#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Something terrible is definitely happening in the a peaceful suburban community as, day by day, former caring parents mysteriously turn into ravenous carriers of an unfathomable pandemic that targets their offspring. Suddenly, like every son and daughter in the entire nation, teenage Carly and Josh Ryan must run for their lives, as the rage-filled murderous intent is as unstoppable as it is inexplicable. Before long, the Ryans’ usual simmering familial tensions take on a completely different meaning. Kids, stop hiding. Mom and Dad love you so much.
Plot: In a suburban community, moms and dads, one after the other, mysteriously feel the irresistible impulse to attack and kill their own offspring.
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It’s dumb as Hell and probably only got created to facilitate Nic Cage meeting his freakout quota and also what was that ending? But shit, I’ve had way worse times with a movie. Probably less cathartic to someone who actually likes children or has a healthy relationship with their parents, but for me and mine? _Mom and Dad_ weren’t half bad.
_Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
The movie presents a fun and interesting idea of parents trying to kill their kids and reminded me of the excellent Masters of Horror episode ‘The Screwfly Solution’.
Well, it was a fun idea until the movie just ended with absolutely no resolution at all. No proper ending, no answers, nothing at all. Just the credits half way through the story. I felt like I’d just wasted the last 80 or so minutes of my life. I can’t recommend half a movie and I’ll give it half a score. 2.5 out of 5. Don’t waste your time.
Interesting, but Ultimately Confusing.
When I first watched the trailer, I thought this would be a pretty brainless movie. Given the premise, I thought I’d enjoy a couple of violent shenanigans and feel content with simply that. Unfortunately, Mom and Dad fail to deliver any ending, which leaves even the most uncomplicated movie a confusing mess.
The strong start really leaves you excited for the rest of the movie, showcasing this strange parent uprising pretty damn well for the first few minutes of the movie. This ultimately falls short when the scope of this apocalypse is condensed into one single family.
Admittedly, that would have been a fine idea – but at the end of the movie, I felt like I wanted more. With such an original concept, you’d imagine that they’d have more scenes that portrayed this apocalypse outside the breadth of the single family. Unfortunately, they failed to deliver anything substantial.
Even when the setting was shifted to the one family, I felt more engaged pointing out the plot holes than I did actually enjoying the film. Even though this movie is supposed to be nothing more than a murderous blur, I didn’t really feel invested with the movie as it went along.
In other words, it became predictable as it went along.
The only thing that gave me hope was the ending. I was really excited to see how they would wrap this one up. They even hinted at things throughout the plot, like the television static and the unusual ringing. But this was to no avail.
At the end of the movie, I felt disappointed. I came in wanting some mindless, original savagery. What I got was a somewhat intriguing killing spree affixed to an incredibly underwhelming plot, which left much more to be desired.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 26 min (86 min)
Genre Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Director Brian Taylor
Writer Brian Taylor
Actors Nicolas Cage, Selma Blair, Anne Winters
Country United States, United Kingdom
Awards 1 win & 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format D-Cinema