Table of Contents | 24 October 2011
Perhaps because it's the first film in the "Apocalypse Trilogy," the themes that tie the three movies together are the most subtle in The Thing . The story concerns an alien creature found frozen in Antarctic ice that can absorb, digest, and then imitate perfectly any creature that it comes into contact with. What follows from its discovery is a classic meditation on paranoia, punctuated by some of the best practical special effects ever put on film.
The thing about The Fall is, it's hopeless.
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Oppenheimer would complain about his pangs / of conscience, the images of his friend haunting him.
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