Movie Review: Green Room (2016)

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Usually I try to come up with some clever opening to my reviews that somehow relates back to the movie that I’ve watched… but this time I couldn’t think of anything. Well, at least something that sounds good. So let’s just get into it.

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the… “Green Room”.

Pat (Anton Yelchin, R.I.P.) is part of a punk rock band. And one day the band gets a gig at a neo-nazi bar. At first it looks like everything’s going fine… but then they become witnesses to a horrible crime in there, which means that the nazis lock them in a room to be able to deal with them later. So now our “heroes” have to try to escape the nazis and their cold, calculating leader (Patrick Stewart). The idea of this plot alone intrigued me to no end, I found it to be a really interesting premise. And the execution of the plot itself, it was really good. As the film went along I was constantly on edge, never knowing what type of turn the plot was gonna take next. From the moment the band came to the nazi bar to the final shot, I was hooked and on edge, it was so great.

Oh boy, how do I put this… the main characters of this movie weren’t the most intelligent bunch in cinema history. Seriously, they get dumb ideas and make stupid decisions like a lot of horror movie characters. The director has joked about this before, saying that this is the final part in his unofficial “inept protagonist trilogy”. Still, that doesn’t really justify the characters being kind of stupid to the point of lesser annoyance. Oh well, I can at least appreciate that the nazis weren’t stereotypically cartoony villains, instead feeling very grounded and surprisingly realistic. I can also say that the performances were really good. Anton Yelchin (god rest his soul) is very likable in the lead role and to give credit where credit is due, his performance was very good. Imogen Poots did a great job in here role as well. Then we also have Patrick Stewart who like I said, played the leader of the nazis, a role that feels really weird for a man like him. Seriously, he’s one of the least nazi people on the face of the earth. Anyway, his performance was terrific, very understated, truly nailed it. And every other supporting actor in the movie did really well for themselves too.

The score for the movie was composed by Brooke Blair and it was really good even if I rarely noticed it. The score is surprisingly quiet and never pulls attention away from anything. But listening to it afterwards, I have to say that it was really good. Then there were of course some punk/metal song in the soundtrack that I think worked for the movie, even if I’m not the biggest fan of the tracks in general. Except for one track that started right at the end, msotly because it’s a totally different genre and it was just great.

This film was directed by Jeremy Saulnier who I think did a terrific job with the directing of this movie. The directing is very tension-filled and never let’s you feel relaxed. Yes, it’s not a straight-up action thrill ride, but it’s a very intense thriller that really got under my skin. Speaking of getting under skin, this film is really brutal and gory. I’m not talking like there being blood that shoots out everywhere all the time. I mean it more like there being several moments featuring blood and gore that was very realistic and brutal and actually made me a bit queasy, which is something that very rarely happens. Also, the cinematograpy is absolutely beautiful. Dark and icky… but beautiful.

This movie has been very well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 91% positive rating. On Metacritic it has a score of 79/100. And on imdb.com it has a score of 7,2/10.

“Green Room” may have some annoyingly stupid characters, but overall I found it really good. The plot is great, the acting is great, the music is good, the directing is terrific, and the film had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Also, it made me feel queasy from the gore, somethign that very rarely happens, so I applaud it for succeeding with that. Time for my final score. ANARCHY IN THE UK! My final score for “Green Room” is a 9,01/10. It’s definitely worth buying.
Worth buying

My review of “Green Room” is now completed.

Never do anything near nazis, kiddos.

Movie Review: A Scanner Darkly (2006)

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The world of Philip K. Dick adaptations is one that has been explored on my blog for quite some time now. Which is interesting considering the fact that I haven’t read anything by him at all. Oh well, I guess I’ll get to his books at some point. But until then, let’s review this adaptation of one of his books.

Ladies and gentlemen… “A Scanner Darkly”.

The story is about an undercover cop (Keanu Reeves) who gets involved with some people to keep track of where this drug called Substance D comes from. Problem is that he gets a little too involved and he basically starts losing his damn mind and even his own identity. And based on that premise you should expect that this plot gets weird, deep, and pretty interesting. And I’d say you’re correct in assuming such things. The plot gets pretty strange and mindbending as it goes on… and I loved it. Not gonna lie, I had to take a good moment to gather my thoughts about all of this. And when I was done thinking I came to the conclusion that I really loved the plot of the movie. It’s interesting to no end and it’s kind of a mindfuck at times.

