Sunday, August 21, 2011

Attack the Block (2011) review - trailer

Posted by Muarif 10:53 AM, under ,, | No comments

In " Attack the Block," the feature writing and directing the first British comedian Joe Cornish, an alien invasion occurs in a public housing complex in London, and only a group of teenagers seem to realize.

Pulse with a bustling energy, the film works both as a fiction horror sci-adolescent adventure film. The biggest trick is withdrawn from Cornwall opens the film with his players attacking a woman (Jodie Whittaker) and still somehow make them appear as the story unfolds, deserves to be known (and rising brutality never excuse).

Circumstances may force the victim of aggression to join forces with them, and their transition from villain to hero in terms of public sympathy is simply excellent, especially for the leader of the gang, Moses (John Boyega).

Cornish approaching history with either condescension or nostalgia. The film clearly references monster movies of the 80s-era as "The Thing" and "Gremlins" in its visual style, but rather than go to some vague "makes me feel like I'm 12 years old still "feel that is popular with the crowd Comic-Con, Cornish create something that feels fresh, new and now. One of the big laugh lines of the film comes in the middle of a race that one of the boys exclaimed, "This is madness too much to explain in a text"

The film is not the same hyperdrive, the consciousness of pop opera Edgar Wright - executive producer of this film, and partner with Cornish is a script for the next Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin" - and that could be better. Cornish film is intelligent, but does not know, because he is obviously aware of what he is doing, without thinking opened the way of self-knowledge.

Even alien beasts themselves, the game of the match dog and monkey with that glow in the skin of black ink and teeth like a shag rug fear, feel original. Vibrant and exciting, "Attack the Block" is supposedly an expert in the movie too.

Director: Joe Cornish
Writer: Joe Cornish
Stars: John Boyega, Jodie Whittaker and Alex Esmail


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