Monday, March 4, 2013

Jack the Giant Slayer on IMAX at Merrit Square 16 Cinemas

I smell the blood of an Englishman,
Be he live, or be he dead
I'll grind his bones to make my bread"
The other day, I treat my hubby for a movie date and both of us agreed to watch Jack the Giant Slayer on IMAX. It is on 3D so; it costs $23 for two tickets.

Jack is portrayed by Nicholas Hoult, a young farmer who leads the expedition to rescue the princess. Eleanor Tomlinson is Isabelle, the princess kidnapped by giants. Ian McShane is King Brahmwell, father of the princess. Bill Nighy and John Kassir as Fallon, the two-headed leader of the giants. My most favorite character of this movie is Elmont played by Ewan McGregor. He is the loyal leader of the king’s elite guard, who helps fight giants.

The thrilling episode of the movie started when Jack, drops the magical bean and accidentally opens a gateway to the world of the Giants. They try to reclaim the world they lost centuries ago. Jack is forced to fight the giants to save his life, the princess and those in the kingdom.

The movie is interesting and thrilling. I think Jack has all the luck in the world. No fighting skills but, he was really brave and not a selfish character. My favorite part of the movie was when he throw the bean into the mouth of the giant. The most amazing part was when all the giants kneel down to him. You should watch it and please, bring your family with you okay? I give this movie : 4 stars.

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