The characters in the movie are all kind of a bit… odd, to put it gently. No one in this movie is 100% there, everyone’s a little bit loco. Keanu Reeves has never been that great an actor, but I’m still a big fan of the guy. But I have to say that his performance here is one of his better, he’s actually good in this movie. Robert Downey Jr. is also in the movie, playing one of Reeves’ friends and he does a really good job too, playing a fast-talking, and quick-witted guy who’s like I said… loco. Then we also get some other great supporting performances from people like Rory Cochrane, Woody Harrelson, and Winona Ryder. Yeah, only good acting in here.

The score for the movie was composed by Graham Reynolds and it’s really weird and psychedelic. Yes, I can still classify it as music, I can still hear the instruments being used. It just sounds really weird. And by weird I mean good, it really works for this movie. I’m just saying that it is the definition of psychdelic.

This movie was directed by Richard Linklater, and this is the first of his movies that I have ever seen, but that’s not important. What is important however is that this is one of the most uniquely directed movies that I have ever seen. I think you would say that too if you have seen the movie or by simply looking at the picture I chose to head this review with. This entire movie is rotoscoped. Or rotoshopped, if I’m to believe wikipedia. Basically they filmed the actors doing the scenes, only to animate over each frame to create something really weird, unique, and pretty fucking cool. Seriously, you can look up image comparisons on google regarding some frames in the movie where you see the normal version compared to the animated one. It’s quite fascinating to say the least. Fascinating, creative, cool, impressive, weird… there are plenty of adjectives that can be used to describe it.

This movie has been pretty well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 69% positive rating. On Metacritic it has a score of 73/100. And on imdb.com it has a score of 7,1/10.

“A Scanner Darkly” is one of the coolest movies I have ever seen. It has an interesting story, odd yet interesting characters, really good acting, good music, fantastic directing with a unique style and some really good writing. Time for my final score. Woaw. My final score for “A Scanner Darkly” is a 9,86/10. So it gets the “SEAL OF APPROVAL!”.
Seal of Approval

My review of “A Scanner Darkly” is now completed.

Stay off drugs, kiddos.

My Favorite Scenes: Cowboy Bebop: The Movie – Opening Scene

How’s it going, guys? So this little series of mine has been dead for quite a while now. I mean the last one was in… Holy shit, February. So I thought it was time to bring it back. For any new(ish) people here, let me explain. On this “series” as I call it, I share a scene that I like from a movie or TV-show and I explain why I enjoy it. There, now let’s move on to the scene in question.

In this edition of “My Favorite Scenes” we are taking a look at the opening scene for “Cowboy Bebop: The Movie”… Also known as “Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” in some cases, but I digress. First off, a little backstory. This movie is a sequel/tie-in for the anime series “Cowboy Bebop”, which is a series I absolutely fucking love. If you have not seen the show or the movie I recommend you to do this: Watch the show (English dub, the superior version) and then watch the movie (Same as with the show). Now, let’s move on to the scene. So in this scene we get to see two of our main protagonists, Spike (Steve Blum) and Jet (Beau Billingslea), just doing their job. What is their job exactly? Well, they’re bounty hunters and they are going after some guys who are worth some cash. And I will not say more because it is such a great scene that it should simply be witnessed. What I like about the scene is that it is a simple opening to a movie that will escalate everything later on while also being pretty much everything that “Cowboy Bebop” incorporates. Funny, action-packed, badass, cool… it’s just “Cowboy Bebop”. The animation is beautiful, the voice acting fantastic, and everything is just perfect. It’s a great scene from a great movie.
Enjoy!

Movie Review: True Romance (1993)

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Ya know… the poster sums it up pretty well.

Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready for some… “True Romance”.

So Clarence (Christian Slater) is kind of a lonely nerd. He very rarely goes on dates, he works in comic book store, and he spens his birthdays at the movie theater. But this year is a bit different, because he meets Alabama (Patricia Arquette), a lovely woman who turns out to be a call girl hired by Clarence’s boss. So what happens is that Clarence marries Alabama, steals her pimp’s cocaine (cue Eric Clapton), and then runs off to try to sell it to Hollywood people. Also, the mobsters who actually own the cocaine are going after our “heroes” to get it back. Ooo boy, that’s a lot of unnecessarily necessary plot elements, it’s almost like this was written by Quentin Tantin-oh shit, he actually wrote this. Jokes aside, I think the plot of this movie works really well. It isn’t really a plot that should be taken too seriously, and when you look at it from such a perspective, you will be able to appreciate it more. And that’s what I did and I really liked it. The plot is so odd, yet so grounded in reality that it kind of just meshes together perfectly.

