Since that cliff-hanger last time fans and audience members have been waiting a while for this one. We all knew they would return somehow but after a long wait Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch are finally back to together to stop evil doers and solve mysteries in ....opps, my mistake. Its Smaug not Sherlock.
Nine years ago, director Peter Jackson threw a "precious" gold ring into the fires of Mount Doom and out came 17 golden Oscars. Jackson's three-film theatrical adaption of author J.R.R.
If there was ever a reason to go to class in the summer time this is it. Though there is no actual school for gifted youngsters (or mutants for that matter) X-Men: First Class is well worth your attendance.
I have trouble with movies that are three hours long - the Skittles never make it to the end, and unless you get the jumbo drink for eleven dollars, you get thirsty. Having said that, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring was time well spent. The movie keeps moving, with only one or two slow parts.
By all accounts the first film installment of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a cinematic success.
One would think that in preparation to write a review for one of the biggest movies opening this year, one would have prepared a little. Perhaps one would have read the book that said movie is based upon. Or, given that there wasn't enough time to read the book, one may have done a little research to make up for one's ignorance on the subject.