Going ons

    Saturday, January 19, 2008


    Watch it. It was so entirely amazing, emotional, realistic and apocalyptic that until more is expanded in this movie universe it will stand as my favorite movie of all time. The shaky camera issue that many people had wasn't ever as bad as what I see at work at the high school, in fact there were many moments where the cinematography was absolutely mind blowing. One scene has Hudd running with a crowd of people and falling with the camera in hand. That may not seem much but that scene portrayed an absolute truth about this film.

    It was filmed by professionals, who are aiming at filming everything as an unprofessional would, while maintaining a professional visual. The camera men did a perfect job, and conveyed that realistic amateur feel with a spectacular image. This film is beautiful.

    The chemistry between the actors was genuine and completely heartfelt. Rob was perfectly portrayed as an everyman throwing in an extraordinary experience and did an incredibly heroic deed so believably. Hudd the cameraman, as our eyes, felt completely fleshed out. Even though we barely see him on screen, his presence is felt through the film through witty dailogue between the other characters. Of course Lilly could have been fleshed out more, but I didn't like her much anyways.

    Watch this movie. You'll either love it or hate it, but at least you got to witness a spectacle like no other.

    1 comment:

    Lost Seraph said...

    We're not doing much YET, but we're gonna be developing a story this semester to my knowledge. Story, characters, stuff like that. Keep checking up!