John Dies at the End (quick movie review)
It’s a quick movie review! I haven’t done one of these in forever. Essentially, this is just enough info to get by.
I wouldn’t call John Dies at the End genre bending at its best (this film is a comedy/mystery/horror, respectively) or anything cliché like that, but it’s certainly a good time a the movies. It’s a tight little mystery with a bunch of laughs, surprises and a zany third act. I can’t stress the ‘surprises’ enough – so few movies have any good surprises or take any chances in their stories, but this flick does both and I don’t think I’ll fully appreciate this movie until I see it a second time. If you don’t mind a little gore, I think you’ll dig John Dies at the End. I’m giving it an 8 out of 10.
FYI: This is/was available on Netflix streaming, but you know how that goes – sometimes things just disappear. What happened to Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs? Bastards.
I usually can’t stand it when this sort of thing happens in a movie, but the dog does die at the end of John Dies at the End, but it was not a bad death. You don’t see it at all, no wounded or dead dog shots or anything like that. Also, the dog made a conscious choice and wasn’t the victim – it wasn’t some BS like the dog died to play on your emotions and he got shot or some nonsense. Essentially, the dog went out Data style, a hero’s death.
But just to be clear Star Trek Nemesis is an abomination.
Posted on August 14, 2013, in movie review and tagged Chase Williamson, does the dog die, John Dies at the End, movie review, movies, netflix, Paul Giamatti, quick movie review, Rob Mayes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.