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Oblivion discussion and other recent DVD release movies
DeadlyDav0
Brisbane, Queensland
4063 posts
Oblivion - 8/10
As usual, i watched this without seeing any previews or knowing what to expect.
Kinda slow but it kept me intrigued and wanting to know WTF was going on. Cool technology, reminded me about all the cool stuff in that total recall remake.

So what did others think? I just did a quick 5 min read of the movie's flaws/plot holes and like always it seems the more you analyse a movie, the more it falls apart. However i still thoroughly enjoyed watching it and didnt notice any of them during the movie.

Quick review of some other recently watched DVDs. Might help others avoid making a bad pick.

Alex Cross - 5/10
Too much boring character development bulls*** but decent action and the lost dude was awesome IMO.

Apartment 1303 - DNF (did not finish)
Terrible acting, boring as f***, lasted about 30mins before stopping. Avoid.

The Last Exorcism 2 - DNF
Enjoyed #1 but this was painful to watch. Avoid.

The Last Stand - 7/10
Knoxville and Arnie. What do you expect? Mindless action and some lols.

Olympus Has Fallen - 7/10
Slow start, awesome 15-30mins as s*** gets f***ed up, then decent rambo style rest of movie.
11:33pm 24/09/13 Permalink
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greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
6038 posts
When I was watching Oblivion iI got a massive dejavu. Then i realised it was the same storyline Moon.
11:36pm 24/09/13 Permalink
infi
Brisbane, Queensland
20581 posts
Dont see Red 2. I almost walked out.
11:38pm 24/09/13 Permalink
tspec
Melbourne, Victoria
3768 posts
When I was watching Oblivion iI got a massive dejavu. Then i realised it was the same storyline Moon

I thought the same thing when I watched it, Oblivion wasn't bad but Moon was better.

I haven't seen too many movies in the last six months but one of the stand outs for me was the Evil Dead remake. Probably one of the best horror movies I've seen in a while. It was great seeing the opening midnight session for it as well in a cinema full of others enthusiastic to see it, really added to the whole atmosphere.
12:07am 25/09/13 Permalink
IVY_MiKe
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
1637 posts
The Place beyond the Pines. - 7/10
Interesting character development, the movie is a long one (2:20. I think) and it definitely plays out in chapters.
Solid cast, well performed, not your everyday hollywood movie. Fantastic cinematography.

Killing me Softly - 6/10
Not the most amazing movie I've ever seen. Solid cast and well performed roles. Seems adapted from a short story.
Again, beautiful camera work.


AVOIDS:

Olympus Has Fallen - 1/10
Not sure if we saw the same movie Dav0; Villain was pathetic, plot was horrific (and I came in for a 'pop-corn action movie' too!) and the visual effects were circa 1990 tv movie. I seem to recall the spurring line delivered by the hero at one point being, "I'm going to stab you right in the brain". I wanted to walk out, and don't know why I didn't. I got to the end of this movie and was simply mortified that it would appear on Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman's IMDB write ups.

The Man with the Iron Fists - DNF
I can't remember the hero's name, all I know is he's played by the rapper 'RZA' (he also played 'Samurai Apocalypse in Californication). Its a Tarentino film, not directed by Tarintino (or Rodriguez) it might've been doable if either of those guys directed it, but as it was I could not finish it.
12:29am 25/09/13 Permalink
Viper119
Other International
2194 posts
My 2 cents:

Oblivion - 8/10.
I saw at the cinema and really enjoyed it, it was a s***** South African cinema though so audio/visual quality wasn't great. I re-watched it the other day on 1080p with my surround sound system, and it was amazing! I think it got a bum rap in the reviews, it was indeed a rehash of Tron/Moon/2001, but it was a great sum of all those parts imo. The end sequence where Spoiler:
it reveals what the TET is and all that was really good I thought, though raises more questions.
Also the soundtrack by M83 was ace. Defo recommend.

The Place Beyond the Pines - 8/10.
I really enjoyed this, did not unfold at all how I expected it would, but it's a grand opus on father's and sons. Made me feel sad panda by the end. Defo recommend.

Olympus Has Fallen - 4/10
S***** action flick, but cool to see whte-house related action.

