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Archive for August, 2010

2010
31
Aug

Inception Movie Review

Inception Movie Review

Gemma – Inception Movie Review

I think this is the best film I have seen this year, and Leonardo Dicaprio, who played Cobb, was great in it, as were Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Arthur) and Juno star Ellen Page (Ariadne).

Inception starts out a bit confusing, but once the film gets going things are explained and you easily begin to love this film, sitting on the edge of your seat eager to learn more about the weird dream worlds that Cobb and his team can induce.

They soon come up with a plan which proves to be a lot tougher to carry through than first thought. Cobb has to face up to his secrets and deal with his guilt, and Ariadne helps him to do this.

2010
29
Aug

Toy story 3 Movie Review

Toy story 3 Movie Review

Gemma – Toy story 3 Movie Review

I was thrilled to hear that Pixar were doing another Toy Story, so of course I just had to see it, and it took a bit of convincing to get my dad to take my brother and I to see it.

I had heard great comments from friends about it and told dad, he checked out the film online and agreed to take us.

I found that the film had a more modern animation of the cartoon than that of the original, so improved the quality of viewing.

I was a bit upset to find that a few of the characters were not in this one, like Woody’s ‘girlfriend’ Bow Peep, but there were some great new characters in the film which soon made up for it.

2010
26
Aug

The last Airbender Movie Review

The last Airbender Movie Review

Gemma – The last Airbender Movie Review

I found that the beginning of The Last Airbender wasn’t great, as the film is based on the animated DVD series called the Avatar which is in three books, each book having about 20 episodes.

At the beginning of the film it misses out a lot of information which is shown in the animated series, of course anyone who hasn’t watched the animated version wouldn’t notice, but it does make the film is slightly ‘jumpy’, so doesn’t make total sense, which just looks like a bad film.

The actors also don’t seem very good at acting when the film first starts. However, as the film goes on it improves in both areas greatly.