Since December of 2016, I have written a LOT of movie reviews. I love looking back sometimes at old movie reviews I wrote about films that I have either watched for the first time or have seen many times and want to elaborate on. So, here’s a flashback to one of the earliest movie reviews I wrote on this blog. Enjoy!
As you probably have noticed from my site I love movies. There are some films however that I happen to miss when they come out in the movie theaters and I have to wait until they’re available on Digital or Blu-Ray. Well, The Great Wall was one of those movies.
When its first trailer debuted in 2016 it was met with a ton of backlash, and deservingly so. The trailer portrayed that this movie was going to revolve around a Caucasian man, played by Matt Damon of all people who, somehow, was on the Great Wall and was obviously the savior of the Chinese. It was a very bad way to advertise the movie and ended up killing any chances of the movie becoming profitable. It was so distasteful that there was next to zero advertising for the film until a couple of weeks before the movie debuted in theaters.
And Matt Damon seemed to be very absent. He was barely on any late night shows and he was definitely not on the cover of any entertainment magazines. When the movie was coming out I had no desire to watch it. I instead went to see The Lego Batman Movie which ended up being a very dry, very boring, not-that-funny hour and thirty-minute movie that felt like it was taking FOREVER to finish.
So, eventually, The Great Wall was available to watch on Google Play and craving a new movie I decided to rent it and see if it was good or not. I came into the movie thinking it was going to be just a tad bit more enjoyable than Assassin’s Creed which would mean it would be a pretty awful movie.
As soon as the movie started I immediately noticed the cinematography was extremely impressive. It grasped my attention because it was so beautiful. I still was watching the movie however with the notion that it was going to be terrible and would annoy me somewhere down the road. Well, to my great surprise, it didn’t.
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Kylo Ren is such an awesome Star Wars character. In fact, he’s my favorite Star Wars character. Whether I’m watching him or writing him he always manages to make my day. In preparation for my fanmade version of Episode IX coming out nine days from now, I’m sharing with you all some fun character posters drawn by my amazing sister. Yesterday’s poster featured Rey but today it’s Kylo Ren’s turn to shine. Enjoy!
When I saw this poster for the first time I was like, “Woah!” It’s a stark contrast from Rey’s poster which is resplendent in golden light while this is just…dark. But the cast of blue light from the right side of the poster once again reiterates that there will always be light and dark within Kylo Ren which is absolutely perfect for this character.
Oh my goodness, I love it so much. I can’t wait to see the next character poster my sister creates because judging between Rey and Kylo Ren’s posters it’s probably going to be awesome.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day.
If you want to see more of my sister’s work check out her website at uzuriart.wordpress.com.
I. Love. Valkyrie! Ever since she stumbled out of her Sakaarian craft in Thor: Ragnarok I knew I was an instant fan. You see, for so long women in the Thor movies weren’t that great. Lady Siv was pretty cool but she didn’t play a large enough role and Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster was just annoying. In comes Valkyrie to save the day (I think her name is actually Bruunhilde but whatever.)
She was GREAT in Thor: Ragnarok. She was so awesome in fact that even Thor was gushing like a fangirl over her, which was hilarious by the way. When Valkyrie didn’t show up in Avengers: Infinity War I was legitimately disappointed. Heimdall, Loki, The Hulk, and Thor were present in the opening scene for the film and yet she was missing. Turns out she jetted when Thanos showed up with the rest of the surviving Asgardians but I was still bummed.
So imagine my joy when I saw her get her own poster for Avengers: Endgame. I was, and still am, through the roof with excitement! Who knows how sizable her role may be in the actual film but I don’t even care. I just can’t wait to see her again.
So, in preparation for Avengers: Endgame here is her character posters.
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