Enemy (2014)

Another puzzles from Villeneuve. Mulholland Drive of this year.

Chaos is order yet undechipered.”



The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

“Exciting as an entertainment, jaw-dropping as a romantic superhero film, but underwhelming as an action film.”

I’m Spider-Man. You can call me The Web-Man or The Amazing, but don’t call me late for dinner,” said Spider-Man to Aleksei Sytsevich.
The More Amazing Inside!

Snowpiercer (2013)

A serious sleeper-hit—a social commentary film about social class crafted elegantly in a metaphor of an ‘end-of-the-world’ train. Everything’s beautifully design (without attempting to be realistic) as it reminds me to Terry Gilliam’s Brazil only with a more straightforward plot and twists.

Know your place. Accept your place. Be a shoe,” Mason shouted to remind people from the tail. Head or Tail?

Transcendence (2014)

Transcendence is a high shot of science fiction with idealism and some sort of romance that never blends together completely, although Pfister has struggled to create a living form of Jack Paglen’s screenplay

Man: “In other words, you want to create a god?”

Will: “Isn’t that what man has always wanted?” Continue reading “Transcendence (2014)”