Killing me Softly - 7/10
I enjoyed this, wasn't what I expected but was quite interesting and cool in it's own way. The mob in recession!

Warm Bodies - 7/10
Only saw this recently, thought it was quite good, funny and interesting take on zombie affairs.

World War Z - 8/10.
Really enjoyed this, I've read the book and it's quite different, but thought the film was pretty good stand alone.

A good Day to Die Hard - 2/10.
S***.
01:08am 25/09/13 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
17470 posts
the best part of oblivion was m83's awesome soundtrack.

after earth - 3/10
another terrible movie from shamalamadingdong. also, will smith needs to keep his son out of movies because he's a terrible actor.

this is the end - 9/10
definitely the funniest movie I've seen this year.
08:30am 25/09/13 Permalink
do0b
Brisbane, Queensland
4536 posts
ITT people bad at moofies
09:14am 25/09/13 Permalink
Twisted
Brisbane, Queensland
11933 posts

When I was watching Oblivion iI got a massive dejavu. Then i realised it was the same storyline Moon.
Hah, me too.
Olympus Has Fallen - 1/10
Possibly the worst movie I have ever seen for its budget and cast. We should really allow negative numbers...you know -10/10. The flaws in the movie were blatant and obscenely obvious. I watched it because it was a free rental and I can't help but stare at a wreck unfolding in front of me. I especially like how the terrorists managed to get their hands on all that super secret future US weaponry without the US noticing...
10:15am 25/09/13 Permalink
Dazhel
Gold Coast, Queensland
6310 posts
Saw Elysium the other day. It was done by the same dude as District 9 and very similar style.
Don't bother though, it's crap, I fell asleep.

The Sth African guy that plays Wikus in District 9 is pretty awesome in it as the merc for hire, but Matt Damon and Jodie Foster probably received the worst script and direction of their careers.
10:39am 25/09/13 Permalink
DeadlyDav0
Brisbane, Queensland
4064 posts
All this hate on olympus, you guys are f***. It reminded me of old school 80s/90s action movies with stallone, arnie, van damme, seagall etc. I did think the CGI was s*** but wasnt sure if that was cause i watched it on DVD and had just been amazed by oblivion on blu ray.

IMO that latest die hard was worse.
11:31am 25/09/13 Permalink
Khel
Brisbane, Queensland
21142 posts
If you're looking for plot holes in a movie like Olympus has Fallen, I think you're doing it wrong. I didn't really give a s*** about the storyline, I went in expecting to see explosions and Gerard Butler be a badass and it delivered, so I enjoyed it.
11:33am 25/09/13 Permalink
deadlyf
Queensland
3292 posts
Olympus lost me when all the secrete service agents were running out the entrance of the white house storm trooper style getting mowed down by machine guns.

Pain and Gain was pretty good, I wasn't expecting a lot but it was well done and had some good black comedy going on.

I saw Star Trek at the cinemas and thought that was great. The cast have done great jobs of taking on mannerisms of their original counterparts without doing a full blown impression or over playing it (except for possibly the doctor who lays it on a bit thick). Sherlock did a great job as Khan as well.

Bear in mind I don't remember the original movie and people who like to compare those things may have a different view.

I also saw R.I.P.D which was more or less just a pop corn flick. Great actors, slightly cheesy ghostbuster like story with some fun action. Pretty forgettable but enjoyable in the moment.
12:00pm 25/09/13 Permalink
DeadlyDav0
Brisbane, Queensland
4065 posts
Olympus lost me when all the secrete service agents were running out the entrance of the white house storm trooper style getting mowed down by machine guns.

Yeah there were some pretty lol moments. Also all the dudes getting mowed down by the AC-130 while they are trying to shoot it down with small arms fire.

I did a quick skim thru plot holes online and it seemed to mainly be yanks complaining about how the whitehouse is so mega super protected and the movie would never happen IRL.
12:27pm 25/09/13 Permalink
Twisted
Brisbane, Queensland
11934 posts

If you're looking for plot holes in a movie like Olympus has Fallen, I think you're doing it wrong. I didn't really give a s*** about the storyline, I went in expecting to see explosions and Gerard Butler be a badass and it delivered, so I enjoyed it.
Pfft. Maybe for say Shoot em Up...Olympus Fallen I think they were actually putting this across as a bit of a serious action flick. That's why its so f**king horrible.
01:03pm 25/09/13 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
17471 posts
I heard the other white house movie is even worse.
02:26pm 25/09/13 Permalink
BlueWolf
Brisbane, Queensland
90 posts
ravnOs yep, White House down is worse than Olympus...

