Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Grossly Underwhelming (spoiler Free)Spoiler free review. Let me first start by saying that I am not a Marvel 'fanboy' or a nerd DC. The kind of comic films have done to my personal top 3 favorite genres in the last decade and the MCU has strongly contributed to the increase. I want the first Ironman, first Avengers and Captain America 1 + 2 in high esteem. I did not like the direction they took with Iron Man 3 (see below) or Guardians of the Galaxy, but Winter Soldier was a gem in terms of balance between solid action, drama and lightness. That said, my initial thoughts on Age of Ultron (AOU) are quite negative. For me its basically a carbon copy of IM3. There are problems that strike you repeatedly as you progress through the film. The two biggest complaints I have is with AUG 1) Tone (comedy) 2) the script / writing. Thus, starting with the tone. I love to laugh as I'm sure most people, but there is a time and a place to display your comedy writing skills in an action movie. In Aug, … [Read more...]

Private Number

In Reality Just RightA series of cryptic messages and phone visions haunt a writer as he struggles to finish a novel. As they increase in intensity, he loses his grip on reality ultimately obsessed this film does not take long to move forward and it flowed really well, the movie felt really fast pace, it was good scene in this film, I really enjoyed it and thought they were a little scary, I liked how the story ended, I enjoyed his turn in the story, but it does the cross in the spirit of the film, that it could lead that way. I thought the game was very decent cast iron 7 of 10 very good movie … [Read more...]

Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet

Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet

Gibran By Means Of DisneyI've never written a review here, but given the world premiere of the film at TIFF and was annoyed that no one else has written about it, so I started the conversation. The two questions you need to ask yourself if you are wondering if you love the Prophet by Kahlil Gibran are: Did you enjoy the films of Disney (traditionally animated, not modern Pixar-lite offerings of the studio), and you like Gibran poetry? (If the answer to either or both is yes and you actually get to see the Prophet, please stop reading and look at what you can add to the discussion.) If even Belle et the Beast, all segments of Fantasia and Fantasia 2000, or the Lion King (whose co-director Roger Allers wrote and directed it) has left you cold, the Prophet is not likely to convert you. No member of the key personnel, except Allers, storyboard artist Will Finn and Paul segments directors and GaĆ«tan Brizzi have connections at the House of the mouse, but the main story of the Prophet looks … [Read more...]

Mr. Holmes

Mr. Holmes

We Will Innocuously Suppose That This Particular Film Potentially Can Also Be Just Right.This is conceivably one of the most anticipated dramas of criminals 2015. And why should not it? Ian McKellen stars as an aging Sherlock Holmes, based on "A slight thing of the mind" Mitch Cullin (author really good), it is worth the mannerisms deployed cinematically mind to look out for. First minutes of the trailer raises enough the viewer's interest to see the legendary Doyle character many of us grew up with, re imagined so virtuously retired to a farm in Sussex. During the last decade (to quote recently) we fans of Holmes having dug through many other adaptations of Sherlock Mark Gatiss-creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (best series ever), Elementary, Sherlock Holmes and Ritchie saga novels by Anthony Horowitz, with the recent Moriarty (Amazing Read btw) can innocently think this film including potentially can be good. Travel time is obviously a tedious affair, often round incidents fall into … [Read more...]

Results

Results

A Recent And Funny Character PortraitPremiering at Sundance Dramatic Competition Film Festival US this year, new outcomes drama Andrew Bujalski equal parts is sincere, witty, and genuinely hilarious. With standout performances by Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders and Kevin Corrigan, the film tells the story of life Power 4 gymnasium, owned and managed by Trevor (Guy Pearce). He dreams of opening a new location and branching his business a bit to compete with its competitors. Who knows, perhaps a future central location might even have a bar onsite juice or a new yoga room? Trevor business plans mingle with that of Kat (Cobie Smulders) his colleague who took a new ultra-rich customer Danny (Kevin Corrigan) who is on fitness at all costs. The results (no pun intended) of the life of these eccentric characters are mixed together creates some entertaining scenarios, such as when Danny develops a crush on Kat and attempts to bribe with marijuana or when Kat and Trevor spontaneous drinks Late Night … [Read more...]