godzilla

Yes you read right I was that much of a Godzilla fan that I went not once but twice! I am slightly disappointed that I didn't see it in 3D or at the IMAX but that can't be helped now. In this post I'll write about what the film is about, what I thought of it and how the experience differed between the two viewings I went to. I will warn you now that there will be spoilers so if you don't mind that then read on! A Tale of Two Screens As I mentioned above, I got so excited about the film that I went to see it twice...in 2D. I actually meant to watch it in 3D at one viewing but forgot...whoops. However it wasn't all bad. I would say 3D would have amplified certain scenes ...

Okay I was tempted to be lazy this weekend and not do a post after going out Friday and having just a little bit too much fun (as I usually do when I go out). However I couldn't help myself doing a very small post after watching the latest trailer for Godzilla (one of the films I'm looking forward to most this year) broken down by the director Gareth Edwards. via Empire Watching this I was surprised by how normal he still is as a person describing the film (or rather the trailer of the film) he created. I'll be honest he could probably come back to Nuneaton, be in a pub and no one would know who he is. My favourite bit of the breakdown is the origami cranes snuck into the corner of the scene made to look ...

This is going to be a short but sweet blog post that was unplanned but I figured I didn't want to do a series of tweets trying to take it in. One of the films I cited in my last blog post has a director from an unlikely source. I didn't catch it due to my inexperience researching and writing, but the world works in mysterious way or the brain and how it focuses on things after the fact and I happened upon a wikipedia link on Facebook showing that the director Gareth Edwards is a man from the town I currently (unfortunately) live in! My shock was quickly replaced by a need to verify wikipedia being correct as everyone knows you shouldn't trust everything you read there. After a bit of searching I found a post in my local ...