I would not see any movie that has a poster like this. So... well done, marketing department?
Whenever I have watched versions of this, I’ve always secretly hoped there was an element of magic in it somewhere. I wanted it to be a fantasy story. Now that I’m old I’d kind of rather that it wasn’t, and leave it as it is written.
The puppeteering on this was next level amazing. Sometimes they looked like humans in a suit! (Actually for a few shots that’s really what’s going on, but I’m not talking about those). The movement of walking and especially turning around genuinely looked like they had legs and had planted their feet on solid ground.…
It’s just playing dress-up. They really need to get over themselves. It doesn’t help that they continually get indulged, praised, financially rewarded, and then given awards and ovations just for being lucky enough to say the lines somebody else wrote, somebody else edited, and somebody else created music for.
There appear to be around 20 shows and movies on IMDb previously called Ghostwriter, five of them in just the last couple of years. Mayyyybe come up with a new name?
Wow. Okay, so its obscurity for me (only a casual comics fan at best) isn’t all that surprising. I thought they were somehow really significant and I’d somehow missed them, but apparently they’ve always struggled to make a big impact. It’s possible they were never even on sale over here in the Upside Down.
I haven’t seen her in too many things, True Grit and Bumblebee is about it. But she is a great talent, so I hope this works out.
The movies aren’t successful as original ideas because they’re aimed at the game players who have a preconceived idea of what they got out of their gaming experience.
I’ve seen a lot of talk about Impostor Syndrome lately too. It’s when you are put in a position where you feel you aren’t as skilled as people around you are expecting and relying on, and you feel anxious about being inadequate or found out as a fraud, that you don’t deserve to really be there and someone better ought…
wargames involved pushing miniatures around a map, measuring bullet spread with rulers, and crafting historically accurate battlegrounds out of sand
A couple of new shows look really great, but there’s not much in those returning shows that I got into. It might be a quiet year for me, genre-wise.