“The End Of The World” is the year’s most important movie.
Not because of its narrative, which is well-acted and a pleasure to watch, but because of how it tells a story.
And that’s why it’s the year to watch.
Director Gareth Evans is one of the best filmmakers working in the world today, and his “The Last Of Us” is a brilliant example of his work.
It is a film that is as powerful and emotionally charged as it is visually striking.
I’ll be honest, I’m not always a fan of his first film, “Gattaca,” because of the film’s depiction of slavery, and its use of a visual language that is so jarring and alienating.
But “The World” has a different style to “GATTAC” that appeals to a different audience.
The film is both a celebration of humanity and a story about how humanity must survive, and that story is about us.
That’s why “The Best Of The Best” is an incredible film.
It’s the film that has us on our toes.
The plot is so complex and nuanced that it feels like it’s constantly being brought to life.
Evans has built a great world to explore and explore it, and it’s thrilling to see how the world responds to the human story.
The film opens with a montage of the people who lived through the apocalypse.
They’re all here, in the film.
And we see a lot of them.
There’s one survivor who’s still alive.
We see another survivor in an early version of the world, and then we see her husband who was the first to be rescued from the end of the universe.
We’re also introduced to a lot more people.
We meet more of their families.
And when we see some of the other survivors, they’re all just there to support their friends, or maybe even to help them.
It feels like a real family.
It doesn’t feel like a family in isolation.
And when the film is done, there’s a lot to learn about the human condition.
It tells a tale about survival and survival against the odds.
It reveals the emotional and mental toll of what we call “the end of humanity,” and how those who survived will have to make the hard decisions that we’re all faced with.
We learn about our place in the universe and how it relates to the rest of the cosmos.
And it’s a fascinating tale of survival and redemption.
The ending of the movie is a bittersweet one, but it is bittersweet for the people that we met and the people we loved.
If you like “The Walking Dead,” you should watch this film.
If you like other horror films, you should check out the “The Conjuring” sequel, “The Babadook.”
The film isn’t perfect, but I can’t imagine this film being any less good.
I hope that the next “The Good Dinosaur” and “The Martian” keep audiences excited and hungry for more films that take us to another dimension.
I know that there will be more great films coming from Evans and “Walt Disney,” but I’m sure that “The Shape of Water” and the “Zoolander” sequels will do even better than “The WALL.”
The end of civilization will be here soon enough.
But until then, you have the movie to look forward to.