The characters in this movie… to descrive them as colorful would be a bit of an understatement. I mean, when you have a script by Quentin Tarantino you should expect some oddball characters. Christian Slater does a great job as Clarence, playing a man who despite this strange situation, is quite relatable. Patricia Arquette (who’s really hot in this, by the way) does a really good job at playing this woman who goes through lots of ups and downs throughout the movie. Then we have one of the best supporting casts I’ve ever seen, including actors like Dennis Hopper (R.I.P), Christopher Walken, Michael Rapaport, Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini (R.I.P), and Samuel L. Jackson. Then we also have my absolute favorite in the movie (hence why I saved him for last): Gary Oldman as Drexl Spivey. This guy is out of his damn mind, a white guy who thinks he’s black and… god, I just love him! Shit, I barely recognized Oldman in the role. No wonder he’s known as a human transformer.

What’s interesting about the music in “True Romance” is that there are parts of an original score, but not that much. The music is mostly based in licensed tracks of varying genres (kind of like a lot of Tarantino movies). The original score bits were composed by Hans Zimmer and they were… okay. The tracks composed by ZImmer worked for the movie, but I wasn’t the biggest fan of them. The rest of the soundtrack though… fucking magnificent, perfect picks!

This movie was directed by Tony Scott (R.I.P), and I think he did a great job with this. The movie looks nice and any part that involves some kind of craziness going on… beautiful. I mean, the final action scene in the movie is pretty great. Violent, stylish, and simply fun. And like I have stated several times during this review, the movie was written by none other than Quentin Tarantino. And you can tell, because the movie has his handprints all over it. Movie references, conversations about nothing, tons of profanity… Samuel L. Jackson. And all of it works perfectly in the movie. Shit, if anyone else would have written the movie I probably wouldn’t have enjoyed the movie as much. The doalog is just fun and snappy and awesome.

This movie has been well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 92% positive rating and a “Fresh” certification. On Metacritic it has a score of 57/100. Roger Ebert gave the movie 3/4 stars. And on imdb.com it has a score of 8,0/10.

“True Romance” is a reall oddball action-dramedy. It has an interesting plot, great characters/acting, a really good soundtrack, great directing, and great writing. Time for my final score. You’re so cool. My final score for “True Romance” is a 9,84/10. This of course means that it gets the “SEAL OF APPROVAL!”.
Seal of Approval

My review of “True Romance” is now completed.

Seeing Christian Slater here just gets me more excited for “Mr. Robot” season 2.

Movie Review: The Purge: Anarchy (2014)

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So now it’s time to review the second part in this franchise. Because I reviewed the first one a few days ago and I thought “Fuck it, let’s not postpone this damn thing too much”. So let’s just get into it and see what kind of quality this one has.

Ladies and gents… “The Purge: Anarchy”.

So this time we don’t follow Ethan Hawke and his family, oh no. This time we follow some other people. To be more specific, a mother (Carmen Ejogo) and her daughter (Zoë Soul), a man (Zach Gilford) and his wife (Kiele Sanchez), and then we have a lone wolf badass (Frank Grillo). And these people accidentally come together in the middle of the shitstorm that is “The Purge” and then have to try to survive together through the twelve hour hell that the United States government has issued. Not gonna lie, this is kind of what I wanted to see. This is closer to what I wanted from the whole “ALL crime is legal for one day” premise that the first movie set up but wasted by making a home-invasion thriller. Not to say that the plot here is that great, because it’s not. But I would say that I enjoyed it a little bit more to see where it all went even though there wasn’t too much of a plot to hand on to.

The characters are dull and I didn’t really care for any of them… except for one. And yes, your first guess was correct, it’s Frank Grillo I cared about… mostly because I like Frank Grillo. He’s a  likable badass who is also kind of a jerk… sort of like his character in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”. His performance was good and he was really badass. All other actors, they were fine in their roles, nothing to write home about. But the characters, like I said, are pretty dull. If they died, I probably wouldn’t care so much. But I will say this, Michael K. Williams has a smaller role in this movie, and whenever he was on screen it was really enjoyable.

The score for the movie was composed by Nathan Whitehead, the same dude who composed the music for the first one. And while this score isn’t that great, it’s actually kind of an improvement over the first… yeah, go figure. But I just thought it was a bit more well composed and actually had a few tracks that made me go “Huh… that wasn’t too bad”. It also worked well for the movie in itself, even though nothing here is mind blowing or fantastic or even great. It’s fine, what else can I say?

