This is great Sci-Fi movie, and both my girlfriend and I agreed we were gripped from start to finish. Twohy proves beyond doubt that he is a capable director and writer, keeping this third Riddick installment stylish but dark and grimy in setting and atmosphere, introducing likeable and memorable characters (besides Riddick of course, which is nailed perfectly by Vin Diesel who once again brings great charisma to the role), great set pieces - some creating tension, and some short but decent action sequences - sharp screenplay, and the pacing is spot on. Also, Twohy demonstrstes how you shoot a modern Sci-FI movie on a relative shoe string. Riddick the Director's Cut far exceeded my expectations.
I wish 1 or 2 things had happened differently, but I still liked this 3rd live-action installment to the storyline.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a 4th chapter... Possibly having him finally finding his home planet and maybe discovering he's not the '''last living''' Furyan.
For me being a Diesel fan he has put the character to depth and really does amazing job at his acting, the outfit designs are clearly out of a old Storm Troopers kinda well space-ish I love it. The collective knives, and goggles are best as for I am more wanting to know of the Fury-Race he isn't Human Kind, kinda guy which separates him from the people he meets.
Due to things to point out, I did realize that all films have a situation to where Riddick keeps getting chained up? The fact of watching this and seeing him (Laugh) at them during the event of the coming creatures in the storm, I had a movie flash back to all the times he was unchained for their need to use him for help. Thanks for placing that in the film it kinda connects all the previous ones to that as if he never forgot.
If there to be the next Riddick film I defiantly be looking to add it to my collection cause I had to admit they are getting better, and I personally love a story to where its based off a future kinda time as space travel, and planets are known. Reminds me of Mass Effect but still you need to see this if you haven't!