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1. I really enjoyed the movie. What I didn't like about it was the amount of information or motivation that we got for characters. As a Warcraft-lover, it wasn't a huge problem, but for an outsider, it may be. The other problem was the editing. In many scenes, I had the feeling I want to see more of it, or I want to listen to the character's conversation, then suddenly there was a cut. Maybe that was the biggest concern with the movie for me. The CGI - despite some earlier thoughts of ppl. - were stunning, Durotan, Draka, Orgrim and Blackhand look fantastic. Maybe Gul'dan wasn't as realistic as them, and ofc. the "nameless" orcs in the background, but it isn't a big deal. The soundtrack is fantastic. The main theme, the orcish drum-based music, the armors, weapons. I just loved it. I really hope DJ gets the opportunity to extend the story better in later films.2. If it is the final art of the steelbook for the BD, it's a must-have. :)
Movie is great, fck that bad critics!
I was a bit afraid of what to expect of the movie since I read mixed reviews about it, but I have to say I got goosebumps at some moments.... YES is was that good. Quality and the story got me beyond expectations. Two hours felt like 20min (plus i didn't even feel that those 3D glasses were bothering me, like on most 3D movies) For the first time i didn't finish my popcorns :D The movie was so great, that I cant wait/hope to see the sequel. Might go again this week :)P.S. there WAS humour in it, those critics were not true!
Really good movie and supercool in 3D.Orcs were amazing and huge - but I wondered why they were so differently colored. For a while I thought that the green ones were Fel-infused, but that was not it - I think)King Llane was a little wimpy and the human kingdom seemed weak. Had the dwarves not supplied weapons, things would look worse, but where were they themselves? The elves were merely windowdressing, which was a little disapointing, and I never saw a gnome... one murloc though, which triggered a seldom laugh in the audience.Not breathtaking, but definately not a bad movie - gonna see it again for all the details I missed first time.For us nerds: Lothar is better than Indiana Jones!
Just saw the movie and it was AMAZING! As a warcraft fan, I would be very excited to mention names of places, creatures or things even before they were named hahaha IT WAS SO MUCH FUN! I would give the movie 9/10!I LOVE THE MOVIE MAN!Please let me remind Duncan Jones to make a FREAKIN' SEQUEL! HAHAHA <3
yeah screw the crits becasue if you remmber they made Dragonball :evolution and one of the crits rated it 8.5/10http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1098327/and it the worst movie of all time XD so in my opinion just watch the film and dont listen to the crits
People don't realize the movie its about warcraft 1 and a bit of 2 "WAY BEFORE WORLD OF WARCRAFT" and expect to see illidan and arthas idk its ridiculous just read reviews to see how stupid are some people...
Well then. Sadly the hype train has gotten off-rail. That is because I thought the movie would be 9/10 but turned out to be 4/10. Sad. I really had high hopes for it. But then, what can you do, since... Times Change.... DUN DUUUN DUUUUUN!
So did they explain why Thrall is green when his parents were still natural brown Orcs?No spoilers, of course.... that's just one thing from the trailers that has REALLY bugged me.
The soundtrack gave me chills..... I want it.
Good to see more reviewers (with yes, actual critiques) of the film, and I'd agree with their comments to not associate the film with LOTR or GoT - if only because of the genre. Lord of the Rings..I'd say is middle or low fantasy. It's also based on an adventure-genre book. Game of Thrones is obviously low fantasy, very little magic and non-humans present. Warcraft is just as obviously high fantasy. Multiple non-human sentient races, LOTS of magic (compared to LotR's Sauron, Saruman, Gandalf, couple other minor characters. That didn't really go into general battle.), more fantastic settings, and so on.In fact, perhaps that's what throws those early reviewers off - it's NOT based on books primarily, it's a game that was made into a movie. Yes, there are books to flesh out the lore, as well as other games (WC 2, ToD, 3, FT, WOW), but the reviewers can't simply sit down with a book and read it to know the background lore as easily.
@HalgrimmdkWell, this movie is based more on Warcraft 1: Orcs and Humans, so other races weren't very prevalent back then. Also, Warcraft 1 ended with the human kingdom's defeat, whereupon the survivors fled to Lordaeron & Northern Eastern Kingdoms, when they then formed their formal alliance with Gilneas, the high elves, the dwarves, and so on - so I'm looking forward to the sequel, if there is one. Also to look forward to in the sequel - the ogres, the forest trolls, the goblins, and death knights.