Bowling For Columbine -7/10-
Bowling For Columbine -7/10-
Once Upon A Time In America -9/10-
Kingdom of Heaven - 10/10
Brilliant movie, can't expect any different from ridley scott.
The Hitcher (2006 remake): 6.8/10
You know what, I'm gonna go out on a limb and defend this movie. Why? Because of Sean Bean. He really made the movie enjoyable for me. Now, this is a biased score because I have not seen the original yet, but this is my 2nd viewing of the movie on blu-ray format. The transfer looks amazing. The sound is good (especially when NIN's 'Closer' kicks in) and I love the cinematography of this film, especially the sequence where they meet Ryder and it's pure downpour, but shot so sexy.
That being said, I'm a little confused at why he needed to kill people? Is it a game? A high for him? Does he want a challenge? It's kind of hinted that he wants his victims to overcome him, but nonetheless, it feels like there could have been a lot more explained about him. I would gladly develop a character more for a remake. But Sean Bean is the perfect badass and the climax is sort of weak. I expected more and a lot of the shit that girl was put through could have been avoided if she had pulled the trigger when she had the chance to. Maybe that's why it has such a low score.
Tin Tin - 5/10
Tin Tin the character was rather boring and i will go as far to say the only good character was Haddock. The cartoonish humor conflicted with the artstyle. I felt like when i did when watching the star wars prequels where the cg just put me off and i didnt care about anything going on but it wasnt a bad movie like the star wars prequels were. Its free on Amazon Prime right now so if you are bored i say give it a watch. I have spoke to alot of people about this movie and it seems reviews are all over the place so please dont let my review make up your mind on seeing the movie because you may love it.
The Hobbit: 8.5/10
Best 3D I've seen. The HFR was distracting at first, but I must say that i prefer it now. It certainly helped the 3D.
200mph on netflix
This is an endearing story about two brothers with a stripper mom trying to make it out of the world of street racing.
If your a car guy you need to see how horrible the stats they spit out are also the horrible acting good shit
6/10 because it made me laugh lmao
9/10.. Had a few flaws, but an awsome movie all round
Miami Vice 2006 = 7.8
Actually a good movie.
Not as funny as the trailer made it out to be and actually quite dark. Ellen Page's character is insane. Rainn Wilson was kind-of as well. Not quite sure how I feel about the film exactly, but for now 3.5 out of 5.
The Hobbit: 9/10
Peter Jackson is the next George Lucas of fantasy film genre. Except, the prequels by Peter Jackson do not suck and are actually as great as the original trilogy!
The Hobbit - 10/10
I just saw this and it's simply amazing. This was a great start for the trilogy and should make all fans happy and excited to see how the rest turn out.
The Hobbit - 9/10
I know i said i was gonna wait until i saw both 3D/HFR and 2D versions before reviewing but i saw the 3D/HFR version and holy shit was that amazing visually! Gollum was so lifelike with his animations at 48fps. Where i noticed it the most was definitely the flowing water. If 48fps is the future of films i am all for it. Best scene with the combination of the 3D and 48fps was at the end (spoiler below)
I highly recommend everyone to experience the 3D/HFR version.
Pretty much agreed with what HellsJester said. I hope any movies that involve any sort of action shoot at 48fps, at least in the action sequences.
*thinks of Michael Bay*
*Imagines Avengers 2 in HFR*
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 8/10 (Will most likely increase when I see it again.)
Watched in 3D HFR, it is simply the way 3D should have always been.
3D trailers before movie were simply horrid in comparison.. and difference was evident within couple of seconds into the movie.
In future I will watch movies in either 2D or 3D HFR.
Video Game High School
Even though Youtube special effects artist & filmmaker Freddie Wong worked on it, he didn't seem to get to be allowed enough creativity. It's simply about kids at a high school that trains it's students in esports. Pretty dorky, long, and pandering. Overall pretty meh.
1 out of 5
If you're even remotely interested in filmmaking, read the great technical article below by Pulitzer-winning French-American director and photographer Vincent Laforet. It's long, but very much well worth a read, even if you don't agree with him.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Masterclass in Why 48 FPS Fails
I saw Breaking Dawn-2 and strongly believe that it is the least likable!:neutral:
I know it has break all the records and stuff but i din't like the story line at all..I just enjoyed the last three mins in which they sum up the scenes from the other parts!
Was highly disappointed :Smiley3:
I dont understand why 48 fps and not 60 or even 30 which are pretty much the standards.