Tarantino, Binoche, Godzilla and You!"Tarantino said to me, 'That was the first time I've ever cried during a 3D blockbuster, I had to take off my glasses to wipe away my tears.' I took it as a compliment."
Juliette Binoche talking about her performance in Godzilla
Ms. Binoche only needed 225 seconds of screen time on Godzilla to show why she's considered one of the best actresses alive!
What about you? Who was driven to the brink of tears by Bryan Cranston and Juliette Binoche electrifying performances? C'mon...dont be shy!
No taboos: what was not-so-good about Godzilla?For some months I've been waiting to open this topic. Now that the hype surrounding the film has cooled off, I believe most of us can throw a critic, honest look upon Legendary’s Godzilla.
I rely on your ability of respect for others’ opinions, so please don’t make me regret bringing this discussion to light. I believe that, by sharing our true analysis of the film, we can grow even more consistent as a group. It’s a chance to know better each other, and to know better Godzilla, and to have a say regarding what we expect to see solved in the sequel.
Personally, I feel that the movie delivered what it promised, but just what it promised, falling way short on its true potential. Yes, human characters were handled with care, Sandra’s last scene was truly moving, the homely takes with Ford and Elle made me smile. Yes, like Honda made 60 years ago, Godzilla worked more as a shadow threat than a physical threat, making the kaiju fights short
'Godzilla 2' set to debut on June 8th, 2018Yep, almost 4 years to go...
'Godzilla' ended his theatre run grossing exactly $507,790,121 in all World, more than triple-justifying Legendary's $150M investment on the film's production and infinitely-justifying a sequel, which will count with the presences of Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah!!
Rodan, Mothra, Ghidorah on 'Godzilla' sequels!!!Nevermind Legendary would come to SDCC 2014 with a faint presentation, after releasing their big summer blockbusters Pacific Rim and Godzilla. Thomas Tull movie company showed they're ready to take hegemony on Hollywood with their new big partner Universal Pictures after bringing SDCC Hall H down with dozens of novelties. Who can judge them? After gaining the likes of some of the most creative minds of modern cinema, like Christopher Nolan, Guillermo del Toro or Gareth Edwards, their path to victory is straightforward!
After confirming the sequel to Pacific Rim, Legendary reinforces their monster movie tactic for upcoming years, confirming the presence of good ol' Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah for the next Godzilla movies!
King Kong will also return to the big screens on 2016 by the hands of Legendary, on the movie Skull Island:
Godzilla PS3 game + Pacific Rim 2Bandai Namco Games announced that it will release the PlayStation 3 game Godzilla in Japan this winter. The action game lets you play the monster itself against human civilization, as you clear missions by destroying buildings and weapons. The game will recreate the look of tokusatsu (special effects) movies, including signature tokusatsu camera angles and gunpowder explosions, with the latest graphics.
See the game trailer here
Guillermo del Toro confirms Pacific Rim comic book series, animated series and a movie sequel!
The sequel will be produced by Legendary and Universal Pictures and is set to debut on 7 April 2017.
See del Toro message to the fans here
A mini-gallery of early Godzilla and M.U.T.O. concept art by Kan Muftic.
Gareth Edwards will direct Star Wars spinoffGodzilla is still playing on theaters worldwide, but seems like Lucasfilm already made up his mind regarding the director of the Star Wars spinoff...
Gareth Edwards, Godzilla director, was hired to command this project, and I bet he couldn't be more happy, given he's an assumed fan of the franchise!
"Ever since I saw Star Wars I knew exactly what I wanted to do for the rest of my life - join the Rebel Alliance! I could not be more excited and honored to go on this mission with Lucasfilm"
This new project shall prove another great challenge for Mr. Edwards...after reviving the Godzilla franchise, he's now attached to the revival of Star Wars. Which character will his spinoff focus on?
"Gareth's filmmaking talent makes him one of his generation's most creative and visionary directors. The plan has always been for Gareth to direct a different film before we started on another Godzilla, but who knew it would be a Star Wars installment? We have
Metacritic: 63/100HERE THEY COME! They who trade the popcorns for a glass of Porto wine, they who like to write reviews that would make entire trilogies, and live in the fantasy that there's still legions who heed what they write, but still they write more because they need to buy more Porto wine!
Personally, I don't find professional reviews very useful regarding films like Godzilla, but impelled by morbid curiosity, I still read a few ones. I'll try to shorten the long spoilful paragraphs of the oh-I-understand-all-about-cinema-because-I've-seen-all-Bergman's-films people here:
Some critics bash Godzilla because they say the film is slow and they wanted to see more of Godzilla.
Other critics bash Godzilla because they say human characters are clichèed and their dialogue is dull (OK, I saw that coming on the trailers...)
Other critics praise Godzilla because they say the film's slow pace, the hidden menace of Godzilla and the focus on the characters gives Godzilla a t
It's the Final Countdown...http://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/to?iso=20140516T00&p0=25&msg=The+King+Returns
Brace yourselves people...The Storm of the Century is coming in...
Mr.Takarada won't appear on 'Godzilla''s final cutAkira Takarada revealed on Tokyo's "Super Festival" that his cameo scenes on Godzilla were omited from the final cut.
