Update: We have a group chat room at Sickam: 3) Read our previous articles on Captain America and Iron Man, and comment on them in this post!
This map was posted by Libyan anti-Gaddafi Protesters to show the free city versus Gaddafi-controlled city situation (as of yesterday) in Libya.
The summer’s first big blockbuster is here, and by most accounts, it’s a good one: That’s right.
After two different Hulk actors, one mediocre Thor movie, and countless Samuel L.
has a presence in a cities around the world, but our first Movie Night will take place in Greater Boston (technically Cambridge), with Fenzel, Sheely and TFT Podcaster Cognac, plus possible other special guests.
2) Hangout online and talk about the movie with us!Set among elite high-school seniors involved in an escalating hate war, pic reps an impressive debut by Aussie scripter-helmer Ben C. World preemed in the Sydney fest competition, where it earned an honorable mention, this visually polished, very well-acted item has strong fest legs and offshore niche claims. Bound to draw comparisons with Gus Van Sant’s “Elephant,” Lucas’ script delves much deeper into the process by which tormented youngsters can turn to rage.Though the social strata here are very different, the tone of “Wasted” more closely recalls Tim Hunter’s “River’s Edge” (1986), about a teen group’s disturbing reactions to a murder committed by one of its own.Debutant Russell is chilling as ringleader Zack, whose ruthless manipulation of lieutenants and cold-blooded threats invoke the aura of a young Patrick Bateman from “American Psycho.” Clemens expertly essays her complex victim, and flame-haired Patrick Cullen is a vibrant addition as Darren’s loyal buddy, Shay.Although the denouement can’t quite sustain the almost hypnotic air of malevolence preceding it, Lucas’ vividly drawn characters and inventive storytelling are worthy of high praise. Silky smooth camera movement and striking, color-desaturated compositions are perfectly complemented by a searing electronic score with punchy side shots of bass ‘n’ drum. Wasted on the Young Australia Production: A Screen West and Lotterywest presentation of a WBMC production in association with Jav FFA, Screen Australia. Crew: Camera (color, Panavision widescreen, HD-to-35mm), Dan Freene; editor, Leanne Cole; music, the Transients; production designer, Sam Hobbs; art director, Sue Italiano; costume designer, Noel Howell; sound (Dolby Digital), Doron Kipen; visual effects supervisor, Nathan Stone; assistant director, Brendan Campbell; second unit director, Stone; second unit camera, David Le May; casting, Greg Apps.