yo wrote:That book was sooo ahead of its time. I read it in middle school originally. The rest of the series is good as well. I re-read it all about a year ago.
jon_winebrenner wrote:Kinda sorta related to this thread....a great geek ride through the F/X ILM did for the movie The Avengers:
jcharles00 wrote:That's going to give me nightmares about render times!
van_ID wrote:The dramatic low frequency "drone" sound used in the trailers for pretty much all Sci-Fi movies is sooooooooo overdone.
summerdan wrote:At the famous designer's design, and see more of open the book thinking, read some books are always didn't harm
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simon_four_fingers wrote:Have any of you seen Cloud Atlas? It came out in October 2012, but it is still hanging around in some theaters, I want to go see it.
sanjy009 wrote:simon_four_fingers wrote:Have any of you seen Cloud Atlas? It came out in October 2012, but it is still hanging around in some theaters, I want to go see it.
I read the book before watching, my wife didn't. She didn't get the 'connectedness' of the characters and so didn't really like it as much as I did.
I liked the book but in the movies all the actors playing different roles can be a bit jarring, especially when halfway through their story you realise that a female character is a famous male actor etc., and you get taken out of the movie suddenly. That said, the credits are great because it shows who played who, and some of them you'd never guess.