~ Attention Readers – Take 10 ~
That’s right folks, another week has passed and the movie industry never sleeps. Everyone has been busy reviewing, analysing and pondering the world of cinema and here are my three top posts of the week.
Unless you live in a cave the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hit the internet just the other day and my blod feed is full of excited, wary, on the fence viewers who aren’t quite sure what to make of it yet. Unfortunately I missed the boat but here are my top three Batman v Superman trailer responses that deserve your attention.
With a burgeoning Marvel/DC divide will this mega Superhero event persuade fence-sitters to pick allegiances or will it spur further animosity toward the whole Superhero thing?
We Minored in Film is up next and Kelly is on point once again. Looking at the Batman v Superman Trailer and its finer points Kelly highlights the impact of Man of Steel and some curious screenshots that hint at Snyder’s trademark style.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice took the world by storm with the highly anticipated Comic-Con trailer, if so much speculation and excitement can be generated out of a trailer, what does the film promise?
In other news here are my favourite grounded in reality non-Superhero related posts.
Table 9 Mutant’s brilliant breakdown of Secret Cinema’s Star Wars over at Cinema Parrot Disco serves as an excellent insight to how fans can engage with their favourite films and experience distant worlds first hand. Go check it out for an awesome adventure into Tatooine and beyond.
The Assholes of Assholes Watching Movies deliver a touching review of The Bridge. A haunting documentary detailing the lost souls of the Golden Gate Bridge. It may not be the most uplifting of films but the Assholes rightly bring it to our attention on there California road trip.
Lastly, there has been a fairly mixed bag of reviews directed toward Terminator Genisys in recent weeks. Understandably lovers of the classic Terminator flicks are a little disappointed that their beloved franchise has taken drastic money-making decisions, others are pleased that it was at least still fun to watch. Over at That Moment In Dan from Slip/Through remembers one of the classic Terminator sequences in Cinema Remembered. Thumbs up for this reminiscent throwback to everything right with the The Terminator franchise old and new, Arnie.
That concludes this week’s Attention Readers – Happy Viewing