It'seems a live-action FINAL FANTASY: THE SPIRITS WITHIN and that's all you need know.
It's as disheartening as it is baffling that for all the bitching, moaning, and general boo-hooing over reboots, remakes, sequels, and adaptations, a film with the nerve to be original and outright different gets slammed harder than anything else has in years. Worse yet is that the theatrical cut is still being used as a source of critique while the extended cut, clocking in with an impressive seventeen minutes of integral, reintegrated footage is ignored simply because a proper go…
This is not your typical samurai film. Honestly, it’s not typical in any way, as it’s a) the best samurai film I’ve ever seen, and b) one of the most masculine, and emotional, films I’ve ever seen. Following the tale of a petty samurai named Seibei Iguchi and his struggle to get through life, detailing not only his human struggle, but those of the society in which he belonged, fighting to find relevance as the entire world is changing. The…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
An abomination of logic and decency, THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN does deliver on one front I never thought possible, which is making me appreciate Tobey Maguire's learning disabled approach to Peter Parker. In that vein, it also made me pine for Kirsten Dunst's beer goggles version of Mary Jane as the romantic interest, far more endearing and attractive than wide faced Emma Stone. Actually, this film may be so awful that it will go down in legend for making Sam Raimi's…