January 08, 2019

“The Bird Box”: All those “memes” might be fake, but the movie’s scares are real

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

Even if you haven’t seen the new Netflix movie The Bird Box, you’ve probably seen the jokes and memes inspired by the film on the internet: Images of actress Sandra Bullock wearing the blindfold that’s an integral part of the movie’s plot.

Some are wondering whether or not all that online viral buzz was organic or just a clever marketing strategy by Netflix. Regardless, The Bird Box is being called “Netflix’s biggest hit to date.” But is it worth the hype?

I think the movie works because unlike a lot of gimmicky productions (remember Snakes on a Plane?) The Bird Box is well thought out and grounds its scares in human nature and psychological truths, not CGI and gory makeup effects.

The movie actually has a lot to say about our current situation, in which material wealth is at an all time high, yet, for example, the suicide rate is also rising.

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commented 2019-01-08 18:06:58 -0500
This is nothing but another anti-white production. Propaganda.
commented 2019-01-08 16:09:41 -0500
Netflix propaganda is insidious. Many don’t even notice its happening. You are being trained to hate yourselves, to disgust yourselves, to off yourselves. Its sickening garbage. Sure they stick in the odd worth while doc or something, but it is mostly mind control. Time to see it for what it is.

A subscription to Netflix is support for your own brain washing. Its garbage, pure garbage. Cancel.
Hopefully the Obama’s will be behind bars soon. I know I know, but I can dream can’t I?

‘Bad bad white people, go off yourselves’ is at least one of the main messages. The movie sounds too stupid to watch. The trailers are bad enough. Gross.
Netflix sucks.

Memes rock.