Directed by Ron Howard and based on the book by Nathaniel Philbrick, the thing that excites me most about this movie is the special effects. Whales are beautiful, majestic creatures and loving them as I do, I don’t know how easily I’ll be able to look at the whale as the ‘bad guy.’ On second thought, I’m thinking quite easily if I put myself in the place of the crew whose ship just sunk.
In the event that after seeing the In The heart of The Seatrailer, you thought the film was based on a different famous book, namely Moby Dick by Herman Melville, you’re not alone. For it is the same 1820 event that inspired Melville to write his famous story, first published in 1851.
I’m quite sure I’ll still love whales after watching In The Heart Of The Sea, how ever ‘bad’ this one particular whale may be.
As unsettling as the idea behind London Has Fallen (2016) may be, the new movie directed by Babak Najafi and starringGerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Aaron Eckhart and Charlotte Riley looks like it’s going to be quite the spectacle.
The imagery of London actually falling is certainly horrific, but I still couldn’t help yelping with joy at the excellent execution of this teaser trailer.
Talk about haunting trailer music…
I guess it’s time to plan the viewing of the first instalment, Olympus Has Fallen (2013). Probably and quite likely.