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Doom might not have made much at the box office, but it’s been instrumental in setting Urban on the path of action hero that has led to our beloved Dredd and now the rather fine Almost Human.
“Twig” Alas, poor Marcus Nispel hasn’t had much love for his directorial output to date.
Urban finds himself playing a more light-hearted character than usual, taking on the role of chain smoking comedy wise ass, Munder, though such is the archetype that you can almost smell the death surrounding his fate as soon as he opens his mouth.
Still, where Ghost Ship deserves real credit is in its novel structuring – all the characters are likeable, no one actually deserves to die and time is spent building up their characters, rather than resorting to the ‘two lines and dead’ template.
Or getting to see the criminally underused Rosamund Pike having to keep a straight face through such lines as “Does it ever bother you, you could've spent your life looking in a microscope instead of a sniper scope?
” Or the love-hate moment when the film goes fully bonkers and gives us the first-person perspective shoot-out?
Supremacy’s power comes from the core emotion driving the plot, which sees Bourne out on a mission of revenge after his beloved is mistakenly killed by Karl’s villainous assassin, Kirill.
I’ve never quite understood why people were so opposed to seeing Riddick thrown into a galactic conflict, rather than restricting him to fighting monsters in the dark, as there’s plenty of invention and nastiness in Chronicles without having to fall back on horror clichés.Sea-based screams were also a common theme for many of them, with the gloriously knowing Deep Rising (Treat Williams, Famke Janssen, Kevin J O'Connor and Jason Flemyng to name a few), Deep Blue Sea (Thomas Jane, Saffron Burrows, Samuel L Jackson and LL Cool J) and Virus (Jamie Lee Curtis, William Baldwin, Joanna Pacula and Donald Sutherland).Ghost Ship was no exception, with its entire crew of protagonists played by superb actors including Gabriel Byrne, Julianna Margulies, Isaiah Washington, Ron Eldard and turns from the (then) much younger Emily Browning and Desmond Harrington.There’s a real sense of invention and wit to the whole film, so if you still haven’t had the pleasure it’s great fun, and of course, there’s that opening sequence, which is quite simply one of the greatest starts to a horror film ever.More’s the pity that director Steve Beck hasn’t helmed anything since. It has forsaken these lands.” The Lord Of The Rings trilogy is now without doubt one of the greatest and most loved cinematic trilogies ever made, but one of its finest attributes was the prominence it gave to a multitude of previously unknown actors.