Dumbledo... I mean Gandolf did his "You shall not pass!!" thing.
Better execution than most of Jason Statham's films, but the plot got off to a jerky, confusing beginning. Manages to wrap almost everything up at the end, and has potential for a sequel, even though it was based on real events in the 80s.
I suppose. There's that scene in the original [REC] where Pablo blindly pans the camera in the attic above the penthouse apartment. And it's pretty obvious that something's gonna jump out. But when it did, I still jumped in my chair and squealed a little :p
I did think the ending was rather predictable. I was fully expecting one of them to kill the other...the only question was who would do the deed and who would be left behind. But it was enough to get me to Netflix the first two sequels =)
Still talking about Ebert?
Look, I get the opposition. I understand that sometimes he can be a closed-minded twit. But what I also understand is where he comes from with a lot (not all) of his opinions. I like him because he's not saying things to join the crowd or to get a check. If a movie sucks in his opinion, he'll say so. If a movie is good in his opinion, he'll say so, and why. He speaks his mind. And for me that's enough to like him as a critic, even if I don't always agree with him.
Ebert was(is?) on TV thats why I know him. I never read or listen to any of his stuff I just have seen him on TV