Ross on Mar 5, 28 Am I the only one who liked the theatrical ending better???? In that sense the meaning was to save or prevent a loss.
And finally, some things that would annoy other people seem to have no effect on him at all, while something that others would take in stride can send him into a sudden and brutal fury, typically involving flipping over the gaming table in rage. He does eventually get a little better whenever White is concerned, but it still takes a lot of considerable effort.
And, as someone noted previously, could average joe movie goer have figured out the I Am Legend twist that Neville is a legend to the vampires as a legendary killer?
I think the facade that all the "dark dwellers" are basically inhuman is greatly contrasted with this ending that proves this wrong and makes Neville the "legend" he is.
The legend element is what he perceives to be monsters are now the dominant species and they tell stories of him. This kind of ending would have been a lot more inkeeping with the book, whilst remaining as sombre as the threatrical cut and keeping that fantastic feeling of dispare.
Jeanie on Mar 6, Sheer Awesome. Forrest on Mar 5, 33 Whilst I do prefer the alternative ending, I think I like the threatrical one more on the basis that Neville dies. He also has trouble with making eye contact with other people. His rationale for doing it?
I never read the book, but hearing from people who had, and knowing the original premise really made me feel they butchered it.
If so for what situations and purpose? However, I still do not think it is the best it could have been. I agree wholeheartedly with post 79 chris on Mar 6, We constantly berate studios for NOT taking risks when it comes to their main characters.
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The ending in this movie was way too simple and Hollywood like. Also, I Am Legend was very predictable. Also, the lack of psychiatric expertise during these periods means that many historical figures might have had undiagnosed conditions vast Wild Mass Guessing exists about this topic.
Apples to oranges comparison: Or, less generously, to mock the kooky outer aspects of mental illness without the risk of getting angry letters. Edward from Cowboy Bebop is ludicrously intelligent but shows absolutely no ability or inclination to socialize in a remotely normal fashion for even brief periods.
Though this is mostly explained by her frightening appearance causing people to avoid her and her resulting social inexperience. As the female he had cured related his story at the end. He rarely speaks unless dealing with gaming, and has a face and body language that is usually unreadable.
It would have been great as a movie unrelated to the book, but I was really looking forward to the final scene of the book when he looks out over the new population of vampires and finally realizes that he has become their legend.
NamelessTed on Mar 5, 83 well Showing the Alpha male doing everything he did just to get his woman back shows that they are evolving or that they still have human characteristics. As a reinterpretation of the book, I really quite like this film. The ending turned out to be ridiculous as expected, and defeated the first half of the movie that I had really enjoyed.
The person commenting above me 23 missed the point.
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