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Godzilla: Monster Planet - Nov.2017Film Official Name Godzilla Monster Planet Head to official movie site to read synopsis in Japanese and English http://godzilla-anime.com/intro/
The appearance of the giant living creatures “Kaiju's” and the ultimate existence that destroys all monsters: Godzilla. Through the battle against kaiju’s that lasted for half a century, human beings has experienced continuous defeat, and finally plans to escape from the Earth. And in 2048, only those who were selected by the A.I. managed under the central government boarded the inter-sidereal emigrant spaceship “Aratrum” to head for “Tau Cetus e”, the planet beyond the distance of 11.9 light-year. However, the environmental condition differences between that of the Earth and Tau e, which they finally arrived after 20 years were far beyond the predicted numbers, and was not an environment considered to be habitable by human beings.
The young man on the emigr
Kong: Skull Island ReviewMuch like Godzilla: Resurgence and Godzilla 2014, I'm going to do a review for Kong. I've seen the film twice already and I think I'm in the proper mindset for this, maybe. The film is a bit of a tricky thing to review but I think I got it. There MAY be spoilers so if you don't want anything ruined then don't read the review.
Kong: Skull Island
In general, the film was very fun. Legendary looks like they've been listening to the criticism that Godzilla 2014 received and it looks like it's paying off. So once again, I'm going to split the review in two and list the good and bad. First off:
Much like Godzilla 2014, the characters are a mixed bag here. On one hand, they're very interesting and the casting has improved with the likes of Tom Hiddleston, John Goodman, Samuel L. Jackson, Toby Kebbell, and Brie Larson. The problem... no one really stands out. What I mean is that if you replaced any of the actors with 3rd rate actors, there really wouldn't be
A.D's March Update (Logan, Kong and Film School)March is shaping up to be one of the most challenging and exciting months I've had in a very long time. Usually this goes at the end, telling you more details on how my own creative projects are going, but I'm putting this first because you ought to read about my joining Met Film School, based in the legendary Ealing Studios, on my Official Blog: http://abeldiazcinema.blogspot.co.uk/
It's one of the biggest things I've done in a while, and I have reached a point where I need to take things to the next level. As is is not good enough. As always, you can also keep up with my Official Facebook, for even more news and updates as they happen relating to my own projects, and updates on how I'm doing at Film school:
So, onto my newest reviews. First off, on Blasting News, I review Hugh Jackman's final film as Wolverine, Logan:
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