Hiddleston’s shirt was so small it barely passed the PG13 rating
After abt 100+ mins of sad people + painful mediocrity you get abt 5+ mins of the scene everyone actually paid money to see, and it did not disappoint
Basically Transformers + 300 if everything were giants = too.much.theatrics. Very self-indulgent; couldn’t let a minute pass without some kind of exhausting closeup/slo-mo. Kept screaming in your face through entire runtime yet left you feeling nothing, caring for nothing; not even Giant Things Punching the Shit Out of Each Other.
Watch if: you think 2014’s Godzilla was a snoozefest/you consider good storytelling a bane on mankind
Don’t watch if: you care about characters and continuity to a certain degree
People say they love behind the scenes videos to show how movies are made… well this is how a lot of the sounds you barely notice (but couldn’t live without) are created. Gary Hecker (Django Unchained, Hancock, 300), Dawn Lunsford (Whiplash, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Transformers: Age of Extinction) and Alicia Stevenson (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, X-Men, Transformers: Age of Extinction) take viewers through the process of what they do as Foley Artists for film.
Transforming a 300 year old paper Mill with over 1000 years of history within a Conservation Area and Site of Special Scientific Interest took patience, dedication. Working with Heatherwick Studio, Bombay Sapphire sympathetically renovated Laverstoke Mill into a state-of-the-art sustainable distillery that showcases the natural beauty and industrial heritage of the site.