Profil użytkownika 35mmshrine
It has always irked me when people commend a sci-fi movie for being good because it is "escaping the trappings of science fiction" or some such, as if science fiction was just some fluffy genre to look at shiny exploding things in space. It originated as a way to comment on society in a setting that is more accessible and safe, and is more easily swallowed by the general public. Sci-fi offers a freedom of expression that most other genres of film do not have.
Michael Fassbender needs to win the Oscar for 'Shame'. That is all.
Interesting take on the horror genre. I actually really liked the terse, uneventful buildup, but the payoff was less than satisfactory.
Okay, so to be perfectly honest I didn't get through the entire film. I got about halfway through. The writing is horrid. The first part is really boring, and it doesn't exactly get better from there. Maybe it suddenly gets better from there, but in my experience if the script is still bad halfway through, the movie is not going to het that much better.
This was one of those movies that has a really good trailer, so I guess I should have known it wouldn't actually be good.