Such a return to form after Question of Sport.
Did Solace get that nickname? Must've missed that!
ARGH. What is with cinemas doing their absolute best to ruin the film you've just paid to watch by showing half of it in the merchandise adverts beforehand? Insanity.The cinema-going experience in the UK is so stunningly awful, it really is.
Wait, so are the ads about merchandise that are based on the film? Or is it trailers for the film that ruin it?
Both as far as i'm concerned, with big releases it's nigh on impossible to avoid some spoilers; and some people don't tend to understand how much more intriguing and exciting it is to watch a film you have never seen anything about before. i.e. I managed to avoid all the Prometheus trailers/ promos and i actually loved it, well worth the nearly 2 year wait.
I shan't say more for fear of ruining it, though I will warn you: if you've successfully avoided all trailers/coverage in the hope of not ruining the best bits, you should also take some earplugs and a blindfold for the pre-film product placement ads.
Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter: 6/10If you've seen a trailer for this film you know exactly what you'll be getting. Hell, if you read the title you know what you're getting. The concept is daft, and the film knows it, never taking itself even vaguely seriously.
Prometheus 6/10 - that '6' is entirely for the visuals and general production quality, which is some of the best I've ever seen. The daft script unfortunately mostly ruins what could have been a classic horror/sci-fi film. All my problems with the film can be boiled down to the moment when the experienced space scientists/mercs take off their helmets in an alien, hostile, mostly unknown environment. Dur.
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