Man, this movie is so polarizing. I liked it alot. I kind of liked it with the questions; not sure I want "the answers."
I don't want to be spoon fed either, but as Lacour will probably agree, this was shitty "LOST" writing at its finest.
Its one thing to make things mysterious and for the audience to figure out, but totally another when you raise 15 more questions and give the audience almost nothing to work from, all the while breaking basic logic. The movie has a few jumps from A to C without any B to help us figure out why C happened, etc.
The huge thread on this movie I think covered most of that so I won't rehash it.
I think I saw the extended Engineer scene, it was moderately helpful. He ends up talking a bit more, and gets pissed at what he hears, but what set him off or was he already "set off" etc is still up in the air somewhat.
This post was edited on 10/6 at 12:17 pm