Entertainment The War of the Worlds on W9: Spielberg admits that the end of the film has no sense
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the war of the worlds is broadcast tonight on W9. This is an opportunity to return to the outcome of the SF film, challenged by Spielberg itself.
version rage in July 2005, exploding everything in its passage! The second collaboration between the filmmaker and after reported $ 603 million to the Global Box Office for an estimated budget at 132 million.
That year, it outpercles the highly anticipated, ranking second largest success in 2005 behind .
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If this commercial triumph is not to call into question, the end of the film, meanwhile, has made a lot of ink. This adaptation of thenovel ends with a Happy End deemed precipitated and pulled by the hair by many spectators.
We see Ray, the character of Tom Cruise, arrive with his daughter () at his ex-wife and his parents-in-law. He finds his son, Robbie, played by . The latter comes out of nowhere while he seemed to be dead in action shortly before.
In addition, the extraterrestrials, which are about to conquer the planet in a moment of extreme tension, die because of the microbes present on earth. A two Ex Machina who had trouble spending from the spectators and critics, regretting this defect on a blockbuster so far quasi irreproachable.
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in October 2018, Steven Spielberg himself admitted that the Final Act of the War of the Worlds had no sense.
"I never knew how to put an end to this thing. The movie does not end well" , deplored the dad of and at the Story of Science Fiction of, a documentary broadcast on The CMA chain.
"I do not think it would have shocked H. G. Wells. He who makes the wicked disappear with a mundane cold" , then retortes James Cameron, nuancing the finding of his colleague.
The War of the worlds of Spielberg: did you really understand the end?
Note thathad to face the same criticism about his SF film, . How beings supposed to be of a superior intelligence capable of traveling in space to conquer planets, are not they able to predict how to survive another ecosystem?
Anyway, if the aliens tried to conquer us nowadays,to terrace, the COVID-19 will take care of it.
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