While the Resident Evil feature films are great it is a pleasure to be able to watch the computer animated films that are based directly off of the video games. They are not a direct port of the game but fill in the gaps and make them come alive for us in ways that we would not normal be able to do just playing the game. This film is almost real with the details that they added to the film and with the movement and expressions on the characters in the film. I would call this a must see film just for that fact alone, though there is more to the film then just well done character models. It has tons of action as well. Read more...(793 words, 150 images, estimated 3:10 mins reading time)
The American Civil War has ended but not for everyone and not for every country either. Everyone wants a part of the United Stats and only Capt. James West and U.S. Marshal Artemus Gordon stand in their way. This award winning film is a timeless keepsake and really does show some of the best of Will Smith and Kevin Kline. Something for everyone in this film from Steampunk to Western and even Salma Hayek behind, a wonderful site to see indeed.
The film starts with a scientist running threw the woods with a strange metal collar with magnets attached. Chasing him is a razor sharp spinning disk like a buzz saw and it is gaining on him every step he takes till it catches up to him. Next wae have General ‘Bloodbath’ McGrath played by Ted Levine pulling the disk from the ground as the opening credits begin to roll. This is mostly a fast paced film with a lot of comedic liberties to keep you laughing and wanting to see more. This film has a clever mix of slapstick, suspense, partial nudity of Salma Hayek and Will Smith and plenty of put-downs and innuendos to keep you entertained even after the credits on this film end. Director Barry Sonnenfeld did an excelent job of putting this film together. Read more...(600 words, 42 images, estimated 2:24 mins reading time)