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Re: What Are You Looking At? (Multiplex Edition)
« on: June 10, 2012, 01:26:35 pm »
Prometheus



Finally.... worth waiting for... like I had a choice  :P

I believe it lives up to the hype. I wasn't disappointed in any way. Not perfect, but dayum near. I won't give away any spoilers but this spin control of trying to say it's not a prequel to Alien... well, I guess we need to discuss what prequel means.

Many scary and disturbing scenes. Lots of surprises as well. We did see the 3D version. That was done well, but honestly there's only a few scenes where it truly becomes immersive. The sets were spectacular. The characters.... well some were outstanding, but several were completely background noise.

Excellent use of sound. I'm sure Ridley Scott made sure that was all part of what he wanted to bring to the screen.

It's interesting to see how the movie get to the image above. I believe that was the core seed of thought for Ridley Scott. Who, why, when and what were the space jockey's doing?

See it on the big screen. And then buy it when it comes out on DVD. I'm sure it will still be just as effective on the small screen.
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