Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by hallryu, Dec 3, 2011.
Roberta Vasquez is gorgeous.
Meet the fablemans. 8/10
Predictable but Interesting semi biography I assume about speilberg.... Good start good end but a few high drama scenes with nothing but boring dialogue that just left me wanting more of the kid than the parents....
Ant-man Quantumania, 10/10 Pretty visuals, 9/10 Great Cast and Acting, glad Michelle Pfeiffer got some action going, Kang is glorious. Music is 6/10 serviceable and forgettable.
Story is 4/10 at best. (in comparison i put Avatar 2 story to 2/10)
Went home from movie theater and felt the need for a movie with more meaning, story, character developement: Watched "The Father" with Antony Hopkins and it ws absolutely fabulous.
As a fan of both post-apocalyptic stories and video games, I was eagerly anticipating the release of The Last of Us television series. Having played the game, I was excited to see how the story would be adapted for a new medium and how the characters would be portrayed by the talented actors.
After watching the first few episodes of the series, I can say that I am thoroughly impressed. The attention to detail in the set design, costume design, and makeup is astounding, and it really helps to bring the world of The Last of Us to life on screen. The acting is also top-notch, with the actors delivering powerful and emotional performances that really capture the essence of the characters.
One of the things I appreciate most about the series is how faithful it is to the game's story. While there are some changes and additions, the showrunners have managed to maintain the same tone and themes that made the game so impactful. The story is just as gritty and harrowing as the game, and the characters are just as complex and relatable.
Overall, I think that The Last of Us television series is an excellent adaptation of the game and a great standalone story in its own right. It's a must-watch for fans of the game and anyone who enjoys well-crafted post-apocalyptic stories. I can't wait to see where the series goes from here and how the story will continue to unfold.
Watching a movie from 2019 on youtube movies, it's russian and dubbed, a sci-fi alien invasion type thriller.
At one point they find a whole city wiped out and they comment about one of their tanks lying with it's turret blown off.
It's not too bad, ticks along quite well.
The Blackout: Invasion Earth
So we had two movies last year that dealt with the muti-verse one of them went on to be amazing and scoop a load of Oscars the other turned out to be Dr Strange 2.
Was the other one a super hero movie? I always got the impression oscar hated super hero movies unless it's black panther.
This one, not really a super hero movie as far as I'm aware: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6710474/
That said, out of the list of top 10 oscare movies of 2022 (shown 2021), I still have Dune to watch, the rest... meh. Same this year, maybe 1 or 2 movies I want to see.
Oddly enough, I want to see "The Whale". Frasier was shunned by Hollywood for years and now seemingly has redeemed himself.
Ohh, Michelle Yeoh... she is cool, really liked her in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. She is going to be in the next Avatar movie!
I kinda feel the same to be honest, there really hasn't been anything "amazing" lately.
The reason for Frasier being shunned like that is pretty gross, there's some pretty disgusting people in high places in Hollywood.
I'm really interested in seeing what becomes of "The Incal", I hope that translates well to live action.
Yeah I too am a fan of Yeoh since Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. Just NEVER look at her feet... it shatters the multiverse. You can't unsee...
But yeah, Fraser (I just read how he's spelled I didn't know better) actually was pretty popular with his light action and comedy movies (The Mummy, George From The Jungle), but I really want to see if after all this time he's a character actor as well. Not 100% sure what happened to him but somewhere I heard / seen it has been something else than his movie work actually.