Ambitious comic book adaptation that is campy fun but restricted by the time in which it was made.
Alec Baldwin is a Playboy by day, crime fighting super hero by night former Asian crime lord. Honestly.
I know it sounds a little silly but not as bad as some other movies ive seen and comics ive read for that matter.
And when I say this was ambitious I mean that the restraints that were on it for the time it…
I do like found footage but it seem to be really scraping the bottom of the barrel now, especially with movies like this.
The only redeeming factor, for me, is the concept. A man finds evidence that the story of Frankenstein may actually be real, and he thinks he has tracked the monsters location in Canada. And of coarse a film crew is making a documentary on his journey to find said monster.
It plays out much as you would…
I think by now everyone knows the story, two 'tributes' from poor districts are sent to the capital to compete in a tournament to the death, The Hunger Games.
This was one the biggest movies of last year and well deserved its success. The story is good and well flushed out, the characters given enough time to develop and grow and the world build is subtle to begin with but soon expands as the story moved to the capital.