Its a movie that would make a better book. The better movie would have been the true story of the Schenectady police. In the 90's it was out of control rape, burglary, mugging, threats, abuse, corruption. The FBI ended up putting together a case ended up with the chief of police going to jail for cocaine trafficking, an officer suicide, and department reorganization.The Place Beyond the Pines.
3/10. Boring as all hell. Ended up switching it off about halfway through.
6/10. I liked the first part where they explore the enormity of their mission and how crucial it is to the survival of the human race, backed up with some stunningly visual scenes but the last act fell a bit short - your typical bogeyman/monster setup.
Same here, I really liked that one. It's always good to see a decent budget sci-fi film that isn't a summer action blockbuster.Check out Solaris, if you haven't seen it. It's with George Clooney, and reeeally slow-paced for most people, but I dug it immensely.
Yeah, it starts off pretty run of the mill but then the final act is just ridiculous and awesomeThe Cabin in the Woods (2012)
I'm not a big horror movie guy, but I heard pretty good things about this movie. It was pretty good. Very entertaining and gives an interesting spin on the idea of horror movies. And the ending was just ridiculous. Highly recommend it. 8/10
I'm in the same mind with Event Horizon. Love the movie, except for what is supposed to be the climax.
Check out Solaris, if you haven't seen it. It's with George Clooney, and reeeally slow-paced for most people, but I dug it immensely.
Watch the original Solaris, not the Clooney remake. It's a superior movie in almost any way...Same here, I really liked that one. It's always good to see a decent budget sci-fi film that isn't a summer action blockbuster.
I've been meaning to watch it for years, but it's not the easiest thing to stumble upon. I'll probably just have to buy it off amazon or something.Watch the original Solaris, not the Clooney remake. It's a superior movie in almost any way...
Agree, the series looked like it could've had a good run, there were enough books and the plots sounded promising, but the acting was just so wooden, it fell down when it should've been better. It actually felt like a 90s TV movie with glammed up FX.John Carter (2012)
Caught this one the other night. Since it was such a huge flop at the box office, I wasn't expecting much, which probably explains why I enjoyed it. They spent a lot of money on the film and it shows, but I can see why it didn't appeal to a larger audience. Shame that any chance of a sequel is unlikely at this time, since I hear the series of books was pretty good. I'd recommend it, if you like crazy sci-fi stuff and not being able to remember anyone's crazy names.
meh, if LOTR can get away with cutting so much and do it in three long ones, at least try, instead of making it half a kids' movie and then letting it fall flatI read the second book of the series of John Carter and the way I imagined everything was better then the movie.
It had to be darker I gues and more stylish and more detailed about the soroundings and history of the universe where everything is taking place.
Ofcource, then they need 5 movies to cover one book. But still...