The two genre loving Spierig Brothers who mad the zombie film 'Undead' and the Vampire film 'Daybreakers' comes this incredibly well done Sci-Fi thriller adapted from a Robert A Heinlein short story. Scripted with a smart natural flow of energy and insight that focuses on time travel, identity, fate and paradox twists. These brother have proved once again they can make an interesting and thrilling film with an almost ambitious concept creation. All cast members are solid; playing their initial parts to the very thoughtful story and plot. I confess that I may like this film a lot more than Rian Johnson's 2012 Looper which was almost equal in scale and thoughtfulness but not in execution and impact. Nonetheless Predestination is highly recommended as one of 2014's lesser known films.
A lot different from your atypical Marvel outing, Guardians of the Galaxy is a very out-there comic book adaptation following the more traditional conventions of large scale Space Opera. expertly crafted by James Gunn packed with such visual splendor, exciting action and such a talented cast to bring out all their unique character personalities within a very diverse and zany world. While this may have been the only comic tent-pole movie I may of checked out this year, I do Highly recommend this very surprising, energetically fun and tremendous achievement that's earned my seal of approval as 2014's blockbuster of the year.
Not as bad as many who made out it was. There are certain sci-fi elements within this film I thought worked well along with the visual approach and effort. However this particular film is not without its incredible flaws; hardly enough drama compensate dull storytelling and unlikable characters, not even enough conveniences within the plot points redeem the film much. Overall this is a mediocre film worth watching only for its action, effects, and visual appeal.
What was M. Night Shyamalan thinking when he decided to make this film. More or less was it really the studio fault for such disastrous casting of talentless actors which is questionable to what type of approach they were going for, The Film is a downright textbook example of how to not make a big budget epic. Scoured with a Horrendous screenplay, Bad Acting, Laughable Dialogue, one dimensional characters, really inconvenient plotting and all too embarrassing quick pacing and how could I not mention the terrible special FX. Pretty much its all surface no substance throughout; ploughing through the popular cartoon episodes in little than 98 minutes. Shyamalan has sunk to an all time low with nothing to gain from this picture alone.
Ned Benson's Outstanding Feature Film debut is a one of a kind romantic drama that certainly hits all the high notes as part of American Independent cinema. The film focuses on both sides of a relationship; after a tragic event triggers a brief separation; We then see how this plays out among Eleanor and Conor's personal lives. Beautifully written, there's a great sense of raw emotions that brings out a very natural sense of society within its urban american setting. While the supporting characters play their roles exceptionally the film purely belongs the Outstanding leads Chastain and McAvoy bring out some really touching and sensual character development to their performances. Highly Recommended!!! I'm certain this will be a theatrical hit.