Bird Box

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Susan Bezuidenhout
Just watched the movie, no animals died that we saw.
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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furnkvxhvx
The birds all survive.
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MMM
A character attempts to harm budgies by sticking them in the fridge (unsuccessful) starts at 1:17:15 ends 1:18:32. Is in the middle of a plot important scene but you should be able to figure out what's happening through context.
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Aniamlgirlmep
I don’t know if it’s technically an “anxiety attack” since we don’t know what causes it, but a few of the people seem to have symptoms similar to anxiety attacks when committing suicide.
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Are there bugs?
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ItsMe
*SPOILERS!!!* There are no ghosts BUT the voices that the kids and Malorie hear is the *monster thing* trying to make them take their blindfolds off so they would look at it. It can also mimic the look of someone, as seen in the beginning of the movie, where Lydia goes in the street to help pregnant Malorie to get up she starts "talking" to something that looks like her mom, later to find out that her mom has been dead for a while, so we can say that it was the creature trying to get her to commit suicide.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Lex Xie Barner
Subtle but loud, ends in being attacked. Not extremely sudden. Happens when a person is blindfolded and aiming a gun. Happens on a boat
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someonesomewhere
A computer monitor is knocked over at a point (with decent warning) and takes up a moderate percentage of the screen, but flickers a black and white static screen. The scene is fairly evenly lighted even with the screen, so the flashing is not overpowering. It does not seem fast enough to cause seizures, but I don't know enough about epilepsy to not mention it.
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
Many cars are seen crashing in the first few scenes of the movie. First, on TV, and eventually in person as the people around the protagonist panic. Eventually, the protagonist's car crashes soon after, and even though the crash in itself doesn't kill any of the car's occupants, one of them dies soon after by letting herself be run over by a truck.
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Lilly
A car runs over a man's head as he lies in the road. Only the characters in the car's reactions are shown (they don't see what happened and assume it's a speed bump), but the noise is quite graphic.
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GwendolynCox
(spoilers) the main child characters do not. However, a parent in the house receives a call from their daughter as she sees the monster.
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moonstone
yes, a parent does die [SPOILERS] olympia, the second pregnant lady we meet, gets her eyes forced open. she jumps out a window, shortly after she delivered her child.
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simplyammee
You *see* a plane on the ground, which is why, I assume, someone answered yes
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Taryn
No, however a mother dies minutes after giving birth.
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gabriellameade15
first half hour of film, guy sacrifices himself for group right after we are told he has/had a husband
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Deskfan
Certainly somewhat happy, but also with little hope as they are stuck in this one little place and when they leave the monsters can attack them
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
First, the protagonist and her sister talk about drinking wine while the protagonist is pregnant. Later on a character is seen drinking in the alcohol aisle of a store. Later on, he is seen bringing alcohol back to the house and drinking, implying that he probably drinks often. He offers a glass of whiskey to the pregnant protagonist, who accepts and drinks it.
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Animalgirlmep
There are people who are crushed by cars/ rubble at one point, although it’s not usually shown. There is also one person who bashed their head open against a wall.
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
The entire plot of the movie revolves around an entity that, upon being seen, sends people in a frenzy and has them kill themselves. None of those people are specifically suicidal in the first place, however. Their self-induced deaths are one hundred percent caused by an otherworldy influence. Though, if self-induced death is a no-no for you, it's impossible to watch the movie while avoiding it.
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Jake Erdman
Hes practically dead before he goes under but does go under while alive.
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
A woman throws herself out of a window right after she gave birth. She is seen falling, but there is no close shot of her body after it hit the ground.
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andreag112394
There are no miscarriages, however, it should be noted that the main character is pregnant and she does fall on her stomach at one point, but this does not injure her baby and she has a healthy birth.
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
The whole plot of the movie revolves around an unknown force/demon influencing people to try and kill themselves. Several people die in graphic ways, by injuries caused by themselves.
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
One of the characters is seen trying to swallow a bunch of pills (which are strongly implied to be drugs) but is stopped by another character. There is no further mention of drugs after this scene.
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rhipea217
Near the start of the film, Sandra Bullock vomits loudly into a toilet after being handed a leaflet in the hospital - it happens after a sudden cut so took me by surprise as no warning.
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Ectotechbiologist
It's worth mentioning that the gay man is asian, so a PoC does die first. There is also a scene where a black man sacrifices himself for a white family, so that trope very much exists here.
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user27597
the main character is abusive to the kids, yeah. she doesnt give them names and its pretty dehumanizing, she explicitly threatens to hurt them at least once, and she frequently yells at them and is cold to them. i found it triggering, myself
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
In the first few scenes of the movie, a woman in some sort of hallucinatory state walks and sits into a burning car. The scene is not extremely explicit and the woman is not heard screaming, nor does she show any pain whatsoever, however there still is a clear shot of her sitting inside of the burning car.
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rgdmbm
A woman steps in front of a large vehicle (can't remember if lorry or bus) and you see the impact
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user27597
i'd say so. not explicitly like, demon-possessed i guess, but they are at LEAST strongly influenced by the monster in a way that highly resembles possession.
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Animalgirlmep
Not by another person. The film is centered around an entity that forces people to commit suicide, but even while burning in a fire or being crushed by a car, no one shows any reaction to the pain.
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Crystal Dunn
Some group members travel to a local supermarket by driving a car solely on GPS, with all of the windows covered in newspaper. The entire drive can be considered claustrophobic, but there is a particular scene where the Presence overtakes the entire car and the car emits proximity alerts in every direction, which was particularly claustrophobia-inducing.
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Jake Erdman
The main character is pregnant and goes to the hospital for a checkup on her baby.
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ItsMe
While there is so scene, we learn halfway through the movie that there are some people that escaped from a mental institution for the criminally insane that can look at the thing and not die. They go *hunting* for the survivors trying to get them to look at the creature.
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schadd
not as a significant component of the movie but douglas is probably alcohol addicted
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Animalgirlmep
Yes, at least 50% of the movie shows blood somewhere.
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wesleythomasm
In what universe is *that* 'giving birth?'
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Taryn
There isn’t, however one of the characters seems to imply her family having an unhealthy structure at a few points. It is never specified what’s wrong with it, so I don’t know for sure if part of it is domestic abuse.
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Kaleigh
No, however there is a scene where someone's eyes are forcibly held open.
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Animalgirlmep
Yes, someone has to shoot someone else while blindfolded and a few characters are killed by guns.
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Kaleigh
Homophobia/racism is implied from one character through some of his comments, though it is never stated outright.
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Ludwig-Gabriel Reynet
The protagonist accidentally walks in on two adults having consensual s*x in the laundry room. You can see them naked and embraced for a few seconds before the protagonist immediately closes the door, apologizing. The scene is not very graphic but you can hear and see them while the door is open.
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Lindsay Sorensen
A person is repeatedly cut with a machete.
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