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Hello there! I'm [livejournal.com profile] becky_monster and you are an awesome person as you are (I hope!) going to be writing for me as part of the 2015 round of [livejournal.com profile] yuletide.

Before I get onto the nitty gritty of requests etc, I just want to say one thing. Ahem...

All I ask is that you have fun writing your story. If you had fun, then it will show and I will love it. That's a promise. As much as I love getting fic written in fandoms that I love, for Yuletide, I love the creation aspect just as much as getting more fic to read. If that's the same for you - we're going to be aokay.

If you are here because you're a pinch-hitting superstar or something I've said urged you into writing a treat then - you are utterly AWESOME and I hope that you gets lots of kudos for that.

Now I've said that - I've asked for:

Sunshine (2007)

The Matrix (Movies)

Solar System (Anthropomorphic) and

Some Like It Hot (1959)

Before I get into the business of why I love each of my nominations, a word from our sponsors regarding things I like and Do Not Like. I'll start with the Do Not Like list - it's shorter.

Do Not Like - Character death, kink, humiliation, partner betrayal, character bashing (especially women characters) porn minus plot, dark themes. Fluffy monster is so *fluffy* you're gonna die (Despicable Me quote ftw!)

Now for the Likes list - Plot, character-led stories, friendships, alternative realities where one thing changes, different povs, hugs/cuddling, women characters being awesome and competent, teams equaling families, happy(ish) endings, conversations, films, kisses, laughter, humour, science, Space, exploration, nerdiness, teamwork, adventures, slice of life, dancing, joy, life...

I would say to have a look around my LJ but it's been one of *those* years when I have been anywhere but here. Even so, still have a nosey - I ain't changed that much;) also the following might be helpful:

AO3 - Beckymonster

Twitter - becky_monster

Tumblr - Movie-Watching-Monster (mainly because somebody beat me to 'Beckymonster' or variants of;))

So on with the show!

The Matrix (movies)
Characters - Trinity, Morpheus, The Oracle, Neo/Thomas Anderson
I utterly adore this film and (unpopular opinion ahoy!) love the sequels too. As the character list chosen reflects the first film, please feel free to concentrate on that, oh most awesome writer, if that's your heart's desire. If you'd like to bring in the sequels too - go right ahead! I won't say no;)

I've loved this movie since I first saw it in 1999 - I saw it again at the cinema last year (2014) and it still is utterly wonderful. I adore the Wachowskis (although I haven't had a chance to watch Sense8 yet), and love their way of looking at things.

Okay - ideas! Is now a good time to note that Trinity is one of my all-time favourite lady characters ever? Yes? Good! So long as Trinity is front and centre, I'm good;)

Ideas for considering - what if Trinity was 'The One' instead of Neo? How would have the film played out instead? Meetings between her and the Oracle (who was always awesome, in either body) perhaps? Her relationship with Morpheus - she tells Neo (towards the end of the first film) that he means more to her than he does to Neo, I've always seen this as non-romantic but there are ties that bind these two. What was her life like while she was still plugged into the Matrix?
What was her training like with Morpheus once she was freed?

Or conversely - throw all of that out of a window and go with some world building. Why did the Machines choose the end of the 20th Century? Do something with the idea of 'residual self image'...

In short - as Morpheus would say 'free your mind'!


Sunshine (2007)
Characters - Robert Capa, Corazon, Cassie, Mace
This is my perenial request - I ask for it now for two reasons. One - I'm too bloody minded to give up. Two - I live in hope that this might be *the* year I finally get fic about this wonderful film!

So - I would lovelovelove to see Corazon and Cassie being awesome and good friends as well as having a Bechdel Test passing conversation. There were at least two opportunities where this could have happened but didn’t.

I also adore Capa and Mace – we shall not discuss the crush the size of a small *moon* that I have on Cillian Murphy, nor that I’ll quite happily watch Chris Evans in nearly *anything* and have done. Ditto Michelle Yeoh, who I have loved since she wiped the floor with the bad guys back in Tomorrow Never Dies.

Other ideas - How do they deal with things like touch hunger and lonliness and being a long way from home? What are their coping mechanisms?

