“You’re tearing me apart, Lisa.”
Schlagwort: James Franco
James Franco spielt in Wim Wenders neuestem Werk einen leidenden Schriftsteller mit Pokerface, während sich der Regisseur mit zweifelhaften Entscheidungen in den Mittelpunkt von Every Thing Will Be Fine drängt.
After 2012’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise (The Amazing Spider-Man) Mark Webb returns for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Where the first movie was trying to emulate the style Christopher Nolan’s hyper-real Batman reimagining, this movie goes full into comic book mode, boasting colorful villains, giant action setpieces and an abundance of trouble for the hero Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield). And while the movie doesn’t reinvent the wheel – or convert any people who aren’t already on board of the superhero train – it offers a solid enough story to entertain for its quite long running time.
Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead, Spider-Man) returns to big blockbusters after he revisited his horror roots with Drag me to Hell. Oz: The Great and Powerful stars James Franco as the title giving Oz and tells us the story of the man who eventually became the man behind the curtain in the much beloved The Wizard of Oz. Reimagining a much beloved classic with up to date special effects had me asking one question over and over again:
Will it be as terrible as Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland?
It’s really hard to begin this review since I am not sure if I should…