San Diego Comic-Con is coming up and that means a lot of movie news is heading our way. This week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly gives us first looks at these highlighted films that will have their presence be known at the movie conference and I’m here to share them with you.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
I went to see Godzilla back in 2014, in a word it was horrible, but that doesn’t mean its sequel can’t do better and this picture at least proves that these monsters are going to mean some serious business next time around. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is set to come out next year and hopefully it’ll be a better monster flick than Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
I love Transformers movies and while the first teaser for Bumblebee didn’t provide a lot of Decepticon material this picture sheds some light on the evil transforming machines and I’m so excited. The red Decepticon is called Shatter and will be voiced by Angela Basset. The blue Decepticon is named Dropkick and will he be voiced by Justin Theroux. Sounds awesome to me. *thumbs up*
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I went to see Arrival roughly two years ago when it sprung into theaters around the country. I went to watch it because it was garnering immense praise from critics and it seemed like an interesting science fiction film to watch. After seeing it I, for the most part, enjoyed it but its plot was confusing and I didn’t fully understand what was going on. It ended up being nominated for Best Picture that year, showing that the praise it received was somewhat legitimate. I, however, hadn’t watched the movie since…until a couple of days ago.
I was bored and looking for a fun movie to watch in the middle of the day. I came across Arrival and considering that I had only seen the film once about a year and half ago I figured I might as well give it a go again and see if I’ll understand it a little better the second time around. As soon as it came on I knew that I was going to enjoy the movie immensely.
The cinematography was beautiful and immediately sucked me in with its dark tones. The music, composed by the recently deceased Jóhan Jóhannsson (Sicario,) is perfectly alien and it works brilliantly with the overall film. But what struck me the most about the movie wasn’t the colorful tones of the movie’s scenes or the way the music gave me chill bumps but rather the originality of the story.
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