Or give me a what if - what if they hadn't found the Icarus I - completed their mission and returned home. They've saved the solar system - now what? How do they adjust to real life and to the fact that they're (regarded by everybody else as) heroes?
If you'd like to draw correlations between these guys and the astronauts of the Apollo missions, knock yourself out. I'm a bit of space nerd, so it would be quite wonderful to read.

As I have already stated - I love this little film and would love to read all the fix-its and 'happy-ish endings' for Icarus II's crew.

Or again - if you want to go off on a real tanget - what if the Icarus II was sentient?


Solar System (Anthropomorphic)
Characters - Earth, Pluto, New Horizons, Charon

Cards on the table - this is one of those fandoms that I always looked at in the tags list and would go 'Really?!' before thinking that it would be both awesome to write and read crack of the highest order about the little system we call home. This is my first year of asking for fic for this fandom as the New Horizons mission and it's results are just too good to pass up...

Poor Pluto - how must it feel to be 'kicked' out of the 'family' by that SOB Earth... only for Earth to send New Horizons out to see it as it did this year. How does Pluto feel about this?

And what about the names Earth has given it? It gets all the doom and gloom (mostly) while Charon gets the nerdy ones (see - io9 - We're Actively Creating the Geekiest World in the Universe) - what's their opinions on this?

Honestly, that two of the greatest lady characters in Film SF (Princess Leia and Ellen Ripley) are being used to (possibly) name parts of Charon is one of the best things I've heard all year.

In short - go nuts;) Be as mad as you like here. It's the one fandom that practically begs for it!


Some Like It Hot (1959)
Characters - Osgood Fielding III, Jerry 'Daphne'

Let me preface by saying that this film is one of my all time favourite films EVAR! It's up there with Star Wars, Beauty and The Beast ('91), Casablanca, Raiders of the Lost Ark, etc. as being one of my knock 'em down favourites. So, whatever you do is good.

Needless to say, that last line is one of the best (if not the best) closing lines in film.

And yet... what happens next? What happens to Osgood and Jerry/Daphne? Do they go they try to make something of what they had? After all, they seemed to be having a fine ol' time on their date - so there is a spark. So what do they do with it? If they do make something of it - how does it pan out? I'd like to think that they'd make it but what do I know?

Also - if you want to talk more about that date - please feel free. Dancing is always a good thing in my book. Go - have fun with this one.


And there you have it! The main thing to keep in mind, dear yuletide writer, is have fun and enjoy crafting your story. Whatever it is, I'm sure I'm going to have fun reading it!
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So, if like me, you want to watch it a thousand times, you can. If you tear up at that moment at 1:57, like I did...



Roll on 18/12! I'll bring the tea, you bring the awesome!
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Yes, I'm doing [livejournal.com profile] mini_nanowrimo again. Still 100 words a day - mainly because on some days (like yesterday!) getting over that magical triple figure goal is an achievement in itself!

Still, I'm over 1,000 words for the month so far, so that registers as a win!

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There have been movies watched. I want to discuss one of them but as it doesn't open until this weekend in the US, I shall keep stumn. If you can work out what I mean and want to discuss it already - drop me a line.

And I will talk about the films I saw at the London Film Festival at some point!

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So, that's me - how are you guys?

*Flail*

Oct. 24th, 2013 07:36 pm
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer.

Not only that, but also...

Vine snippet of X-Men: Days of Future Past over which there has already been wank *facepalm

If you were to ask me which one I'm more excited about... it would have to be the mutants BUT the Captain is giving them a good run for their money.

All together now... IS IT SPRING YET?! HOW ABOUT NOW?!
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It feels like it's years since it's been here (283 words) by Beckymonster
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Pacific Rim (2013)
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Characters: Mako Mori, Stacker Pentecost
Additional Tags: Introspection, Music, Unconventional Families, Post-Canon, Canon Character of Color, Canonical Character Death
Summary:

Even over the din of Scramble Alley, Mako could hear the music.



