The Ancient One sat in a room in the Wakandan palace meditating, the Time Stone within the Eye of Agamotto glowing as she concentrated deeply.
In her mind, she could see the future and what was at stake. It was terrifying but it wasn’t hopeless. Sarkras the Mindful was a formidable foe but there were ways of defeating him and those ways always included two very important heroes; Colonel Rhodes and Vision.
She knew she had to take action and soon. There was no time to waste.
Oh my goodness. Wow! As I write this movie review, after having just finished yet another Christopher Nolan film, I find myself baffled and trying to discern what was real and what isn’t in the mesmerizing murder mystery that is Memento.
Guy Pearce plays the role of Leonard Shelby, a man with short-term memory loss who is trying to find his wife’s murderer. It sounds simple enough but Nolan manages to concoct a plot that twists and turns and intertwines upon itself all while delivering answer after answer until you’ve reached the conclusion and are left utterly stunned.
Okay, first off I’d like to announce that I’m one of those people who has no idea about Dune‘s story. I’ve managed to garner a bit of an idea of what is going on in this film through my father’s small details of the movie and the synopsis provided but besides that…I’m in the dark.
Thankfully, this three-minute-long trailer still didn’t give me an idea of what this new (and very epic looking) story is about and I am ready for it. Here’s the trailer.