Originally Posted by Kim Bruun
In no way am I arguing that she didn't do a great job. I was only saying that for me personally, the scene was somehow less than the sum of its parts. This whole thread is about subjectivity - no matter how analytical we would like to be, there are always movies we can't quite get in to - in spite of their qualities.
Well, I'll also give you this one: Marsha being the lone representative of what the werewolves were that Karen was warning the world about might lend your argument something. I felt most of the evil werewolves had little presence when onscreen throughout the movie, so, you could subconsciously feel that if there's nothing to be afraid of in the movie, nothing's really coming to substantiate the graveness Karen was suggesting.
Does that... sound like anything you felt watching the ending?