Posts Tagged ‘Eric Bana’
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Once in a while, a film comes along that is ultimately hindered by the fact that it plays on a variety of elements which are generally considered flaws (even nearly insurmountable flaws), hoping to make use of some variety in the medium. These are films that polarize audiences and critics alike, and for those unwilling […]
I've long been of the opinion that the general move toward filming every book that gains a certain amount of momentum is one of the main things killing the cinematic world. Not all books should ever be filmed, and not just because the filming the real "work" of the book isn't really possible. Of course, from a business perspective, having a built-in audience is always a plus, and so it will go on.There is much to support the idea of being thus opposed to
Star Trek takes rebooting a franchise to new extremes with a time travel twist that lays the groundwork for unfettered expansion. It's an interesting move for a franchise now riddled with history, and one that lets us play with beginnings in a way that answers potential conflicts.Star Trek opens by laying the frame for our villain, establishing where we are in time, and confusing the hell out of Star Trek fans. It's an opening the enlists investment to a surprising degree, but it's followed by a mo...