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Old 17th May 2015, 12:00 PM   #211
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I also saw Mad Max and thought it was pretty good and with Nick in that's a very good film rather great film. (I think Mel is better in the role.) Even though there's probably a ton of wire removal and the like the one thing I did think was that Australian and South African stunt folk are certifiable. Very much worth seeing.
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First - that's just PR, take it with a pinch of salt. Loads of films claim that and fail to mention the hundreds of shots of rig cleanup, digidoubles, stunt replacement/enhancement etc


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Last night a friend and I watched Seventh Son. My take is that it had nice visual effects, but nothing that stands out in a market glutted with CG visual effects. The story was completely *yawn* pedestrian and gave me no reason to be emotionally invested in any of the characters. The ending was terribly weak. Also, Jeff Bridges was trying so hard to speak with a strange accent that he was unintelligible in many scenes.

It's entertaining enough, but only if you don't have something decent to watch that evening.
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Last night a friend and I watched Seventh Son. My take is that it had nice visual effects, but nothing that stands out in a market glutted with CG visual effects. The story was completely *yawn* pedestrian and gave me no reason to be emotionally invested in any of the characters. The ending was terribly weak. Also, Jeff Bridges was trying so hard to speak with a strange accent that he was unintelligible in many scenes.

It's entertaining enough, but only if you don't have something decent to watch that evening.
Yeah what was with that accent, I take it that he was trying to come over with a more English accent, cant understand why. Its better to understand what he is saying than the accent he is saying it in.
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Yeah what was with that accent, I take it that he was trying to come over with a more English accent, cant understand why. Its better to understand what he is saying than the accent he is saying it in.
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Watched "Kingsman" on the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. Not quite what I was expecting, it was a little more over the top than I thought it would be. Enjoyed the characters and the actors playing them - Sam Jackson was fun to watch in this, and a nice bit from Mark Hamill although his accent nearly veered into "Joker" territory once or twice. Thought the rest of the cast was very good as well.

Was very entertained and will probably keep this one around as a "guilty pleasure" down the road.
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I watched Kingsman the other week, and the longer it went on the less I liked it. It was stupid more than irreverent, and left a very bad taste in the mouth.

I just watched They Live for the first time and it did not live up to expectation.
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Not sure if this qualifies but...

...I just watched my cat eat a bird on the back lawn
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I just watched They Live for the first time and it did not live up to expectation.
It was one of the John Carpenter movies that had a great premise, but starred Rowdy Roddy Piper... an 80's wrestling star who cannot act. It is definitely a film with which I have a love/hate relationship.

Like "Lifeforce", I love the premise, but the whole show really rode on Melinda May's bosom.

I just got done watching all 5 seasons of B5. My brother in law passed away and his wife gave me the set. I really love the story-line, but the effects are truly 1990's. I would love to see another space opera on TV at some point.
B5 is gone...
Farscape is gone...
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I just got done watching all 5 seasons of B5. My brother in law passed away and his wife gave me the set. I really love the story-line, but the effects are truly 1990's. I would love to see another space opera on TV at some point.
B5 is gone...
Farscape is gone...
Yes, it seems like fantasy stuff has taken over, mostly low budget from what I see.

A nice BIG story with good current space effects would go down very nicely.

I'm now at the point where I don't have a single show on series record...
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I've just seen Jurassic World. I went in with lowered expectations based on trailers that didn't do much for me, and I still came out disappointed.

It isn't terrible, and I've seen many reviews saying it's better than 2 or 3, but to be honest that isn't really aiming that high. The characters are all one note, the writing is cheesy and few characters behave and react as real people would, the villains are straight from Scooby Doo, and probably worst of all - the action is badly directed. The director somehow got this gig off the back of a small romcom called Safety Not Guaranteed from a few years ago, which I didn't much like, and he was not at all ready for a film this big and the action scenes are the worst example of this; they're incoherent, choppily edited and dull.

There's one long shot right near the end which is by far the highlight of the film, and this one shot alone gave me the same feeling as Jurassic Park, in fact that shot alone felt like Spielberg directed it rather than just lent his name to the promotion.

On the upside the FX are great, there are a few good ideas in there, and at least in the first act they appear to have the self awareness for how stupid and corporate the setup of the story is by having heroic characters criticise it, though this is undercut somewhat by the offensive level of product placement in the film.


Gah. I LOVE Jurassic Park. It was my Star Wars. Why has nobody been able to hit gold twice.
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Why has nobody been able to hit gold twice.
I think part of it is, people don't want to do what worked in the first film. If they do a sequel, they have to "make it theirs". So that involves changing just about everything in sight. Doing so, you end up discarding the things that made the first one successful.

Mainly, it's because most (action movie) scripts never incorporate the first rule of good writing; build strong, believable characters that the audience will identify with. The movies that can only be praised for the visuals most often lack those good characters. No story can succeed without that.
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Saw battle of the 5 armies about 2 nights ago.

Absolutely loathed it.Not sure how I stuck it to the end...

One long irrational fight, loaded with ridiculous ideas, (Legolas jumping up falling rocks straight out of an old PlayStation game, the fight on the ice was daft and 100% predictable.

Downdrafts from big eagles laying waste to mighty armies, (who appear to have all forgotten their arrows), the awful drag act comic relief, (why did Bard take him seriously for a minute?).

