Movie Review: Riddick (2013)

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Movie Review: Riddick (2013)

Closer to Pitch Black in color and adds another chapter to the chronicle.

Pitching back Pitch Black

In 2000, director David Twohy and writers Jim and Ken Wheat gave us Pitch Black. It was the story of a crashed transport that stranded a colorful cast of characters on a barren wasteworld. Among them was Riddick; a dangerous criminal with a surgically-enhanced ability to see in the dark and Johns; the merc-bounty hunter determined the bring Riddick in. Survival of the fittest becomes the focus when the planet is found to be inhabited by dangerous creatures. This movie rose above the sum of its parts by having solid graphics (including the incredible opening crash sequence), well defined characters and a good script with enough pivotal moments and turns to keep us engaged. By the end of the movie, we wanted more Riddick and everyone would be…

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Posted on September 10, 2013, in Hodgepodge. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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