This movie was written and directed by the same guy as the first movie, James DeMonaco. And while the writing is still pretty meh and pretty dumb, his directing was pretty good. The shots look pretty good and I never wanted to slam my head in a wall because of poor direction. The movie also has some action scenes and I’m not gonna lie, I thought they were pretty fun. There was never any real suspense in the movie, I was never worried for anyone, but the action bits were fun and entertaining. There is one scene near the end that I thought was pretty cool that I think would be pretty great in a video game. I’d say that this movie is more of an action-thriller rather than a horror movie. Sure, there are a few jumpscares, but I would never consider this a horror movie. The first “Purge” is a horror movie, “The Purge: Anarchy” is an action-thriller. But yeah… it was pretty fun.

This movie hasn’t been too well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 56% positive rating. On Metacritic it has a score of 50/100. And on imdb.com it has a score of 6,5/10.

“The Purge: Anarchy” is really, really dumb. But it’s also kind of fun. The plot is more enjoyable, Frank Grillo is really good in it, the music is fine, the directing is pretty decent and the action is entertaining/pretty good. Yeah, I’d say that this is a slight improvement over the first movie. Time for my final score. ANARCHY! My final score for “The Purge: Anarchy” is a 6,55/10. So I’d say it’s worth a rental.
Rent it

My review of “The Purge: Anarchy” is now completed.

Can we please get #FrankGrilloForDeathstroke trending?

Movie Review: Into the Wild (2007)

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Have you ever felt like going out on an adventure? And I don’t simply mean going for a walk in the woods, but a real adventure where you travel far, beat obstacles, and just kind of “find yourself”. I know I have. Not often since I’m a very lazy individual, but the thought has definitely crossed my mind.

Disclaimer: I know this thing is based on a true story, but I will not base my review on how perfectly accurate to the real situation it may or may not be, but I will instead judge it as a movie… which it is. Disclaimer over.

Ladies and gentlemen, will you please journey with me… “Into the Wild”!

Everything seems to look bright for young Christopher McCandless (Emile Hirsch). He has a loving family, he has a decent amount of money to his name, and he just graduated from Emory University. His future sure looks bright and full of opportunities. But then he decides to give most of his money to charity and then leave his life behind to go and live in the Alaskan wilderness. The plot jumps back and forth between his life in the Alaskan wilderness and his journey to get there. And how is the plot in the movie holding up? Pretty damn well. It’s an interesting tale, told in a very serious and honest way that just makes it all feel so real. As I was watching the movie, I got really sucked into it and almost  forgot that I was watching a movie. Yeah, I was impressed.

The people in this movie are all infiinitely interesting even though most of them get pretty limited screen time. Of course we have the character of Christopher who gets a lot of screen time, because it’s his movie. We really get to see how he evolves as a character, how he learns from his traveling. And Emile Hirsch knocks it out of the fucking park in his role. He is absolutely fantastic in this movie, perfectly capturing every emotion that would be needed for this type of character. The supporting cast is pretty great too, with impressive supporting performances from people like Mustach- I mean William Hurt, Marcia Gay harden, Vince Vaughn, and Hal Holbrook. Even Kristen Stewart is in this movie for a short while, and she was fine in her role. I don’t think any of the actors did a bad job in this movie… I’d say most of them were pretty great.

The music in the movie is an interesting thing. Some parts of the original score was composed by Michael Brook and Kaki King. But then we also have a whole bunch of tracks written and performed by Eddie Vedder, singer of the band Pearl Jam. Then we also have a few other random tracks throughout from various artists/bands. But the ones we should keep attention to are Brook/King/Vedder. And what do I have to say about it? I fuckin’ love it, that’s what I have to say. It’s such an interesting choice of music for a movie, but it somehow still works pretty damn well. Honestly, this is one of the best soundtracks for a movie that I have ever heard. Sure, I had heard parts of it prior to seeing the film, but I didn’t give it a full shot until I saw it. As music overall, it is fantastic. And as film music it is just as great.

This movie was directed by Sean Penn (Yeah, THAT Sean Penn). And he does a fantastic job with the direction of the film. He makes it all seem so real, almost like a documentary in some ways. He never shies away from showing some of the less… clean parts of the journey. It never feels fake or Hollywoodized. Also, the choice to jump back and forth between Alaska and Not-Alaska never felt forced or poorly done, Penn did a great job with the direction too. Also, the writing is really good too, with a lot of thought-provoking quotes and genuinely funny lines every now-and-then. Also, we get some absolutely stunning shots of the wilderness in this movie.

