This is a perfect example of one of those really frustrating viewing experiences where I admire some things about a movie (e.g., the beautiful visuals aside from the shitty flying effects) but know it’s never truly going to draw me in, yet I still make the decision to finish it.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The ending works, but i remember feeling immediately disappointed that Margot wasn’t dead. Even now, I think I may have liked the movie more if that was the case but I’m not sure there’s a good reason for that. Maybe because these kinds of storylines often end that way and it just feels natural to have bad shit happen, wrapping things up on a sad downer note?