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from the writer-director debut of ex machina, alex garland comes his second feature film, annihilation, a sci-fi movie adapted (more like inspired) from the same name novel that tackles the theme of self-destruction nature of human amidst the world of refraction and a bunch of lost cause wandering deeper into shimmer. the movie starts out with a few clumsy narrative moments (lecture halls in particular, but also how the expedition gets approved without more protective precaution went beyond me) but it is compelling enough to follow it through. visually, it is lysergic and the myriad of colors... read
many things are left unexplained but i guess that adds to the appeal of the movie. good visuals, very atmospheric. there is this kind of shrill loudness that is masked as silence. i like that. i also found it in "the vvitch (2015)" i started liking the movie as it progressed. read