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With confusion. That’s how it ends. But writer Brooks McLaren senses a creative challenge with the doomsday effort, playing a careful game of mystery with the pieces of this puzzle, exploring the end of days without actually identifying the steps toward extinction. McLaren doesn’t want to make a disaster movie, which is commendable, using elements of panic to create a character study, but one that indulges in action film cliches one too many times, diminishing the integrity it’s working to achieve. “How It Ends” delivers the vague shape of the apocalypse, but it’s a frustrating sit, continually interrupting compelling stretches of drama and terror with low-wattage stunts and tedious sequences of back roads survival.  Read the rest at


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