It’s back to high school in 10 Years, as every type of person reunites at the 10-year reunion.
Finally, a horror film that fulfills its purpose: to scare you (and make you laugh in that way only campy horror movies can). Thanks Drag Me To Hell.
As the opening credits begin in Battle for Terra, you are bombarded with magnificent computer-generated animation. The bright colors of space exude off the screen while shadows and light are played with continuously.
The world of dating is examined and torn apart in this film and not for the better of the viewer or the characters. The entire movie is spent showing what the women in the film are doing wrong, or how they are wronging others, and everyone comes across as a needy, desperate, and pathetic being. This is not a feel-good movie for the single girl or guy as it does not promote understanding one’s self but instead how to play a game with one another and hope you are the “exception, not the rule”.