Thanks to Jurassic Park: The Last World, we can see that there are some things we should leave to God. Like dinosaurs.
It doesn’t need the first-person, character camera-holding to make the film. The film stands alone without all that. Not to mention the touches most likely influenced by one of its producers – Michael Bay. Bay manages to add his own touch to the film as a producer. The only thing it lacked was an appearance by Megan Fox.
Every now and then, there’s a film that completely catches you by surprise, challenging your assumptions and touching the deepest parts of your soul. Then there’s SpongeBob SquarePants: Sponge Out of Water. Things are going very well in Bikini Bottom for the young man who lives in a pineapple under the sea until the secret… [Read More]
With Jurassic World set to be released this week, let’s take a look back at the movie that started it all. In its time, it was a remarkable film with great action sequences and incredible-looking animatronics dinosaurs. It was a film that kept you on the edge of your seat while also engulfed in the possibilites… [Read More]
What happens when creativity gets replaced by redundancy and reiterations? With the impending arrival of Jurassic World, following years of exec producing the terrible Michael Bay Transformers films, has Steven Spielberg finally given up on telling original stories that transport us to other worlds? Is he no longer interested in taking us there so he can turn us back to… [Read More]