Good to see people didn't mind Oblivion, wasn't the best, but better than some of the tripe that has come out lately.
03:44pm 25/09/13 Permalink
Opec
Brisbane, Queensland
7867 posts
Pain and Gain was probably the best out of the list. Did not expect that movie to be great but ended up being pretty decent black comedy which apparently stayed quite true to the actual event which was a real surprised.

The rest of the movies mentioned in this thread are varying degrees of so-so to s***. Anything to do with olympus down or whitehouse down is pretty much s***e. The only good thing with whitehouse down? Jamie Foxx's Jordan 3's shoes.
04:39pm 25/09/13 Permalink
Fade2Black
Brisbane, Queensland
5229 posts
Olympus lost me when all the secrete service agents were running out the entrance of the white house storm trooper style getting mowed down by machine guns.


Agreed. From that moment on I knew it was gonna be terrible.

Pain and Gain was probably the best out of the list. Did not expect that movie to be great but ended up being pretty decent black comedy which apparently stayed quite true to the actual event which was a real surprised.


Also pain and gain did not stay particularly true to the real events. I read a few articles on it. The guy who was kidnapped was apparently a really nice and decent guy, per interviews and the court proceedings and judges verdict. i.e. model employer, built the business up from the ground, good family man and well liked. What happened to him in reality has left him so traumatised he just hides out in his small home alone now too scared to get back into life.

He was not consulted at all on the movie and was portrayed as an arse hole simply to make the main characters more likable. Having read the interviews and what that poor guy went through over a month, then how the movie portrayed him was enough to make me dislike the movie.

last edited by Fade2Black at 22:24:00 25/Sep/13
10:22pm 25/09/13 Permalink
cherocha
Queensland
42 posts
Killing THEM Softly was incredible, in my opinion. Andrew Dominik knows how to craft a movie. It played out more like you were a fly on the wall with some dodgy mob s*** going down, rather than using conventional plot devices. Performances were fantastic, it was occasionally hilarious, some great Tarantino-esque dialogue, the slow-mo sequences were just stunning, the violence was genuinely shocking, and some nice allegory in there. - 9/10

World War Z was terrible. It had zero character development, and no charm whatsoever. We essentially learned nothing about anybody, beyond the protagonist being some UN guy, and consequently gave very little s***. At some point one guy started to talk about his family, and I thought "ermagherd they're going to give a character some substance?", but no. Boring, formulaic film with an anti-climactic "revelation" moment and a lame ending. Some ok action sequences, that's about it. Lay it next to a film like 28 Days Later, or even I Am Legend (with the alt-ending), and it falls well flat. - 4/10
10:25am 26/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
10 posts
I thought Oblivion was pretty bad. Just luck luster movie by numbers with the "big twist" telegraphed so hard it was ho hum when it happened. Could of been handled better as the movie premise was sound.

The White house movies (seen both) are just mindless action films and if u take them at such they are not a bad one time watch.

World war Z also one time watch mainly for the action. IF you read the book (i have) do not expect the movie to be about it. No idea why they called the film World War Z there is almost no similarity apart from there being dead people. The book is way way way better. Wasted opportunity to make a great film from a great book. Now we have average wooden brain dead Hollywood film.

What i have seen recently and like:

Inch'Allah - a look at what Tom Waits likes to call the Road to Peace. The Israeli / Palestinian conflict seen thru the eyes of a young Canadian doctor (Evelyne Brochu) staying in Israeli but working for the red cross just across the boarder in Palestine. Its pretty full on as both sides dont get a good rep most of the time and of course there is the inevitable: "you are just a white tourist over here what can you even know and why should we care what you think of our conflict". Quite a challenging film. I watched it in two sittings so i could take a break.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51dixEewdSo

