Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by hallryu, Dec 3, 2011.
if an ai generator made a full movie
I watched Matrix 4 at the weekend, in 4k HDR with Dolby Atmos, pretty stunning and a great storyline.
However anybody who didn't get the first film will deffo not understand this one.
They did Christina Ricci so dirty... I still can't believe they used an actress like her for such a role.
I didnt even know she was in it. I dont watch trailers of films i want to see or even read reviews, id rather watch them without any preconceptions.
Exactly my point, they used her as a background character that appears for a second.
In the trailer they show her and I was like ohh awesome Christina Ricci is in the new Matrix movie.... only to be met with... Did you blink and miss her!
That aside it was an ok movie, I enjoyed it.
Same for me with Tropic Thunder when Les Grossman first appeared, im like "hey wait a minute, that bloke looks familiar" then it dawned on me, fat hands Tom Cruise.
And a little bit of Red Dwarf thrown in
Although his performance was superb, his role paid off just for the dancing at the end with Ludacris' song, still hilarious
Well.... I'll just sit here waiting for 17 hours.
Regarding Dune 2, I'm reminded of when HBO had the series "Rome" on, and in a discussion forum someone said something along the lines of "Well, tonight should be the episode where Caesar gets assassinated, Marc Antony gives his big speech, and things get crazy", and someone replied in annoyance "No Spoilers!". lol
Granted, the film can take liberties, even change up some stuff, but "that floating fat man", as Mel Ferrer earlier described him, should inevitably find that Paul and Alia have "encompassed his doom", or more strictly speaking, introduced him to her Gom Jabbar. Though of course it's not like I consulted the Dune Tarot after consuming a lot of melange before writing that, and the writers can throw us a curve ball.
P.S. Sort of off topic but I recommend the short lived TV series The Middleman, which starred the actor who played Feyd Rautha in the Dune TV limited series, Matt Keeslar. I found it clever and hilarious, and in one episode loaded with Dune references.
I just rewatched, Outland 1981, it s such a brilliant scifi atmospheric film, the direction is brilliant and the premise and the whole atmosphere of the film, brilliant acting by sean connery, overall underrated scifi film
Here is the trailer in case anyone missed it.