Few movies as of late have drawn such polarized reactions as Steven Spielberg's 2005 reworking of H.G. Wells' alien-invasion classic. Supporters think that it's one of the most viscerally gripping experiences commited to film in a long time, while detractors argue that it has a very weak ending, not much in the way of actual storytelling/development and unlikeable leads. I fall in the former. Seeing the film opening night was an amazing experience, and I don't think anything will ever replicate it, at least not soon. I've become very jaded with Hollywood and it's constant stream of garbage, making me think that nothing could ever again excite me in the rawest form--and then comes along something like WotW. My heart was racing all the way, something a film hasn't done to me in a very long time. Seeing the film on DVD(Without a home theatre setup), much of the initial shock wears off. Unfortunately, it also makes me realize that the film itself is quite flawed, and that it's detractors bring up good points... but I nonetheless think it is a fine piece of heartracing cinema. Now, what do you think?