War Witch. (French title is:Rebelle). Another challenging film that also plays out a difficult topic with deft dignity and grace. Starts out with the kidnapping of a young girl (and massacre of her village) by an African warlords rebel army who is in need of more child soldiers. Turns out the girl has "special powers" so she is called a "war witch". Of course this is a very true to life story, not some fantasy film, so by special powers its more like superstition and mumbo jumbo that pervades Africa. Like lucky charms and such. Also taking drugs. Film is about what the girl see's and does and about the whole child soldier thing in Africa. Also about crazy Africa in general.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kX5jXeXPTB4
02:39pm 26/09/13 Permalink
Opec
Brisbane, Queensland
7871 posts
Also pain and gain did not stay particularly true to the real events. I read a few articles on it. The guy who was kidnapped was apparently a really nice and decent guy, per interviews and the court proceedings and judges verdict. i.e. model employer, built the business up from the ground, good family man and well liked. What happened to him in reality has left him so traumatised he just hides out in his small home alone now too scared to get back into life.

He was not consulted at all on the movie and was portrayed as an arse hole simply to make the main characters more likable. Having read the interviews and what that poor guy went through over a month, then how the movie portrayed him was enough to make me dislike the movie. last edited by Fade2Black at 22:24:00 25/Sep/13


Oh right I did not know that... ok that takes that move down a couple of stars
03:32pm 26/09/13 Permalink
Reverend Evil™
Wynnum, Queensland
21545 posts
Just watched this. Was really good although it runs for a tad over 2 hours.

03:59pm 26/09/13 Permalink
DeadlyDav0
Brisbane, Queensland
4066 posts
Saw Flight last night. I dont like most dramas - 2 slow and boring for me and I got exactly what i expected. John Goodman was great though.

Hansel & Gretel tonight. Hoping for some decent MA action with some fantasy thrown in the mix.

Then hopefully the dexter finale so ill be able to join in that thread.
04:41pm 26/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
12 posts
The best offer was also quite good


[video=youtube;uLWgC98-T6kI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLWgC98-T6k[/video]

hmmm what am i doing wrong with the video embedding?
05:37pm 26/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4502 posts
Best World War Z trailer

09:22pm 26/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
13 posts
its funny cause its true

and fine be helpful
09:40pm 26/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4503 posts
hmmm what am i doing wrong with the video embedding?


Just grab the embed code from you tube and paste it straight into the reply box
10:06pm 26/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
14 posts


ah that is how it is done. You were helpful. Ive come from a BB forum code place so this is new to me. Thx for helping out
10:21pm 26/09/13 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
14375 posts
I just watched Oblivion.

What a terrible movie.

There are several scenes and plots that just jump out with glaring problems. Spoiler:

For instance, Jack ties up his clone in the middle of a desert. Without transport. Or food. Or water. .... O yeah he (the tied up clone) walks onset at the end of the movie. That's cool, I suppose you rescued him and he never showed up again, nevermind he is just as capable of defending the settlement and stuff.


O hay I'm gunna swap you out for Morgan Freeman in the sleep chamber. Surprise. You get to live, yay! OOOhhh I thought it would be really cool if I dumped you at my old shack next to a lake by yourself without any humans anywhere nearby and no means to contact them so you can be all alone that's better then dieing a useful death that was the point of my death (because I'm better than you I think, I'm a man). O and surprise! your pregnant ahahh. If I wasn't a bastard I would have left you with other humans in an established settlement with children and all that...

Again, another movie where Tom Cruise IS A D***


12:27am 27/09/13 Permalink
Mosfx
Gold Coast, Queensland
1537 posts
World War Z - 8/10.
Really enjoyed this, I've read the book and it's quite different, but thought the film was pretty good stand alone.


I watched the movie thought it was one of the best zombie movies to date, and then I read the book lol completely different... Book is really good I hope they do a WWZ 2 and 3 continuing the different stages of the war?
05:28am 27/09/13 Permalink
thug
Brisbane, Queensland
153 posts
only god forgives, i might be missing something here, but after ryan gosling in drive and place beyond the pines, i just want to punch him in the face for staring lol, do something a******! i find myself yelling at the tv, both drive and ... pines were great but had enough by this one - did not finis**
02:44pm 27/09/13 Permalink
IncrEdible_vEgetable
Brisbane, Queensland
2480 posts
Looking for a movie posted by Reverend Evil(?) a while back about a guy who gets out of prison/small time crim/mentally disturbed, hooks up with his g/f and presumably gets into some mischief. Australian movie, memorable scene from the trailer is a horse being thrown out of a plane. Had limited cinema release.
something like "Rain"?

