Overall Rank: 6893
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 29
Theatrical Release Date: 12/21/2018
Genre: Drama, Horror
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Susanne Bier
Actors: Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich, Jacki Weaver, Tom Hollander, Danielle Macdonald
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 10/21/2019
Anyone remember the most popular movie of 2018? Neither did I. It's like 'A Quiet Place', but straight to Netflix.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/07/2019
When "Bird Box" was over, I felt like I had sat through a truncated first season of a really forgettable TV series that bears striking resemblances to "A Quiet Place," "Children of Men," and other far superior end of humanity movies.
Mike A - wrote on 12/26/2018
Bird Box is silly as hell -- but if you just go with it, you'll find yourself totally wrapped up in it. It's a fine, solid thriller with appropriately tense moments and one or two downright terrifying moments, done well and with confidence by director Susanne Bier.
Full Movie Reviews
Yojimbo - wrote on 12/18/2019
A mother and two children are forced to undergo a treacherous journey in a post-apocalyptic world stalked by a malevolent presence the sight of which causes hysteria and suicide.
The concept of Bird Box is very similar to that of M. Night Shyamalan misfire The Happening from 10 years previously; namely the premise that an unseen enemy causes the human race to exterminate itself through mass suicide. Bird Box adds to the idea in that the survivors must navigate the world blindfolded to avoid its effects and this makes for some suitably tense scenes as their enemy is not only unseen, but literally must not be seen. The earlier scenes when mass hysteria break out are very well done and the cast of survivors holed up together in desperation is reminiscent of the original Romero zombie …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 12/29/2018
It's hard not to compare Bird Box to other films (The Happening and The Road are the two most obvious parallels) but where this post-apocalyptic parenthood drama manages to stand out is on the shoulders of the two lead, Sandra Bullock and Trevante Rhodes - along with the two children, Vivien Lyra Blair and Julian Edwards. The concept is interesting - something causes a world-wide wave of suicides and it's brought about by eye contact. Thus blindfolds, black-out windows and other such things must be applied in order to survive. The film features a nice cast mix - even if most are only given the basic development. This includes the likes of John Malkovich, Jacki Weaver, Rosa Salazar, Lil Rel Howery, Sarah Paulson and Danielle Macdonald among others. I do have to say I really enjoyed Tom …
ikkegoemikke - wrote on 12/24/2018
You never, ever take off your blindfold.
If you look, you will die.
Do you understand?
Each year ends with a bang. You’ll have the end-of-year festivities and people party themselves into the new year. But when it’s about movies, this one created an end-of-a-filmyear-bang. Frankly, I didn’t expect too much of it. But maybe my prejudice about Sandra Bullock has something to do with that. I readily admit that I’m not really a fan of this actress. Is it her way of talking? Or her facial expression? No idea. But I have already avoided a lot of films just because of her being in it. But for her acting performance in “Bird Box“, she deserves a standing ovation.
Brilliant how Sandra Bullock plays her character, Malorie. A free-spirited woman who’s on her way to becoming a …
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