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What was your scary scene in the movie?


The semi-trailer truck accident about to happen bothered me.

Here is s dream interpretation of it:
"Truck

It is our own life that is represented and everything depends on us. Which is a cargo vehicle indicates that we do not start with empty hands. -The Gasoline represents our energy capacity. -The Body, our external appearance. -The Steering wheel control capability. -The Brakes will. -The Electrical circuit, intelligence. -The Headlights, our ability view of the facts. If the truck is in good condition it is that we have confidence in ourselves. If is in bad condition represents our fears. If we are alone driving the truck indicates desire for independence. If we travel accompanied the actions of the passengers, including us, we will reveal what our attitude to those around us. If you drive another person means that we are not masters of our destiny…."

"Accident

In dreams accident the first thing we look at is whether there is some uncertainty about our ability to control our reflexes and emotions, in which case this dream reflects our intimate fear that surely has been updated by the proximity of decisions within us important travel, or similar causes. Otherwise, indicates that on our way (personal, professional or social) appear a major obstacle, so we must pay special attention in the coming days to find out what the danger that threatens us. If escaped the accident is that our good sense take us out of an embarrassing situation. If we just see offhandedly nustra existence is disturbed by some disgruntled vera or humiliation, but without any further consequences…."

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Nothing scared me. Tame movie.

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wtf is that nonsense

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So the movie was lame? There was nothing in it to bother you?

I didn't get the burial grounds crap. People and animals coming back to life is BS. The only thing I got out of it was from the highway scene. Every winter, I used to go up a highway like that to go skiing and there were plenty of big rigs traveling both directions. No other way to go. I suppose it is an idyllic place to live, but too many people going through to get to Lake Tahoe, gambling or some other forms of recreation. If you live there, then you are just an after thought. You have to fend for yourself.

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[spoiler]The undead parents approaching Gage in the car and unlocking the door at the end. That was a great ending and far more memorable than the one in the original.[/spoiler]

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Now that you brought it up, it is a troubling ending. It's not like Louis was an evil person or bad parent, but he ends up that way.

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