Thursday, 30 September 2021
Run It - DJ Snake ft Rick Ross
I went to see Shang Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings at Cineworld, Loughborough. Very hot outside. The caucasity of the blonde haired girl student to put her feet up on the seat in front of her. She sat in I16. She did sit properly and a slight laugh from one of them. One of her college friends didn't turn up to an event as her dad suffered a brain hemorrhage. Anyway this is a Marvel film and centres on the Asian people. The rings were taken by The Mandarin or I will call him that. Gave him power and immortality. He would meet a woman in Ta Lo. A fascinating place. I need to look into the back story. The fight scene choreography was beautiful. Most of the fight scenes were superb. Nice special effects and a great cast of actors. Tony Leung, Michelle Yeoh, Ben Kingsley are legends in their own right. Shaun is living in San Francisco. Where Scott Lang lives. He works as a Car Valet with his best friend Katy. There is humour in this too. A group of henchmen are after this pendant. Shaun needs to reflect on his life, find out who he really is. There is the issue of family and you get to see things from the point of view of most of the main characters. I had never read the comics. Was unsure as to if I would watch this. The soundtrack is good especially the main theme. I used ro enjoy watching martial arts films. I definitely recommend this film. Simu Liu, Awkwafina. I have just watched A Quiet Place 2. A horror sequel starring Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Cillian Murphy, Millicent Simmons, Noah Jupe. Following the events of the first film. The Abbott family are on the move. There is a nice flashback scene. Shows you how the aliens got here. Interested to know more about them. They are blind and are attracted to sound. When they attack they are viscous. Another apocalyptic film with Cillian. They are a great cast of actors. Good use of Sign Language. Good action sequences and plenty of suspense. Sometimes the audio switches to no noise at all depending on the character. You will like the soundtrack. John wrote and directed both films. As always there is safe space for the survivors. You get the odd character that makes too much noise fucking things up. I did think that certain scenes would go one way. You have various scenerios playing out. I recommend that you see this movie.
I watched Love And Monsters on Netflix. A scifi comedy adventure. Starring Dylan O'Brien. A meteor was headed to Earth. All the governments would do is fire missiles at it. The nuclear fallout created mutations. The small insects and other creatures grew to big sizes. 95% of the population is wiped out. Post apocalypse. Joel is a young man living in an underground colony. He is the protagonist and narrates the story. His girlfriend from before the fallout is Amy. She lives 85 miles away. He decided that if it were to be his last days on Earth then he would rather spend them with her. So he heads off on a journey. I quite like the Mav1s robot. There is a dog named Boy. Other survivors meet him along the way. I have included other films that you might like. Nice soundtrack. Jessica Henwick, Dan Ewing, Michael Rooker and Ariana Greenblatt also star. Worth a look. Become a Patron!
I have started watching Ash Vs Evil Dead. Developed for TV by Sam Raimi. Based on the films. 30 years later. Ash is living the quiet life. He has his camper van. Works at a department store. Goes on dates. He has a young colleague named Pablo that always has his back. There is new girl Kelly that also works there. You have an FBI agent named Amanda that had been following a case. The special effects can be cheesy. Plenty of gore and violence. Contains swearing. The Deadites are causing havoc and will follow Ash. Comedy horror. I recommend the films too. Samara Weaving is in an episode. Far too much screaming. Nice to see some tits. The actress playing Brandy is cute. The one playing Baal is superb. You may have also watched Ghostbusters, Supernatural, Constantine, Stranger Things, The X-Files. Showing on Netflix.
Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Dana Delorenzo, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, Jill Marie Jones. Great acting from all cast members. You might like the soundtrack.
