SMR 224: Bird Box 12/25/2018 / rodimusprime / 3 Comments Rod and Karen review Netflix’s scify horror film, “Bird Box.” Can Sandy do it again? Also we discuss the trailer for “Us” and your feedback. Spoiled Reviews: (Protected Content) Premium Content, Spoiled Reviews Previous post 1815: Welcome To The Cookout™ Jerome Seinfeld Next post SMR 225: If Beale Street Could Talk 3 Comments Anonymous 01/01/2019 at 3:43 PM Bird Box is what Bright was in 2017: Major stars, beautiful visuals & a basic story. Sandra Bullock does a good job here conveying lost & despair in this screwed up world. The rest of the cast is really good here, as well. However, just like Bright, I don’t have a reason to watch it again. One other thing, I do wish we got a chance to see this monster. Log in to Reply SANDLERAGONY 01/02/2019 at 9:08 AM Anonymous was me, Sandleragony. Log in to Reply ClassicRandBLover 12/27/2018 at 12:16 AM Hi Rod and Karen, Much like you, I wound up watching Bird Box because I could not go online without risking being spoiled. I agree that this is a three star movie. I am with a Karen in feeling it is too long. I usually donâ€™t mind lengthy movies, living in NY, the longer film gives me more bang for the buck, and that matters. I paused the film to use the restroom and when I saw there was more than 40 minutes left, I thought Netflix had lost its damn mind. I also agree that not seeing the creatures was a big mistake. I wanted to know what was behind the madness. I also both liked and disliked the ending. I liked it because it made me realize how thinking of the blind should have been the first thing that occurred to me, but I was surprised by the twist. I didnâ€™t like the ending because Sandra and the kids are still sighted, so the danger remains for them. I also liked Sandraâ€™s character renaming Boy, Tom. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.