My first movie of this year and I have to say that I loved it.
Maybe not by the end it was a horror movie, the end reminded me
more fantasy/drama, but I think it was really scary, inventive,
and at the same time touching and interesting.
Last year, I saw The Wizard of Oz for the first time.
I really liked this film. I think this prequel is very interesting
and modern proposal. Great visually, I missed only musical atmosphere,
and I think that Mila Kunis was hopeless.
Visually, it was a great movie. First half - it was really weird,
and I was a little bored, but then action gained momentum.
Superman is one of my favorite superheroes, but all my feeling is based
on the series Smallville. So far I have not fallen in love with any other
Superman. This was good, Lois Lane - awful, I appreciate whole on eight,
because the show was great, but the film didn't slated for my favorite
Maybe it wasn't a highest caliber humor, but I played
pretty well. It was sometimes funny, sometimes repulsive, but in general
I can say that the movie had something in itself.
Anna Faris irritated me. She should stop at the stage of Scary Movie,
because now she is no longer funny.
I love Vera Farmiga. In this film, she was great.
The whole movie also interesting. I must admit that in a few moments I was
really scared. It's hard for something original in this topic,
but I thought this movie was pretty decent.
Now I know why I rated X-Men: First Class only
in eight stars. By him - James McAvoy. It has a weird and frightening
face and suit me just as Mr. Tumnus, and even there was a bit scary.
The idea for the film was interesting, but for me, James McAvoy
and ugly and not very sexy Rosario Dawson spoiled the movie.
I had no desire to see Rosario Dawson nude, but unfortunately
I saw. And at all the idea of a pussy... (lol).
Besides, it seems to me that the music didn't fit the events
happening on the screen. I like Danny Boyle, he had some brilliant
films, but this one was average in my opinion.
The whole idea of the movie and the movie was interesting,
but why Nicholas Hoult? He looks like an alien, his expression
reminds me of Kristen Stewart. When he hiding from giants
under the water, I had secretly hoped that he drowned.
Besides, the excitement... For example, the king: "It grew big
beans to Heaven" - no emotions, "Cut off the beans" - no emotions,
"daughter survived" - no emotions...
The best actors in this movie were giants.
They were great and I liked very much.
I don't know if Tom Cruise annoys me, whether I like him
a little. Visually, the movie was fantastic, interesting vision
of the earth after the nuclear destruction, but the content and
the rest were very weak and not very interesting. An interesting role
of Andrea Riseborough, never heard of this actress before,
I'll have to look at her more closely.