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The horses on the beach were shot on Vancouver Island. It was the rainy season, and expected to be gloomy. Matt Reeves was initially upset to find it sunny on the day of shooting, but he realized it was better than what they had planned thanks to the light and reflections in the sand. See more »
The soldiers are standing in the rain at the border camp, yet none of them are wet. See more »
Is that a trench? It looks like there's more of them inside.
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The 20th Century Fox fanfare is played through the use of Congo drums instead of the traditional percussion instruments. See more »
Honestly, i can't understand how people give a score of 1/10.
One user said that "the mass cinematographic audience is every day, every time, worse". I totally agree with that.
This movie is much better than the previous 2. In fact, this movie should be used as "foot" to develop true sequels of the same quality as this, and even better.
Rarely nowadays you can see a movie that is entertaining from the beginning to the end and with all the condiments you could imagine of a great movie. This movie reaches all those levels. And if you do not like it, I honestly could not understand why.
It is moving, has action, has good CGI, good rhythm ... and all that works cohesively to fit in to a very good argument.
What more can I say.
Only those who can truly appreciate this film, forgetting their prequels, only appreciating this ... will understand.
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