I’m still undecided about the upcoming Kong: Skull Island film as a whole. I think the tone and atmosphere of this film look pretty incredible and they’re slowly ramping up the marketing, but is there something new to offer from a story which in all honesty has been rerun a fair bit? If you don’t believe me check thisIMDB list of King Kong films…
That being said, I’ll have to admit some interest and today see’s the release of the IMAX poster which has a brilliant throwback style to film posters of old with a dash of ‘Apocalypse Now’ thrown in…
Kong: Skull Island will be in Cinemas on March 10 2017.
The new animation movie from Dreamworks had preview screenings across the UK and as a treat I took my little Mini Geek daughter to see the it and write up a review.
Mini Geek#1 review of Sing:
“I like Sing the movie because it’s funny and it’s full of the songs like Shake it Off by Taylor Swift, Firework by Katy Perry and I’m still standing by Elton John. It is also great because it had animals and if you’ve just heard the title of the film you wouldn’t you wouldn’t know that it was animals.”
There is also a phrase that everyone could use “don’t let fear stop you from doing the thing you love” which everyone lived up to in the end”. My favourite character was Gunter voiced by Nick Kroll, I like him because he’s funny, he can’t sing and he is a very silly dancer.”
“My mums favourite character is Buster Moon, because he’s passionate about the theatre, And he loves his dad. He was voiced by Matthew mcConaughey”.
“My dads favourite character was Johnny, because he didn’t think he was a good singer but turned out to be amazing. he was voiced by Taran Egerton”.
“This movie was a great surprise with lots of songs, emotions and laughs in one great film. We also saw people dancing in the cinema. I give this film 5 out of 5”.
Another year, another attempt to bring a video game franchise to the big screen. Again? Wait a minute didn’t we already have a Hitman film with that guy that played a villain in the terribly titled ‘Live Free or Die Hard’?
Well apparently one wasn’t enough and so we get a reboot or a re-imagining… or whatever.
With the news that Matt Damon is returning the Bourne franchise and Jeremy Renner is “on hold” to star in any further Bourne movies, I always wondered what story they could create for a and with no plans in sight for them to team up, I wondered why don’t they do a Bourne and Cross movie.