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whoa... "As THE IRISHMAN will explore the life of Frank Sheeran throughout several decades and Martin Scorsese doesn't want to resort to unconvincing make-up or hiring younger actors, it will fall to Industrial Light & Magic to give digital makeovers to several members of the main cast, including Robert De Niro."
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Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 month ago

Alien: Covenant


Directed by: Ridley Scott
Written by:
Cast: Katherine Waterston, Michael Fassbender, Danny McBride, Demian Bichir, Billy Crudup, Carmen Ejogo
Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
Genre: Horror, Science-Fiction
Official Site:


Very enjoyable, although not as intensely intriguing and entertaining as Prometheus, partially thanks to the visuals (sets, vehicle/costume design and cinematography were all better in Prometheus, though the special effects here are just as top notch quality wise) but, unfortunately, where Alien: Covenant suffers most is in its story. While it's still intriguing and entertaining throughout, some of the Alien fanbase's uproar of Prometheus not focusing enough on the Xenomorphs was definitely taken into account by Ridley Scott and co. on this one... and it's just so unfortunate that that's the case. Xenomorphs and their creation take center stage in the plot, which does work and is interesting and exciting -- but doesn't come close to matching the incredibly cool and intriguing Engineer plotline, which is basically thrown to the side here in order to service the fans. Incredibly unfortunate that happened, but hopefully we'll get more from that angle in the next film. Great action, great effects, and a solid cast with Fassbender once again killing it as the awesome David/Walter and Billy Crudup coming in with a performance that steals the spotlight from Katherine Waterston's main character (although she is quite good as well, if not somewhat forgettable, especially compared to Rapace's Shaw who is so sadly shortchanged here). While Covenant was great and pretty much all you could want from an 'Alien' movie (aside from say the real Xeno's, and in multitudes, and a Queen -- which I'...[more]...


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sLaShEr84 at 04:22 PM May 23

Nice review I enjoy Alien: Covenant as well.

grelber37 at 04:42 PM May 23

Alien: Covenant does have some remarkable action and effects. For a long while, it does a great job with mystery and suspense too.
I am glad that you liked the movie.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

whoa... "As THE IRISHMAN will explore the life of Frank Sheeran throughout several decades and Martin Scorsese doesn't want to resort to unconvincing make-up or hiring younger actors, it will fall to Industrial Light & Magic to give digital makeovers to several members of the main cast, including Robert De Niro."
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Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 month ago

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2


Directed by: James Gunn
Written by: James Gunn
Cast: Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Zo Saldana, Michael Rooker, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, Glenn Close, Kurt Russell, Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan
Studio: Marvel Studios
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Comic Book, Science-Fiction
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Guardians of the Galaxy 2 was really, really good. Top notch special effects, great comedic writing and acting and they definitely took the 'do it again, but bigger' approach for the action, throwing the kitchen sink in there which worked -- most of the time. It's not without its problems though. While it's overall funnier than the original, and carries more emotional weight than the original, it's simply just not as good as the original. While the action is always bigger in Vol 2, it isn't always better, and the plot itself just isn't as good as the origin story, even with a slightly more interesting (though predictable) villain. The gold villains were uninteresting and unexciting, both visually and personality wise. The biggest failing of GOTG Vol 2 however is the extremely disappointing and completely inferior 'Vol 2' soundtrack. I'm still in shock by how weak the soundtrack was in this film, it really stuck out and really brought the movie down, whereas the soundtrack did the opposite in at least a few situations in the first movie. All in all though, I was very entertained, and if it wasn't for the huge letdown of a soundtrack, this would be an easy 8. Perhaps the songs will grow on me upon repeat viewings and it'll get up there anyways (although it should be noted that the first movie's never had to do that). Still, highly recommended.

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Moviefreak2010 at 02:04 AM May 11

great movie

Moviefreak2010 at 02:05 AM May 11

great movie

sLaShEr84 at 11:15 AM May 11

Good movie.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

watching Star Wars: Rogue One finally and damn... some beautiful wide shots and a cool/unique/gritty feel to a bunch of the scenes, but the shockingly Polar Express level CGI on Tarkin is way too distracting and kind of cringe worthy. I mean it's not terrible but it's certainly noticeable and for a movie that basically had an unlimited budget and all the resources out there I'm really surprised this is the best they could do for him... They'd almost be better off cutting his scenes down and when he appears masking it by making him a hologram instead...
unbinkable at 05:44 PM Mar 27

My wife left the theater having no idea he was CGI. She's not a huge star wars fan so I think people who know Peter Cushing well notice it more. I thought his CGI was phenomenal and people are way too tough on it.

