His Dark Materials
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awesome scifi movie in a long while, this was gripping from the get go and keeps you breathless in sync with the characters gasping for air and anticipating anything that comes along in this disaster roller coaster... no sound, no air, crazy temperatures ... like they say, sure hope the insurance is good for them astronauts
It's so painful waiting 1 year for each instalment and especially after this sequel's ending. So much is going on, it's no wonder how PJackson has to split them up, my butt was already numbing from this one. Visuals are ever breath-taking, colorful and well done, it has to be appreciated only in the new 3D HFR technology on the big screen. Just the sounds alone will cream any enthusiast's pants. Now I have to wait another year more .. damn !
a heartwarming story worth watching after a long while of silly animation offerings to-date. Didn't expect the 'love' to be something different for a change, a bonus really. Disney with the singing scenes were a bit tiresome but some tunes were catchy eg "Let it go". The ice and magic were very well done and beautiful.
Watching them hopeless Jaegers is like watching a movie of Ultraman running out of energy and using the ultimate weapon at the end. Whether zombies or monsters, bring out the major weapons, for goodness sake. Punching and kicking is useless, even Ultimate fighters know this. All frustrations aside, this is an eye-feast for world destruction/apocalypse fans, a must-see on the big screen, nicely CGI-ed and colorful. And of course, they had to throw in comic relief characters that are as irritating as Jar Jar Binks
if you love zombies /outbreaks / pandemics movies, don't miss this gripping roller coaster ride ... don't make a sound or breathe, it's intense and raw from the get-go