Christopher Nolan is known for spectacle in cinema. His films are among the most grandiose with a fan of film yet also appeal to a wider audience. His previous two films haven’t resonated as well as his other efforts. Entering a new genre in itself, Dunkirk has all the Nolan craft with plenty of great moments. Dunkirk boasts stunning cinematography, the best sound you’ll hear in a theater, and an excellent structure. While it isn’t perfect, nor near the top of the ladder, Dunkirk cements itself as another thrilling moment that’s anchored by Christopher Nolan and Co and resonates as a great time out at the theater.
Fresh news regarding the often planned and folding Gears of War movie has come about again. It must be true this time though, as even The Coalition boss Rod Fergusson has retweeted it. That makes it legit, right? Continue reading Gears of War movie developments, again
This weekend, I had the pleasure of sitting down to watch Disney’s Beauty & the Beast, a remake of the classic timeless tale, but in live action. Since 2010, Disney have been remaking their classic stories in live action format from Alice in Wonderland, to Maleficent, Cinderella and The Jungle Book. While it’s some time since I’ve watched the original Beauty and the Beast, it held some sentimental value for me this weekend, which I will explain. Continue reading Disney’s Beauty and the Beast movie review
A new Pokémon animated movie is in the works, with the title of Pokémon: I Choose You. It looks like a bit of an origin story of how Ash and Pikachu came together, kind of like an extensive re-telling of the first episode of the hit TV show. Continue reading Pokémon: I Choose You gets a teaser trailer
Last night during the Gears of War Live stream, Rod Fergusson, the head of The Coaltion announced that a Gears of War movie is still in discussion, after years of talk dating back to 2007. No firm details were given, other than a brief few sentences. Continue reading Gears of War movie still in discussion
One of the best and most memorable games that I have played this year is Firewatch. Playing through this story driven game felt like reading a classic Stephen King book or watching one of the film adaptions of his books such as Stand By Me. Well now it seems Firewatch will be heading to the big screen too.
2016 has been an interesting summer with cinema. Here we will analyze some of the movies I didn’t get a chance to do a full on review. We will also get at what made some of these films flourish and what comprised failure in the others. It’s the summer movie review of 2016 and we’re starting with May.
Back in August of last year, we learned that James Wan would be producing a new, darker Mortal Kombat movie. James Wan’s work includes The Conjuring, Furious 7 and the recent remake of Lights Out. He recently shared an update on the Mortal Kombat movie with IGN. Continue reading Latest update on next Mortal Kombat movie
Rumoured for some time, Ubisoft have today confirmed that a The Division movie is in the works, and it will star Academy Award nominees Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain. The Division was a massive hit for Ubisoft when it released earlier this year, and the narrative has a lot of potential for a big screen outing. Continue reading Ubisoft announce The Division movie featuring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain
Yes, you read that right. Tetris, the game about falling blocks is getting not one, but THREE movies according to an Empire interview. The man in charge is Larry Kasanoff, who you may know for the Mortal Kombat movie adaptation or the infamous Food Fight. Oh, and did I forget to mention that they have a $80 million dollar budget too?