This is a fantastically unconventional portrait of one of Britpop's most unconventional groups. Instead of delivering the traditional music biopic formula, this movie paints a picture of the band through brief chats with the members recalling their feelings on their past and mostly through their hometown of Sheffield as Pulp prepares for one final concert. A wonderful film and a tribute to great band.
what a disappointment.
after the giddy, silly, Cannon Pictures fueled fun of Expendables 2, Stallone must have decided what the audience wanted was a film where the action heroes we pay to see are off screen for 75% of the time and we focus on a bunch of young idiots with zero character and no screen charisma. that's right, Dolph, Statham and all those guys are BARELY in this movie. Harrison Ford shows up but he's extra mumbly & completely bored…
i dug the shit out of this.
for real, this is Superman on a level we have never seen before. in terms of CRAZY COMIC BOOK SCI FI & AWESOMENESS..... nothing ever on this level.
very similar to Batman Begins for me in that it makes you think about just what makes this superhero just so incredible. Zack Snyder pulled it off & this film is the superhero standard to be judged by.
i was happily surprised to see how successful the…