GameStar Movie Review – Assassin’s Creed, California Dream and The Unarmed Soldier.
In the final Film Review of the year, Michael Fassbender becomes an assassin, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone kidnap our hearts and Mel Gibson shows again what he knows as a director.
In the last Movie Review of the Year, I’d like to thank you for staying with me all year and for clicking through to SamaGame’s film sister site, Puliwood, for articles. What more could I want than the smell of popcorn to swing your day and have a successful New Year full of movies!
Let’s end the year with a more massive pastime featuring a compilation of trailers for the 2017 films, including big guns like Dunkirk, Spiderman: Homecoming, Logan, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, War of the Planet of the Apes and Truth League:
But before we move on to next year, the following movies will hit theaters:
After Warcraft, another game adaptation moves to the canvas, not even with any casting. Oscar nominee Michael Fassbender (The Shameless, X-Men: The First) hid in the skin of Callum Lynch, who is embroiled in a centuries-long struggle between Templars and Assassins. Therefore, he has to relive the memories of an ancestor even during the Spanish Inquisition, which in turn offers significantly more than an out-of-body experience. Unfortunately, critics say, including our opinion and Puliwood’s rating, that Assassin’s Creed won’t be there on the podium for the best game adaptations, in fact.
(Curiosity: The film shows the highest free fall ever in nearly 35 years. It is named after stuntman Damian Walters, who jumped from a height of 38 meters. The fall lasted almost 3 seconds and ended at an impact speed of 98 km / h.)
California Dream (La La Land)
Nowadays, musicals on the big screen are no longer fashionable, but after Whiplash, Damian Chazelle pulls us back into a magical story through the language of music. Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a jazz-loving pianist, meets up-and-coming actress candidate Mia (Emma Stone) and they subvert each other’s lives. Although they dream together, they both have to pay the price for their dreams. The California Dream, according to Puliwood, is an instant classic, one of the gems of film history, so be sure to check it out in the near future. Even if the theme leaves you cold!
(Curiosity: Originally Miles Teller and Emma Watson would have starred.)
The Unarmed Soldier (Hacksaw Ridge)
After Apocalypto, Mel Gibson put his name in order again, bringing an astonishingly true story to the canvas. Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) in II. he took part in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II and saved the lives of 75 of his comrades by refusing to serve in the armed forces on moral and religious grounds, thus arousing the dislike not only of his superiors but also of his comrades. We definitely recommend watching the unarmed soldier, because even if you don’t take it to everyone’s stomachs, it’s worth giving him a chance for the emotional charge and shaping of Garfield (Oscar-chance?).
(Interesting: 14 years have passed between the idea and the realization of the film.)
Weekly DVD and Blu-ray Releases:
– Unfortunately, there is no new look this week.
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