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Skyline is made by the same guys who did Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem. 'Nuff said. Do yourself a favor and go watch Monsters ...
instead, you knuckleheads.
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Hi! This is Mike from the Substream and this is the special love connection, move in here and love connection edition of Watch this Instead to the week ending of the duce of November that’s the 12th of November and the language of love which is also known as French. It’s cold outside who want better way to warm up with the lemon squeezer of that babe or dude babe that you have in your movie ion. But it’s hard out there for movie and to make a love connection, I know, I know we’re not the most swab’s people and love is not easy for us, we love movies too much so that’s why you need the movie and Love Doctor and that’s me to diagnose your condition which is condition means love and prescribe the medicine and the medicine is you do what I tell you to do and you will get loving. So the Brother Strause they’re really town in effects guys, they did the effects of a bunch of movies so I can let the professor in some scenes from Titanic and Volcano. And then they directing and made a bunch of music videos for bands like a Perfect Circle and Disturbed and Stain and Nickleback and then they made one of the worst genre movies of all time in Alien vs. Predator and there newest release Skyline opens today and the surprising thing is that it really stinks. Which the guys is nice to have it all, they did this thing the Brother Strause where they spend a little bit of money like 50k of shooting the movie itself inside there condo with actors like Donald Faison from Scrubs and what they went to them afterward is spent 10 million bucks doing a bunch of digital effects that they added into this $50,000 movie that they shot. And it looks unfortunately like a movie that they shot from the $2000 instead of condo and then added the $10 million worth of special effects tube. Especial thanks are great they’re really talented effects guys and says that everything else like the performances and the script and the story and the lighting and the camera work and they set that inside of the condo and the fact we’re inside of the condo for that long and editing a performance that’s the problem. Where they paid 50K for tomorrow because you could buy a really nice Honda at that much so if you have any taste at all if your alive and have eyes and a brain that works don’t go see because you won’t enjoy it even if you think oh this is ragging on it they don’t understand it’s going to be fun effect to be movie, it’s not, it’s not a good effect to the movie. It’s terribly made, it’s really bad, it’s worst that somebody people went and saw ABP 2 that they made $150 million and this is terrible and every know that is terrible but everybody win anyway because that all is going to be a good movie. Don’t let that happen with the Skyline. The crew that that you usually hangout with on the weekend your chuckle head, butt head, knuckle head friends and kids don’t found anymore. Facebook that super cute movie nerd sweetie for man sweetie and tweet them to go to a movie with you somebody instead of Skyline, one of my favorite movies of the year Gareth Edwards Monster, it’s like Skyline is made by a special effects genius who took s various amount of money when shot a bunch of footage and then composite in monster later except monsters by Gareth Edwards is made by somebody to actually cares about everything in the movie that’s not the monster you know that probe bit that it just attached to the ataxia that’s the thing that’s not the effects that is like performance and authenticity of place and story and plot and costumes in different location and stuffs. You know all of the stuffs it’s not a monster, monster is the first really romantic monsters movie. It’s not a big scary tear your flash open effects thing although there are some cool effect in it. It’s really more of just a cool laid back kind of wrap around the edges and super charming road movie the guy and the girl they’re falling in love in the zone of monsters and it’s really, really good it’s the first effects movie with monsters that you could invite a date too and not feel shame that you should be feeling if you invited the day to something like skyline because if you invite the date to skyline it won’t work. That person is on why you don’t invite in this movie. So call of the date and go to see monsters guy or girl and enjoy it and just be like this is so cool and it is really cool. Joanne and Mica maybe later, okay what time and how about 9:30, 8:45? So in 45 minutes and you want to make out to see there and then you get your attention back on the movie because it’s great.