Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs
Fresh off ripping space-time a new one at the end of "Bender's Big Score," the Planet Express crew is back to mend the tear in reality, or (hopefully) at least not make it worse. Beyond the tear, though, lurks a being of inconceivable...tentacularity. What will become of Earth, and indeed, our universe, when faced with the Beast with a Billion Backs?
- Stars:Hiroki Narimiya, Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, David Herman, Dan Castellaneta, David Cross, Stephen Hawking, Brittany Murphy,
- Director:Peter Avanzino,
- Writer:Matt Groening (created by), Matt Groening (developed by), David X. Cohen (developed by), Eric Kaplan (teleplay by), Eric Kaplan (story by), David X. C
The Planet Express crew discovers a tentacle covered, planet sized alien that wishes to copulate with it all the inhabitants of Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Angelica rules! She had me laughing all through out the movie. Sad to say, natabunan si Eugene who seems to reprise her Kimmy Dora characters.
(br) wrote: I would say overall I liked it but nowhere near as much as the show. Its got some of the absurd funny moments as the show had, it just didnt seem the same. I was glad to see it back though.
(jp) wrote: Video game film adaptations are notorious among filmgoers because of their poor quality and notorious among gamers for a lacked of faithfulness to the source material (Max Payne), over reliance on the source material (Prince of Persia), or questioning said game being adapted to film (Super Mario Brothers). What works in a video-game narrative structure won't work the same way onto film. Both are vastly different needing specific elements to function. Professor Layton and The Eternal Diva is different taking what gamers love about the video game series and put it into a narrative that anyone could into regardless of their position to the series. Professor Layton and The Eternal Diva follows Layton and his apprentice Luke caught up in an adventure, when a masked figure steals an entire opera house and forces those in attendance to play a high-stakes game. The film takes place between the fifth and fourth entry in the game series building upon establish lore for fan while for the uninitiated serving as a standalone film without needing prior knowledge to enjoy. One element retain from the game are the puzzles. Just like in the video game, the puzzles are presented as puzzles allowing the viewer enough time to form their own conclusion. Unfortunately this element does not last long as viewer participation to form solutions faces two main issues; characters will either solve puzzles for us too quickly or plot convolution will create a major plot thread of seemingly insignificant things. Despite the puzzles not working entirely to the film favor the mystery keeps enough level of intrigue for viewers to be invested. The Legend of Ambrosia-a myth based on authentic Greek mythology-the film also surrounds itself with real world mythos. This supplements both fans and newcomer with something both are familiar with taking advantage of the rich myth its mystery is based around. Another area the film works is it faithfulness to the characters and matching the over the top spirit of the series. The film makes a wise choice to introduce its main cast as if we were meeting them for the first time. Choices like these is why the narrative works as a whole. Fans will be able to spot references to the video-game series and notice returning characters, but never loses focus in its main narrative. Characters on the other hand are given enough development to seek things through, but not enough to care about them. A lack of urgency due its plot convolution won't make you worried about the character lives. They do however offer some comedic moments and room for interesting conversations. This helps some of the film more dramatic scenes still pack a punch even without any attachment. When it reaches an extensive climax it where it stretches itself and most of it problems become noticeable. Plot convolutions, a lack of viewer involvement in solving puzzles, and no urgency all make a present. Even with a flawed overstretched climax it ends on a good note. The art style is a mixture of European influences with more traditional anime styling. Character features and movement are overly exaggerated like an anime. Environments and characters design are drawn in clear line (or Ligne Claire) European style featuring strong colors and a combination of cartoonish characters against a realistic background without anything appearing flat. The film also uses a considerable amount of CGI for some of its more harrowing moments. It's CG usage stick outs badly not fitting exactly with anything matching the hand drawn visuals. Thankfully CG is strictly use within the realm of the mechanical like a car meaning CG will only serve a mild distraction when on screen. Tomohito Nishiura and Tsuneyoshi Saito have produced the music for several of the Professor Layton game titles. Their signature classical compositions that will appease viewers. Voice acting is solid, but far from subtle. In the English dub lip syncing can be off noticeably and some voice actors will go on for long periods simply shouting their lines. At least what's make it voice work bearable is the authenticity of the talent. Effort from the cast is evidence even if they don't know how to approach reading a line. Professor Layton and The Eternal Diva is a step forward for video-games film adaptation keeping what fans like about the series while also structuring its narrative so anyone can get into it. Granted solving the puzzles isn't as fun as in the video games missing a sense of urgency along with it. Both fans and the average filmgoers will find flaws with the film, but is a decent a film that gets right what so many video game film adaptation get wrong.
(br) wrote: une mise en scne poignante
(de) wrote: Great movie and storyline, but the ending was sad.
(us) wrote: Cop film with corruption and family divisions at the heart of the story. All seemed rather slow and disjointed, while the ending could have been finished off a lot better.
(ru) wrote: Should have stopped with the storyboard from the first one
(de) wrote: Eigil Bryld is an amazing DP. A very well shot documentary about my home state. It's interesting to see how everyone else sees Wisconsin.
(es) wrote: An honest and moving experience, which could have been predictable, but refuses to have a feel-good ending.
(es) wrote: The characters are spot on in Carnal Knowledge in depicting the two main male views of relationships and women. Nicholson plays the player all too perfectly, and Garfunkel is the timid manipulative man to the bone. The movie is able to show the dispiriting view of relationships all too well, although, as a movie, it lacks 100% interest.
(fr) wrote: Yes, it's cornny,and a tear jerker in the BEST possible way, but I think in the light of everyone who believes in romance, and true selflessness, it is the epitome of what a true Love Story is...
(ag) wrote: I wish they'd stop with the remakes already. I can't bring myself to agree with people who say the acting was good, in my opinion it was weak. This whole film is unnecessary.
(br) wrote: Very average John Wayne film. Great cinematography for the time. Great performance by John Wayne, but the script is just okay.
(de) wrote: 11/6/2010We snuck out of Stacey's 70's party early to start our Hitchcock series. This is the oldest of his movies we had on the box, so settled in with some scrabble and giant pretzels and juice. It was a silly little romp. Touching when grump signs his name as 'senior'.And we learn what rhymes with "orange".
(fr) wrote: One of the most boring movies I've ever seen. I honestly wish I had that time back
(us) wrote: Good movie! Seemed like it ended a bit quickly, but still good!