Anyway I thought this was ok if you like offbeat serial killer type movies:
03:33pm 27/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4506 posts
Sightseers is great.

Also Safety Not Guaranteed is in the quirky good category

04:22pm 27/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
20 posts
Safety Not Guaranteed was quirky fun id agree with that but the end was just not good. it was like ummmm,,, ok then?

Only God Forgives seems to have raised much ire from film people. Wooden acting and style over substance seems to be the common complaint. I liked it as a kind of off beat visual treat that was quite light on its feet. Sure if style over substance is not handled with deft hands it fails but much like films such as the Pillow Book, Prospero's Books, Enter the void or Wong Kar-wai's 2046 i thought OGF did a good job at visual treat but also subtle nuanced communication of the story.

But a film i recently watched and just didnt like: Elysium. I wouldnt call it a "bad" film. It is just a film i was disappointed in. It was hyped a lot. District 9 was quite good. But Elysium was like some dumb shoot em up with very little development in plot, characters or anything. Real flimsy.
05:02pm 27/09/13 Permalink
cherocha
Queensland
45 posts
I thought the ending in Safety Not Guaranteed was great.

Spoiler: I was expecting a realisation moment, where she's gives a spiel about liking him for who he is, and none of the other bulls*** matters, happy ending yadda yadda, but they just went for it. It was so predictable that it was unpredictable.
08:55pm 27/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
23 posts
Safety Not Guaranteed spoiler

well the movie all the way thru was whacky in a charming way. It handled the magical/ sci fi realism well. It did this by never really completely explaining the random moments as to why something was happening but also making some kind of plausible explanations. Why where those guys after him? Maybe he does have some thing the gov wants to hide/ cover up and so maybe he can do what he claims? but oh thats right he was stealing tech so of course they are investigating him etc. A plausible story fitting with reality.

but the end wasnt handled that way it was just right out in plain sight bam crazy s***. I would have preferred if the film kept to its more subtle fashion of making the realism exist with the what if craziness thru use of mechanism. Maybe at the last moment everyone has their attention look away via distraction and when they look back its like wtf

overall the whole film was great but just the way it ended was too overt and so to me it was like u kind of lost the mystery and the atmosphere the whole film had been building. Also i find life to be more like the whole film and less like the end. We never get resolution in magical realism because it isnt something u can directly look at. From experience It only goes on at "the corner of the eye" kind of thing. When u experience this kind of thing the point is you will always doubt if its real or its just crazy head s*** or if its something mundane that is just dressed up. the whole movie except the end kept to this idea. So the end was a bit of a break.
10:12pm 27/09/13 Permalink
fpot
Gold Coast, Queensland
23458 posts
Just a heads up, if you use spoiler tags like so [spoiler]Walter White is Heisenberg [/spoiler] *replace the [] with <>* you will get handy dandy spoiler tags to hide your spoilers

Spoiler:
spoilerspoilerspoilerspoiler
10:14pm 27/09/13 Permalink
ctd
Brisbane, Queensland
10523 posts
I had high hopes for Elysium. God damnit. Loved District 9. I'll still watch it and judge for myself.
10:17pm 27/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
24 posts
Thx for spoiler tag advice

Id still recommend a one time watch of Elysium, its not that bad, but not to expect district 9 brilliance. It worst failing is that it suffers from far too much "show dont tell". In that it tells u heaps of stuff it could be better off showing us.

such as Spoiler:
we see some flashback to give some characters more definition and explain what the big thing in the sky is but later we are told the main character was a bad guy who stole cars and did time etc. it would of been far better a back story to show that - it could have been a simple scene to shoot. it would of been easy to do. So the film seems to be rushed in parts moving awkwardly from plot point to plot point until u get to a rather clunky silly end. I mean there is this huge thing in the sky where the elite live but it has no protection except a few mercs and these super robots that are actually pretty useless? please,,,
10:29pm 27/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4510 posts
Walter White is Heisenberg


What!!! OMG!!!!!
10:52pm 27/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
28 posts
man u spoiled it ;(
01:00am 28/09/13 Permalink
ctd
Brisbane, Queensland
10525 posts
walter white is jesses dad
01:03am 28/09/13 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
14436 posts
WWZ. I watched the movie first and thought it was OK, not amazing and kind of empty but some reasonable eye candy with billions of zombies.

