The last thing to come out of Project Greenlight, HBO's reality show in which an amateur filmmaker makes a movie, was Feast. That bad horror movie turned into a trilogy, with each movie worst than the last..
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Tom, you're only playing into your contrarian reputation by saying things like "I love it partly because so many people will hate it." Just letting you know.
It's good showmanship, though. Now I gotta find out what the deal is.
Ha ha, I suppose. Although I'm not sure it's contrarian so much as me enjoying a movie that's willing to alienate its, uh, less imaginative viewers. :) Seriously, though, it's not that big a deal. It's just a tweak the director added to the end.
It's okay, Tom. If it'll make you like it more, I'll agree to hate it for you. I don't watch chintzy horror movies, so I'm not attached to my opinions about them.
Yeah, the more I think about it... it wasn't a big deal, but... I really hated that ending. (*exaggerated wink at Tom*)
saw it, liked it, wondered where the qt3 thread was.
I know this was close to 9 years ago, but do you remember what the original ending was, @tomchick?
I rewatched the movie, and then briefly Googled around a bit, and for the life of me, I can’t remember what I seem to have known about a different ending. Or why I even thought there might have been a different ending!
Sorry. But if you find out anything, let me know!