10 Cloverfield Lane is an excellent movie. The only reason I’m not giving it an A is that it isn’t the kind of movie I’d want to see again. The main thing that makes the movie enjoyable is that you don’t know where it’s going. That said, I can’t say Cloverfield Lane is like “movie such and such.” If I did, it might alert you to where the story is going to take you.
If you want to see this movie, then my advice would be to avoid spoilers. (That means don’t read any more reviews!) The movie trailer did a good job of setting the tone of the movie without giving too much away, but we’ve all noticed that once a movie is in theaters, the commercials change, and begin to reveal more and more details that can spoil the suspense in the story.
About The Peetimes: Both Peetimes are quite good. There’s nothing crucial during either that can’t be easily described in the synopses.
There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of 10 Cloverfield Lane. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
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