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Transformers III: Dark of the Moon Sucks – Fuck This Boasted Movie!

It’s happened that I watched “Transformers III – Dark of the Moon” before its official release, that pile of hyper CGI budget shit and guess what? I was fucking disappointed in the whole franchise!

You probably thought that “Transformers II Revenge of the fallen” is by far the worst part of its series. But thanks to Steven Spielberg for his TS3! This piece of shit is like a Spider Man III of its genre – boasted, over-hyped and super pissed.

Transformers III Dark of the moon 2011

The worst part here that it doesn’t deserve our money on popcorn and ticket at all! I thought there will be more development about Optimums Prime and his new “chick”, but instead of that they put some new bizarre robotic heroes like Zordon, who transforms into a Phantom Truck. A giant truck which is invisible sometimes, or shit like that, I usually sleep on that part.

Phantom truck? Really?

The movie plot is shit – “evil” transformers tried to conquer the Earth and did I say “TRIED”? Of course the Black Team has been blown up by the… okay, I’m not reveling the movie plot, just listen what will say Mike.

[blockquote_message]Mike TYsonThis movie is so bad that I even bought Japanese Godzilla DVD collection to realize how did they manage to cook up so fascinating cyborg-action scenes with no CGI at all?[/blockquote_message]

Mike Tyson.


Yeah, you’re absolutely right Mikey,Transformers III is more like a fucking I-pod advertising than a movie. Even a fucking CGI level worse than any Evander Holyfield’s hook in the nuts. I mean, the quality is good but the level of execution, it’s like you’re watching another computer game not a movie at all!

Judging by the past prequels it has less originality in the plot and character development, there is no charismatic leader in Transformers III! It is more it like Power Rangers doodling and meddling in the middle of the battle. Imagine watching a Scarface with no Tony Montana, just a bunch of Cuban bastards trying to shoot each over – no “cockroaches”, no chainsaw, no sense and plot at all.

Don’t even waste your time guys and better re-watch some Robocop movies, not this shit!

[five-star-rating]

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Into the Woods (2012) – Movie Concept

When a group of college friends are bored and want to get away from the stress the city is giving them, they all head out into rural Pennsylvania to a small wooded town called Black Creek. While there, they find the beautiful forest and quiet lake both relaxing and fun until they discover the dark truth about the woods.

The Jackal, a servant of a sinister God and a follower of a sadistic cult, is unleashed into the woods to destroy the sin that these friends brought into their land. Now these friends will fight to survive in these dark and isolated woods. What they thought was a typical weekend getaway will now turn into a horrible nightmare.

REVIEW: “The originality makes it great. You can tell by reading it that someone with a deep passion for horror wrote it. The witty humor is amazing. I found myself laughing a few times. The character diversity is great. Love it. The writing is actually great. It’s simple and easy to follow. The characters: You actually become attached to them and start to care for their well-being.

The killer: I love that this movie is more of a “who will die” instead of a “who is doing it” kind of thing. I think the gay element in horror is an area that hasn’t been explored yet (not seriously, at least) and I think that it is something that NEEDS to be done, as homosexuality is something that is apart of everyday society, and I’ve taken a liking to [that character,] Jake.

If this interests you or you’re still wary about this check out the small teaser on you-tube and “like” the face-book page!

http://youtu.be/0foI8hng0W4

www.facebook.com/dontgointothewoods

Thanks for checking us out!

[five-star-rating]

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Cinema

Most people use “film” and “movie” interchangeably[citation needed]. “Film” is more often used when considering artistic, theoretical, or technical aspects, as studies in a university class. “Movies” more often refers to entertainment or commercial aspects, as where to go for fun on a date. For example, a book titled “How to Read a Film” would be about the aesthetics or theory of film, while “Lets Go to the Movies” would be about the history of entertaining movies. “Motion pictures” or “Moving pictures” are films and movies. A “DVD” is a digital format which may be used to reproduce an analogue film, while “videotape” (“video“) was for many decades a solely analog media onto which moving images could be recorded and electronically (rather than optically) reproduced. Strictly speaking, “Film” refers to the media onto which a visual image is shot, and to this end it may seem improper for work in other ‘moving image’ media to be referred to as a “film” and the action of shooting as “filming”, though these terms are still in general use. “Silent films” need not be silent, but are films and movies without an audible dialogue, though they may have a musical soundtrack. “Talkies” refers to early movies or films having audible dialogue or analogue sound, not just a musical accompaniment. “Cinema” either broadly encompasses both films and movies, or is roughly synonymous with “Film”, both capitalized when referring to a category of art. The “silver screen” refers to classic black and white films before color, not to contemporary films without color.

The expression ‘Sight and Sound‘, as in the film journal of the same name, means “film”. The following icons mean film – a “candle and bell”, as in the films Tarkovsky, of a segment of film stock, or a two faced Janus image, and an image of a movie camera in profile.

Widescreen” and “Cinemascope” refers to a larger width to height in the frame, compared to an earlier historic aspect ratios.[7] A “feature length film”, or “feature film“, is of a conventional full length, usually 60 minutes or more, and can commercially stand by itself without other films in a ticketed screening.[8] A “short” is a film that is not as long as a feature length film, usually screened with other shorts, or preceding a feature length film. An “independent” is a film made outside of the conventional film industry.

A “screening” or “projection” is the projection of a film or video on a screen at a public or private theater, usually but not always of a film, but of a video or DVD when of sufficient projection quality. A “double feature” is a screening of two independent, stand-alone, feature films. A “viewing” is a watching of a film. A “showing” is a screening or viewing on an electronic monitor. “Sales” refers to tickets sold at a theater, or more currently, rights sold for individual showings. A “release” is the distribution and often simultaneous screening of a film. A “preview” is a screening in advance of the main release.

Hollywood” may be used either as a pejorative adjective, shorthand for asserting an overly commercial rather than artistic intent or outcome, as in “too Hollywood”, or as a descriptive adjective to refer to a film originating with people who ordinarily work near Los Angeles.

Expressions for Genres of film are sometimes used interchangeably for “film” in a specific context, such as a “porn” for a film with explicit sexual content, or “cheese” for films that are light, entertaining and not highbrow.

Any film may also have a “sequel“, which portrays events following those in the film. Bride of Frankenstein is an early example. When there are a number of films with the same characters, we have a “series”, such as the James Bond series. A film which portrays events that occur earlier than those in another film, but is released after that film, is sometimes called a “Prequel“, an example being Butch and Sundance: The Early Days.

Credits is a list of the people involved in making the film. Before the 1970s, credits were usually at the beginning of a film. Since then, the credits roll at the end of most films.

A Post-credits scene is a scene shown after the end of the credits. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off has a post-credit scene in which Ferris tells the audience that the movie is over and they should go home.

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