This final trailer gives the doubters nowhere to run. How anyone doesn’t want to watch this film now is just beyond me and this glorious trailer gives me goosebumps. It is AMAZING!!! I will be watching this film in IMAX, it will be great and it will blow my mind! On my previous review of trailer #3 I confessed my ridiculous excitement for this film, and clearly this trailer doesn’t help, I am losing it right now! The trailer started a little freaky like a found footage horror but then Zod’s voice commands your attention and you will listen! We also get what I am assuming is Zod’s theme music which I like, villains need themes and this one is badass! Oh yeah and everything else! Fighting, heat vision, Faora, then more FIGHTING!!! 14th June save the date!
Posts Tagged ‘Review’
Tags: Amy Adams, Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Christopher Meloni, Christopher Nolan, Cooper Timberline, Diane Lane, Hans Zimmer, Harry Lennix, Henry Cavill, Jadin Gould, Kevin Costner, Laurence Fishburne, Man of Steel, Man of Steel (Trailer #4) Review, Michael Shannon, Poster, Review, Richard Schiff, Russell Crowe, Trailer, trailer 4, Zack Snyder
Tags: Anamaria Marinca, astronaut, Christian Camargo, Daniel Wu, Europa Report, Europa Report (Trailer #1) Review, Karolina Wydra, Michael Nyqvist, Poster, Review, Science Fiction, Sharlto Copley, Trailer, Trailer #1
I don’t usually review trailers for straight to DVD films but this looked interesting and somebody asked me to review it, can’t remember who so sorry about that but here my review. Right from the get go I like the feel, it’s very realistic and grounded with what looks like a slightly futuristic look at space exploration. The idea of physically looking for signs of extra-terrestrial life intrigues me and from what I see they find something, is it good? Nope because that would be a boring film and this looks thrilling. The film has a surprisingly big name Sharto Copley! The guy can’t get enough of aliens and sci fi so he joins the smaller films as well. Love this comment on the trailer “Those damn prawns won’t leave Wikus alone!” kevinbrueck.
Tags: Action, cars, Chris Bridges, Dwayne Johnson, Fast and Furious, Fast and Furious 6, Fast and Furious 6 (2013) Review, Gina Carano, John Ortiz, Jordana Brewster, Justin Lin, Luke Evans, Michelle Rodriguez, Paul Walker, Review, speed racing, Sung Kang, Tyrese Gibson, Vin Diesel
I don’t even know where to begin. You watch the film and you keep shooting from good to bad to what?! The film is good but not great, it has some strong action and visuals but the story is scattered and the acting is as you’d expect. Unlike Fast Five it’s not great and tries to bring a smart script but ends up messy and just not as simple and focused as the last film. As I said in my trailer review the film looked great and was quite excited to see if the trailer was a glimpse of a great film or a spoiler filled thrill ride. Well that gets explained in the spoiler section. Bookmark this if you are waiting to see the film, leave any comments below, if you have seen the film check out the spoiler sections and I will look forward to hearing everyone’s thoughts.
“This code you live by makes you predictable. In our line of work predictable makes you vulnerable. I can reach out and break you any time I want.”
Tags: Bokeem Woodbine, Conrad Pla, Dave Bautista, Jordi Molla, Karl Urban, Katee Sackhoff, Keri Hilson, Matt Nable, Nolan Funk, Poster, Raoul Trujillo, Review, Riddick, Riddick (Trailer #1) Review, Trailer, Trailer #1, Vin Diesel
Well here it is the first full trailer to the final film in the Riddick trilogy. I loved the first film, it had a unique feel to it and was so simple it’s hard not enjoy the ride. Then the follow up Chronicles of Riddick which was so far in the opposite direction even I had trouble keeping track of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy elements at play. Now watching this trailer I obviously feel it taking more influence from the first film, stranded on a desert planet, bounty hunters, the nasty monsters come out at night, R RATING! Love it all and I think it will be at the very least fun. Also got some interesting casting going on which I will talk about later, but on that note where the hell Karl Urban? Honestly put him in the trailer! The action looks good, the monsters look scary and Riddick’s eyes are glowing so let’s get this review started! Comment and like at the end please.
Tags: British science-fiction comedy, Eddie Marsan, Edgar Wright, Martin Freeman, Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Poster, Review, Rosamund Pike, Simon Pegg, The World’s End, The World’s End (Trailer #1) Review, Trailer, Trailer #1
Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost return for the final chapter in their Cornetto trilogy, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and now The World’s End. I heard about this film last year and I didn’t really know what it was about but knew who was involved and was really excited. Little did I know that the film was about a pub crawl that ends with an alien invasion, dear god a comedy alien invasion film is so my type of film! The trailer looks great and I have laughed quite a bit at the various jokes and I am sure it will be great, even the invasion looks great, and a skit of Invasion of the body snatchers but in Edgar Wright style love it. I can’t wait and neither should you, hope you enjoy the review and leave your extremely positive comments at the end.
