Is the plot about fresh ideas for future Disney films?
Put on King Ralph to see what the logical end of that could be — plus the unlikely pairing of Peter O’Toole, John Hurt, and John Goodman.
Come to think of it, my mother has insisted that our family tree has a link to the Swedish royal family…
I’m supposedly descended from a famous Irish king.
Man. If there’s anything I hate worse than killing a woman to motivate your ‘hero’, it’s killing a kid.
Not gonna lie, that carousel scene in Face/Off was rather unsettling. Not the first time for Woo.
It’s a tired plot device in other movies as well. This movie is no Alias. You’ve done better, Bristow.
Huh. They got the entire movie cast back to do voices.
They claim the film cast remained close and were happy to do this.
I never saw the movie but will be watching the series. (Nothing against humans, but a live-action film was never going to look right. — Yeah, I read the B&W “graphic novels” first.) Will I love it? I hope so, though it’s been over 20 years for me, and nearly 15 years since the movie for the actors.
The movie was probably as good as could have been done in a single film. But they left a lot of stuff out… the story needed more time.
It is, though, one of the most visually arresting and best edited film of the era. Wright is so good at using editing as a gag or actually making it visible to the audience more engaging.
Apparently Michael Cera’s responding out of the blue to a 9-year-old email had a lot to do with them getting the band back together.
I JUST SAW THIS AND OMG THIS IS HAPPENING WHAT?!?!
runs around in circles