Akira Takarada played one of the protagonists (Hideto Ogata) on Gojira, the 1954 original film. Facebook group Cast Akira Takarada in the new Godzilla movie, succeeded on contacting both Mr. Takarada and Legendary Pictures and getting him a cameo for the 2014 film. You may imagine how this news was disheartening for us...
A Godzilla crew member talked to Tim Bean, the group's founder and the idea's mentor, explaning their decision:
"This was a really tough decision, but it was made out of a desire to have the best film possible... We would love your support and are hoping fans understand. We all hope to keep this franchise going for a long time!!!"
Before any irrational reaction, I'd like you to remember two facts:
-Godzilla is pointed by several sites and magazines as the
Norman Rockwell, All American Deviant
Norman Rockwell, All American Deviant
Norman Rockwell Tribute by Sarafinconcepts
Few artists have so definitively reflected the lives of average Americans as Norman Rockwell.
He began his lifetime dedication to being the “America’s Illustrator” as the 19-year-old art editor for Boys’ Life, the house publication of the Boy Scouts of America. A few years later he assumed his more famous position at The Saturday Evening Post, though he never broke his ties with the Boy Scouts. His first great achievement painting everyday scenes of America in his signature hyper-realistic style was
Photographs and paintings of stars occupy that category of things you know are so, and yet it’s not quite possible to believe. One example is radio or television “signals” traveling in “waves” through the air, only to be reassembled for your listening or viewing pleasure in your living room radio or TV. Looking at clusters of stars lighting up the night sky like massive storm clouds, it’s impossible to think of those stars, those points of light, as separate massive burning suns, even though I know it’s so. Sometimes the most powerful magic requires no deception at all. The natural universe is more mystifying in its sheer numbers than any magician’s most mind–bending sleight of hand.
“I am like a falli
Bill Murray: Can A Painting Save A Life?
Bill Murray: Can A Painting Save A Life?
Bill Murray by chunkslayer
Sometimes a painter’s vision expresses and inspires what the zen philosopher’s words can only define and describe.
When remarkable lives defined by success and abundance are reviewed from their beginnings, it is remarkable that the narrowest of paths, sometimes a precarious balancing between life and death itself, led to the decision to fight on when failure seemed certain. S
Who is Dr. Strange?
Who is Dr. Strange?
Dr Stange colored by DM-P18
For several months the world has been asking the question ‘Who is Doctor Strange?’
The faces of Ethan Hawke, Johnny Depp, Jon Hamm, Joaquin Phoenix, Tom Hardy, Jared Leto have been click bait for a thousand sites waiting for news of the star of the next Marvel movie franchise. According to Mike Fleming over at Deadline it now looks like Marvel have finally landed their perfect Doctor Strange in Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch.
But while everyone is chasing the casting news, who is asking the real question here of ‘Who is Doctor Strange?’
Collection: Haunted Houses
Coming across a deserted house, whether hidden by the distance of a rolling countryside or by the shadows of adjoining city ghetto dwellings, is like stumbling across an unnoticed, unburied corpse. It is obviously dead now, but once it was full of lives. Coming across a haunted house is different. Deserted or still occupied, it is a place where lives, unsatisfied, have refused to move on into a full death. The houses reflect their tenants. They are living dead structures, refusing to return to dust.
“What terrified me will terrify others; and I need only describe the spectre which had haunted my midnight pillow”
– Mary Shelley
Evolution of Art
The Gift of Madefire
Foreword by techgnotic
depthRADIUS is pleased and proud to present Liam Sharp as a guest writer and welcome his editorial prowess as our newest contributing writer. Liam is legendary as the sci–fi comic book artist, writer and publisher enfant terrible of Britain, his career having begun with 2000 AD magazine. He went on as artist, scripter and short story writer for publications such Heavy Metal and Vampirella. He started his own publishing company, Mam Tor, to self–publish Sharpenings: the Art of Liam Sharp
Halloween is a time for masks. Aliens, zombies, vampires and werewolves will soon walk the suburban streets in search of tasty treats. But then there is the next level of masks—the likenesses of movie stars, politicians and other celebrities with their most unflattering features exaggerated. Cheap shots, to be sure, but alibied as “satire.” We finally arrive at the “non–off–the–rack” mask–making of actual make–up artists. Here’s where the mask one chooses tells us things about the person we only thought we knew. You see, the scariest thing about masks is their very concept—of a friend or loved one, beneath the surface, not really being the person you know at all. That is a truly fearful thi
Second DD and ART FeatureOn October 27 I received my second DD and it was a big surprise !!!!
I want to thank :iconginryuzaki: for suggestion and :icontehangelscry: for featuring as DD.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
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Le Cabinet de Curiosites - Clockwork Fairy by AlexandraVBach
Girl in the Sunset by RankaStevic
The Last Stand by Aegils
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Mini Horror Reviews - Friday The 13th (1980)
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It's October and the sacred 31 days of Halloween are upon us-time to get your gore on! The chill is in the air, the leaves are on the ground, and Halloween candy has been out since Labor Day. So while you’re waiting in the Starbucks line for an overpriced double pumpkin spice whatever, pass the time with this year’s scary movies reviews!