Tags: Alfonso Cuarón, George Clooney, Gravity, Gravity (Trailer #1) Review, Poster, Review, Sandra Bullock, Science Fiction, Space Shuttle, Trailer, Trailer #1
I like this trailer it’s got a good realistic feel to it. The visuals look great and it’s an intriguing idea, truly scary because they are alone and if they lose their grip they are gone forever. When I first watched this trailer I thought it was a nightmare I had once (I have nerdy dreams) and obviously to me feels frightening. There’s a scene that got to me, just got chills when that astronaut floats away into the darkness. The director of Children of Men is behind this one and whilst that film isn’t my favourite the concepts where fantastic. The cast is really small for a big budget film, with a grand total of two. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney will be our brave space walkers. My prediction is that one dies and one cries, mwahahahaha!
Tags: Abigail Breslin, Adaptation, Asa Butterfield, Ender's Game, Ender's Game (Trailer #1) Review, Gavin Hood, Harrison Ford, Orson Scott Card, Poster, Review, Trailer, Trailer #1
I am finding it very hard to care about this film. The plot doesn’t really interest me, the characters don’t interest me and the trailer is very bland for a big budget science fiction film. The trailer did that stupid flashing in and out of shots which I hate! On the plot side of things I really don’t like the whole the world entirely relying on a child, instantly lost interest. The only part of this film that looks remotely interesting is the zero G fight training and that will be five minutes, so no thank you. Actually I want to know why Ben Kingsley has drawings on his face. Back to problems its director also directed X-Men Origins: Wolverine that’s a really bad start, oh and in my research I discovered the effects company behind this went into bankruptcy during post production. I struggle to see why people are interested in this film, so if anyone who read the book could explain this to me that would great.
Tags: Action & Adventure, Alice Eve, Anton Yelchin, Benedict Cumberbatch, Bruce Greenwood, Chris Pine, Gene Roddenberry, J. J. Abrams, John Cho, Karl Urban, Khan, Kirk, Peter Weller, Review, Roberto Orci, Science Fiction, Simon Pegg, Spock, Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) Review, USS Enterprise, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana
Star Trek Into Darkness has really up’d the game this summer. It’s going to take something truly epic to take Into Darkness off the top spot in my opinion, looking at you Man of Steel. The story is very good and benefits from the always brilliant plot driver revenge, someone’s really not happy. The acting was great had the same brilliant performances from the first film with the added bonus of Benedict Cumberbatch being full on badass! We also get some great dialogue going in this film, decided to not put a spoiler one in the first paragraph but it’s a great line anyway. Unlike Iron Man 3 you will quote this films villain. Science fiction wise this film gave logic a slight beating but nothing that would make stop and think what? The visuals are just spectacular and it’s the first film this year that I saw any reason to put a pair of 3D glasses on, also recommending full IMAX for this one. Bookmark this if you are waiting to see the film, leave any comments below, if you have seen the film check out the spoiler sections and I will look forward to hearing everyone’s thoughts.
“Let me explain to you what’s going on here. You are a criminal! I watched you murder innocent men and women. I was authorized to end you! And the only reason you are still alive is because I am allowing it! So shut your mouth!”
Tags: Action & Adventure, Alexander Courage, Anton Yelchin, Ben Cross, Bruce Greenwood, Chris Pine, Damon Lindelof, Eric Bana, Images, J. J. Abrams, John Cho, Karl Urban, Leonard Nimoy, Michael Giacchino, New Continuum, Paramount Pictures, Poster, Review, Science Fiction, Simon Pegg, Star Trek, Star Trek (2009) Review, Trailer, USS Enterprise, Winona Ryder, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana
With the release of Star Trek Into Darkness this weekend I thought it would be a great time to review part 1 in the nerdiest reboot of all time. This Star Trek was a shockingly good film when it came out and I was very impressed when I first saw, so angry I didn’t get to see in IMAX but either watching it on a phone or the big screen this film was excellent. The story was clever and allowed for both an origin story of the original and a whole new path for the franchise, Abram’s you sneaky Bastard. The cast is great and I loved their interpretations of the characters, some interesting choices for the roles but they paid off with some great performances. The visuals are amazing and are truly breath-taking, from the halls of the Enterprise to the epic battles in space. The science fiction is fascinating but for the new generation a little heart pounding action is required and that’s what this film does well in many different ways. I hope you all enjoy the new Star Trek this weekend and come back for my review on Friday. Live long and prosper \\//.
“You know your father was Captain of a Starship for 12 minutes. He saved 800 lives, including your mother’s… and yours. I dare you to do better.”
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
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!