‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ Bullet Point Review

Using bullet points, I’m going to give you my thoughts on the first swing and a miss ‘Cloverfield’ movie…‘The Cloverfield Paradox’!

 

  • When Mundy (Chris O’Dowd) lost his arm the odd way he did, he was unusually calm
  • The frozen water death scene was pretty creative
    • Probably the coolest part of the movie
  • When one of the crewmates die, the others don’t seem to be too shaken up about the lose
    • I guess I’m going to assume they weren’t close
  • The pacing moves at a rapid speed
    • Different things are constantly happening to the crew
    • It becomes a problem when elements of the story don’t get to breathe
    • Also, you can’t sit with some of the plot developments and fully understand what is going on because of the way the movie is moving
  • The different dimensions aspect could be a cool way to explain things going on in this world but in this installment, they didn’t use it in the best possible way
    • Maybe down the line they will
  • I know I don’t fully understand the movie’s timelines but I still don’t get how the ‘Cloverfield’ monster got so big
  • The ‘Cloverfield’ series is slowly becoming like the ‘Paranormal Activity’ series
    • Throws out more questions than it answers
  • The timeline of these movies will really have you perplexed after you watch this one
  • This is a thriller that has you clamoring for the end, and the questions it will hopefully answer, all to just leave you disappointed in the grand scheme of this unique franchise
  • To Sum it Up: You can see tell why this entry in the ‘Cloverfield’ franchise was just randomly thrown on Netflix…and it’s not too keep up with the mysterious feel the franchise has built for itself so far. Don’t fall for those lies

 

(Photo Credit: Kevin Burwick – https://movieweb.com/cloverfield-paradox-trailer-netflix/; YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT)

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