Me and Nootrac (my drawing from when I was 7 years old come to life) talk about animated films and TV shows, and give two separate opinions; one of someone thinking as a somewhat cynical adult, and one in the mindset of a child. I hope you enjoy it!
Now, here's a movie that has already received my attention (on one other occasion; on this site). But (again), I want to talk about a little movie that, not only bombed at the box-office, but was destroyed by audiences around the world, as well. Of course, I'm talking about a film called 'The Crow: City Of Angels'.
Eh, Jon... Why exactly are you bringing up this movie again?
Well, the only thing I can say about that is… Continue
Added by thejon93rd on September 29, 2009 at 7:49pm —
Angels and Demons is the adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Dan Brown , the same person that wrote The DaVinci Code and as well as he DaVinci Code it is directed by Ron Howard and with Tom Hanks in the leading role. This one is way better the the previous one but it isn't that great to impress. Angels and Demons is a very well structure thriller with lots of action, adventure and suspense. It has a fast rhythm, a convincing and interesting story, although I think it has some… Continue
Added by Daniel on June 14, 2009 at 1:44am —
Angels and Demons is the new Tom Hanks movie following up 2006's The Da Vinci Code. In this one Hanks returns as Robert Langdon a guy who says he does'nt believe in god but knows a lot about things in the Catholic Church. But in the begining of the movie we see many scientist's working on a project in Geneva, when one of the scientists is killed and the anitimatter they were working on is taken. One of the scientist named Vittoria Vetra… Continue
Added by bill johnson on May 21, 2009 at 6:00pm —
A lot of people have complained about the new "Terminator" film receiving a PG-13 rating . . .
I just saw "Angels and Demons" today, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, as much as I can enjoy an implausible summer thriller (helicopter priests!!). But, what struck me about AND was the level on onscreen violence. I found it pretty graphic. Not to spoil too much here,but we see: two people graphically burned alive, a dead body with dirt shoved down it's throat, a bloody eye-ball lying on the… Continue
Added by Frit Slang on May 17, 2009 at 1:12am —
I love my friends. They know that I love animation in general and will just about go to anything if it is animated. The ones that know me really well know that I like innovated styles of animation. And it is because of these few people that found myself in front of the film Idiots and Angels.
And, no, it isn’t a film bashing on Dan Brown or the Catholic Church in general.
Here it comes, part three to the series. Once again, if you feel the need to add some praises or criticisms that are constructive to making these stories the best they can be, fee free to post them to the blog.
Part III: Hallows Eve (Working title)
Synopsis: We start off retelling the tail end of part II, simply reminding everyone what happened, and letting the audience get up to speed with Jane and how, while she was away, three weeks had passes on Earth, and the… Continue
Good morning, Spillos. I am typing this blog when I should be sleeping, but I just wanted to post this somewhere just so it's recorded down if nothing else. Also, I wouldn't mind some feedback on this, positive or negative, as long as it's constructive.
What the title refers to is the working title of a movie/graphic novel trilogy I have been mulling around my brain for the last year. The title of the trilogy, Redemption, is the best thing I've come up with for a clever title to the… Continue
Added by Boatloads1017 on April 17, 2009 at 12:20am —