A sinister mess of a film filled with bored looking dogs with creepy CGI mouths, forgettable sugary-sweet musical numbers, a Dickensian orphanage set up with a wicked governess and an incinerator where all toys end up and to top it all off Santa getting knocked down by a car causing amnesia and then later on in the film ending up in hospital after suffering with what appeared to be a heart attack when actually he had lost his magic crystal which resulted in him becoming mortal thus causing him to slowly die... Overall its fairly disturbing but I strangely enjoyed it.
Featuring epic and rousing classical music mixed with electronics, some ambient excursions and a small handful of electronic dance tracks... daft punk have crafted a very evocative and engrossing soundtrack that complements Tron: Legacy well (despite the film being badly paced and thinly scripted), however the soundtrack is an adventure in and of itself. "Tron Legacy (End Titles)" and "Adagio for Tron" are without a doubt amongst the duo's best work. (ps. I would like to stress to fan's buying the album: it is Not a daft punk studio album, it is a Soundtrack)
The acting, casting, dialogue, story, music, CGI, editing, costumes... literally everything about Catwoman is incomprehensibly bad!
Every time you think it can't get any worse it sinks to lower cinematic depths! Everything it about it is naff, hammy, hokey, camp and over-the-top and ultimately it all adds up to one hilariously funny film.
Tonight was only the second time i have ever seen it, the first was back in 2007, and it's actually much worse than i remember! I was in tears and my sides were hurting from laughing so much. The phrase "its so bad its good" has never been more appropriate.
...and the scene with the rousing/dramatic classical score and the… Read more