Cochise at 09:23 PM Apr 02

^ Really? Wow, I thought it was super noticable. Honestly kind of jealous of her in that respect lol. Disney's other work in deaging or recreating actors in things like Civil War and Ant-Man was way better and more believable I thought. Rogue One's was right about on the same level of believability as Tron Legacy's other-Jeff-Bridges I thought.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

I love how Superman isn't in the promo material for Justice League... but it's too bad they already ruined all of that. I really don't get what happened... I mean they've already publicly stated that'd he'd be apart of it in a big way, plus all of Cavill's and others' social media posts alluding to his return but why? Come on. It would've been a great, great surprise/secret to have him just show up in there, but they had to go and ruin it beforehand (just like Wonder Woman). Why in the blue hell did they need to have that final shot of the dirt moving on Superman's coffin? It totally ruined the whole sacrifice that came before it... ugh
Weapon X
Weapon X at 10:30 PM Mar 24

Even without the dirt moving, nobody really thought that was the end of Superman.

Cochise at 07:47 PM Mar 26

^ I think the majority of people's perception of the end would have been a LOT different for sure. Yeah, some people, the avid comic book fans would probably assume he'd be back or reference the stories where he comes back -- but I think the mainstream/the masses wouldn't think that and it'd have a much different, and better impact on them.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 months ago

Hellboy 3 (apparently) being a definite no go is fucking heartbreaking. Wow. As if.
Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 months ago

Split was enjoyable, but ultimately pretty skippable and just nothing super special like some are saying. It wasn't very scary, and was pretty anticlimactic. Even the twist, while cool, was kind of like ''oh.. okay then". There's some funny quotes thanks to McAvoy and his characters that are memorable but aside from that... just OK. M Night Shyamalan's previous film The Visit is way, WAY better on every level from scares to humour to originality. Definitely check that out if you haven't.
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Pat Hatfreet at 07:07 PM Feb 11

I liked "Split" but I still have to see "The Visit".

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 months ago

Really disappointed the new Friday the 13th movie has been apparently cancelled... would've been the perfect movie for Halloween 2017 (and was perfectly slated to come out on this October's Friday the 13th too...) damn!!
grelber37 at 05:00 AM Feb 10

Your thoughts and my thoughts are very similar on this important matter. Moviefans should have gotten another Friday the 13th this Shocktober.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 months ago

is it just me or does Jack Sparrow's finger tattoos spell out 'JAKC' rather than 'JACK'... or has it always been like that/and on purpose? lol
BATeMAN at 12:40 PM Feb 11

I want to know also, mistake or has it always been that way?
Hopefully the monkey has it right way.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 months ago

Best horror movies that you think are underrated/underseen?
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WalkAway at 05:48 PM Jan 16

As Above So Below, all of Val Lewton's films

Cochise at 09:26 PM Feb 09

thanks guys, definitely more than a few here I'll have to look into!

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 6 months ago

Alien: Covenant... first time seeing the trailer and... as a huge Ridley Scott and Prometheus fan I have to say -- shockingly disappointing. The exact impression this trailer gave me was, in a phrase, "hollywood". This looks like a mainstream movie, a 'do it for the masses' move. Changing Scott's original idea for a new, original, huge, sci-fi trilogy about Eningeers that also connected to his original Alien movie... into what that trailer showcased... which, while it does look (really) awesome... looks like not a Prometheus sequel like it should have been but rather a 2010's era style late sequelorisitarebootremake like the many we've seen recently, trying to recapture the gold of original and nothing more
YoshioKun13 at 03:51 AM Jan 04

Not impressed

grelber37 at 04:54 AM Jan 04

You hit a certain nail on the head. Alien: Covenant might be an effective horror movie. However, it is not especially the Prometheus sequel that fans anticipated.

Frosty_86 at 07:46 AM Jan 04

The trailer has me worried, I have your exact concerns. It seems as if the studio is just trying to do damage control for the last three (five if you count the AvP movies) entries to the franchise. I liked Prometheus so I don't think they need to apologize for that, they just need to expand on it. They need to deliver on the setup from Prometheus. The trailer also spoiled a whole hell of a lot.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 6 months ago

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