20160104 – Critique Cinéma : Tomorrowland / A la Poursuite de demain


J’en profite actuellement pour rattraper mon retard de ma liste de films 2015 , voici donc Tomorrowland le film de Disney avec George Clooney que j’ai trop vu dans les salles de cinéma.

L’idée du film est basée sur la section Tomorrowland présente sur l’ensemble des parcs Disney. On retrouve Brittany Robertson que certai ns d’entre vous ont surement du voir dans la série TV Under the Dome dans le rôle de Angie. Ici elle incarne la « surdouée » Casey.

Figure au casting la grosse pointure George Clooney dans le rôle de Frank le petit génie qui a fui Tommorowland. Ne pas oublier Hugh Laurie notre fameux Doctor House dans un rôle de  psychorigide David Nix et une jeune actrice Raffey Cassidy dans le rôle d’Athena issue de ce monde de Tomorrowland.

Le scénario principale : la Jeune Casey tombe sur un badge avec un sigle T qui fait qu’elle est transportée dans un monde différent avec une avancée technologique supérieure à la notre. Afin de la guider et de mieux comprendre ce qui lui arrive son chemin va croiser celui d’Athena mais surtout celui de Frank (George Clooney) qui va l’aider à visiter ce monde qu’elle visite de manière aléatoire et incontrôlée.

Voila le grand pitch du film , je ne vais pas aller trop loin sur le sujet je n’ai pas accroché , cela m’a semblé creux, je comprends que le film ne soit pas resté longtemps à l’affiche, le monde merveilleux de Disney n’a pas réussi son coup la, il manque quelque chose de grandeur et d’aventure qui ne capture pas l’attention du public.


Ma note finale  : 5 / 10 pour la prestation des  acteurs





20160104 – News : Les dix personnalités qu’on aimerait moins entendre en 2016

Depuis deux ans, l’édition du soir s’amuse à sélectionner des personnalités qu’on aimerait, pour diverses raisons, entendre un peu moins au cours des 12 mois à

Source : Les dix personnalités qu’on aimerait moins entendre en 2016

20160104 – Star Wars The Force Awakens: Maz Kanata, Supreme Leader Snoke seen in exclusive photos | EW.com

Source : Star Wars The Force Awakens: Maz Kanata, Supreme Leader Snoke seen in exclusive photos | EW.com

20160104 – When Will Next Five Star Wars Movies Be Released? | Comicbook.com


Star Wars: The Force Awakens is on the way to breaking box office records, but it’s got something […]

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (December 16, 2016) will take us to a time before Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi first met on Tattoine, giving a behind-the-scenes look at how Princess Leia, R2-D2 and company came to possess the Death Star plans. Described as a « heist » movie, it will be directed by Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards and star Felicity Jones, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, Forest Whitaker and more.

Star Wars Episode VIII (May 26, 2017) will continue the story of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Rey, Finn and company as they battle the First Order, comprised of the remnants of the shattered Empire and led by Supreme Leader Snoke with a little help from Kylo Ren. The film is as-yet-untitled, although that may change soon as Rian Johnson is expected to begin principal photography this month.

Star Wars Anthology: Han Solo (May 25, 2018) is the as-yet-untitled solo film set to explore the backstory of everyone’s favorite scoundrel and smuggler. Since the Star Wars Expanded Universe has been rendered non-canonical with the Disney acquisition of Lucasfilm, this will be the first « official » glimpse into the character’s backstory in the newly-reworked timeline. Directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, Han Solo will reportedly be the final Star Wars movie written by The Empire Strikes Back and The Force Awakens‘ Lawrence Kasdan.

Star Wars Episode IX (2019) will be directed by Colin Trevorrow from a script by Rian Johnson. The film will likely close out the story of the battle with Kylo Ren and Snoke, as the earliest comments from Disney were that they were planning a new Star Wars trilogy. Whichever members of the The Force Awakens cast are still alive (their characters, not the actors, although presumably that too) will return for the film.

Star Wars Anthology: Boba Fett (2020) is still not officially confirmed, and no creatives are officially on board, although there have been rumors for a while that the bounty hunter would have his own film. This one would also, plausibly, allow them to tie into Han Solo and/or Rogue One, creating a second, distinct timeline of Star Wars movies being released at the same time as the Episode films — although that’s pure speculation and has not been confirmed or even rumored up to now.

The plan, as far as anyone knows, is to continue releasing Star Wars films once a year, with the years alternating between stories that do and do not (because there is no try) feature the Skywalker clan.

Source : When Will Next Five Star Wars Movies Be Released? | Comicbook.com

20160104 – Sherlock: The Abominable Bride Draws 8.4 Million Viewers | Comicbook.com

The Sherlock special that aired yesterday topped ratings in the UK with 8.4 million viewers, […]

The Sherlock special that aired yesterday topped ratings in the UK with 8.4 million viewers, Deadline reports.

After a hiatus, Sherlock returned to UK television last night with the one-off Sherlock: The Abominable Bride, which was set in the Victorian era rather than the modern twist that differentiates Sherlock from most previous Holmes adaptations.

The episode was the first installment of Sherlock to air on the same day in the United States, although PBS hasn’t yet released numbers for the American ratings.

The special also got a limited theatrical release in the UK which will expand to selected theaters worldwide soon.

Sherlock is one of the BBC’s biggest hits internationally, with millions of viewers in the U.S., China and other global markets.

Source : Sherlock: The Abominable Bride Draws 8.4 Million Viewers | Comicbook.com

20160104 – Remembering JRR Tolkien On His Birthday | Comicbook.com

Avec un jour de retard / one day late but still sharing this :

JRR Tolkien was born on January 3, 1892. In his 81-years roaming the planet, he would conjure […]

JRR Tolkien was born on January 3, 1892. In his 81-years roaming the planet, he would conjure up some of the most iconic stories which are still acclaimed and respected today.

The English author, poet, and professor created The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings franchises with his pen. He has been ranked by The Times, a London newspaper, as one of the fifty greatest English authors since 1945 and is widely considered the father of the fantasy genre. His imagination would not be denied.

Tolkien began reading at the age of four. In 1915, he graduated from Exeter College, Oxford, with honors. He would go on to serve in the British Army during World War I and later accept professorship in Anglo-Saxon literature at Pembroke College, Oxford.

Happy birthday to the late, great JRR Tolkien.

Source : Remembering JRR Tolkien On His Birthday | Comicbook.com