This movie has been well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has an 82% positive rating and a “Fresh” certification. On Metacritic it has a score of 73/100. Roger Ebert gave the movie 4/4 stars. And on imdb.com it has a score of 8,2/10 and is ranked #167 on the “Top 250” list. It was also nominated for 2 Oscars in the categories of Best Supporting Actor (Holbrook) and Best Film Editing.

“Into the Wild” is a very inspiring film. Yes, our main character goes through a lot of tough situations throughout his journey, but somehow he always manages to inspire by getting through ’em in one way or another. The story is very well told, the characters are interesting and very well acted, the music is fantastic, and the directing is great. Time for my final score. OWOOOOO! My final score for “Into the Wild” is a 9,90/10 which of course means it gets the “SEAL OF APPROVAL!”.
Seal of Approval

My review of “Into the Wild” has now come to an end.

Society, you’re a crazy breed
I hope you’re not lonely without me
Society, crazy indeed
I hope you’re not lonely without me

Movie Review: The Purge (2013)

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With the recent release of the new horror-thriller “The Purge: Election Year”, I decided that it was time for me to go through and review the first two movies in the series because I had not seen them. That’ really the reason why, I had no other reason to see them. I had not heard the most positive things about them, but a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do. Which in this case means I have to review them. So, enjoy.

Ladies and gentlemen, won’t ya please take part in… “The Purge”.

The world has gone to shit. And by that I mean that the United States has started a new annual tradition that they call “The Purge”. This means that for 12 hours straight, from 7 pm to 7 am, ALL crime is fully legal. That’s right; assault, theft, burglary, murder… rape… ALL of that is fully legal. So there are no police officers, no paramedics, no one that you can call for help in case you get attacked by some asshole with a hatchet. Now in the middle of all this shit we have James Sandin (Ethan Hawke), a man who sells protection for your home in case of Purge (break glass). But he isn’t so safe when his son (Max Burkholder) lets a homeless man into their home. The bad thing isn’t that there’s a homeless dude in their home, but that he’s chased by a gang of young psychos who really want to kill him. And instead of having a really clever and cool thriller about the consequences of this “Purge” idea, we get a pretty generic home-invasion thriller filled with jumpscares and stupid plot points. Yeah, the story/plot of this movie is not good. I’m not gonna lie, I think the idea behind “The Purge” is fucking brilliant, but that potential is wasted when they lock it down to one location and make it a generic home-invasion thriller. Yeah, not very good.

The characters in the movie are not that great. Either they make really stupid moves or their motivations are unclear/really dumb. But hey, at least the acting in the movie is pretty good. Ethan Hawke as the dad is actually pretty good, despite a not very good script. Lena Headey plays his wife, and she’s really good in her role. Max Burkholder (the son) does a pretty decent job too despite being, hold on… *looks on imdb*… only a few months younger than me. Adelaide Kane plays the angsty teenage daughter in the family and she does a pretty decent job. Rhys Wakefield plays the very well-spoken young man who is the leader of this psychotic gang who’s after the homeless guy and he does a pretty good job. I would say that every actor in the movie does a good job with what material they are given.

The music for the movie was composed by Nathan Whitehead and is was pretty meh. It’s very typical horror-thriller stuff that is meant to “build suspense” until the next jumpscare. I didn’t hate it, but it wasn’t very good either. The only tune on the soundtrack I enjoyed was the opening credits one, and that was the classic tune “Clair De Lune”, which was not even created for this movie.

This movie was directed by James DeMonaco, and looking at his filmography doesn’t exactly reassure me of quality. Yes, the shots in this movie look pretty good, but most directing choices in the movie are not that interesting. Like I said earlier, typical home-invasion thriller… that also happens to be littered with jumpscares. The blood and gore leaves no impact either. It’s not shocking and it’s not even entertaining. Basicaly, this movie doens’t really have any interesting directing at all.

This movie has not been very well received. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a 37% positive rating. On Metacritic it has a score of 41/100. And on imdb.com it has a score of 5,6/10.

So “The Purge” has some great ideas behind it… but it doesn’t really deliver on that. The plot is terrible, the characters are dumb, the music is meh and the directing isn’t very interesting. Though I do have to say that the acting in the movie is good and the opening credits aren’t half bad. Time for my final score. *Ahem*. My final score for “The Purge” is a 4,54/10. It’s not good and I think you should skip it.
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My review of “The Purge” is now done.

