A decent mishmash of b-movie tropes and some nice fiddling with genre expectations. The montage of "bunker life" is the best thing this one has to offer; soon afterwards things begin to go bit a wonky and the ending feels spurious, but you'd guess that much from the title already.
Un autre de ces films que je ne suis pas allé voir lorsque tout le monde me disait de le faire. Thriller percutant, extrêmement efficace, le film n'a pas un propos cinématographique révolutionnaire, mais il fonctionne lorsqu'il doit le faire, qualité beaucoup trop rare au cinéma actuel. Un film de genre effrayant (pour vrai), original (pour vrai), avec une finale juste assez éclatée pour faire jaser.
John Goodman is so good in this type of role. The problem is that he's been a bit typecast. You keep expecting that character and he delivers. That same character can be funny as in 'Lebowski', but he's still deranged. I just want to see him as something more than that.
It was good in ways but i feel the film could of actually benefited from a longer runtime so Goodman's character could of been more fleshed out among other things. At times i feel some moments came too abruptly due to the pacing,but the main thing that bothered me was the forced and downright cringeworthy Ellen Ripley like turn of Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the last 15 mins- its too easy and just plain lazy.