Just watched Patema Inverted with the wife again–only this time had some family over. Call it a cheesy Christmas stocking gift for the wife, but we absolutely love this film.
I’ll be up front: the latest title for Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales, was a great title to return to the Caribbean franchise. I was skeptical of many things, but found myself swept back into the franchise on a worthy journey indeed.
And that first meeting of Salazar was probably the coolest introduction to an antagonist I have seen in a long time. Like, wow–awesome.
Where to begin? The book is choppy, poorly edited, deep in atmosphere, rich in setting, and often overly complex in progression. It’s something else to read such elaborately worded scenes telling one what is occurring without saying it, but its also at moments breathtaking with description.
Long awaited has it been for this film to be released on DVD. I wished so dearly to have seen in opening week but yikes is it difficult to go to the movies with a new born.
That being said, I bought it regardless of not seeing yet simply under the gut-assumption that I would love it.
And I did.
Fauldon’s Dream and the Karier of the Task is the latest title from E. K. Enns, the same author who brought you the Grand Attraction: Parts I-IV (a review of which will be coming soon).