The official teaser from the upcoming Motion Novel short film Dr. Professor’s Thesis of Evil.
The movie will be released in 2011.
“Motion Novel”? No, I have no idea what that is… but I don’t care. The teaser looks awesome. Perhaps, they couldn’t call it a “motion comic” simply because it is apparent they use a great deal of “live-action” elements? Like I said, I don’t care. If the story is good, I don’t care. If the film is visually interesting, I don’t care. Draw it with crayons. I don’t care. Just give me a good film.
I think it has been early or mid-September since I posted a review from Mr. Roeper. That should give you an indication of just how much “Hollywood” films interest me. Interestingly, I think the Harry Potter franchise owes most of its success to the fact that it has an extremely heavy British influence. That should be expected since J.K. Rowling is, of course, British. However, it is also due, I believe, to the fact that she was able to keep a great deal of influence on how the films would ultimately be made. That is why all that talk in the press earlier this week and last about Steven Spielberg having been offered the directorial reins and wanting to do it as an animated film can all be looked upon with… laughter? Disdain? Disgust? Whatever? Personally, I cannot imagine Ms. Rowling ever having approved of an animated series. Anyway, I ramble… again.
Here is Mr. Roeper’s review of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.” I doubt it will influence many, but I doubt if there are many who are truly debating whether to see the film or not. By now, you are either a fan or not.
Isn’t it nice to know that in an era where the boxoffice and the mentality of studios is dominated by the huge mega-multi-hundred-million dollar-special effects on steriods-3D enhanced flicks, there might still be room for a good action crime thriller? Yeah, the thought keeps me warm at night.
No, this is not really a review. Todd was not given enough time with the game, as it stands now, to do a complete review. It is, as stated in the title, a first impression of where “Halo Reach” is at in this stage of development. Still, it sounds and looks damn awesome.
Wow! What a difference a day makes. Anyway, Richard’s review and rating only validated my initial feelings on this film months ago. It is what is commonly known in Hollywood as a “mortgage movie.” Unfortunately, there’s a helluva lotta “mortgage movies” coming out.