• Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Thor: The Dark World

    The terms and ideas surrounding a character like Marvel’s Thor (Odinsleep, bifrost, Yggdrasil, etc.) whether based on Norse mythology or not, are admittedly strange. Yet Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was kind enough to put it ever so simply in his 2011 film, “Your ancestors called it magic but you call it science. I come from a land where they are one and the same“. Well if you found comfort in Kenneth Branagh’s Richard Donner-like origin story, Thor: The Dark World is like taking AP Calculus just when you think you’ve got the hang of your times tables. Not that Alan Taylor’s follow-up film is particularly smart (ambitious is more like it)…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Screenings

    ALL PASSES CLAIMED – Advance Screening Passes to ‘THOR: THE DARK WORLD′ In FORT WORTH, TX

    Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED – All winners have been notified. Thanks for your interest in Marvel Studios’ THOR: THE DARK WORLD. ———————————————————————————————————————————— Go,See,Talk invites you to enter for a chance to win a pass to a special advance screening of Marvel Studios’ THOR: THE DARK WORLD starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Tom Hiddleston. This screening will take place in FORT WORTH, TX on Wednesday, November 6th at 7:30 PM. Note: For this screening we are offering  “RESERVED SEATS” For your chance to win, simply send an email to contest@goseetalk.com with “THOR2 FW” in the subject line. Winners will be selected at random and emailed a unique digital pass (admits 2) for the screening.…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    Sweet Trailer…'Thor: The Dark World'

    Marvel’s Cinematic Universe: Phase Two continues with Iron Man 3 (which hits theaters this May) but there’s one superhero we’re even more excited to see again. After The Avengers, some may have forgotten we still had a few more stand-alone character sequels to come from the Marvel Universe on the big screen but this Fall we’ll see the return of the Odin-son in Thor: The Dark World. The first trailer dropped and this pretty (excuse the pun) dark looking sequel is already living up to our expectations. Here’s hoping that the follow up to the 2011 hit shows us that lightning strikes twice for the God of Thunder…enjoy! Thor battles to save all the Nine Realms…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…THOR

    The third Marvel character from the Avenger’s line up (and first tent-pole comic film of 2011) comes at us with a pretty solid adventure about the Asgardian Odinson. The most otherworldly member of the upcoming The Avengers film was quite a delight after the rather underplayed trailers and mixed reviews. Sometimes, depending on the material, an awe inspiring character in the comics can look just downright laughable on screen regardless of whether or not there’s a credible story to back it up. But Kenneth Branagh‘s Thor takes what would just be a hokey series of costumes and set pieces and give us a somewhat weighty story powered fine acting. It yields a believable presence on par with something as visually…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…No Strings Attached

      Rom-Coms; you either love ’em or hate ’em. It is brainless entertainment after all, but does it always have to be the case? No Stings Attached isn’t a total nose dive and there is a small amount of humor and an almost heartfelt message if you sift through enough of it. However it’s like trying to get full eating only meager little spoonfuls – it ends up being more exhausting than it is satisfying. But can’t we expect more? Don’t we deserve more? And from Ivan Reitman no less! I went in with an open mind but deep down I could just tell knew this was going to be pretty…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Black Swan

    Few film personalities consistently knock it out of the park with each proceeding effort; Darren Aronofsky is one such director/writer. In what is undeniably one of 2010’s best films (I’d go as far as to say the best) Aronofsky once again takes us down a path fraught with heartbreak, disappointment and, to an extent, insanity. However, instead of being as depressing as it may sound, he dazzles us with visuals in a yet another visceral experience. His stories take us to worlds that that few audience members have ever been to but uses common themes that anyone can relate to or understand. It pays to be a bit familiar with his other works to truly…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    Sweet Trailer…’Your Highness’

    Now this is quite a change in the ever dynamic career of James Franco. He’s such a hot property (I still thought he would have made for a good Anakin Skywalker) and it doesn’t look like he’s slowing down anytime soon. Yet for as amazing and professional as his performance is being praised in Danny Boyles’ 127 Hours, he looks like he’s still comfortable having some fun and hamming up the scene. Here Franco stars alongside Danny McBride and Natalie Portman in David Gordon Green‘s follow up to Pineapple Express. There’s a lot of raunchy laughs to be had…Enjoy! While I didn’t mind Pineapple Express I didn’t love it either; it just…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    Sweet Trailer…'Your Highness'

    Now this is quite a change in the ever dynamic career of James Franco. He’s such a hot property (I still thought he would have made for a good Anakin Skywalker) and it doesn’t look like he’s slowing down anytime soon. Yet for as amazing and professional as his performance is being praised in Danny Boyles’ 127 Hours, he looks like he’s still comfortable having some fun and hamming up the scene. Here Franco stars alongside Danny McBride and Natalie Portman in David Gordon Green‘s follow up to Pineapple Express. There’s a lot of raunchy laughs to be had…Enjoy! While I didn’t mind Pineapple Express I didn’t love it either; it just…

  • Editorials,  Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Groovers & Mobsters Present: “The Action Film”

      This following is the next entry in a series of blog events spearheaded by Fandango Groovers and Movie Mobsters. Today we are all highlighting signature and essential films of the action genre (read Things That Explode). Go,See,Talk is happy to be asked back and contribute to this blog-a-thon once again. So lock n’ load action junkies and let me tell you why our featured film deserves recognition as a pillar of ACTION.

  • Editorials,  Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Groovers & Mobsters Present: “The Action Film”

      This following is the next entry in a series of blog events spearheaded by Fandango Groovers and Movie Mobsters. Today we are all highlighting signature and essential films of the action genre (read Things That Explode). Go,See,Talk is happy to be asked back and contribute to this blog-a-thon once again. So lock n’ load action junkies and let me tell you why our featured film deserves recognition as a pillar of ACTION.

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck #17 – 'Garden State'

    Masterminded by Mike at You Talking To Me?, the multi-blog-a-thon entitled 27 Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck asks fellow bloggers to identify the singularly great and iconic films that have created nothing but disappointing, and god-awful impersonators. Ultimately causing the film in question to remain famous for being original and ground breaking but at the same time infamous for creating doppelgängers we wish we could “un-see”. I was asked to contribute my thoughts on one of my favorite movies Garden State, which I believe to be a neo-classic. Unfortunately (for the purpose of this post anyway) Garden State did more to inspire and help the success of…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck #17 – ‘Garden State’

    Masterminded by Mike at You Talking To Me?, the multi-blog-a-thon entitled 27 Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck asks fellow bloggers to identify the singularly great and iconic films that have created nothing but disappointing, and god-awful impersonators. Ultimately causing the film in question to remain famous for being original and ground breaking but at the same time infamous for creating doppelgängers we wish we could “un-see”. I was asked to contribute my thoughts on one of my favorite movies Garden State, which I believe to be a neo-classic. Unfortunately (for the purpose of this post anyway) Garden State did more to inspire and help the success of…