See, this is the thing, if major use of slo-mo would be justified anywhere, it´d be in the ideal Spider-man flick, the action/fight scenes are truly suppose to exceed the eye´s comprehension due to the extreme speed. Im also usually very sensetive to slo-mo, but I got a feeling its done right here and actually serves a purpose.Not enough slo-mo
I was aware, if you watched the first movie you noticed they used it sparingly and exclusively for fast-moving action scenes.IncantatioN said:I was being sarcastic. Slow motion scenes in general or like the ones we saw in the trailer don't do anything for me. I'm guessing there will be more through the movie.
They´re setting the bar pretty high with multiple villians and all, so Im guessing anymore sequels wont do with just one. Which indirectly makes it slightly harder to incorporate them all and their "backgrounds" all in harmony with eachother and the plot. Feels like theres so much Spidey villians to choose from but honestly Im kinda drawing a blank atm, or just remembering the ones too silly for a live action movie.Deci said:Just for fun though, who is left for Spider-Man to quarrel with?
Yea. This picture is from TASM2 trailer,Hanma_Baki said:Doc Ock (yeah his already been in the previous movie-version and even though he was probably the thing I liked most about that universe I think they could still make another cool version, and probably best as a part/leader of sinister six or just not the only villan in the movie)
My biggest wish though would be for them to develop some version of a six arm saga and/or even the further mutation stages, its an awesome idea for making Parker himself a bit more dynamic.
EDIT: I just checked IMDB and apparently the fourth movie´s gonna have Doc Ock as the main villian and then four more, Sinister Five? Anyway its weird cause additionally they´ve posted information about it which I´d consider the biggest kind of spoiler. AND its not coming out till 2018.
I like Luke Evans too. He's a decent actor.IncantatioN said:Dracula Untold - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXcSCDWY0_E
Red cape - superhero~esque
Slow~mo - check
Gotta admit though, that massive bat fist move thing whatever you call it looked cool. Usually movies with Dracula have been more or less in the horror genre, but this is a 300~esque action adventure fantasy. I think I'll check it out
I agree. There's two things I want from my DBZ. Fantastic fight scenes and interesting character designs. Toriyama rarely disappoints, I think.IncantatioN said:I have tickets to go watch it on the 11th cos the show on the 5th sold out and the one on the 8th is at 12 PM (I'd be at work). If you're a long time fan and don't want to go through 10/15 episodes to watch a fight or power up, why not watch this ! Dragon Ball Z: Broly was freakin awesome and I hope *fingers crossed* the fights on this one are that good.
What can I say? I'm a sucker for some cheesy garbage when drunk, like how it's the only time I ever eat Taco Bell. ...I'll show myself outAazealh said:Man... I'd seen this trailer before, and if there's one thing I didn't need, it was to see it again (but I still watched until the end).
Aw... is it bad that I kinda want to see it sober? But more importantly I gotta ask, what TV channel would play this?Sarcomere said:What can I say? I'm a sucker for some cheesy garbage when drunk, like how it's the only time I ever eat Taco Bell. ...I'll show myself out
Not if you're a fan of power rangers, sailor moon, cheesy zombie movies, and dbz! It could be worth a watch.Grail said:Aw... is it bad that I kinda want to see it sober? But more importantly I gotta ask, what TV channel would play this?
I don't even think that's necessary, and Ford's been over the hill for YEARS.IncantatioN said:Blade Runner sequel news - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/blade-runner-sequel-finds-director-778162
The good - Harrison Ford will reprise his role. Denis Villeneuve (Enemy, Prisoners) in talks to direct it.
The Kingkiller Chronicle series, by Patrick Rothfuss, is going to become a TV series, with a movie and video game deal in the package.To be perfectly honest, it’s a bit disconcerting. I never anticipated that a Hollywood studio would treat me like a human being. Let alone want to work with me as a creative partner and respect the fact that I do, in fact, know a lot about how stories work. This story in particular.
So… yeah. That’s the news. Me and them, we’re gonna do a thing.
Lionsgate is making its own press release today and there will be stories in all manner of Hollywood news outlets pretty soon. It’s not a coincidence that my blog is launching up on the very same day as their big announcement. In the same hour, even. Lionsgate coordinated with me so I could share this news on my blog at the same time they’re launching their story.
Maybe he should focus on finishing his "trilogy" (that'll end up being a dodecalogy) first...Walter said:The Kingkiller Chronicle series, by Patrick Rothfuss, is going to become a TV series, with a movie and video game deal in the package.
I like the books -- don't love them. They're more interesting to me than any other current fantasy novels. But the prospect of turning any book I like into a movie fills me with dread. Yet the author (of course, the man who stands to benefit from the venture being a success) sounds optimistic, and gave them a hard sell (of course he would!). So.. I dunno, maybe?