This looks like Transformers except that those are Turtles not Autobots ! Please Michael Bay, don’t destroy another TV show from my childhood.
Writing a review about Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street is, undoubtedly, one of the hardest things I had to do in a very long time, and it’s definitely right up there with writing my friggin’ Bachelor thesis and running a 10K in less than an hour.
From now on you won’t be able to watch another movie of Wes Anderson without looking for centered shots.
One thing that can easily be said about Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity is that it is an absolutely bold, groundbreaking and engaging cinematic proposal that will definitely keep you breathless and pinned to your seat until the very end, and perhaps even a little beyond as well. It is certainly another great accomplishment in Cuarón’s track record, which includes Children of Men (2006), Y tu mamá también (2001) and Solo con tu pareja (AKA Love in the Time of Hysteria, 1991). It will come as no surprise that Gravity has been very well received by the media and general audience, scoring excellent reviews and grades in almost every major news outlet out there, reaching an outstanding Metascore of 96/100 in Metacritic, and finally scoring 7 Academy Awards, including Best Director Best Cinematography amongs others!