As ever, feedback is loved, adored and generally called 'George';)
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To: The Universe

Subject: Closing the Loop

Dear Universe, as much as I love being out and about and being social and stuff... Can I please have a couple of days to re-charge my batteries and generally tie stuff up in a neat bow? I'm not asking for much - just a day or two at work where there are no demands on my time, bar finishing off projects that are nearly complete bar a few details.

Ditto, my personal life. Being social with family and friends has been awesome as has the London Film Fesitval, but I'd like a day to spend in a local cinema just catching up on movies before [livejournal.com profile] mini_nanowrimo eats my life;)

If you can do that I'd be most grateful.

Lots of love,

Your mate,

Beckymonster

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Future attractions:

[livejournal.com profile] yuletide - I can has an assignment?! YES I CAN!
I always try to do something I've never tried before when it comes to this challenge and this year, it could very well be a doozy. I have to check both my recipient's letter and the canon to see if it's a goer but... I am hopeful and pleased with progress so far.

[livejournal.com profile] pacrimbigbang - well, the good news is, I have a first draft in the can. The bad news is that due to circumstances, I've decided to drop out. Which makes me feel like a heel but I have to be sensible about these things (which is a lot harder than it sounds...) and to put my sanity before 16,000 words of Hot!Dads pron. That's not to say that it won't be finished, it will, it's just it will be at my pace, not someone else's.

London Film Fesitval - yes, I have been watching ALL THE FILMS, so I shall be reporting back. So far, (I have one more to go) I've not seen anything that I would consider a waste of my time, which is good. I have seen a top five film of the year, one that will destroy Tumblr and two that were worth the hassle.
More details to follow.

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So, that's me - how are you guys?
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Guillermero Del Toro directs the opening titles for this year's 'Treehouse of Horror' episode for The Simpsons and it's a nerd's delight

I lasted all of three seconds before I was squeeing over some of the references in this ('top left corner of the Springfield panorama' is all I'm saying on the matter!) but others are just sublime - Chief Wiggum and Mr Burns especially.

If you're not quite sure you saw what you think you saw... let Empire give you a hand

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In other news - the first cold of the year is early. I'd normally expect it in about a week's time but no... it's here now. Bah. I have things to do! Students to teach! Films to watch! Rangers to get laid!... so yeah - same stuff, different year!
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I keep meaning to post on a regular basis but... as with everything else, Real Life laughs hysterically at such plans. However as it's the Father Unit's birthday, there is cake, so there is a sort of balance.

- Work - is a disaster of epic proportions. And that's all I have to say on the matter right now. Just don't 'kaythanxbai.

- Writing - [livejournal.com profile] yuletide! I've nominated Sunshine (2007), John Carter (2012), Alien (1979) and The Wolverine (2013) for this year. I'm not quite sure if I'm going to ask for all of them but it really depends on whether they're all accepted or not.

- [livejournal.com profile] pacrimbigbang - is nearly at 6k! No, I don't learn but it is *only* 10k after all. Believe that, I have a bridge to sell you...

- I don't have a title and boy am I glad that this is only the first draft because I am going to need to REDRAFT ALL THE THINGS before too long.

- Also t's so far in 'not-just-a-river-in-Eygpt' territory that it's scary but hey!I get to imagine this guy naked so... yup!

- I'm seeing four films at the London Film Festival this year. I would have made it six but there was an almighty bugger up with the system, so four it is. Twelve Years A Slave, Jorodosky's Dune, The Congress and Locke. Which is not a bad haul at all.

- The BFI have announced the line up for their 'Gothic' Season - it only covers October and November but just after a cursory look through I was going 'I'd like to see that, I'd love to see that...' and I'm not even a horror nerd. Horror nerds I do know think Christmas has come early! I can see some strategising in my future....

- TV. As in I'm watching some! I have Orphan Black piling up on the ol' DVR and I still have Agents of SHIELD to programme in. Though I do wish that the rest of the Internet would realise that there are other countries than the US and we don't get the same programmes on the same day as everyone else. In short? SPOILER WARNINGS PEOPLE!! My flist are awesome but Twitter and the internet in general is not.

Grumble.

