I have no feeling for this movie. I am an insane fan of the Die Hard series, but this I don’t know. We’ll see, I hope I will eat my words…
Jesus christ this looks good! Now I am as you might suspect a huge fan of the original movies and was pleasantly awaiting the remake. I don’t have problems with remakes. I know weird…but I just don’t care. It doesn’t do anything for the original, so I don’t care. If it’s good I will enjoy it, if it isn’t then I won’t. That’s my motto. So a Evil Dead remake? Sure why not! Sam Raimi and Bruce Cambell has blessed the remake and are even producing it? Well…FUCK yeah!
Evil Dead is not just any horror movie, it’s a genre on it’s own. It drove people insane when it came out and it is also one of my defining moments when I was younger. Any person wanting to remake this has to be somewhat messed up in the head…and messed up we need and messed up has delivered! WATCH THE TRAILER NOW!
I am a horror-enthusiast and the Evil Dead has a special place in my heart. It’s the one and only movie my siblings said I couldn’t watch. I was watching movies by myself far before any child should and I watched anything and everything. But I wasn’t allowed to watch the Evil Dead! So you can imagine how I felt when I finally watched it! What a joy! I can’t wait to watch them all over again before watching this remake!
Monster Roll is a great looking short movie, but it is also somewhat offensive. As usual the Asians are very stereotypical, however there is a nice piece on the Western influences of sushi dining.
It’s still worth to watch.
I am ready for this! Very very curious how Tarantino’s depictions of these racial relationships will be. Bring it!
Coming from the newly released Blu-ray, here is John Williams and Steven Spielberg working on the E.T. theme. Incredible…
I love these type of videos!
This is an amazing look at the creation of the Velociraptors in Jurassic Park! Whereas JP was known for its groundbreaking advances in computer generated imagery, the practical effects are still today remarkable to see. Not many studios I think today could replicate this.
These babies scared the shit out of me when I was a kid. That kitchen scene is still incredibly tense.
The first trailer for Iron Man 3 has arrived and it looks like a bag of money! I can’t believe it’s still shooting! I guess that means the movie has a shitload to show is! LOVE IT!
Last night I watched this and was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed it. That seems like a dumb thing to say since DC generally has good animated efforts. But I knew nothing about this or the source material.
I was therefore surprised by the moral importance the movie sometimes briefly raises. And I must say briefly. Superman deals with the fact that his villains always return and always take shits on peoples lives. It doesn’t matter how atrocious their acts might be, they still end up going to jail.
Now I am all for seeking justice in a non-violent way, but how do you deal with an incredibly powerful supervillain. A person that will never change and will always try to either destroy the world or take parts of it over. You can’t compare it to our Saddams or our Hitlers, because they are still ordinary men. Maybe sometimes they acquire a following which becomes a problem when the person is still breathing, but they do not have the ability to endanger the lives of the whole planet by just being who they are. Dealing with such an issue seems increadibly weighty. But Superman somewhat brushes it off. Maybe admirably so, but some emotional struggle I would enjoy more. Superman struggles, but only as much as we are used to seeing him struggle. Because of this very reason I would have liked to see more.
The Elite raise good questions and challenge his sense of justice. In a way they blame him to be somewhat responsible for the actions of some of these villians. And how can they not? Superman could easily solve a shitload of villain-related incidents in the entire planet.
Another thing that kept creeping up in my head is the expected thing you might think about when watching these movies. Where the hell are the other superheroes? Superman gets beaten like a stray dog and no one from the Justice League shows up and gives the man a hand? Batman’s Watchtower was offline? C’mon…
But I can’t fault the movie for this, it seems to be the nature of this type of beast.
I did enjoy the voice acting though, and the animation was interesting. Reminiscent of the old show but still very different. Action looked springy, but somewhat choppy.
I would watch it again though…I was interested from beginning till end!