If it's crap ... We'll tell you
An example would be Brendan Fraser, who generally is in a lot of bad movies, but who I think has the potential to act well in a good movie. Hopefully, that should get the ball rolling.
Started this discussion. Last reply by David Webb Aug 29, 2011.
Which recent games do you think hold the most influence over how games are made, and what they're like today? For me, Grand Theft Auto and World of Warcraft come to mind, although I'm not that big of a gamer at all, so I'm betting you guys will be…Continue
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Posted on August 13, 2011 at 6:30pm — 6 Comments
This is just a sort of short review on the movie NEDs, which I saw last night.
NEDs is, in short a coming-of-age story of a smart youngster in Glasgow. Directed and written by Peter Mullan, an actor turned-director known for playing roles such as Syd in Children of Men and Swanney in Trainspotting, tells the story of John McGill (played by Gregg Forrest and Conor McCarron respectively) as he grows up around the different people of 1970s Glasgow.
Posted on June 13, 2011 at 2:41pm — 4 Comments
I just finished watching 'Mongol', by Sergei Bodrov. The movie is basically the origin story of one of history's greatest conquerors, Genghis Khan. The movie covers the story of how he came to conquer Mongolia, and the many struggles he faced along the way. Therein, we see the hardship faced by young Temudgin (Genghis' name before he became Khan), as he and his family face treachery, he is hunted down, and as he faces his mortal enemy and equal in battle, Jamukha.
Posted on May 30, 2011 at 6:39am — 2 Comments