Anyhow - that's me - How Are You Guys?
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I've achieved nearly *everything* on my 'To Do' list for today... which doesn't usually happen! Okay, I think I might be less surprised by this if I hadn't had to face the horrors of automated phone services!

If there is a more heinous scourge on humanity than those, I've yet to meet it! Anyhow - I still have one thing I have to face them down over... It can wait until tomorrow.

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Still mulling over my choices for London Film Festival - now taking into consideration mundane things like 'logistics'. Still surprised that with a birthday, a wedding and possibly one of the busiest periods of my year all colliding with the LFF - I may (if the goddess of geeks smiles on me! the ticket sale is a bit of a bunfight!) get to see the following:
12 Years A Slave, Gravity, Jodorowsky's Dune, Only Lovers Left Alive and Locke.

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, so will keep you all posted.

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In more fannish news, I'm writing! Both 'work' stuff and 'not!work' stuff. I wish I could say more at the moment but once I have the current, talky/exposition scene in the bag, then maybe I'll say something more.

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Hope you guys are good!
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A 'I've been stomped on by a Kaiju' sort of day. I've been doing what I do for 20 years (training and working) in about three weeks and for the last 18 odd years, it's been worth all the hassle and grief. Now? I'm not so sure.

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In happier news - The line up for the London Film Festival has been announced. I've had a chance to have a good look through the line up and by my reckoning there are about 8 odd films that I want to see.

Which considering I only made two (and the surprise film) last year - this is saying a lot. Also add in these are films I can actually *attend* given that I have a hyper-busy teaching schedule, a wedding and a birthday party to attend during the 10 days that the festival is running... this feat approaches astonishing!

We shall not speak of the spreadsheet I've created to organise all of this (it exists). Now I just have to do battle with the box office to buy them all but it will be better than it was last year. As I was in the doctor's surgery being told 'Yep, you've got Brighton Beach in your gall bladder and hey! you're going to have to have surgery to remove it!'.

Good times!

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Oh and I put in my holiday card for the 'BIG' holiday I'm going on next year. It may have been a day to forget but there have been some silver linings. Not many but one or two.
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Add 'best hotels in Hong Kong' to the list of 'Things I Have Researched'. If you ever need this tidbit - The Peninsula Hotel is the way to go.

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And now for a Random Memo.

To: My Muse
From: Me

Can we please STOP re-writing the beginning of this big bang story?! I know it lays the foundations for the rest of the tale. And yes, I think I have the ending in mind but let's get on with the good stuff in the middle?!

Lots of love

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Shenanigans are going on at work. Exacerbated by the fact that yes, it's the beginning of a new academic year; which means that I have another tour or two to do before I get my spiel down to pat. It's amazing what you forget if you don't have to do it for a couple of weeks...

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Tomorrow sees the announcement of the line up for this year's London Film Festival.

So prepare for waffle on films I'd like to go see. Grumbling because I can't go see most of them (I have a wedding and a birthday party to attend on the Saturdays of the fest) and let's not forget the costs involved too.

Woe betied if I hear any 'critic' complain about their lot.... Short version - press accreditation now costs £36 - which may buy you two tickets to a West End screening - three if you're out on Southbank. Also if said critics want to catch the press screenings of all the films - they have to use a public cinema, namely Cineworld Shaftesbury Ave - which is not the most 'glamorous' cinema in London. To say that one is 'unimpressed' is an understatement!

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Hoping for a better day tomorrow. It is a good hope.
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Does anyone know where I can find an Aussie-picker? Add this to the list entitled 'Things I Have Researched For Fic'.

I know I should make life easIER on myself by using the canon British Character as the main voice but... there you go.

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In related news... Casting has been announced for the Fifty Shades of Grey movie.
Call me utterly *crazy* but given the 'quality' of some of the names that this project is attracting - this might be okay. I'll explain my reasoning...

From what I've read of the book (I didn't get far at all - the whole 'inner goddess' schtick got very old, very fast!) it needs the same thing that Tolkien needed (and I can hear [livejournal.com profile] torn_eledhwen and [livejournal.com profile] celandineb sputtering all the way over here;)) - a damn good editor who's prepared to fillet out the crud and keep the good stuff.

