I could rant all day about how it's done wrong, but I've done so multiple times in the past so my heart's not into it right now. I will say this movie does it right. And I'll also say that while the ending is disappointing, it is certainly not what I was expecting, so it gets credit for originality. It's just an overall good film that had me actually feeling emotional, something that other horror films fail to invoke. (If I don't feel for the characters, then by definition, I cannot be scared, thus, if I don't feel anything, the movie has failed. And this one? Didn't fail. Because I did feel, and feel a lot.)
Next up was a repeat showing of The To-Do List, because there was someone who missed it the first time and yet who was there to watch it this time that the movie was basically highly appealing to. (For their privacy, I obviously will not describe in what ways.) And we finished the night with a film I've been wanting to see ever since I heard of it, Big Hero Six, and while the plot was predictable and the characters slightly one-dimensional, I loved it all the same because it's...well, it was a joy.