It started great, with giving all the mysteries and questions of what kind of creature are they and what's really going on... but the ending failed to deliver all expectations and just left the viewer keep asking the same questions. Sure it's cool to keep it vague and hidden meanings, but it would be nice if they can give us some closure as well.
This is actually good, although nothing's really special about the story, straightforward and predictable, beside the native American twist in which make this take much more fresh than the other "sequels" to the series. But I enjoyed it.
The last scene, where the main character tried to make herself invisible to the predator, then setting up all the traps, reminded me the original where Arnold Schwarzenegger pretty much done the same things.
They’ve really managed to put all, or most tweets into scenes. The plot a bit rough in the beginning, but they smoothen it up towards the end, maybe it’s not that easy combining the 2 stories (Widya’s and Nur’s POV) into one movie. Still as interesting as the original Twitter story, although I was expecting to be more terrifying, this one wasn’t. Couple of jump-scares from here and there, but not really the effective ones. If I have to give…