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Friday, August 24, 2012

The Apparition ending

The Apparition movie opened this week in theaters to a cold reception. According to many movie websites, the Ashley Greene supernatural thriller is screening at 800 locations. It is projected to earn only $2.5 million, a bottom of the line box office finish. Give The Apparition movie a chance. If you can watch the ghost shows on television, The Apparition movie is worth your movie admission.

The Apparition ending ties all loose ends. In the movie ending, the apparition begins to play tricks on the human mind. Debating whether to watch The Apparition? Postpone reading The Apparition ending below.



***Movie Spoiler***


***The Apparition Ending***


Ben, Kelly and Patrick eliminate the apparition. Patrick enjoys a cold Corona beer. He sits at the table, in align with a door. Ben and Kelly clean the trash the apparition leaves behind. In the moments preceding the victory, we see the walls and the glass crack. The power surge and the entity join together to damage the home.

Patrick enjoys one last swig of his beer. The door opens up. Patrick is sucked in the portal. He tries to free himself, but the force is too powerful. He dies. 

Ben and Kelly enter their home. Patrick's beer is on the ground. His chair is turned upside down. Ben and Kelly depart the home as quickly as they can. They drive away in an old Chevy pickup truck. 

Patrick's cabin in located in the mountains. Ben and Kelly enter the home to Patrick's audio experiment playing back his notes. Patrick admits the apparition is a malevolent spirit that pre-dates demons and ghosts. There is a dimension like the subplanes that is far worse than the human imagination. The entities feed off of fear to consume their victims. 

Ben and Kelly enter a cage Patrick created to prevent the apparition from affecting their mind. While inside the cage, Kelly loses sight of Ben. She leaves the cage to search for her boyfriend. She opens a door. 

The wall consumes part of Ben's body. His mouth is wide open, imitating Lydia's death in the opening scene. Ben dies. 

Kelly runs out of the cabin. She finds the Chevy truck sinking into the ground. Kelly takes the forrest route to escape the cabin. She runs and runs, finally out of breath. The apparition attacks her. 

On top of a hill, Kelly looks downward at Costco. Her face has fresh cuts and scratches. She limps down the hill, almost dragging her lifeless feet.

Inside Costco, the site of the opening setup, Kelly migrates to a tent. She enters the tent and zips it up. With tears rolling down her cheek and obviously in fear, several old hands begin to come around her frontside. 

Kelly has a look of denial planted on her face. She is trying to reject the apparition with her mind. The apparition has total control of her weak and powerless mind, body and soul. The last hand suffocates Kelly. She is the last main character to die in fear.  

The film ends.    

9 comments:

  1. I thought she already died when she got attacked and she is in a new realm, perhaps the Apparition's own realm.

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    1. That may be possible. She did get attacked after leaving the cabin. Then, we do see her trek to Cosco to hide in the tent. The hands wrapping around her is probably an indication that she is longer in the real world.

      The film is written so badly that it takes a more critical eye to analyze the ending. Thanks for the comment.

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