+ in this new installment: one main plot is spread out over different movies. Oscorp industries and its villains is the essential key behind it. You even start to wonder if Peter Parker got in that room easily on purpose.
Overall: these movies will be more appreciated than the previous ones. But you will have to give the entirety a chance instead of judging it already now by just one movie. The Amazing Spider-man is unlike its predecessor one main story in different movies.
Doc Ock as Superior Spider-Man is the best spidey of the last five to ten years, so it doesn't really have to be about Spidey even. :P I would chose him over any movie SM, but we have to get another origin story with PP...
A look back to 2013 with lot's of good looking movies, some that are quiet bad and some that I've already seen. 2014 will be a great movie year, when I finally get to see the majority of those.
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Great montage, some rather interesting choices, some shitty ones
Nah, no need for that, it's pretty good and enjoyable, from the same guy who directed The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and more recent Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki[Wolf Children]. And I think the first two Digimon movies, which were good too if someone still remembers them.
Hosoda is great. While I did not really like Girl Who Leapt Through Time, and found Summer Wars mostly just entertaining, Wolf Children Ame and Yuki was pretty incredible piece in my opinion. It managed to deliver the unique visuality of Hosoda with a story that still had depth, yet was easy to follow and made sense to me.
I loved Wolf Children too. I haven't actually had the time to watch Girl who Leapt through Time.
What I watched recently aside from Wolf Children though (and when I say recently, I mean- within the year...) is Garden of Words or Kotonoha no Niwa. Breath-taking. Gorgeous. Eye Candy Subtle and mild. If that's your cup of tea. No extensive plot or climax either. Something like 5 centimeters per second. But Garden of Words wasn't sad or anything. It actually was a bit of hopeful and ended in that tone.
The first teaser trailer for Godzilla 2014:
I really like the dark and gritty tone of new Godzilla trailer. Furthermore, Bryan Cranston is starring in this film. They should just take my money right now!
Meh, not really interested. Wonder how many remakes of remakes this will usher in
Well, I believe this film will thrive in the box office off star power alone. The guy from Kick Ass is the main protagonist. If this film does reasonably well upon release, I expect we'll see more sequels. For me, I'm not too much interested in watching the actual creature destroy cities. I care more about the actors who will be driving the storyline. The tone of the trailer indicates this film will take itself very seriously unlike it's predecessor, so this may help bring in viewers who were disappointed by ridiculousness of the remake released back in the 90's.
I get tired of watching Tom Cruise save the world
Anyone who does not mind watching subtitled movies, i recommend the Korean movie "New World". It does not reinvent the "Undercover Cop" thriller genre but it´s one of the best of its kind.
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