I'll never look at movies the same ever again. Never. This movie was fantastic. No directors have balls anymore. These creatures
looked ridiculous. You could tell the makeup and costume artists wanted to go broad, and they did. Everyone plays it safe
now by covering every nonhuman character with the most ridiculous effects. Forreal.
was filled with so much passion. The movie makers loved making this one and you can very obviously tell. The
plot itself sounds like it was written by a genius eight year-old that had just been introduced to acid. The basic idea of
this movie is that trolls disguised as humans try to trick other humans into eating a green goo / strange green food. The
movie insinuates that the food is meant to cleanse people of toxins and other bad things that are in our food today. When
eaten, the green stuff turns you into a tree person and these trolls eat you to survive. AWESOME.
I saw Total Recall
the other week. Its safe to say that it was the worst movie I have ever seen in my entire life.
First of all: At the end of 21st century, the Earth is divided into two territories--the United Federation of Britain and
The Colony (formerly Australia)--after the Third World War devastates the remainder of the planet. Many residents of the Colony
travel to UFB to work in their factories via "The Fall", a gravity elevator, which travels through the Earth's core. Is the
plotline. Ignoring the already boring and unoriginal plotline (ohhhh noo the world ended because of a third world war oh man)
the movie was completely scientifically inaccurate when it was clearly trying to be so. Their lack of explanation on EVERYTHING
disgusted me. Like, really? This guy walks out side of The Fall while its going through earth's core (it's supposed to take
something like thirty minutes to reach the other side) and he's like, okay, no problem, not dying or anything. WHAT? You should
BE DEAD. Anything going that fast, first of all, should kill you. PLUS he is so far under earth. Ridiculous.