Avatar owes it all to FernGully. Watched this over Skype with my dearest friend, and the movie has a good message at heart, great voice talent and quite beautiful animation (it even gets dark and intense). It still doesn't have the strongest script or performances (mostly dance and song numbers), but it's well worth watching and petty clear that the message is still poignant today.
Curiosity killed Olivia Wilde. Appropriate since I wanted to watch this one strictly on the premise. It's kind of like Flatliners meets Hollow Man, only weaker.
A group of young scientists manage to bring a dog back from the dead, but just as they try to continue on with the project, it is about to be seized by government officials. They break back into their own laboratory to stop it, and conveniently that's also when one of them dies in…
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
50 fucking stars. A hundred. The Terminator is, was, and always has been one of the greatest science-fiction action thrillers ever made.
Let me kick it off with a story or two. The first time I ever saw this movie, I would've been about 6 or 7 years old. I was staying with my dad (a shady character) and older brother in a hotel room downtown. We were all eagerly looking forward to the movie, even though my parents had…
I don't think superhero films should be comedies, history has proven that they work so much better as thrillers. And that's why Captain America: The Winter Soldier is my favourite Marvel film to date, possibly even more so than The Avengers.
When someone threatens to cause major damage to S.H.I.E.L.D., Captain America has to rethink everything he knows - already trying to adapt to the 21st century, he's making new friends and meeting old ones, thinking of partners lost and…