To explain this, there must be something happened at 8am back in 1999/2000, and it should be only because of two possible reasons: either the death of YS or the death of SY's mum. RDFN earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019. The Call released on Netflix today and the ending left us scratching our heads. I think the ending would have been better off if SY2019 Kills YS2019 instead of her mother doing it back in 1999. As mentioned 2019Villain is always just an accessory to the timeline/reality that SY jumps in.True, it's questionable how 2019Villain managed to continue serial killing and even convert that house into a hideout (with all those fridges), but then we never really know what happened between the 20yr gap. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure … Now, these are important in trying to make sense of that ending. Now the question is, WHERE IS THE SY OF THIS TIMELINE? It was never shown that 2019villain called 1999villian. The Call is a 2013 American psychological crime thriller film directed by Brad Anderson and written by Richard D'Ovidio. Let us know in the comments below. Cookies help us deliver our Services. I thought Berry was pretty good at playing the empathetic phone operator and had a pretty believable performance for most of the movie (even if her hair was hideous). I'm not opposed to movies having bad/sad endings, but when it seemingly contradicts its rules like that just to have a shocking twist at the end it bothers me a bit. Throughout the first season, the OA (Marling) talks about the “five movements.” According to her, they have the power to heal the dying, to resurrect the already-dead, and even to transport people into other dimensions. Also regarding the Dad’s date of death, originally from the fire it was Nov27. Also not sure if it was a rule that only 1999 can call 2019, or SY just doesn’t call because she thought she might put 1999 trouble with her stepMom if the stepMom picks up (back when they were ‘friends’). Black Ops 2 is a first-person shooter game developed by Treyarch. -small flashback cutscene to show the killer didn't give chase because the phone, which is now in her possession after MC dropped it, rang. DBAD, Zed. Aside from the ending, I'd say this movie was worth the admission and had some genuinely creepy and startling moments without getting too cheesy. Killer suddenly goes quiet and stops chasing her(Past) the mom flungs herself at killer, both falling off the second floor, (Present) MC limps back, starts to breakdown and cry, thinking she is saved. Share this on … So realistically if YS imprisons the future SY would never be able to talk to the past YS, resulting in YS being killed by her mother which creates a stupid time loop or something, Or an even better end credit scene would be. But on the other timeline he died Dec31 and yet the marker in the graveyard says Dec11. Perhaps in this timeline the Villain continued serial killing and have all those creepy fridges again in the house and tortured young SY until present time. How Call Me By Your Name's Ending Differs From the Book. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. But if she has the same kind of "awareness power" as SY2019 does, why does she get teleported to the house (she should have been in prison at that point) while SY stays in place all the time? The sixth season of Better Call Saul, which is due sometime in 2021, will be its last. So if that is the case it doesn't make sense why her reality would change to her mom being alive if neither YS or SYs mom die from the fall, it would wait until one of them is dead. S&P. Perhaps she even witnessed this timeline’s SY(girl who grew up from 1999) vanished and figures our SY(SY she talked to on the phone on 1999) is finally on this timeline. Meaning she REPLACES HERSELF in this reality, hence she doesn’t meet her own self based on this new timeline. By Bill Clark, Caroline Brehman, and Tom Williams. I don’t know how good the technology or autopsy was in that year but they could have incorrectly set the date of death same as to the Stepmom’s death. But this goes against your assumption that only SY2019 is aware of time changes, YS2019 would have had to notice time changing too to make that prediction. By Bill Clark, Tom Williams, and Caroline Brehman. The only way they could have stayed secret is if SY1999's mom and the cop that accompanied her had left the house without discovering anything and without a fight. As you said, 2019 changes as the mom and YS are fighting in 1999, so that means the past has been altered and the fight did not happen, or at least not in that way, in the original 1999 that YS2019 remembers. The Call is a forgettable film that features a weak story and even weaker characters. "The Call of the Wild" has a surprise twist on the traditional sad ending. (Present) the killer is still hammering outside the room(Past) mom and killer fighting it out in the corridor, (Present) killer broke in and they brawled. If it’s 10:01am in 1999 then it has to be 10:01am in 2019. So, if nothing happened when the cop and the mom visited in YS2019's memory of the 1999 events, why would she warn YS1999 that she might get killed? This is what you need to know about it. The meaning of the movie post credits is that... huh... YS is spooky? So, what we see in the actual movie is what happens if YS1999 really died in that fall, and what we see post credits is what would have happened if she hadn't. Photos of the week ending January 8, 2021. The 2019Villain doesn't have 'awareness power', she is simply a piece in this timeline where SY is currently in. I mean he was able to be as creepy as possible while still being believable. Y’all taking this way too seriously lol. Maybe it's just me, but this movie looks terrible from the trailers I've seen; I'm not even interested in renting it. She played the high-stress, high-emotion angle very well especially when she was talking to Abigail Breslin, the other star of the movie, who did a very good job as the victim. finally