So much trouble for one homeless guy…

Great Music #16

Hello there, my good friends from all over the internets. I hope you’re all having good day, because ya know, bad days are the worst. But if you’re having a bad day, maybe a bit of music could cheer you up a bit. I mean, music is something that usually helps me feel a lot better when I’m feelin’ a bit down. So let’s talk about a song.

So I didn’t go with what one would typically expect from me, though it is not too far oof either. The song we’re talking about is “Livin’ on the Run” by Scott Grimes. To some of you the name might seem familiar in some way. Well that is because Scott Grimes is for the most part an actor, most known for his roles as Archie Morris on “ER” or as Steve Smith on “American Dad”. He is also pretty well known for playing the character of Sgt. Donald G. Malarkey on the popular HBO mini series “Band of Brothers” (a show I have not seen). So I was a bit surprised to find out that this guy, who I know for his acting, had recorded music. And you know what? It sounds great. The song we are talking about today, “Livin’ on the Run”, might be my favorite of his songs. It’s kind of a love song about running away with your love from disapproving family or some shit like that. I don’t know, I’m not good at understanding what lyrics are about. The main reason I love it is because of Grimes’ voice, the overall composition being very good and the fact that the song is incredibly catchy. So that’s pretty much why I like it. I also highly recommend his song “Sunset blvd”, which comes from the same album as “Livin’ on the Run”, an album which is titled… “Livin on the Run”.
Have a good one!

Enjoy!

Tom Felton joins Season 3 of “The Flash”

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Hello there, my friends! As you probably know, I rarely write about castings in film/television. The last time I did was for Tommy Flanagan joining “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” and Finn Jones being cast as Iron Fist in the show of the same name. And that was in… February. Yeah, I don’t do this too often. However, when a casting intrigues/interests me, I feel like writing about it. So let’s talk about this thing.

Yesterday it was announced that Tom Felton, famous for playing Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” movies, has joined the cast for season 3 of the CW’s popular superhero show “The Flash”. As someone who grew up with the “Harry Potter” films, I know that Felton has some acting chops behind him. I also thought he was pretty good in his minor-ish role in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”. This is also exciting because I am actually a pretty big fan of this show. Some of you might’ve noticed me live-tweeting some stuff from the show when I was catching up on it a short while back. So yeah… these are some exciting news. Apparently Felton will be playing the character of Julian Dorn, a CSI for the Central City police department who thinks that Barry (Grant Gustin) might be more than meets the eye. Also, season 3 will apparently be adapting the “Flashpoint” storyline from the comics… a lot of stuff going on for this thing. Season 3 is set to premiere on October 4th of this year.

So what are your thoughts? Are you a fan of the show? And are the news of the addition of Tom Felton exciting to you? Leave any and all thoughts in the comments.
Have a good one!

“Sully” trailer

Well, hello there. So we’re here, writing about a new(ish) trailer… again. And this time it is the trailer for the upcoming movie “Sully”. So let’s do this.

Like I said, this is the trailer for the upcoming movie “Sully”, which is a biographical drama about a pilot who managed to pull off an emergency landing on the Hudson river with all the passengers surviving it. But we also get to follow the life after as our main character gets questioned by pretty much everyone about this dangerous thing that he did. Not gonna lie to you, this is a movie that I have kept forgetting about until it popped up in one way or another. So it seems like I might not have any interest in this movie… but that’s where we are all wrong. I am actually quite interested in this thing. First off, the story seems pretty interesting. Secondly, the trailer is pretyt cool, looks intense and very dramatic. Third, this movie makes up one of the greatest pairings in cinematic history. In the starring role we have Tom Hanks, a man who I love in pretty much everything. And then we have Clint fucking Eastwood as director… uhm yeah, this seems like it might turn out to be pretty great. Sure, some of Eastwood’s more recent directorial efforts haven’t been the best… but if he is involved in a movie, I am definitely interested in it. Also, looking at the imdb credits for this movie it seems like we get a really good cast overall, with supporting roles form Aaron Eckhart, Anna Gunn, Sam Huntington, and Laura Linney. Yeah… I am pretty stoked about this. “Sully” is set to come out in September.

So what do you guys think? Are you interested in this movie? And what is your favorite movie directed by Clint Eastwood? Be sure to leave any and all answers in the comments.
Have a good one and enjoy the trailer!