6 Striking Reflections of Lake Louise
Lake Louise is definitely an early morning destination you won't want to miss if you're in Banff National Park, Canada.
Lake Louise is world famous for its turquoise lakes, the Victoria Glacier (in the middle of each photo), surrounded on the by Fairmont Mountain (left) and Mount Victoria (right). Which one is your favorite?
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Crawl (2019) // Movie Review #48
We’ve all seen nor heard ridiculousness associated with monster flicks and the absurdity taken throughout these movies in order to satisfy to audience appeal and approval. In doing so sacrifice great story-telling and script capture when transferring creative ideas into action.
Crawl however takes a rather fresh and original approach to this perception and ultimately succeeds in what it’s aiming to provide. The Visuals, Effects and CGI were crafted really well in such a dark, menacing and tenacious tone that further amplified to the overall viewing experience of such a thriller.
Angles, Shots and Cinematography were mostly inconsistent with some really good, practical examples to further immerse with audience attention. Which aimed to utilise the best possible features available with camera work. However for the majority of the movie the Cinematography was rather disappointing and represented slight touches of unrealistic phases when faced with the overall conflict and revelation of the film and its structure.
The cast and set of characters portrayed for the most part are rather forgettable and non-engaging, besides a game Kaya Scodelario and rather satisfying display from Barry Pepper. Overall this film has a low expectation in regard to story structure, pacing and execution but in saying so was a pleasant surprise that I thoroughly enjoyed.
I would recommend this film to anyone willing to conjure within the experience of a monster/ thriller surprise, since it is both enjoyable and practical with the image in which it aims to provide to fellow viewers.