SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
Susannah Grant Appraised PG-13 for brutality and obliteration, some science fiction topical components, dialect and brief teenager celebrating have,” from the get-go, experiences issues building up tone and state of mind. Adolescent Cassie Sullivan (Chloë Grace Moretz), gripping a programmed weapon, has a standoff in a surrendered smaller than normal shop with an injured trooper asking for his life. Close-ups of Moretz’s scared face prevail all through. Cassie’s voiceover then kicks in, educating us that before this, she was a “typical” high school young lady. Those words are a disloyalty of the character Rick Yancey made in his famous YA arrangement. There’s nothing “typical” about Cassie in the book, however onscreen, Moretz hasn’t been given a character she can sink her teeth into. Cassie onscreen never becomes animated, and without Cassie, the film doesn’t wake up either. Indeed, even the most primal scenes (mass executions, family get-togethers, farewells), are ho-murmur.