Prometheus' is a spectacularly imaginative motion picture. Directed by Ridley Scott, 'Prometheus' is a follow-up to his 1979 horror sci-fi classic 'Alien', this one starring Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Guy Pearce and Idris Elba.
Set in 2093, the story's premise explores life's most meaningful question: where do we come from? The crew of 17 on the spaceship Prometheus is on its way to a far-away destination in space, led by the clues depicted by drawings in ancient caves. The find, they believe, may lead humanity to quite literally meet their makers - the beings who created us - to ask the big questions: why are we here, what does it all mean and what happens when we die? This is the setup for a glorious, epic, cerebral, sci-fi adventure.
On the big screen, with the best use of 3D to date, 'Prometheus' is a sumptuous visual feast. This is a remarkably scary and eye-popping head rush of a movie, an experience that offers a maximum adrenaline boost at the same time as it engages your intelligence. Don't miss it.
Recently, the film's premier was held at the Atrium cinema. The ambiance for the premiere was developed to match the grandeur of the movie itself. Larger-than-life sculptures from the film were set up inside the cinema to entice the movie-goers into watching the movie. The event was managed by Syntax Communications.
MEN IN BLACK 3
Not just the funniest film in the series, 'Men In Black 3' has the best story of them all. In the year 2012, Smith and Jones are back in J and K's black suits and ties and white shirts, working the alien beat for their super-secret federal agency. Replete with all the weird and wonderful alien creatures, the film uses everything in its arsenal (including 3D) to maximise on its unique concept.
In Men in Black 3, when K's life and the fate of the planet are put at stake, Agent J will have to travel back in time to put things right. J discovers that there are secrets to the universe that K never told him - secrets that will reveal themselves as he teams up with the young Agent K (Josh Brolin) to save his partner, the agency, and the future of humankind. Emma Thompson is a welcome addition as Agent O. The idea of incorporating time travel into the mix is inspired as is the brilliant casting of Josh Brolin as the young K, who delivers Jones' dry mannerisms and drawl to perfection. Director Barry Sonnenfeld, at the helm for the third time, recreates the familiar world of MIB only to fascinate the audience with its amusing, wacky aliens in 3D. In the end, MIB3 is surprisingly touching. It may make bring tears into your eyes.