|Myself at NYLT Thursday July 30, 2015|
My main artistic focuses are drawing, photography, and I like writing film reviews.
I am a Christian, an Eagle Scout, and a big Star Trek fan.
I prefer colder temperatures environments over the warmer environments. I prefer warm showers over cold showers.
My favorite drink is A&W Rootbeer.
My favorite food is French fries.
I collect things such as pin, pens, coins, postage stamps, and Boy Scout Council patches.
I am into movies and T.V.. I listen to soundtracks. My favorite composers consist of Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams, James Horner, John Powell, Trevor Rabin, James Newton Howard, Alan Silvestri, & Elmer Bernstein.
The Incredibles 2
It has some interesting twist I was not expecting.
I like the look of the costumes in this film how the costumes look more skinnier and metallic.
I did feel like the writing on particular lines or or the villian seemed cheesy.
I wish that less new heroes were introduced because it undermines what Syndrome did in the first film.
I like the music by Michael Giachinno
I liked the look of the city. In many ways it reminded me of the look of the Batman films.
I was not a fan of all the direct feminist comments in the film. It was just too direct and seemed unbelievable to hear these two characters talk the way they did to each other. It seemed out of character for their character and the era the film is set in.
I hated how some of the dialog was written in the Incredibles 2 in some scenes like the scene where Frozone provides exposition at the pool, it should have been more vague and sarcastic and conversation cut down more simply, rather than so direct. Also I hated some of the dialog with Elastagirl with Evelyn Deavor with the feminist statements that sounded too direct rather than use metaphors or speak more vaguely to answer the same statement.
I liked the stuff with Violet and Dash using Mr. Incredible's car.
I like the first Incredibles more because it had a stronger message and did not seem like the story was going in so many different directions with the various plots.
The first film is better in the story. It was an alright sequel. The writing for the dialog sometimes got a bit cheezy and too direct when it should have been more vague and more visual to help tell the story. Like Frozen tells them he had a contact that should have not been told out it should have been told more veagly like I have a contact interested in a job. What kind of job then had it cut. Or the dialog with Elastagirl and the costume designer was too On the nose when the dialog should have been more vague.
I thought that the third act to this film was a bit weak with the boat compared to the third act of the first Incredibles that was so impressive.
I did like the plot twist of the kids helping out the parents in the end of the film. They got rid of the glasses too quickly.
I liked the plot with Violet and Tony.
I was glad that the home story was not a minor story in the film but played a bigger part. It was almost half of the film.
I did not catch or understand till a second watching that Violet purposely left Tony at theaters was so that Violet would not have to worry about getting his memory wiped again.
I think it was a interesting twist to have all the parents mind controlled and have the kids try to rescue the parents.
The end credits action scenes. Violet running after Big Jack Jack looked cool in 3-D
Clouds in the sunset stood out more in 3-D. The airplane scene stood out more in 3-D.
This film Undermines the significance of what Syndrome did in the first film killing off all the super heroes if there was so many super heroes who still existed or were not discovered by Syndrome.
I wish that Elastagirl's motorcycle was not destroyed so quickly. It was only in one chase where as Mr. Incredible's car gets a better life span.
I wish that the back story to what happened to Mr. Incredible's super hero car was explained more before we saw it on tv to help provide better pay off when we first see it on tv since before that scene the last time that Mr. Incredible's car was seen was Mr. Incredible throwing that car at Syndrome.