This massive Wondercon trailer is one gigantic and beautiful scene after another. This film is really trying to beat the idea of giant scale into our minds and personally it’s working for me. I will be watching this film in IMAX, it will be the best film ever made and as God as my witness Del Toro will get an Oscar! On my previous review of Trailer #1 I confessed my ridiculous excitement for this film, and clearly this trailer doesn’t help, I might actually go crazy waiting for this! The thing you notice about the trailer is a lot more behind the scenes detail such as the command center and well just people in general, and we see Charlie day for the first time talking about understanding the enemy (he is a scientist). Then we go over a few scenes showing how the Jaegers work with mind melding and such. We also get an insight into how the war with the Kaiju has been going, but after that its 2,500 tonnes of awesome with lots and lots of battle scenes and Giant Robot action! 12th July save the date!
Posts Tagged ‘Guillermo Del Toro’
Tags: Charlie Day, Charlie Hunnam, Guillermo Del Toro, Idris Elba, Jaeger, Kaiju, Legendary Pictures, Max Martini, Pacific Ocean, Pacific Rim, Pacific Rim (Trailer #2) Review, Poster, Ramin Djawadi, Review, Rinko Kikuchi, Rob Kazinsky, Ron Perlman, Trailer, Trailer #2
Tags: Alan Dale as Charles Jacoby, Bailee Madison as Sally Hurst, Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark, Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (2010), Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (2010) Review, Edwina Ritchard as housekeeper, Fantasy, Garry McDonald as Emerson Blackwood, Guillermo Del Toro, Guy Pearce as Alex Hurst, Horror, Jack Thompson as William Harris, Julia Blake as Mrs. Underhill, Katie Holmes as Kim, Matthew Robbins, Mystery, Review, Suspense, Troy Nixey
This film is great if you want to scare kids but past that it’s not going to put fear into any horror fans. The original was better at that, or I was myself younger when I watched it. Yes that makes sense. The story is just as good and it is made really well, the acting is good and visuals were also very well done. Couple of things to say though, if your kid is afraid of the dark, for the love of god do not show them this (unless your kids are terrible). Also if you at any point even remotely think that your child maybe right about the monsters under her bed, you then take them and yourself to a hotel and slowly and calmly BURN YOUR HOUSE TO THE GROUND! Just a suggestion though (I am not getting sued).
Tags: Action, Combat, Dark Horse Comics, Guillermo Del Toro, Horror, horror film, Marvel, mutant monsters, Thomas Kretschmann, Vampires, Wesley Snipes
Oops turns out Hellboy is actually Dark Horse Comics my bad and not marvel so in its place I chosen Blade 2 hope you agree with my choice, funnily enough turns out to be another Guillermo del Toro film so good for him. 5 Worst Marvel Films will be released later today.
Tags: Action, Battleships, Combat, Comedy, comic book sequel, Edward Norton, entertainment, Evil, fantastical creatures, film, Guillermo Del Toro, immense style, Michael Fassbender, Military, Remake, Robert Downey Jr., Ron Perlman, science fiction plot, Stan Lee, stunning visuals, super heroes, The Avengers, wealthy philanthropist, x men last stand
To celebrate the release of Marvels ‘The Avengers’ I have decided to post the best and worst of marvels recent films starting with the best which hopefully in the future will include ‘The Avengers‘.