People in the comments are triggered by a comic book. Some idiot brings up "wokeness" I have just watched The Call. A Korean scifi horror. Great acting from the cast. The two leading ladies really stand out. Superb special effects. The soundtrack is good. Plenty of twists. You have the regular time travel films, the time loop ones then ones like this where two inviduals separated by time communicate with each other. These Korean films have always been good. The first that I ever saw was Oldboy. Director: Lee Chung-hyeon Starring: Park Shin-hye; Jeon Jong-seo Music by: Dalpalan Park Shin-hye as Kim Seo-yeon Jeon Jong-seo as Oh Young-sook Kim Sung-ryung as Eun-ae, Seo-yeon's mother. Lee El as Ja-ok, Young-sook's mother Oh Jung-se as Seong-ho Lee Dong-hwi as Baek Mi-hyun Park Ho-san as Mr. Kim (Seo-yeon's father) You have Seo-Yeon living her life in a small town in 2020. She receives a call on a cordless phone. From a young woman named Young-Sook in 1999. Young lives with her abusive stepmother. Seo lives with mother. They both inhabit the same house but in different decades. As they have more conversations. Subtle things along the time line change. I find the concept interesting. Frequency and The Lake House are other films that I recommend. Dark and clever film. I will look at theories and discussions. I may take a look at Parasite. I did see the trailer for a TV series named Hellbound. I saw this on Netflix. Highly recommended. I watched the pilot episode of iZombie. From DC/ Vertigo. On Netflix. A horror drama. It did remind me of Pushing Daisies, Gilmore Girls and Nancy Drew. The leading actress reminded me of Amy Adams. Her sister is hot. A young doctor had gone to party and there was a zombie outbreak. Well a minor one. She was infected. Now one of the undead. She works in a morgue. Eating the victim's brains helps her have a psychic connection. I wasn't sure if I would watch the entire episode or even the series. It might appeal to a female audience. You may have seen Zombieland, Warm Bodies, Life After Beth. Interesting soundtrack. Comic book cut scenes. Her boss is British. There is black detective that need her help. Originally on the CW. There are references to the work Boyle and Romero. 5 seasons. You should see Ash Vs Walking Dead. Starring: Rose McIver; Malcolm Goodwin; Rahul Kohli; Robert Buckley; David Anders; Aly Michalka; Robert Knepper; Bryce Hodgson. I watched Venom Let There Be Carnage. The sequel to the Marvel/Sony film. Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Woody Harrelson, Naomie Harris, Stephen Graham, Peggy Lu, Reid Scott. Tom Hardy is a Producer, Andy Serkis the Director. I liked the first film and wanted to see this one. A year later and Eddie Brock is trying to live a normal life. The police are still trying to get to the bottom of the events that took place in the first film. Cletus Kasady is a serial killer on death row. He requested meetings with Eddie and wanted him to tell his story. His girlfriend Frances is a mutant. She is locked away in a prison for gifted individuals. Unfortunately events don't go to plan. Carnage is on the loose causing, well carnage. Venom must stop him. Great cast of actors. Good special effects. I wanted to see them battle. I also want to see Venom in the MCU. You might like the soundtrack. There is one post credits scene. I may have read a comic featuring these characters. I played the original PlayStation game and the characters were tricky to fight. At cinemas now.
Tyrone and the people in the comments really are throwing a hissyfit over nothing. It was clearly a joke.
I rewatched Venom, the first film.
The beginning, the Life Foundation has a team sent to space. They are bringing back Symbiotes. Unfortunately things don't go to plan. The Venom Symbiote has been heading towards San Francisco. You also have Riot the team leader on his way to the labs. Carlton Drake is a CEO. He wants these creatures to work with the human race. Eddie Brock is an investigative journalist. He is intent on bringing Drake down. His girlfriend Anna has split up. You have Dr Dan and Mrs Chen. Good soundtrack.
I rewatched scifi drama Frequency. Cast: Andre Braugher, Daniel Henson, Dennis Quaid, Elizabeth Mitchell, Jack McCormack, Jim Caviezel, Jordan Bridges, Marin Hinkle, Melissa Errico, Michael Cera, Noah Emmerich, Peter MacNeill, Richard Sali, Shawn Doyle, Stephen Joffe. Released by New Line in 2000. Time travel theme. Set in 1969 and 1999. John Sullivan is a cop, recently separated. Sees his mother now and then. He lives in his childhood home. Meanwhile in the past is his firefighter father Frank. They use one of those radios to communicate. History is altered along the way. I liked the concept of characters being able to connect over different time zones. You might also like The Lake House and The Call. Emotional that John gets to speak to his deceased dad. This would definitely do something to the audience. Nice soundtrack. The natural phenomenon that occurs is briefly spoken about on the TV. I am interested in the back story. Great film. Worth checking out. Someone in the chat named Captain Obvious being a bellend. Mentioning woke in a negative way just exposes you to being a fascist. Desaad is homophobic. Zushi Taka must be an idiot. There is no agenda pushing. So many right wing cucks. This is in the live chat.
Cast Keanu Reeves Alex Wyler Sandra Bullock Kate Forster Christopher Plummer Simon Wyler Ebon Moss-Bachrach Henry Wyler Willeke van Ammelrooy Kate's Mother (as Willeke Van Ammelrooy) Dylan Walsh Morgan Shohreh Aghdashloo Anna Lynn Collins Mona I watched The Lake House which I saw years ago. Probably blogged about it. A scifi romance. Réunion between Keanu and Sandra since they starred in Speed. Nice soundtrack. I liked the time travel concept. Set in Chicago. You have Kate, a Doctor that has just moved out of this lake house. 2006. Meanwhile in 2004 you have Alex the architect. Just moving into the lake house. There is this dog named Jack. Alex's family are architects. You get to see Kate's mother and colleagues. Good cast of actors including the supporting ones. Christopher Plummer is superb as always. There is that letterbox which the protagonist would place a letter in and that's how they communicate. I like that some scenes their speech is intercut. Some scenes they are talking and in the same room. I believe that they are still writing to each other and it is interesting to show it like this. There are events that place over two years and you wonder if if was predetermined. I liked their walk through Chicago. It is romantic. Sandra looks beautiful. I wondered about the plumbing and where the toilet was. One actor was in Grimm. You might also like Premonition, Frequency, The Call, Somewhere In Time. This film is based on Il Mare. There is the Jane Austin book that is relevant. I will look at theories, discussions and back stories. I recommend that you see this. Time can be rewritten.