"Jack the Giant Catcher" is adapted from a traditional British fairy tale with excellent visual effects

Liana 2022-04-20 09:01:40

I heard before that this movie was adapted by Christopher McQuarrie into another thing with an adult concept, but I personally feel that after watching it, it still retains the style of the live-action version of traditional fairy tales. I watched the high-definition version of this film at 739 Film and Television yesterday, and I feel that the picture quality is absolutely top-notch, and the storyline is very interesting.

The film is adapted from a traditional British fairy tale. In order to achieve the best visual effect, the film was shot in the best villages of the British landscape. The lush vegetation, hard rocks, and green moss allow the audience to fully experience the visual and auditory experience. Take a peek at nature's chirping of birds and flowers! I personally liked this movie very much and gave it an 8.5!

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  • Garett 2022-04-23 07:01:54

    The standard Hollywood assembly line product, not bad, not to the unsightly level...

  • Kamron 2021-11-29 08:01:20

    Skip class and run to the theater, deserve to watch bad movies

Jack the Giant Slayer quotes

  • Isabelle: Is this your farm?

    Jack: Yes. No. Sort of. My uncle and I are tenant partners. We just work the lands.

    Isabelle: And, uh, these books?

    Jack: Yeah, they... they're mine.

    Isabelle: It's unusual for a farm boy.

    Jack: Judging by the cover, are we?

    Isabelle: What do you like reading?

    Jack: I like a good adventure.

    Isabelle: In books or in life?

    Jack: Until I can find a way to get off this farm, I have to settle for books.

    Isabelle: And, uh, that mark on your face, was that an adventure?

    Jack: Um, I got in a fight today. At the market.

    Isabelle: What about?

    Jack: I was defending the honor of the princess.

    Isabelle: Princess? Really? You sure you didn't read that in one of your books? How did you know it was the princess?

    Jack: I didn't. I just saw she needed help. It wasn't until the guardians showed up that I realized who she was. Anyway, it happened really fast. I wouldn't blame her if she didn't remember me. What are you running away from?

    Isabelle: Who says I'm running away from anything? Maybe I'm running toward something. Just looking for an adventure of my own.

    Jack: Well, so far you've run toward the light on my porch... Your Highness.

  • Isabelle: You must think I'm very silly.

    Jack: No. I just wish that... Well, earlier, at the market...

    Isabelle: Thank you... for defending my honor, Jack.

    Jack: Anytime. Here, I'll take your coat. And until you find your own adventure...

    Isabelle: [receives a book from Jack] "The Giants of Gantua."

    Jack: My father used to read that to me.

    Isabelle: That was always my mother's job.

    Jack: I hope you find what you're looking for, Your Highness.

    Isabelle: Call me Isabelle.

    Jack: Isabelle.