Tolkien had that in Jackson, Boyens and Walsh for the trilogy. The Prestige is only half the book that Christopher Priest wrote and it's (arguably) one of Christopher Nolan's finest films. So - I'm a *very* long way off of 'cautiously optimistic' but I'm not writing it off yet.

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For those of you who may have missed this - some of the 'new' rules for Yuletide' have been (thankfully) scrapped. Leading to much rejoicing in the land.

FWIW - I'm thinking of nominating the following: Alien (1979), The Wolverine (2013), Sunshine (2007). There may be a 4th, but I can't think of it right now. These are my definite *wants*.

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File under 'useful to someone' - Bleeding Cool is reporting that Agents Of SHIELD will begin showing in the US on 24/9 and the UK on 27/9 - which is a Friday. How this will work out in the long run is *anyone's* guess.

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One class done - (seemingly) 500 still left to do!;)
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Yes, I'm as surprised as you are!

To help get over the shock - Signal Boost: Channel 4 (in the UK) have purchased Agents Of SHIELD. Not much is known right now but this is a Good Thing and above all... COULSON LIVES!

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Every year, London Zoo weighs it's animals - here - have photos. My favourite has to be Tammy the Anteater #TeamBringIt.

And at the other end of the spectrum - James Cameron says that it's 'inevitable' that all entertainment will be in 3D ahahahaha! no.

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Next entry into the annals of 'Things I have looked up for Fan Fic' - Bulldogs, The Aussie Air Force, advice for dogs flying on planes. Yes, they are all related.

As is this -

The Pacific Rim theme played on Chinese instruments - well worth a listen!

On the same (ish!) subject.... I should have fic to share soon! Torchwood fic! Or to be more precise *crossover*. It's written and it's gone to beta, so with luck... I might actually have (gosh, shock HORROR) proper content!

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I've downloaded the first episode of Welcome To Night Vale. Will report back when I've listened to it.

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So... how are you guys?
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Surprised kitty is surprised by two posts in three days. Can't say as I blame it;)

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I have a *thing* that needs looking over. Mainly for spelling & grammar; but if you've seen both Torchwood and Zero Dark Thirty a) congratulations on having such eclectic taste! and b) you'll get the gist!

Leave a comment etc.

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In other news, I think I should start up a list entitled 'Things I Have Researched In The Name of FanFic'.
In the last couple of days, it would include:
- The calendar for the year 2025
- The BBC World Service and how they announce the News
- Air Force One
- English Bulldogs
- Austrailian Meat Pies might also make the cut but I have that information from when I was doing research on an Inception fic from way back when. The perils of being a librarian - you remember *everything* and if you don't... you have to look it up.

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To be filed under 'Stuff that makes me spitting mad':

The (London) Guardian - 'David Miranda, schedule 7 and the danger that all reporters now face' - the basics of the story are that the partner of the Guardian journo, who broke the Snowden case, a Brazilian citizen, was held at Heathrow for nine hours, under 'terrorism' laws but not charged.

The UK has many things going for it - freedom of speech enshrined by law ain't one of them as this case shows. 'Horrified' springs to mind.

Also - LJ is borking my coding - Whiskey Tango Foxtrot! EDIT - as we say at work... there is an issue between the keyboard and the chair! ooops...

And now for 'Stuff that makes me very happy'

Which would be links to Neil Gaiman speaking about him writing another Doctor Who episode; Travis Beacham (writer of Pacific Rim) speaking about his joy at what his little creation has wrought and the comment that the film is edging over the 400 million mark regarding Box Office takings - which is a hell of a chunk of change and may signal a sequel. May please, O great goddess of geeks! Carry on.

If anyone sees any 'Hot Dads From Pacific Rim' icons, send 'em my way... Yeah, I think the 'new fandom klaxon' went off *weeks* ago and I didn't notice it... ahem!

And on that note - I shall leave y'all in peace!
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I'M STILL HERE!

That is, if anyone is actually reading my drivel... Anyhow - I'm here, I'm posting so now is as good a time as to fill in what's going on, albeit in bullet points.

