Here we have the trailer for Oz the Great and Powerful. This looks . . .interesting . . .I think? I love the fact that the trailer starts squared off, like on a TV and in black and white. As it hits color, it stretches into widescreen. Interesting. You get a small glimpse of the flying monkeys, too! Well, have a look:
I am interested in seeing this, it is just somewhat coming off as too Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. I suppose we’ll just have to see how it plays out next spring . . .
Nothing exemplifies Hollywood Martial Arts films more than Enter The Dragon. I can’t begin to recount the amount of times I have seen this movie, mainly with my dad since we love to watch this every time it is on television. This movie was groundbreaking in that it was the first major Hollywood produced martial arts film that starred one the most explosive and charismatic man in the world. Bruce Lee son, Bruce Lee will always be the man. Watching him in this film is a delight of untold pleasures, but a bit sad in knowing that it would also be Bruce Lee’s final time on film. If there is anything that he will be remembered for, it’s for creating a film that would become the gold standard of martial arts film and a memorial of a talent that will never be replicated.