The first thing I have to say about The Book of Eli is that it’s very stylishly directed. The landscape isn’t just desolate, it’s white hot from being burned by the sun. There is a epic feel
I had high hopes for Transformers 2, I’ll admit. The trailer promised sharp, breath taking action, a little humor, robot fights, guy and girl running hand in hand, a bit of a deeper mythology and the expectation of a happy ending.
I think it was probably too much to expect any sort of deeper mythology, but with a good writer it could have
The interesting thing about Terminator Salvation is that it really wasn’t John Connor’s movie. Christian Bale was a great John Connor. He was strong and focused and interesting. There was
I saw Star Trek this weekend. Loved it. I actually haven’t liked a movie that much in a long time. I just walked out of it feeling happy and whole and refreshed. Probably didn’t hurt that I
Push actually envisions how psychic powers would play out in the real world rather than the heightened reality we’re accustomed to with these sorts of stories. Gritty and realistic, it
Avatar is visually stunning. You just can’t escape it. I saw it in IMAX 3D. Now, I can’t compare it to regular 3D but what I saw was revolutionary.
The depth of field was incredible. It wasn’t just what I imagine 3D would be, where
Jumper is a great concept. Its exciting and interesting and could be very cool except that it suffers from a weak script.
The visual effect of the jump is dynamic and propels the story forward. Its so fantastic
Transformers is so much fun! I love Michael Bay and everything he can do visually. Actually liked the story and really enjoyed the characters.
It’s no secret that I like Michael Bay so I’m glad this ended up being a lot better than The Island.
I read this in a Variety review I think, and it really resonated for me.