Terminus (2015) - Drama, Sci-Fi

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Following a near-fatal accident, David Chamberlain makes an unprecedented discovery that will not only determine the fate of his family, but of mankind.

IMDB: 5.4
Director: Marc Furmie
Stars: Jai Koutrae, Kendra Appleton
Length: 94 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 8 out of 30 found boring (26.66%)

One-line Reviews (33)

Overall, I wouldn't recommend this movie, it's a waste of time 4/10.

Dialogue is so slow, and dramatic pauses are so long, and the plot is so glacial, that it's difficult to keep interested.

But even if you're willing to overlook such things, the pacing is so slow as to make the viewer wonder if he's made a mistake renting or streaming it.

Yet I found it an enjoyable film to watch in between.

So far so good but after an hour into the movie you realize it's getting boring.

It is a slow story, gloomy, antiwar and anti rampant Americanism.

All of this is put in a blender and poured out in the hopes that it will be a tasty sci-fi smoothie, but in reality we are served a nutritionally complete, but somewhat bland, paste.

Unfortunately it was fairly predictable, certain performances weren't the best of the best and the concept was again post-apocalyptic.

When i finished this movie.. I find it meaningful and i enjoyed it.. I don't see there is any problem with this movie and certainly its not boring to me.. I hope there are people out there who are willing to give a shot watching this movie and enjoyed it like i did.

excellent movie - compelling story, cinematography, sound effects, script .

I think the worst sin the producers of this film committed is that they made a very intriguing trailer that far outshined the movie itself.

The mood shots are overly drawn out, the scripting is average, and the acting feels forced at times to try and deliver emotion and message when it's just not needed.

Certainly there was zip potential in combining left-wing propaganda with alien contact.

It did what it said on the box and was entertaining enough to pass the time - if you watch a lot of movies.

Those two elements along with the compelling story line, well thought out characters, acting and script, make this movie really great.

) But, I guess what I liked about this one is that I felt that they did a very good job with what they had to work with, and crafted a suspenseful and entertaining (and I might add somewhat heart-wrenching) film that I felt came across as strongly above average for a movie like this.

It is boring.

I can see why this movie might look like one big cliché.

Fact is, the movie is not a disaster, but it is not a well made movie, it lacks lot of consistency, it is quite flat, poor and boring.

Yeah, you can find a lot of problems with this film, from some of the characters being too cliché to the (I can't believe I'm saying this) lack of special effects, in a few scenes, that would have added weight to the movie.

The effects are decent but scarce and boring.

I almost did not want to waste time to watch this movie due to some negative comments of few critics who says its boring etc...

Because dumb can be occasionally entertaining, but this idiocy is just excruciatingly boring.

Slow and full of clichés .

Not great, but definitely worth watching.

More appropriate language is redundant and boring.

It does know exactly that it can only cite because a lot of those scenes are very well known already, which makes it even more intense in my opinion.

The start of the movie was also promising with the intriguing object falling out of the sky.

Jai Koutrae, Kendra Appleton, and Todd Lasance turn out terrific, understated performances; the script is compelling and held my interest from the opening moments.

A shoddy, stale-looking, dull sci-fi that manages to make alien contact as mundane as ordering French Fries.

Waste of time.

So it is boring.

Very hard to follow.