Friday, April 25, 2014

Tarzan 3D Animation motion capture Hollywood English film Movie review, Johnson Thomas, Rating: *  *  * 
Tarzan (/3D/Animation English):Rating: *  *  * This motion capture animation adventure focusing on the Greystoke heir’s initial years in the jungle is terrific on technique and completely satisfying in engagement.

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English Film review
Johnson Thomas
Interesting origin story
Film: Tarzan 3D             
Cast: Kellan Lutz, Jo Osmond
Director: Reinhard Kloos
Rating: *  *   *

A return back to the origin story, albeit a slightly updated one,  of how the Greystoke heir crashlands in the jungle, is brought up by guerillas and then meets-up with Jane whose father is the key to the limitless meteorite powered energy source coveted by present CEO Clayton who would rather see Tarzan dead than have him usurp his well-entrenched authority over the giant Greystoke corporation. 


Instead of the shipwreck, we have a helicopter crash this time. The young Greystoke here is not shown as a newborn- and he is talking when the crash happens. So , conbenientluy, when he meets Jane, he just has to recollect the words from his past. Not too much trouble with that. This film  is certainly a more grown-ups version than a kiddie flick. There are no talking animals; there are people dying  and there’s a lot of random evil happening thanks to Clayton and his nefarious ambitions.  The mood is also quite somber and dramatic. The story may not be well-developed or completely satisfying seeing as it leaves you mid-way in preparation for a potential sequel. The effects though, especially the 3D motion capture animation is so very life like that you might just mistake this for a live-action animation flick. The depth and backdrops are amazingly rendered. It’s an all-round enveloping ride worth the multiplex visit.


   

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