The Facts of Cloverfield
Created on: January 24th, 2008
The Facts of Cloverfield
It seriously had less plot than Godzilla, and was more resistant to attacks than the Godzilla monster. Literally nothing could hurt it, it could live anywhere, and do anything. I bet it could fly and live in space if there was a second movie.

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January 24th, 2008
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It can give itself a weakness to say kryptonite (like superman) and then decide to one day be totally immune to kryptonite, on a whim (also like superman). Oh and that thing you're thinking of, it's immune to that.
January 24th, 2008
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Oh my god, I hope someone got fired over all those facts! By the way there is a reason it's called a monster and not an undersea lifeform, because it's a monster! Besides the most realistic fake drawing "leaked" by the movie company shows its body as that of a mutated seacow, and that alone would destroy most of those facts.
January 24th, 2008
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Did they really confirm that it was dormant in the ocean for thousands of years or was it just a guess? Other possibilities were suggested. It could have come from space.
January 24th, 2008
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JJ Abrams, that *ssh*le, confirmed its an undersea creature that has been sleeping for thousands of years. Besides the really good visual effects, and the interesting premise, this movie fails on all accounts.
January 24th, 2008
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I kept expecting ear rape somewhere. "FACT 12: MACGYVERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR"
January 24th, 2008
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Well yeah, you'd assume that.
January 24th, 2008
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"I bet it could fly and live in space if there was a second movie." LMAO. The intense unrealistic nature of the monster ruined the submersion into the movie for me. Even for science fiction, it was laughable and ridiculously outlandish in terms of breaking the laws of physics/nature/biology. Even Godzilla (King of all Monsters, right?) gets hurt and takes some sort of damage, this thing would have survived the planet exploding.
January 24th, 2008
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Quite literally it would survive the planet exploding. No amount of heat can harm it, nothing can cut it, nothing can shock it, and it doesn't have to eat. It probably doesn't breathe at all either, seeing as it can live on land or at sea forever and is just as happy in either place.
January 24th, 2008
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The last scene of the movie is the couple at coney island looking out in the ocean. When the camera looks out at the ocean you can see something fall from the sky and splash in the ocean. This is the monster coming from space. Nice YTMND though.
January 24th, 2008
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By the way you might want to check the splash radius of that assumption. If it was falling from space it would have to survive re-entry or just entry which is possible being that it's a monster and the only plot line for the movie so it can't die by any means. It would also have to travel over 100 miles straight down after entering the earth's gravitational pull meaning the impact at which it would hit the water, if it didn't atomize the monster on impact, would make a wave so large as to destroy everything
January 24th, 2008
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That isn't the monster. It's supposed to be a satellite. It relates to the story behind the viral marketing for the movie in some vague manner, it has been confirmed by Abrams to be a satellite. This is another knock against the movie, all the viral marketing stuff was ultimatelty just to produce hype, because none of it factors into the "plot" whatsoever, theres really no point in it at all.
January 24th, 2008
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Funny thing about that satellite, that's the only fact I didn't put into the final cut (unless it is in there). Somebody flew a satellite out of orbit, through the atmosphere safely, then crashed it at coney island on purpose.
January 24th, 2008
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Meh only thing i didnt like was the super magic camersa that went 7 hours on a single battery, filmed all that footage on one SD card, wasnt even slowed down by usin its light (which kills most batteries in 15 min) and had friggin NIGHTVISION!
January 24th, 2008
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there were alot of times that the camera cut off and skipped a little time in between scenes. for sake of argument, they could have had other batteries and or blank dics (assuming it was a dvd recorder)
January 24th, 2008
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Well I half agree with you there, SD. The camera was on most of the time, and yet they said many hours passed, even though there was only like 90 minutes of footage. I just chalked that one up to they only had 2 hours to please an audience, so I didn't mind.
January 24th, 2008
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Fireballs are falling from the sky, people are dying, but let's stop, stand still & calmly get cell phone pics of the Statue of Liberty head. A 22-year old girl gets deep lacerations all over her torso from a monster parasite in a dark subway...but calmly talks and smiles about the whole thing a few minutes later. Every time they grip you into a sense of reality about what you're watching they turn around and snap you back into the fact that you're just watching a poorly written movie.
January 24th, 2008
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Did you notice those deep lacerations never bled? She would have died in minutes.
January 24th, 2008
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Oh and yes, I agree totally, these things weren't just little plot holes... they ruined the movie, you couldn't even really pay attention after the 40th stupid thing happened.
January 26th, 2008
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The idea of an awakened near-invincible prehistoric monster = THE INHUMANOIDS. Yes, lame 80's cartoon and toylines are being covertly and outrightly (Transformer, GI JOE) adapted for major motion pictures. No surprise who's making a Cloverfield monster toy...Hasbro, makers of the Inhumanoids some 20 years ago.
January 27th, 2008
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It's not NEAR invince, it cannot be harmed in any way.
January 27th, 2008
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The creature was not at the bottem of the ocean for thousands of years, it fell out of the sky into the ocean towards the end which can be seen when the couple is at coney island and the camera looks out to the water, its a bit hard to see, i dont blame you for wasting time!
January 28th, 2008
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No, that was a communications satellite.
February 5th, 2008
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or, you know, you could stop lying and tell people how awesome it was...... CLOVERFIELD BEST MONSTER MOVIE EVER FTW
March 11th, 2008
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5 because you have style