I already know how it ended up. But in all honesty, no movie will be exactly like the book. It has alien invasion, romance, and the cast of the movie is what makes the movie good. It's the end of the world, suck it up. The choreography in the fight scenes is a bit exaggerated but I enjoyed that. The 5th Wave has to be one of the best movies this year.
In my opinion this was better to the Hunger Games last two movies, I was enjoying the movie, and I didn't fall asleep half way through the movie like I did with both of the last Hunger Game movies. Grace Moretz moves with her family to the countryside, but when her mother Lisa Maggie Siff dies, her father Oliver Ron Livingston decides to go to a refugee camp with Cassie and her young brother Sam Zackary Arthur. But Nooo the producer had to ruin my expectations. I am unable to point out the exact culprit. The idea of using the teens and children to destroy the survivor is totally absurd. The books suffered from this too and I feel it could have been made to be a bit more serious to kind of adult up the series and make it fit with a wider audience. She flees and now she begins her quest to find Sam.
Encourage your young-lings to watch something else. There however the plot goes awry, with the aliens making a seemingly ridiculous strategic move. Please don't listen to any of the bad reviews. Are teenagers these days all goldfish? And with its open-ended conclusion, we're left wondering or is it dreading? I love my apocalyptic movies and after the first 20 minutes I thought it wasn't going so bad. Hopefully the next movies are done better than the first.
It's that kind of movie where good enough was used in every corner, thus ending up with a good enough movie which doesn't manage to stand out from a crowd full of similar movies. It's a good watch for somebody who enjoys Sci-Fi and a good adventure with a couple of twists, but nothing spectacular as it could have been. If you really want to enjoy this movie to the max, read the book first, I promise it won't be boring and it will be an adventure for you. Me and my friends, as well as a lot of other people I have talked to who have seen it, really really loved it! I don't think I will be rushing to the cinema to see the sequel, if it does happen. The cast are all very attractive and this really does make you that much more interested in the film! Even though they don't show real aliens I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning of the movie until the end of the movie. Scenes had a huge mixture of thriller where i was covering my eyes and other times where i had a tissue glued to my face soaking up the tears because of all the feelings formed throughout the movie! With all of the negative reviews, I was worried that it was honestly as bad as everyone said it was. The screenplay focuses primarily on one Ohio family, and, specifically, their teenage daughter, Cassie Chloe Grace Moretz , who suddenly has to find ways of surviving in this new and dangerous world where everyone is out for him- or herself and, thus, no one can be trusted.
If you don't want to read the book, just pay good attention on the movie and it'll be the best one you'll ever see. Overall, I found this movie to be between average and good in every aspect. Like a bowl of cold lumpy oatmeal. The viewers are forced to see the same crap, sexually confused really innocent know nothing teens. If you are not under 15 years old you should stay away from this movie because its just a really bad movie with some visual effects. For the first time i am writing a review for a movie. The special effects are seldom and not very well made if you ask me, but they mostly do their job as far as the story is concerned.