Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Super 8(2011) Reviews

Super 8 movie will encapsulate an exciting range of cinematic elements like thriller horror and suspense in a science fiction setting so fans are promised of an entertaining motion picture in which their anticipation for an astounding flick is likely to be answered with flying colors. This venture had made it to create much hype and buzz even before it had hit it off with production so keeping that in mind Super 8 movie will be one of the ardently and eagerly waited motion picture for its interesting and impressive premise which helps to build up hopes and expectations for an ultimate joyride.
J.J. Abrams whose career as a director includes many hit projects has helmed Super 8 movie so that factor also leads to build up of appeal. So it can be hoped that an attractive and amusing motion picture will be there promising an exceptionally entertaining venture. High tech and action packed trademark of his directorial efforts is most likely to be highlighted in forthcoming Super 8 movie so fans who had enjoyed his previous projects are most likely to stay with their fingers crossed for a highly enjoyable thriller suspense and horror packed science fiction theatrical venture.

Super 8 movie will have in its store a plot which will bring together interesting and impressive themes of aliens which is something that audience will not be able to resist. Background for movie story will be set in latter part of 1970s. In Area 51 a part of it is shut down by Air Force and its materials are moved to another location. Train carrying the materials faces an accident which eventually releases something out of one of the cargoes. Super 8 movie will follow the aftermath of these events where the escaped thing will stir matters in neighborhood area.

Kyle Chandler and Amanda Michalka among many others has been cast in principal cast if movie and Elle Fanning who is one of the young and promising actresses will also be seen in a prominent role in Super 8 movie. Movie preview which includes a teaser trailer has already created much eagerness among crowds due to its eye catching nature. Moreover it also looks highly promising and entertaining having captured some of the thrilling factors which will be in fully array when movie makes it to the theaters. So this sure looks like a most fascinating cinematic experience with an array of get going features.

Super 8 movie is therefore most likely to take audience by surprise as it makes to theatres on 10th of June in 2011. With safe promises of a thriller and suspense packed motion picture it sure seems like fans of science fiction flicks are not far from finding themselves lost in a mind blowing cinematic experience. They sure will wait impatiently to see what will be in store of Super 8 movie which seems to be unlike any other movie that audience have ever seen. So an unlimited and endless joyride will be provided for sure.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Cars 2(2011) Reviews

The fancy cute car is back
Amongst the many sequels, tentpoles and blockbusters crammed into this year's jammed summer season, it's easy to forget about Disney Pixar's June release of Cars 2. After releasing two international trailers at the end of last year, the latest trailer expands on the adventures of Lightening McQueen (Owen Wilson) and Mater (Dan Whitney a.k.a Larry the Cable Guy) as they travel to the World Grand Prix and Mater gets involved in international espionage with Finn McMissile (voiced by Michael Caine) and Holley Shiftwell (voiced by Emily Mortimer).

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Kung Fu Panda 2(2011) Reviews

Prepare for the year of AWESOMENESS
When Kung Fu Panda was released in 2008, I was not prepared. Like Po, the titular Kung Fu fighting panda bear, the film was a diamond in the rough -- a wise Buddhist parable about destiny, identity, mentality and harmony, which also happened to be a cute and funny cartoon that tripled as an epic kung fu movie. Needless to say, these were not achievements readily discernible from a title like Kung Fu Panda and the tagline “featuring the voice of Jack Black!”

Monday, May 23, 2011

The Hangover 2(2011) Reviews

The Alpha Wolfpack is back, even more wasted than before
In the follow-up to the record-breaking hit comedy "The Hangover," Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) travel to exotic Thailand for Stu's wedding. After the unforgettable bachelor party in Las Vegas, Stu is taking no chances and has opted for a safe, subdued pre-wedding brunch. However, things don't always go as planned. What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in Bangkok can't even be.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Xmen - First Class(2011) Reviews

What is more cooler than Wolverine? Prof X and magnetos story mates
Next month's release of X-Men: First Class will be the first time fans have seen the characters of Professor X and Magneto since 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand, with the exception of Patrick Stewart's digitized cameo appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. First Class will also see the return of Mystique, who appeared in all three X-Men movies, and Beast, who only appeared in The Last Stand.

Of course, First Class is a prequel set in the 1960s, so the characters will be played by other actors. So instead of Rebecca Romijn reprising her portrayal of Raven Darkholme, a.k.a. Mystique, Jennifer Lawrence (Winter's Bone) playing the part instead. Portrayed as a villain (more or less) in the X-Men movies, Lawrence told IGN that the younger version is more of "a normal teenager" who is "insecure about being a mutant, but she slowly grows to accept it and evolves into herself and starts to love it."

Thor(2011) Review

THOR(2011) prankly im disappointed, just a typical marvel movie
The film boasts a number of British actors, including Tom Hiddleston as Thor’s brother Loki, and of course, the venerable Anthony Hopkins as the granddaddy of all Asgardians, Odin. Star Chris Hemsworth isn’t British, but let’s face it, he has less ground to cover in “sounding” British than, say, Jaimie Alexander, who plays the Warrior Lady Sif and hails from South Carolina, USA.

The first of Marvel Studios’ big-screen onslaught of big-budget comic book movies, “Thor” is probably the least well-known of the superheros that will be battling for your hard-earned bucks this Summer. Moviegoers certainly aren’t as familiar with him as they are with, say, Captain America (soon to be seen in his own movie, “Captain America: The First Avenger”) or Iron Man (eventually to be seen in “Iron Man 3″, but first in next year’s “The Avengers”). And if I’m being honest, it’s the one comic book character that I didn’t think could ever NOT look (or sound) silly onscreen. So you can imagine my surprise on how the film turned out: while not “knock your socks off” great, it’s still pretty darn “go figure, it’s a lot better than I thought it would be” good. Australian hunk of a man Chris Hemsworth stars as Thor, the Asgardian God of Thunder, though he’s never really mentioned as being a God, just a dude with a really cool hammer that can do really cool things like whip up lightning, tornadoes, and help him fly. It can also be wielded by only the most “worthy” of wielders, which makes you wonder how Odin, his pop, ever gave it to Thor, since when we first meet him, Thor is every bit the thoughtless rogue his much more sublime brother Loki believes him to be. On the day of Thor’s coronation to the throne, some unsavory Frost Giants (tall, blue ice beings) break into Asgard and cause mischief. Thor, never one to take an invasion lying down, decides to retaliate by attacking the Frost Giants’ home world, starting up a war that has been in a state of limbo for centuries or thereabouts. (“The Chronicles of Riddick’s” Colm Feore voices King Laufey, leader of the ice-lovin’ Frost Giants.)

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Green Lantern(2011) Review

Ryan Reynolds soars as test pilot Hal Jordan in this forthcoming of DC Comics' nerdiest of all titles. Bequeathed a power ring from the fallen Abin Sur, Jordan becomes a member of the Green Lantern Corps, powered by a giant space lamp run by immortal floating blue guys. Trust us, it'll be awesome. Especially if Kilowog is in it.