Reaction And Review: The Last Circus
Welcome ladies and gentlenerds to a brand new episode of killb94's Reaction And Review.
Today I'm taking a look at a 2010 R-rated dramedy from Spain, that movie is "The Last Circus". Now, from everything I've read about this film is that it's a period piece set between the '30s and the '70s and, I know this is quite a Captain Obvious notion, it has something to do with circus clowns. That's all I know in terms of substance, I did eventually check out the movie's trailer and it looks... Quite interesting to say the least. Okay, I'm not kidding, this shit looks odd as hell, go look it up for yourself, from the trailer it looks like some kind of demented mix between "Batman Returns", "Moulin Rouge!" and Terry Gilliam's "Brazil".
While all this has made me all pumped to check this movie out, I've seen enough films in this series to know that SOMETIMES having a cool premise never ever guarantees that the movie's gonna be awesome. So as much as I
Reaction And Review: Wolf Children
Welcome ladies and gentlenerds to a new entry of killb94's Reaction And Review.
Today I'm taking a look at a japanese animated movie from 2012, that movie is "Wolf Children".
Now, the only things I know about this movie, I swear to god it's true... Is that this movie has something to do with werewolves. I know in the past I gave a bad rep at those kind of movies, but this isn't meant to be a horror movie or anything, it's more of a sentimental fantasy flick.
But even so, Wolf-related stuff seems to be bringing me some luck lately in this series, like "Dog Soldiers" from this January. After re-watching it the second time I've decided it's a movie I'll watch every Halloween from now on.
Besides that, I know that the director of this movie also made "The Girl who leapt through Time" and "Summer Wars", both of which I know absolutely NOTHING about since I haven't seen them, but I know they're very praised so that should be a nod that I'm in for