#JustAnotherComicReview Django / Zorro.
Django encounters Diego de la Vega, together will fight to free the local indigenous people from brutal servitude. Along the way Django learns so much form Diego and he discovers that slavery isn't exclusive to his people.
The original mask vigilante of the west meats the modern legend of the west in an action pack crossover event. The story arises naturally and credible. I wasn't familiar with Matt Wagner take on Zorro, but this book is a fantastic introduction to it and makes you want to read more. Esteve Polls artwork does a great work to make this book fill like a modern style pulp comic, dynamic, fluid and old-timer in all the good ways.
The characters interaction is top notch. Wagner does a great work capturing the spirit of a Trantino style story and the story itself is so fucking insane that I loved it.
The only complaint I have (and I’m being nit picky) is that this book feels more like a Zorro book than a Django one –the character focus feels uneven- And the art work in the final issue is a bit weaker in comparison to the rest of the book. Regardless of that this book is incredible and I hope so fucking much it gates made into a movie.
P.S I love that the story has full spanish dialogs without translation, it makes it more cinematografic.
Grappling Dead Spiders for 2019 | Brother Dege & the Brotherhood Fall European Tour: UPDATED: Ireland, Germany, France. Looking forward to hanging with our tour manager “Tomaroo” @tom_roelofs.
IRELAND | Brother Dege Solo w/Tom Portman opening
10/10/19 Sligo, IR, Cahey’s Bar
10/11/19 Dublin, IR, The Cobblestone
10/12/19 Kilkenny, IR, Billy Byrnes
10/13/19 Galway, IR, Roisin Duph
GERMANY, AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND | BROTHER DEGE & THE BROTHERHOOD
10/25/19 Syke, Germany, Hall Of The Kreissparkasse
10/26/19 Duvier, Germany, Bauernstube Bluesnight
10/29/19 Berlin, Germany, Boiler House
10/30/19 Hamburg, Germany Downtown Blues Club
10/31/19 Templin, Germany, Multicultural Center
11/1/19 Torgau, Germany, Cultural Bastion
11/2/19 Trostburg, Germany, Postsaal
11/3/19 Ohrdruf, Germany, Living room concert
11/5/19 Weil am Rhein, Boiler House
11/6/19 B - St. Vith - Kuz, Germany, Kuz
11/7/19 Unna, Germany, Linden Brewery
11/8/19 Salzgitter, Germany, Kniestadt Church
11/9/19 Storkow, Germany, Palas Of Storkow Castle
11/12/19 Berchtesgaden, Cuckoo's Nest
11/13/19 Bad Aibling - Kurhaus
11/14/19 Biberach / Riss - Culture Hall Abdera
11/15/19 Geislingen / Steige, Germany, Rätsche
11/16/19 Garching, Germany, Town House, Bluesnight
11/17/19 AUSTRIA: Schwaz, Hermitage
11/19/19 Fürth, Germany, Culture Forum
11/20/19 Langenargen, Germany, Münzhaus
11/21/19 CH-Aarau - KIFF (Support: The Two)
11/22/19 Nagold, Germany, Old Seminar Gym
11/23/19 Brackenheim, Germany, Chapel in The Castle
11/26/19 FR, Saint Etienne, Disorder
11/27/19 FR, Besançon, Bar de L'u
11/28/19 FR, Valence, Le Sallon de Jean-Louis
11/29/19 FR, Paris. La Boule noire
11/30/19 FR, Nantes, La Scène Michelet
12/01/19 FR, Angers, Le Jokers Pub
We had known for the most part what the cast of “The French Dispatch” would look like but now we have full confirmation and boy what a beauty it is, the film is full of Oscar winners and nominees with many actors I’m a huge fan of such as Kate, Bill, Benicio, Willem, Tulsa, my 2nd favorite actress Frances McDormand and in my opinion the best young actor working right now Timothée Chalamet as the lead.The film is being directed by Wes Anderson who’s been nominated for 7 Oscars for such films as “The Royal Tenenbaums”, “Moonrise Kingdom”, “Fantastic Mr.Fox”, “Isle of Dogs” and my personal favorite “The Grand Budapest Hotel”. He has a style of its own and that’s one of the things I love most about him, when you’re watching one of his movie you know it’s a Wes Anderson picture.
When it was first announced the film was being described as a post-World War 2 musical which honestly would of been awesome and I know Wes would of created something special. Sadly that isn’t the case as Wes has now confirmed part of the film’s plot, which is being described as “a love letter to journalism”, that brings a collection of stories published in the (fictional) titular magazine to life. So by that description it could be a semi episodic/anthology kind of film were we follow many different characters throughout the narrative dealing with life issues but not meeting. There’s no official release date for the film just that it will be arriving in 2020 and I can’t wait to see it. #BillMurray#timothéechalamet#willemdafoe#beniciodeltoro#ladybird#littlewomen#titanic#sicario#thegrandbudapesthotel#fargo#ghostbusters#fantasticmrfox#midnightinparis#thehandmaidstale#thepianist#starwars#spiderman#aquaman#theboondocksaints#callmebyyourname#casinoroyale#ingloriousbasterds#djangounchained#avengersendgame#doctorstrange#henrywinkler#thefonz
I have been promoted to true cinephile thanks to my viewing of Pulp Fiction, the greatest motion-picture of all time. No longer will I be judged by the stuck-up film experts for not reviewing this film as now I am one of them. I am a pure cinema expert. I know all and have seen all I ever need to. You all should bow down before me as I am your new cinephile master. From this point onwards I hate all superhero movies except the MCU, The Dark Knight and Watchmen. Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino are the best directors of all time and I shall not be watching any film with a Rotten Tomatoes score lower than 90% (even though they’re lying scum being paid by Disney).
But in all seriousness, Pulp Fiction is pretty good. It lives up to its hype and deserves its spot in many ‘greatest films ever made’ lists. Pulp Fiction is refreshing to watch. There is no straightforward story with straight forward characters that are forcibly thrust upon you through manipulating scores and dialogue, but rather a mix of three slightly connected stories told in another nonlinear structure with a bunch of realistic characters being themselves built up through neutral dialogue that allows viewers to like or dislike them as they please. The same is with the cinematography. Tarantino fills the film with long static takes that allow audiences to absorb everything going on in the image and focus on what they want to see, from the perfect mise-en-scene like the detailed locations or stylish costumes, but also the quiet yet raw emotions of the characters. Something I’ve noticed Tarantino is brilliant at is making real-life locations look neutral enough to feel like real-life but also have a very unique stylish twist to them, so every shot feels special.
The dialogue is, as we all know by now, pretty next level. They don’t call him the King of Dialogue for nothing, because oh fucking man it is so fucking good. The characters themselves rarely do anything. Sometimes there’s some shooting, but apart from all looking hella cool, there’s nothing overtly special about any of them… Well, not until the sweet dialogue comes in. (continued->)
Django Unchained / Zincirsiz
Zincirsiz, Quentin Tarantino'nun yazdığı ve yönettiği 2012 yapımı western film. Başrollerinde Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington ve Samuel L. Jackson
IMDb : 8.4
Tür : Dram,Western
•2 Oscar Ödülü