Monday, 31 December 2012

A Century of Cinema

CAUTION: Yen's blog contains harsh language and even harsher notions of propriety. Reader discretion is advised.
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (3D) Marvel Avengers Assemble (3D) Prometheus (3D) The Dark Knight Rises John Carter (3D) The Amazing Spider-Man (3D) Go to all posts tagged Film Review... Go to all posts tagged 3D...
The Dark Knight Rises The Wedding Video Prometheus The Artist The Grey John Carter The Cabin In The Woods Total Recall Paranorman The Sweeney Salmon Fishing In The Yemen Katy Perry: Part of Me Rock of Ages Marvel Avengers Assemble Looper The Raid - Redemption Ruby Sparks Argo The Perks of Being A Wallflower James Bond: Skyfall The Expendables 2 The Muppets The Life of Pi Dredd 3D
Goon The Iron Lady The Darkest Hour War Horse Haywire The Grey Chronicle Man on a Ledge The Phantom Menace 3D (first pass) The Phantom Menace 3D (second pass) The Muppets The Phantom Menace 3D (third pass) Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 3D The Phantom Menace 3D (fourth pass) The Woman in Black The Artist The Phantom Menace 3D (fifth pass) Safe House Wanderlust This Means War John Carter 21 Jump Street Contraband John Carter (second pass) The Hunger Games The Pirates! In an Adventure With Scientists Wrath of the Titans The Cold Light of Day Battleship The Cabin in the Woods Salmon Fishing in the Yemen Lockout Avengers Assemble Avengers Assemble (second-pass) Avengers Assemble (third-pass) American Pie Reunion Dark Shadows The Dictator The Raid (Redemption) The Raid (Redemption) (second-pass) Men In Black 3 Prometheus Prometheus (second-pass) Snow White and the Huntsman Avengers Assemble (fourth-pass) Prometheus (third-pass) Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter The Five Year Engagement Danny Boyle's Frankenstein Rock of Ages
The Amazing Spider-Man Katy Perry: Part of Me The Amazing Spider-Man (second-pass) Batman Begins The Dark Knight The Dark Knight Rises The Lorax Ted The Dark Knight Rises (second-pass) The Lost Boys The Bourne Legacy The Dark Knight Rises (third-pass) The Expendables 2 The Wedding Video Brave Keith Lemon: The Film Total Recall The Possession The Watch The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Dredd 3D Lawless The Sweeney Paranorman The House at the End of the Street Killing Them Softly Looper The Campaign Resident Evil: Retribution The Perks of Being a Wallflower Taken 2 Ruby Sparks Hotel Transylvania The Perks of Being a Wallflower (second-pass) Looper (second-pass) Argo Skyfall Frankenweenie Silent Hill: Revelation Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part Two Gambit Silver Linings Playbook Rise of the Guardians Rust and Bone Life of Pi Great Expectations The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Jack Reacher Home Alone Parental Guidance


What have we learned from all this?

• Most movies are "alright"
• 3D can be done well and it can be done badly, but never makes a bad film good.
• My local five-screen Cineworld doesn't show enough new films to make a viewing-target of 100 feasible.


100 films? It hasn't been easy, and with shit like The Posession and The Darkest Hour, it hasn't all been fun, either. And the least said about music documentaries, the better.
So. With that in mind, I'm going to take it a little easier in 2013. No view-targets this year.
Not sure about the future of the film-reviews at the moment. If they do continue, the format will be changing (bottom line: they take too long to put together and don't get enough page-hits. Mercenary, but there it is).

In the meanwhile: SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL CINEMA! Even if they forego showing new films by running Taken 2 for six weeks.

Six... weeks... *cries*

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• ^^^ That's dry, British humour, and most likely sarcasm or facetiousness.

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