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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

Did they kill the monster at the end of the movie, Cloverfield?

Where did the monster come from? Why did the military take away that girl that was bleeding and bleeding from her eye? Why is the movie called cloverfield? Did it really happen?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    people the monster is not dead.sorry if i spoil the movie but almost everyone knows that now even if you didnt see the movie.after the credit you hear a radio transmission.it sound like some is saying help us.but someone played the audio in reverse and it clearly say "its still alive"(rob might be the one saying this.for more info go to the wikipedia page of cloverfield and look at references 7(2nd link) and 8(3rd link).use the link below to listen to the audio(1st link).

  • 1 decade ago

    1) J. J. Abrams has said "Cloverfield" lay dormant in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, until it was hit by a falling satellite owned by the fictional Japanese drilling company Tagruato. Abrams described the creature as a "baby" who has been underwater for thousands of years who is "confused, disoriented, and irritable" when he comes out,

    2) She Was Infected From The Bite. The Military had Here Quarantined So That She Wouldn't Infect Anyone Else.

    3) The film was titled Cloverfield from the beginning, but the title changed throughout production before it was finalized as the original title. Matt Reeves explained that the title was changed frequently due to the hype caused by the teaser trailer, "That excitement spread to such a degree that we suddenly couldn't use the name anymore. So we started using all these names like Slusho and Cheese. And people always found out what we were doing!" The director said that "Cloverfield" was the government's case designate for the monster, comparing the titling to that of the Manhattan Project. "And it's not a project per se. It's the way that this case has been designated. That's why that is on the trailer, and it becomes clearer in the film. It's how they refer to this phenomenon [or] this case," said the director. The film's final title, "Cloverfield", is the name of a main street in Santa Monica, CA, near Abrams's office.

    4) The whole movie was fake lol. If it was real we'd all be dead.

  • 1 decade ago

    J. J. Abrams has said "Cloverfield" lay dormant in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, until it was hit by a falling satellite owned by the fictional Japanese drilling company Tagruato. Abrams described the creature as a "baby" who has been underwater for thousands of years who is "confused, disoriented, and irritable" when he comes out, and Goddard pointed out the lack of explanation in the film of the creature's origin was deliberate. Reeves described the creature's reaction to its surroundings, "It’s this new environment that it finds frightening."

    They dragged her away because she had been bitten by the flea-parasites the monster carried around on its skin. Something in their saliva causes a severe reaction in humans. She later exploded, and that was why they had to get her away from the public.

    The director said that "Cloverfield" was the government's case designate for the monster, comparing the titling to that of the Manhattan Project. "And it's not a project per se. It's the way that this case has been designated. That's why that is on the trailer, and it becomes clearer in the film. It's how they refer to this phenomenon [or] this case," said the director. The film's final title, "Cloverfield", is the name of a main street in Santa Monica, CA, near Abrams's office.

    No, it didn't really happen, silly. It's a fictional movie told from the point of view from a hand-held camera. That's just how the movie was filmed. It didn't really happen. If it did, it would have been all over the news, not the big screen.

    Apparantly it didn't die. At the end of the movie, after all of the credits, you can hear Rob say "It's still alive." Plus, if it could survive behind hit in the head with a satillite and pummeled by Stealth Bomber bombs as well as tank and jet fire, I'm pretty sure the little cretin could survive any thing. . .

  • barsky
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    4 years ago

    Wikipedia Cloverfield

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    it us a fake story. the monster came from the ocean and is a baby, its confused. the girl was bleeding because she got poisoned from the bite. no they didnt kill it. at the very end of the credits it says "its still alive"

  • mhoon
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    there grew to become into the great monster that destroyed the homes after which the infants that attacked the human beings, they gave the impact of huge spiders. does not count how many monsters there grew to become into the action picture grew to become into somewhat undesirable.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    the monster is dead by the time the credits roll

  • 1 decade ago

    yes

  • 1 decade ago

    yes but at the end someone died in the movie. i think the brother or whoever it was after they killed the monsters. that's wat i heard.

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