The most enjoyable movie from DC universe on this year, so far. Finally DC meets multi-universe. Yes please.
One of the classic themes of “good vs evil”: different guys, similars power set.
Nope, I didn’t find this movie to be fun…
Finally the legendary Baba Yaga got what he had been longing for: broken free from his contract. Unfortunately, he wouldn’t see it wish his eyes. Well, the man was already tired from playing the cat and mouse game….
Intense at the beginning, not so much spirit in the end, though. Well, perhaps because McCall already foresee his retirement days…
I like this movie. While most Dracula movies depict him as a suave gentleman, this one portrayed him as a savage bloodthirsty beast, stalking its prey one by one. Of course this movie isn’t flawless, e.g overall it feels like a cat and mouse game.
Part 2, perhaps?
Blue Beetle is an interesting character: a kid equipped with super duper highly advanced nanosuit. Yes, it’s similar to Marvel’s Iron Man. Arguably, Blue Beetle is the one with much more advanced tech.
The movie is unfortunately a bit boring…
Normally, I’m not a fan of history, but this one is an exception:
- It’s directed by Nolan
- and its about Oppenheimer, the man who lead the Manhattan Project
The movie convinced me to read his biography: American Prometheus. Overall it’s an interesting movie. Some nice cinematographic PoVs here, surrealistic visual symbolisms there. Too bad Japan don’t get much attraction there.
Still re-used the basic idea like previous movies: someone found the Book of the Dead/Naturom Demonto/whatever the name is and accidentically read the incantations, thus some demons are summoned. Hell is unleashed, and eventually they figure out how to beat the demon. Hooraayyy. Unfortunately, they don’t destroy the damn book.
I suddenly remember a famous quote:
Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it
So, with Ilsa Faust met her demise, was the torched passed to Grace? And I think the AI plot while is hypotetically interesting (sort of digital organism, anyone), I wonder if they asked a real IT expert to review the script: which computer virus can infect *any* hardware it touch? Well… anyway looking forward to Part 2
Man, time flies. Doom was released to public on 10th December… 1993.
You can watch the John duos here.
Some may prefer Mario as their most iconic/classic game ever. And some may prefer Zelda, or whatever. As a big FPS fan, yep it’s hard for me to resist Doom (even though I prefer its older brother: Wolfenstein 3D).
Yes, we all know Doom eventually laid the blueprint for many FPS games after. And of course the classic meme “Will It Run DOOM?”