Containment, Episode 3





Curiosity sabotaged me. I went in for another look.

No more. This is so boring.

The original Cordon — which I’ve seen all of but decided not to do a post about — knew how to generate suspense and mystery. This has neither suspense nor mystery. Nor really any drama.

And the divergences from the original story make no damn sense to me at all.


Previously here:

Containment, Episode 2
The Original “Cordon” Versus America’s “Containment” Adaptation
Containment, Episode 1

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2 Responses to Containment, Episode 3

  1. Martin says:

    If you have the chance ..try ÓFÆRÐ / TRAPPED…I think you will like it…

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