The movie is about a father who is taking his daughter to visit his mother via the train to Busan. He is a man consumed with work which has resulted in a failed marriage and a daughter who can't stand to be with him. After getting on the train, however. zombies happen and now he is fighting along with the other passengers to survive and make it to Busan, possibly the only city on the route that is safe. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST.....
Hosted by Jason at 10:32 AM
It's a highlight of the best soundtrack/score music
and some of those we lost.
Goodbye 2016, Hello... 2017
And all our favorite things; FILMS, MUSIC, BOOKS, ETC.
Giveaways... are everywhere!!
Jeremy [Six Strings]
Hosted by Jeremy Hawkins at 11:30 PM
Of course I am being silly. Yes, WORLD GONE WILD is a remake (or homage) of the classic western, THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN, which was a remake of the classic samurai film, THE SEVEN SAMURAI, directed by Akira Kurosawa. But we are here to review the new Denzel Washington film directed by Antoine Fuqua. I bring up WORLD GONE WILD to make a point. WGW has the spirit of the original as well as some lines of dialogue and some visual cues as well. THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN 2016 only has a few lines of dialogue from the original. The spirit of the original is completely absent from the new film. The new MAGNIFICENT SEVEN barely even qualifies as a remake. I would argue that it is not a remake at all, but just another "Men on a Mission" movie. However, the idea that this is not a remake does not make the new movie better. There is no fresh or new approach to the material. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST!
Hosted by Jason at 10:33 AM