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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by bfun, May 14, 2015.
So this has a 99% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Been keeping an eye on all of the trailers since it was announced. It looks insane.
99% out of 127 reviews. That's really damn good. I guess I'm not surprised. The Road Warrior is one of the best action movies ever made. I'd put it up there with Total Recall and Terminator 2 as one of my all time favorites. I even kind of liked Beyond Thunderdome even though it wasn't as good as the other two.
quality happens when you keep the same director for your franchise.
I'm thinking that's pretty damn amazing. Almost every single critic has a positive review on an ultra violent action movie. Last action movie to do that was The Twilight Samurai in 2004 and then Terminator in 1984.
One of the cool things about it is that they're using a cr*pload of physical stunts and not just wall-to-wall CGI.
Not sure how Twilight Samurai showed up in the list you saw, but it's definitely not an action movie. It's one of yoji yamada's period dramas with one fight scene near the end of the movie.
Rotten Tomatoes action/adventure category. It also included UP and Aladdin.
I hope this does really, really well so that Hollywood sees there's still a market for big budget hard R action movies with an emphasis on stuntwork over special effects.
I'm getting pretty tired of over-CGI'ed kid friendly PG-13 superhero stuff instead of real action movies like we had in the 80s and 90s. This movie is probably the last chance for the true hard R action genre. If it fails, action movies are finished.
I really enjoyed this, not as violent as I'd like it
I loved this movie. It had the perfect balance between CGI and great props/sets/stunts. It was beautiful and brutal, I just felt like I was in the world more so than any other action/sci-fi movie I've seen recently.
I just loved the imagination behind the characters also. Even seemingly minor characters that you only got a short look at were so creatively designed. The delivery of the movie made it seem longer than it was, but by the time I realised this, I wasn't wanting it to end anyway.
Before & After VFX