at the grave her mom disappeared and she didnt react and continued talking, showing us viewers that she is nuts. On Human Rights Day, NGOs call for accountability and an end to the crackdown in Belarus. But suddenly she wakes up in the basement. But at the end of the movie we see that Young-sook ( 2019Villain ) calling to herself (1999Villain ) and, "telling that she can get killed in 1999 year, Seo- yeon's mom and cops are coming. By Jacob Kastrenakes @jake_k Nov 27, 2017, 12:14pm EST Share this story. I prefer going with the latter (the bad end), because if YS was dead due to the fall, it should have happened before 8am. Now, these are important in trying to make sense of that ending. In this timeline 2019Villain knows Mom and the cop are coming to visit, obviously a fight happened and thus she is warning her 1999 self. A Reddit User Rates Every Joe Buck World Series Ending Call. Harrison Ford discusses the heartbreak, which is less brutal than the book. All that we see is she captured our SY in that post credit scene. That was the phonecall between 2019Villain and 1999villain before the Mom and cop arrive. The story is very clearly defined with the family’s struggle–and the stunted grief around the mother’s death and the deep and guttural grief with Charlie’s death–but the “plot” as it were might not be as easily picked up. MW2 ended in a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ way, at first I thought this ended in a nice way but after watching it on YT with the secret ending I had the MW2 flashback. If you rewatch it you can see that the call did happen exactly within these rule. 2019Villains memory is probably a different version of fight were she also almost lost her life. The ending of Netflix's new Korean movie, The Call, left many viewers perplexed. Giri/Haji has proven to be a TV revelation for those that watched. 'The Call' Discussion Thread [Spoilers] I just saw this movie and since I couldn't find a previous thread about the movie, I thought I'd start one and I'd like to get your opinions of the movie. So The Call stars Halle Berry and is directed by Brad Anderson. 1999Villain must have tried to call 2019 and when no one answered (house was abandoned), she realized the future is drastically changed and thought perhaps she got arrested or died. As with the conclusion of its parent show, Breaking Bad, there … I thought about that too, but that still makes things confusing. I would have much rather they do the obvious and make sure the monster was taken out of the picture completely (though I guess that would quash a sequel which is apparently being considered. For YS2019 to be able to stay in that house and turn it into serial killer central, her actions would have needed to stay secret. Same with the farmer. At the end of the movie (before the post credits), SY's dad is still dead and her mom alive, but this time SY feels grateful for her mom still being around since she had almost lost her. INCEPTION has continued to baffle viewers since its release in 2010, with the ambiguous ending sparking many theories and opinions when it comes to … When strawberry farmer died in the past while dining with them in the present, SY jumped into another reality/timeline where the dinner with strawberry farmer did not even happen and again with new set of character/pieces (it’s only a coincidence where in both timeline the parents were seated on the dining table but they are in essence not the ‘same’ parents from moments ago). In just two years, “Call Her Daddy,” a raunchy podcast about sex, dating, culture and life in New York, became a cult sensation. Btw, I rewatched it and there was no indicator that 2019 made the call and not the other way around, I think 1999 made the call. Each lines are unique and with every change in the past, SY jumps into a new line. The moviegoers (and myself) in the theater let out audible groans and yelled at the screen when the credits suddenly started rolling. With the Judgement of Atlantis DLC, our time in Ancient Greece is ending, so it’s more important than ever that you get the conclusion you want. Shoulda just let the step mom kill the villian at the start lmao that was her best reality. No one can interfere with that timeline. She literally sees her world crumble and change to a new reality. I think that is not meaningful since it can be explained by just a horror dream made by SY, to amplify the fearness of the movie. Do you agree with our thoughts on what Gears 5’s canon ending is? Think of this as several parallel lines (timelines), the present is flowing/shifting because the past between the 20yr gap is not yet fixed. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, News & Discussion about Major Motion Pictures, Press J to jump to the feed. Everything was meant to happen lol. So what exactly happens in Hereditarythat leads to the explosion of terr… Do yourself a favor and skip this film, it's one call you don't want to make. Still doesn't make sense because of all the times that the past changed the future, SY never teleports anywhere. When the first credits popped up, I thought this was a nice way of telling the viewer they should be grateful for what they have. All in all, the movie was a good thriller, with pretty good pacing and believable performances. The Seo-yun we see tied up at the end isn't the kid that has been kept prisoner all these years (she looks way too clean/untortured for that), she's the one that present Young-sook has managed to kidnap after her mother disappears. Another rule set is that whenever the timeline or reality shifts, SY is always in the same spot as she was in the previous timeline. 