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When there is a bigger noise nearby? Your smaller, softer noises are safe. And so, 44 minutes into this movie, we get our very first spoken conversation, first give and take. Unfortunately, half way back they come upon an older man that is heart broken. His wife is lying there dead, with signs of trauma. She apparently made a noise.
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And this old man? Admit it, you would be too if only you had thought of it. And so he screams. And then he dies.jaryxili.tk
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Pause this for a second. The lesson I am learning here is this, if your idea, the intrinsic simple kernel, is good, then out of that little idea will pour forth just one amazing logical conclusion after another. The chalk on the floor. A script without words. On and on it goes.
Ok, un-pause. Just wanted to get how excited I am about this movie out of my system. Then as Marcus and Lee round the bend to the house, they see that all the lights around the house are red. Which, is bad. Really bad. Because while they were gone, Evelyn, the matriarch of the family manages to go into labor. And, not only that? But steps on a nail heading to the basement. And while she is in the basement, a monster is furiously trying to find her. But our Evelyn?
Which in turn causes all the near by monsters to book it towards the noise. And at this point Lee and Evelyn have a heart to heart. But remember, this is really only the second conversation to have happened since the start of the film. And they talk about how the baby is a boy, and Evelyn makes a convoluted reference to the fact that her hands had been free and so she should have carried Beau.
Which, I think, everyone feels guilty about his death in this family. So he does — but immediately the basement hide out starts flooding. Now, honestly folks, I have a serious question here, because I was baffled. How the heck does all that water come flooding in so quickly? And where is it coming from?
I missed the chaos that caused that to start. Did you pick it up? Oh wait. Wrong story. But you all did catch the Moses reference there right? That this child would be the hope of a people. That he would lead them out of slavery. And that this people would rise up and overthrow their evil overlords?
You caught all that. Trust me.
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Cut to the two kids falling into the corn silo. My extended family has piles of these really enormous corn silos. And I have played in them… like a lot growing up. I was the city boy from L. Not with out active digging, and others burying you. Trust me on this — corn is not like quick sand.
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Not even a little bit. I kept laughing and laughing at that scene. Just baffled. I honestly thought it was a joke at first. Then, Lee finds the kids and they work together, and then the kids hid in a truck.
But the monsters are on to them. So Lee, grabs his axe and makes his final stand, screams, and gets run over by the monster. The kids then release the parking break and roll down to the house where their mother brings them into the house. Now, in the basement, Regan, and her mother have a final encounter with a monster that chased them into the house. And it was Regan who realized that the frequency of her hearing aid completely flips the monsters out. And so they are able to kill the monster.