Tag: Liam Neeson
The moral is don’t travel when you’re related to that bad arse senior citizen, Liam Neeson:
Not quite those morons at PETA, but animal rights activists — America’s Wolf Conservation Center specifically — are protesting the depiction of wolves by Hollywood. The friendly, neighborly wolf is apparently smeared as potentially not nice in the new survival film “The Grey” starring Liam Neeson, which opens this Friday. If you’re stranded in the wilderness, perhaps coming across a pack of angry, hungry wolves would be a stroke of luck! The wolves might take you into your pack until you and your brother can found Rome. Says a member of the Center:
“It’s not anything new for wolves to be portrayed as the bad guy in fairy tales, and we don’t take it seriously because it’s fantasy, but this movie is supposed to be real.”
Liam Neeson gets in touch with the wild side: (continue reading…)
Behold the movie adaptation of the Battleship board game. Hard to say whether it stays true to the source material based off this not-at-all-laugh-out-loud-funny trailer:
- The movie never stuck with a single tone. At its best the A-Team is a frenetic, self-depricating, wise-cracking action comedy. The film really drags at various points where it takes itself and its characters too seriously. When the A-Team is set-up and wrongly convicted of an illegal military operation in Baghdad, the movie becomes desperately tedious.
- The frame-up of the A-Team is overly complicated. The filmmakers choose to make the culprits behind the frame-up largely a mystery, when it is totally unnecessary. No one bought a ticket to the A-Team for plot or mystery. The “shocking” reveal of one key conspirator is meaningless and slows things down.
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