Yes, it's quite rare, this year:Going out on a limb here, and going to say that I get the feeling that you weren't impressed with this Movie.
(I've not been a Member anything like as long as many of you, but what was the last Movie to Score a "3"?)
I actually enjoyed the movie but prefer the older version of it.Sounds like the movie itself might be pretty bad but hopefully the soundtrack will have some redeeming features to it. I don't mind getting the odd film to use as demo pieces for the home theatre if it has a good scene or two in it. Be interesting to see what rating the soundtrack gets when it comes to blu-ray.
Thx for the review.
Great review, thanks. I was going to waste some cash to watch this, but I think I'll give it a miss!
This is what worries me as well - the shots in the trailer reminded me of a video game on Max settings. Dunkirk never came over like that, and I know they used some real aircraft, but it always seemed real to me.It's weird looking at the trailers it looks so unrealistic 'just computers' with over clean looking everything.
Can we stop focusing on the non-existant feminising effects of soya?I must admit, after reading a number of Midway reviews, there's a good chance I would really enjoy the disaster master's latest. The emphasis is on the bigger story, minimizing the hand-wringing soya-induced modern romance melodrama, sticking to vast visuals and the gung-ho square-jaws of the Greatest Generation. And the sound design is exceptional. I think I will buy it.
What about Asexual Frogs?using chemtrails to turn all the frogs gay