Pirates 3, The machinist, Babel, The Namesake, Rashomon, Silent Hill, Oldboy, The Butterfly Effect, Dodgeball, Borat, Green Street Hooligans, Godfather 1 and 2, Requiem for a Dream, Psycho, Vertigo, Rear Window, 21 grams
All Time Worst Movies:
I lose track.
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Giovanni Ribisi, Megan Fox, Morgan Freeman, Johnny Depp, Marc Warren, Daniel Day Lewis, Helena Bonham Carter, Vinnie Jones, Jason Statham
Alejandro González Iñárritu
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1. The main one being, how did the dog get the virus? The girl is trapped in her room so how could the dog come near her?
There are a number of ways it could've been transmitted. Maybe the man from Madrid didn't wash his hands and the dog licked him on the way out. The little girl is shown as being very curious, she could've been poking around up there, gotten infected, then transmitted it to the dog. It's implied that others in the building were infected too before the film began. Placing the virus in a populated area (can the Vatican do anything right?) almost guarantees its spreading to others.
2. In the beginning, it takes victims a few hours to become full-fledged zombies while in the end it takes a few minutes. I know it's attributed to different blood types and faster mutation but dang, a few minutes? That's too convenient. Another convenient incident is when the little girl attacks her mom right when people realise she could be infected, but that's not really a plot hole.
As you say, that's not really a plot hole. In all cases, it takes much longer to kick in than the Rage virus. It'd probably be more convincing if it depended on metabolism and genetic predisposition rather than bloodtype. They could've gone into more detail, but since nothing kills a movie faster than gratuitous exposition, I'm glad they didn't.
3. Who was that child in the attic towards the very end? It definitely wasn't the girl since it looked like a boy and wasn't that skeletal.
It was the girl. It's jsut that since you see it for a total of like 5 frames and it's at kind of an awkward angle, it looks like a boy. I think the use of nightvision also emphasizes the skeletal-ness (that's a word, right?) more than the sun-gun.
i think that David Eddings series the belgarium would make an excellent book even though its similar to lord of the rings and it drags out a little ,but a little editing some freaky ass type people lots of cool scenes and you got a hit