2019Villain is not experiencing physical shifting realities. The trailers don't do it justice. Remember that this is SY’s reality, the 2019Villain here is ALSO a piece of this new timeline. It follows Berry, a 911 operator, as she deals with the daily challenges of the job, most notably dealing with the fact that operators don't know the outcomes of the situations they are handling. If it’s 10:01am in 1999 then it has to be 10:01am in 2019. Believing that he is the first to expose Ji-soo he attempts to call Min-hee, whose phone starts to ring in Ji-soo’s bag. Only SY has awareness as she replaces her self in each timeline she jumps into. For the hardcore Nazi Zombies enthusiast, there’s only one true ending to The Final Reich. Cookies help us deliver our Services. SY's reality doesn't change based on what ifs, it changes whenever someone dies in the past. Reddit is home to thousands of communities, endless conversation, and authentic human connection. REPH earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020. Another example is when she ended up in the tunnel in the new timeline after her Dad disappeared. It's only unfortunate that the ending was such a letdown. For those who have completed the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign, here is how the game's ending … So if YS died then SY and her mom would be alive and we get the ending, if YS survived and killed SYs mom the other part would happen, we wouldn't get this plot twist if we follow the movies logic. Not even them. I know it’s confusing but this is not like Dark where everything is predestined and set that goes in a never-ending circle. I have a question. After Young-sook is able to avoid capture by police and the house changes with all the fridges, the only thing that Seo-yun was able to change by contacting her mom was to buy her a few hours. 0. I'm glad they cast someone who was able to be very emotional and vulnerable without it devolving into whining and carrying on like a lot of horror starlets can be. Dbzk is actually correct. There’s another ending The Irishman more closely echoes, it’s the one that puts a cap on what is, arguably, the greatest mafia film ever made: The Godfather Part II. We rlly just need to accept the ending as being a lazy plot hole filled twist, I liked the movie but the fire extinguisher being first choice of a murder weapon was dumb. Midsommar's ending reveals that Pelle lured his friends to Hårga so that they could be used in the festival's rituals of mating and sacrifice.His brother, Ingemar (Hampus Hallberg), did the same, bringing two friends from London. The warning was simply to let her know what is going to happen, again since the phonecall between 2019 and 1999 itself is a divergent event, both of them are now aware that this timeline is not fixed. I even skipped the last part of the ending because it was shown after the credits... Can someone explain this to me? We also did not see how the 2019Villain of this timeline is doing although obviously she was not arrested. This ones not clear to me, because after he died on Dec 31, based on the rules of this movie there is no way to jump back to Dec11 as this is already outside the 20yr gap. Therefore in this timeline, the Villain for some reason was not able to turn the house into a serial killer hideout. For all other character only one timeline exist. When SY jumped into this timeline (when she ended up close to the fridge) ,you can see this timeline's 2019Villain on the phone upstairs. All other characters in her Present are basically pieces of her new reality, for example when her Dad came back to life, he doesn’t have memory of the fire and the Mom doesn’t have memory of the events in the other timeline where she was sick. The killer survived and killed the mom and took SY hostage for 20 years. This is why whenever her past self and father enter the house to wait for SY's mom, he doesn't disappear from her reality until she kills him right? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The best explanation is ... No explaination at all.... Its a plot hole!! (In 1999/2000, the fight between mum and YS was supposed to happen in midnight). Comment. He can really turn up the creep factor to 11 without it going overboard. Theories are, the SY of this timeline could have escaped and lived somewhere or was captured by the Villain all these years. If that wasn't the case then he would have disappeared the moment they decided to enter the house. Whether you're into breaking news, sports, TV fan theories, or a never-ending stream of the internet's cutest animals, there's a community on Reddit for you. I tried to wrap my head around this one, come up with an explanation that made sense to me and hopefully I am able to present it below. MC is actually diagnosed with mental instability etc from killing her father with the fire. If 2019Villain tells 1999Villain to change the events (avoid the fight) that happened, they might drastically change the 2019(which actually in this timeline is favorable for them). Your player character of Bell learns a deeply seeded secret at the end of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Giri/Haji’s ending has left some fans scratching their heads but, let’s be honest, the show couldn’t have ended any other way. 0. It was her past self and she called to say she survived. So how is that scene possible where call has been made from future to past? Or, it can also be explained by SY's failed attempt to revenge after her mum disappeared, so she is captured by YS, once again. First, the call between 2019Villain and 1999Villain. how does one turn it up to 11 without going overboard? Thus she was desperate to change it again and what better way than to kill SY's mom (only big moves will cause drastic impact on the future). I couldn’t help but laugh during the finale, when the OA’s followers foiled a school shooting through the po… Btw, I rewatched it and there was no indicator that 2019 made the call and not the other way around, I think 1999 made the call. I also feel like it takes away from the film's message too. For example, if no one answered it means house was abandoned and possibly it changed unfavorably for the Villain. That's the few hours after she leaves the house (changed again b/c Young-sook abandoned it, knowing the cops would come for the dead officer) and looks for her mother.

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