James Bond Quantum Of Solace Movie Review

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People have their differences in opinion, but for me, it never got better than the original Terminator film. Kyle Reese goes back in time in this 1984 classic to save Sarah Connor from an evil Terminator sent to kill her, played by none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger.

So what the hell is Push at it’s heart? It’s a one hour and 52-minute tease wrapped in an action film. The film actually has some fun in getting to where it’s going. Unfortunately, where Badawave It news goes is virtually nowhere. The movie doesn’t end. Sometimes, when you walk out of a movie you say to yourself “man, they obviously set that up for a sequel.” In the case of Push, you can’t really say that because the movie doesn’t end. It literally stops before the story is finished. It’s not just set up for a sequel, it would require one to finish the story. The damned thing stops talking in mid-sentence. In my professional opinion, that’s a cheap assed thing to do someone that paid full price admission for a ticket. The Empire Strikes Back had more story resolution than Push.

Eric and I passed the footage back and forth by email and he edited the commercial according to my direction. A couple weeks later, Eric sent me the DVD. I popped it in the DVD player for the TV that I had mounted and started playing it at the entrance of the restaurant. I was amazed at the production quality that we had achieved with one digital video camera, non-professional talent, and ordinary shop lights! Folks walking by the restaurant stopped in their tracks and watched the whole thing. Many of them came inside to dine. It played over and over in a loop and business increased by 30% overnight!

I was raised in a rural backwoods Southern hamlet which had one movie house that played Westerns on Saturday afternoon for the kids and “real” stuff Saturday night for the adults. Only we didn’t call them movies.

Sarah Shahi when I first saw her in the movie, kind of reminds me of Kat Von Dee with all her tattoos. Bullet to the Head has a lot of scenes shot at night. It also involves Sylvester Stallone and Sung Kang driving around in a fancy car, which is reminiscent of the Fast and the Furious films. The intense action scenes featuring brutal fist fights, people getting stabbed with knives, shot all over their body, explosions, usage of fire axes, and lots of blood are all well done.

Good to see that even though Stallone and Rambo have gotten older, the power they both have still burns deep. Stallone does a great job as both Rambo and Director, he capture the action sequences beautifully and keeps them fresh and exciting. Possibly after starring in the first three RAMBO movies he has obviously picked up tips from his fellow directors on how to make action scenes and war moments memorable and shocking. The action scenes are tightly done, Stallone captures exactly what he wants to put up there on the screen and displays it with plenty of firepower. There’s explosions, plenty of gunfights, brutal violence and human drama which actually does shines through the violence.