“Bird Box” is a thriller movie that it is on Netflix. “Bird Box” follows the story of five years after an ominous unseen presence drives most of society to suicide, a mother and her two children make a desperate bid to reach safety.
Directed by Sussane Bier and starring Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, Sarah Paulson, Danielle McDonald, Rosa Salazar, Jacki Weaver, Machine Gun Kelly, BD Wong, Lil Rel Howery, Tom Hollander and John Malkovich.
Honestly, when I first saw the trailer of “Bird Box”, I was immediately remembered M. Night Syamalan’s “The Happening” that was released back in 2008. But after I watched “Bird Box”, I gotta to say that “Bird Box” is way better than “The Happening”, and sure it is the best movie I’ve ever seen on Netflix.
Yes, “Bird Box” is not a perfect movie, but it is so watchable thanks to the directing style, flashback, writing, and acting aspects.
The plot and story might be clichés, but who cares, the package of whole movie is great, I had a lot of fun watching it. But, despite all of that, there are so many question unanswered in this film.
From the start to finish I was wondering where the entities? Or where the monsters that caused all the death? I mean, yeah… it would be cool if they showed them. Also, what had happened with those who’s not dead without wearing blindfolded? I mean, how did they survived? And again, what happened with the couple who stole the car? Did they survive? Did they crash? And I’m still trying to figure out how the hell did they give birth at the same time? The movie did keep me watching, but once it ended, I was left with too many questions.
Overall, “Bird Box” is very fun popcorn movie, if you fan of suspense drama of thriller movies, well…“Bird Box” is definitely for you.