Having read the book now, the video posted above is 100% on the money. What a f*****g waste, I hope they can somehow re-boot it with a proper run from the source material. There is just so much gold in there they could make a trilogy out of a tiny book. Yonkers. Qislings. Phalanx. Redeker Plan. That psycho awesome blind ninja samurai guy.

Instead we got super brad pit vs. generic zombies. Before reading the book I was OK with the movie, but now it makes me sad.
12:04pm 28/09/13 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
17482 posts
i've read the book and still think the movie is enjoyable.
12:10pm 28/09/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
31 posts
enjoyable as a generic zombie flick and enjoyable as an accurate film version of a great book

2 different things
12:42pm 28/09/13 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
6045 posts
I read the book first and now just finished watching the movie.

I really liked it! There were a lot of difference between the book and the movie but it still had the same idea of showing how different parts of the world were managing the infection. A few really dumb things like the scene in Israel - come on how can you not know that sound attracts them? Airplane scene was great. How they fought back was a bit lame though.

Bot the book and the movie had a weird bias towards Israel, not sure what the deal is. In both formats they accept every refugee when in reality they would probably lock down their boarders so hard and shoot everything insight.

I still agree with everyone that is saying it was a massive missed opportunity but i think the movie format is wrong for the book. Maybe a short series or Sherlock format viewing (3 long episodes per season).
06:06pm 28/09/13 Permalink
infi
Brisbane, Queensland
20606 posts
World War Z kicked ass. Not as good as 28 days later but better than contagion.
06:12pm 28/09/13 Permalink
trillion
Brisbane, Queensland
3300 posts
is Oblivion being released in 3D ever?
06:19pm 28/09/13 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
14379 posts
Oblivion isn't worth watching, seriously.
06:25pm 28/09/13 Permalink
sLaps_Forehead
Brisbane, Queensland
6523 posts
WWZ should have been made into a TV series.

I thought there were some great action sequences but overall it was highly unoriginal. There were some bits lifted straight out of 28 days later(the staircase scene). What really ruined it for me was the pathetic resolution - that the z's could detect terminal illness.... literally within seconds.

I actually thought Brad Pitts was ok in it but for a $190 million dollar movie I expected alot more.
07:29pm 28/09/13 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
6046 posts
Oblivion isn't worth watching, seriously.

It's not that bad, I would not go to the movies to see it though.
01:26am 29/09/13 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
14381 posts
Sure it was greazy. The story had quite a few issues almost from the start and Tom Cruise is a massive douche .. again.
09:17am 29/09/13 Permalink
trillion
Brisbane, Queensland
3303 posts
It's not that bad, I would not go to the movies to see it though.


pretty sure that's what the guy who uploaded the cam said
09:21am 29/09/13 Permalink
DeadlyDav0
Brisbane, Queensland
4076 posts
The story had quite a few issues almost from the start

Did you really notice them during the movie or only afterwards?

Just saw Hansel and Gretel - Witch Hunters. Pretty meh action flick but decent MA violence/gore. Probably 6/10 but i could see the 3D effects they tried for and i reckon visually it would have been much better in 3D.
06:29pm 29/09/13 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
14384 posts

Did you really notice them during the movie or only afterwards?


Absolutely during.
07:34pm 29/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4514 posts
WWZ should have been made into a TV series.


That's a good idea. A stand alone mini series for each chapter.

Weird that it's Mel Brooks son who wrote this.
08:36pm 29/09/13 Permalink
sLaps_Forehead
Brisbane, Queensland
6526 posts
06:08pm 02/10/13 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
4304 posts
world war Z written by the son of a great, mel brooks
06:26pm 02/10/13 Permalink
RuleofBooKz
Other International
80 posts
If you are interested in documentaries this one might help explain some of the,,, strangeness,,, that is America




Apparently they want to teach kids aged 5 -12 that everything that went on in the bible was real/ literal and also things like dinosaurs were on the ark (and the ark was real). That is officially state teach with official textbooks at public school type teaching not bible school or something like that
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