Star Trek Into Darkness is a perfect sequel, taking an established base and expanding on it with character development and action/adventure aplenty. This is what the Star Trek Motion Pictures could have been, but never quite were (outside of the first & second). Star Trek for the big screen means Star Trek on a grand scale. I for one can’t wait to see what J.J. Abrams is going to do with Star Wars VII. I do wonder what or who is next for Star Trek 3.
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Iron Man 3 delivers everything your wan’t from you Comic Book Movie, action, adventure, amazing visuals, emotion and humour, all wrapped into 2 hours of great acting.
IM3 also has something that is so hard to achieve when you are in sequel territory, originality, not once do you feel you’ve been here before, it’s new, it’s fresh and it is awesome. IM3 wraps up an amazing journey for Tony Stark, I’m just happy that we will at least see RDJ suit up one last time for Avengers 2.
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Evil Dead definitely delivers on every bit of its a promise from the Red Band Trailer.
Although it has the odd scare and is lightly peppered with some witty one-liners, this is a gore film through and through. You can almost hear the Director Fede Alvarez shouting "more blood, we need more blood!". What I like to call a seat squirmer of a movie. Not for the squeamish.
Make sure you stay past the end credits - that's all I'm saying.
War Horse is a visually stunning film, the cinematography from Janusz Kamiński is gorgeous, shifting from the natural beauty of the rolling countryside to the devastation of war in a heartbeat, the use of distinct vibrant colours in one scene and muted dull tones of another really emphasise the duality of life and death.
John Williams returns to score the movie, once again creating a wonderful companion to Spielberg's visuals, setting the mood, driving the action and underpinning the emotion,…