With 10 Cloverfield Name and now Prey under his belt, Trachtenberg has built himself a promising resumé that will certainly blossom into its full potential in the near future. While Prey does have its shortcomings as Trachtenberg isn't capable at building an fully palpable and breathable atmosphere just yet, he's certainly knows how to create tension and directing actors to create a meaningful character driven narrative. Prey is the most grounded Predator movie yet; with gripping performances, alluring cinematography and stunning set pieces. It is the best Predator movie yet (bear in mind, I've only seen two others(
This was honestly a pain to get through. There were certainly moments of graceful elegance that I enjoyed but often Sorrentino forgoes these elements for cheap, vulgar humour and obscenely misogynistic undertones. I understand this film is his most personal yet, but if this is really the case, then I sincerely doubt I will like the rest of his filmography. And maybe this is just me, but if you're inspired by a pretentious director because he has the balls to…
It's really no wonder that this is considered the best Star Wars film. When I think of the pure magic Star Wars creates, I think of this film. Every scene is on point in terms of delivering pure exhilarating entertainment, and sometimes that's all you need in film! Next up, Return of the Jedi!