Wednesday, April 20, 2011


I've just come home from watching the movie, Thor, at the cinemas.

What a fun film!

Here's the movie trailer

And here's the movie poster

For those of you not in the know, Thor is the Norse God of Thunder. If you need more knowledge about that here's the wikipedia page

Or better yet, why don't you buy one of the Thor comics from Marvel?

Here we have Thor (Chris Hemsworth). Now thankfully the casting was sound as with a movie such as this you need to suspend a bit of disbelief to really get into it.
Chris allows you to do this as everything is explained along the way throughout the movie.

In the role of Jane Foster is Natalie Portman, who just oozes the feeling of being unlucky in love.
Perhaps she'll find a comic book nerd who'll sweep her off her feet?
Or better yet, perhaps Thor will step up to do this?

You'll need to see the movie to find out.

Odin, the all-father, is played by Anthony Hopkins.
He's portrayal is somewhat colour-by-numbers. He does a good job of it.

He was also critical of the director (Kenneth Branagh) and of Chris throughout the production.
Don't let this distract you from enjoying Hopkins' performance, as it is sound.

And then we have Thor's half-brother, Loki (Tom Hiddleston).
I very much liked Loki's part in the movie and thought Tom was great in the role. Tom doesn't play up being the God of Mischief, which is good.
Loki's role is, somewhat complex.
It certainly makes for an interesting story.

And if Natalie Portman hotting up the place wasn't enough, there's also Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander).

Kat Dennings also appears in the film but I'll let you google her yourself. Or better yet, go see the movie and you can oogle her! haha.

All up this is a very good film.

The only criticism I can give, and I highly recommend you take this onboard. See the 2D screening.

I saw the 3D screening and with the amount of dark scenes in the film there was a fair amount lost in transition.

All up I give this movie 8 out of 10. It's top quality entertainment.

Monday, April 18, 2011

The Road

I watched this movie on Friday night after a long week of work. I needed something to take my mind off the week's work.
This movie certainly didn't help.

Here's the trailer

And here's the movie poster

Now admittedly I hadn't seen anything about this movie when it came out, except maybe the movie poster. I didn't know it was based on a book. I hadn't even seen the trailer. I'd just heard that it was a remarkable film so I thought I'd give it a go.

I was wanting something a little more fun, I guess. This movie certainly isn't fun.

Here we have Viggo, who plays the Dad in the film.

I heard his wife call him John once, but for the most part he's just referred to as "Papa" by his son.

Here's his son, played by Kodi Smit-McPhee.

Much like the other characters in the film, he doesn't have a name. That's how bleak things are in this movie.

Thankfully the above image was from one scene I did like, where the father and son stumble on an underground bunker. At least that scene was somewhat optimistic.

The rest of the movie you watch them do this.


They do a lot of walking, and not a lot of talking.

There's flashback scenes to before they hit the road, and as you can see the role of the mother is played by Charlize Theron.

As the movie progresses you find out what happens to her.

Urgh. No thank you.

Robert Duvall is in the movie for a few scenes, and he was interesting to watch. By this time though things were looking so bad for the central characters I was dreading what was coming next.

I'd heard Guy Pearce was in this movie and wondered when he'd turn up.

When he finally did though I was almost ready to pack it in. The movie was just too bleak and horrific for me.

As a family man it was almost unwatchable.

Then the end credits hit and I discovered the movie was directed by John Hillcoat, who also directed The Proposition.

That's when I realised why Guy Pearce was in this movie. Guy was the central character in The Proposition.

Again, another bleak movie. At least it wasn't too horrific.

Well, not as horrific as The Road.

I can understand why people wanted to see it. Viggo always gives 100% to the movies he appears in, so there's that.

Visually it's a stunning movie. How they did some of the scenes I'll never know.

From that point of view I will give it praise.

The characters are complex, very complex. No wonder the films showcasing some big name actors.

If you're wanting a "Friday night fun film" though, you'll need to look elsewhere.

All up I give this movie 7 stars.

Until next time.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Black Swan

My wife and I had been wanting to see this movie for a while, and it was one of those movies that we'd wanted to see when it was out at the cinema.
I was able to get a copy of it on DVD and so we watched it the other night.
We're both glad we didn't pay to see the film.
Here's the trailer

And here's the movie poster

Don't let the label of "art house movie" fool you. This is just another dirty movie. Now I'm no prude, but after watching this film I'm convinced it's this generation's answer to the movie Showgirls. About half way through the film my wife and I were wondering if this was written by a horny 14 year old boy.

Here we have Nina (Natalie Portman), a ballet dancer who has been given the chance of a lifetime. To headline Swan Lake.

And here we have Lily (Mila Kunis), also a ballet dancer. And wow, wait for it, she wants the lead role also. What a plot twist!

That's about it for the story, because what follows is one sex-scene after the next. It's like the writer found out who had been cast in this movie and then thought, "okay, what can I have them do in this scene?"

Here's Thomas Leroy(Vincent Cassel), the director of Swan Lake. I've seen Vincent in a few movies and I knew what to expect. He does give a good performance in this movie, despite the dialogue.

As I wrote, this movie is all about sex, with some spattering of ballet here and there. Not to mention the fancy use of camera-work. If you do some fancy camera work in a movie and claim it's a arthouse movie, then you can pretty much show whatever you like. Even if the movie was written by a horny teenage boy.

Beth Macintyre (Winona Ryder) also gives a good performance as the retiring ballet superstar. Her role is somewhat diminished. Perhaps she refuses to get her gear off so they cut her scenes back? Who knows? Watch this movie if you're on school holidays and the parents have gone to bed for the night. Otherwise there's no other real reason to watch. 3 out of 10 stars. Until next time!

Interview with... Cherry Brady

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