The Best Film To Have Come Out of 2010, I Adore This Grand Epic of A Movie, Its Just A Cult Classic
We follow them on their mission while they perform guerrilla warfare and take out each of our posts one by one. So we lead on too meet a young women left to her own accord cast out as a witch, but living a lonely but peaceful enough life, whom the soldiers take solitude in, while the Picts armada are hunting one of the men, after a small scheme backfired as one of the Roman men killed the leader of the Picts son.
Throughout you are engaged, whether it's the sumptuously wittily written script to the landscaped beauty of the Scotland highlands, or to the blood guts and gore, to the mastery of it all, how a film with a low low budget of 10 million turns out to be one of the best, and in my opinion the finest film to have come out of 2010. With everything you can love, to the great cinematography perfected by Sam McCurdy to the deluxe swooping long shots of the land, that proves to be the best title sequence ever created, overlapped with the grand genius music of Ilan Eshkeri who has given us the scores to many vast films , Kick-Ass is one of them, one of the contributing masters of that films deranged score. The gore and guts is just fun to watch and it is impacting, gives the film edge, along with the acting, straight faced serious, as much as the fighting and challenging the film is, they are always on goal, giving it all they got. It's got twists and turns, even though it's a short film its graphically good looking, an epic in scale on a low budget that proves to be more engaging than any other damned Michael bay film or even in comparison LORD OF THE RINGS, this has a drive of true realism, and based around true history, and yes it is a myth, but a grand myth that fits around the question to what happened to the Ninth Legion, and this tops it.
This film is a Cult Classic, getting half its budget through earnings at the box office. A film that you will sure pick up in the DVD shop nearby look at it, think to yourself shrug watch it and adore it, with its glorious look, feel, vibe, and tone, and pacing. I adore this film with a passion, it highlights a film, it has a range of fans, from Neil Marshall to historians, many will love this, and that's what makes it a cult, it earned nil, but earned grace and love for it, and its filmmakers who worked their arses off, and i think my cinema are ignorant to not show this in cinemas, every cinema is.
OVERALL A GREAT WHOPPING CULT CLASSIC