- Spock passed his MOT! Okay - he had to have this windscreen wipers changed but ZOMG! he passed!! I have never had a car pass it's MOT on the first attempt in the coughtwentyoddcough years I've been driving.

- It's summer and boy howdy is the weather making up for the appalling winter the UK had in 2012/13. Being a monster who prefers temperate climes (this is what you get when you're half Irish!) I'm not doing brilliantly in any environment that does not include shade *and* air con. The worst thing? According to the weather peeps it should stay like this for another week or so. All those stereotypes about we Brits and the weather? All true! All of them!

- Movies I have seen in recent months that I have loved and would recommend to all and sundry include: Star Trek Into Darkness, Man of Steel and Pacific Rim. Pacific Rim even on first showing has now made it's way onto the 'Films-To-Show-Shinzon-When-He's-Old-Enough' list. Yes, it really is *that* awesome!

- Fannishly... the really short version is that I'm not at the moment. The longer version needs another post... Which I'll do in a moment.
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Perseus versus Medusa, (1981)

Empire's obituary for Ray Harryhausen

I think the best tribute I can give is that Mr Harryhausen's work inspired, in me, a love of cinema but astronomy and Greek mythology via Clash of The Titans but Jason and the Argonaugts too. I re-watched the latter earlier this year, while recovering from surgery, still a wonderful, entrhalling film.

Thoughts are with his family, he shall be missed but his legacy is beyond compare.
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Pacific Rim Wondercon Trailer.

If you can form a coherent sentence after watching that, congratulations! I simply flailed gleefully. Worldbuilding! History! Connection through Memory! Honking Great Big Robots! Idris Elba in dress blues! GIMME!!

I freely admit that I was jonesying for this film the moment it was announced that Guillermo Del Toro's next project was going to involve giant robots fighting monsters. Okay, the more 'highbrow' cinema going audience may sniff at such things but this cinenerd? Flailed like a loon at the first trailer.

I am fully aware that it could still fall to pieces, just like his take on the The Hobbit did but I am quietly hopeful that this is going to be everything I've hoped for and a bag of crisps.

So in conclusion - Is It July yet?!
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Random thoughts under here. Nowt too taxing )

So, they're my thoughts - what about yours?
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Full trailer for 'Man Of Steel'. As much as I love Superman Returns (and I do - a hell of a lot) I am moving from being ambivalent to being rather interested in this... that is until I remind myself that the director is Zack Snyder.

Still, glass half full and all that.

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In other news - Reason no. 564 why New Zealand is awesome - other than those involving Fantasy films and odd shaped balls:



New Zealand becomes the first Asia/Pacific country to legalise Equal Marriage.

And, yes, there is an awesome reason for the singing too
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So - yes, still here, just not posting as much as I used to - who is? but wanted to share this with y'all. Especially the USians...

Oblivion (2013) came out in the UK weekend just gone. I had read all manner of reviews beforehand, some hated it, others thought it was good and so on. Folks whose opinions run closest to mine thought it was excellent... which was heartening.

Especially as they were right! The movie is directed and written by Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy) and yes, it shares the gorgeous aesthetics of that film. Truly, your eyeballs are going to love this! And your ears too - the soundtrack by M83 is a thing of beauty.

There has been a lot of talk in the reviews as to the film using ideas that have appeared in other Sci-Fi films. I won't go into details but if you've made up your mind to go see - try not to read the reviews lest the surprises are spoiled for you. The thing is, even the films that Oblivion has riffed on, have taken ideas from others - there are no new ideas in SF. Just recycled ones either done badly or well.

With Oblivion, I thought they were done well - and for the 2nd time this year, I want to see a new release again at the cinema. (The first one was the wonderful Trance). Which from me is high praise indeed. That and I think I may either ask for or proffer this as a fandom for [livejournal.com profile] yuletide this year.

Did I mention it passes (in my understanding anyhow) the Bechdel Test - more than once?!

Yes, it's that good. So, go, see, on the best screen possible!

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In other news, reading the following today made me incredibly *happy* Now Filming: 'X-Men: Days of Future Past', directed by Bryan Singer and 'Jupiter Ascending' directed by the Wachowskis

So, that's me - how are you guys?

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