I'd say it's a prime candidate for the worst film to ever have such a budget.

Even some of the effects looked ropey to me, though that was probably because what they were trying to portray was inherently silly.

Awful.
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Gah. I LOVE Jurassic Park. It was my Star Wars. Why has nobody been able to hit gold twice.
Well that pretty much sums up all that I've heard about it to. One friend caught himself ( and others by the sound of it) cheering for the dino to eat the kids in the plastic ball thing. I'll likely end up watching it... but not until its on netflix or something.
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To be fair Jurassic Park had irritating kids in it as well, but it also had great characters who you can't imagine anyone else playing. Could you imagine if they'd recast Ian Malcolm as anyone other than Jeff Goldblum? It just wouldn't have worked. Or Attenborough as Hammond, or Sam Neil as Grant etc. At the very least World has the sense not to attempt to recast anybody but the entire cast of World are interchangeable because they're just walking tropes, not characters. Any actor could've played any of the parts and it wouldn't have made the film any better or worse.

I don't want the sequel to be the same as the original because that's pointless, I could just watch the original again. I just want it to be good, and it isn't.
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Actually I was very disappointed by the Attenborough portrayal, He turned the thoroughly unpleasant and hard headed character in the book into some kind of kindly old uncle...

You are right about the others though, excellent casting.
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I just watched hunger Games last night. I Know, very late. I wasn't really interested from the beginning but it was on and I was bored so I watched it. It nearly lost me in the first 15 minutes. And TGH I had a bit of a hard time sticking it through. I had not heard a review or spoilers so there was no bias from that point. It just didn't capture me like it seemed to do for so many people. Oh well.
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Just finished watching the latest episode of a web series called "After Hours" on Cracked.com. Four friends sit in a diner and geek out about some topic. This month, the Matrix trilogy.

They ultimately come to the conclusion that the "Matrix" in the films, and Zion and all the humans are really part of a "Matrix" that takes place not in the minds of the people but in the mind of the machines. That people in the "real" world created it to control the intelligent, psychotic machines. They created a world for them where they were all powerful thus keeping them from destroying us in the real world.
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After trying a lot of not very impressive stuff in the Anime genre, I'm now really getting stuck into Aldnoah Zero.

About 1 1third of the way through the animation really steps up a notch, but what I am enjoying most is the complex characters. The baddies have good motivation - indeed it's not always clear who the real baddies are.

Plus there's a willingness to kill major characters which really makes you unsure who will make it through the episode, (let alone the series).

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I loved Aldnoah Zero. I thought the series was really good and had great character building too.
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"Ghost In The Shell" if you haven't discovered it already...it's my favourite, dark and clever

Edit : There's of course the original movie (awesome) and then a couple of seasons ('Gigs') and a few more movies.
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Been watching the first season of Babylon 5 the past couple of week. It had actually been a while since I'd seen it so its almost like rediscovering it again.

Man I miss Micheal O'Hare.

Only watching 1 episode per night so tonight is Voice in the Wilderness part 2.

Awesome!
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Edit : There's of course the original movie (awesome) and then a couple of seasons ('Gigs') and a few more movies.
Oh yes, Ghost in the Shell is what got me into anime!

Seriously intelligent, with wonderful visuals! The second film in particular stretches what is possible with animation.

I've mentioned enjoying Space Brothers a lot, "Parasyte" was not bad.
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Oh yes, Ghost in the Shell is what got me into anime!

Seriously intelligent, with wonderful visuals! The second film in particular stretches what is possible with animation.

I've mentioned enjoying Space Brothers a lot, "Parasyte" was not bad.
I LOVE GITS!

"Akira" wasn't bad either. I loved the story, and the visuals weren't bad for the late 80's.

I also have a place in my heart for "Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind". I first saw it on VHS as "Warriors of the Wind". The un-dubbed version is much better.
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My love affair with Anime started way way back when I was about 5 with Kimba the Lion and Speed Racer.

Later I got into the American version of Gatchman, also known as Battle of the Planets, and Space Battleship Yamato, also known as Star Blazers.

I recently got to see the reboot of Yamato and its really good! It's like everything that was good about the original, with a more complex and better written story, more and more mature characters, with great special effects with music and sound effects that were very much in the spirit of the original.

Somebody said on some forum somewhere,

America, this is how you do a remake!

I agree.
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I REALLY need this.
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Several Recommendations (listed with English and Japanese titles in some cases)

Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei / The Irregular at Magic High School: Good story and character development. Awesome visuals and fight scenes and an original concept. Probably my favorite in the last few years.

Tokyo Ghoul: Awesome visuals and storyline. Really gets into the character development too.

If you like the MMO genre then both Sword Art Online and Log Horizon are great series. Both have two seasons and about 50 episodes each.

Others I have enjoyed in the past:

Persona 4: The Animation
Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle
(3 seasons of puzzle solving with your life on the line)

That's about all I can think of right now, but that should give you plenty to watch
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Just watched Interstellar for the first time, and Fifth Element for the umpteenth time.
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Mad Max had too much action and not enough story, and definitely not enough script, but the action iit had was good, and the vehicles true to genre.

Poltergeist was on TV the other day, so watched II and III. As with most trilogies they fade away the higher you go. III is awful. The latest 2015 poltergeist misses the mark wildly where the original got it spot on.
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