Legend of the Guardians

Bonita 2022-12-05 18:26:17

Much better than I imagined.
Before watching this film, I never thought that the owl could play so wonderfully. I'm afraid it's because when I imagined it, I compared the proportions of real people and lacked the breadth of mountains, rivers and rivers, so I always felt that it would be a child's play.
I didn't expect, I really didn't expect that owls would look so handsome when they put on a helmet mask and sharp grasping tools. Coupled with a pair of powerful wings, they are simply perfect fighters. The fights are smooth and crisp, coupled with eye-catching slowness. The camera is more powerful than the sturdy men in 300.
There's a lot of slow motion in the movie that immediately reminds me of the word epic. So much so that I have a new definition of this vague word to me.
The epic is the open wings and the surging sea.
There are also shortcomings. It is said that the climax is not grand enough. The king should be dispatched with a legion or something, but in the end, there are only a few birds around. Bad guys too, isn't the hometown so baseless? In terms of quantity, there is no advantage at all (bats are too scum to be counted).
The number is very beautiful, and laymen like me are still eager to have a big scene as a reward.
Looking forward to the sequel.

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Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole quotes

  • Nyra: We offer power and purpose. What can you offer us? What can you offer me?

    Kludd: I have a sister.

  • Gylfie: Let us go!

    Soren: She's right. Let us go!

    Nyra: Whas this? Tyto, don't waste your time. Don't soil your feathers.

    Soren: You leave her be.

    Nyra: Oh, spirited little Tyto. How touching. You and your patch of felt will stay together, then. As pickers. Les go. Hurry up. Perhaps when you remember your nobility, Tyto, we can make a soldier of you.