For George Lucas' first film, I can't particularly say I expected a lot, but even with my low expectations THX 1138 still managed to disappoint me.
THX 1138 revolves around a society in which free will and individuality is stamped out through the use of indoctrination and mind-altering drugs. It is without these drugs that othe protagonist manages see his individuality and is punished as a result.
The minimalistic scenes throughout the film try to impose some sort of meaning…
With my view-count for this film being way into the double digits and having a long-term love for Arnold Schwarznegger, this review may be a little biased, so you have been warned.
The film begins in future Earth, focusing on the the events of Douglas Quaid living his life with an unshakeable, inexplainable urge to travel to Mars. His ventures to 'Recall' - a memory implantation centre - get Quaid caught up in the future of Mars, leaving the viewer…
Wreck it Ralph was a film I'd eagerly anticipated since I heard about its production. I really really wanted to like this film, but I was left ultimately disappointed. The film definitely seemed aimed at a much younger fan base than some of Walt-Disney's other productions, and perhaps it was this that kept me disinterested and completely uninvested in the characters, particularly Vanellope.
However, the first 30 minutes were very enjoyable, I felt a Toy Story vibe from the whole…