I was living in my first apartment when this was released. I'm not sure what compelled me to do so but I bought this day of release on DVD. My entire adulthood that has been a commonplace activity are buying movies day of release but this was the first movie to do so. I think in part I was charmed of the notion that this was direct to video and the computer animation looked really good. I don't regret buying…
It's weird the two little things I attribute to with this movie,
1. This was the first movie I ever watched on an HDTV. It was only on DVD so the quality wasn't all that improved.
The other detail is a little mystery that I've scoured the internet for but have never found anybody pointing this out at all. Early in the movie, Stanley Tucci tries to trick Tom Hanks into sneaking out of the airport by saying the posted…
I admittedly don't know much about comic book lore outside of the movies and TV shows. If there are literary sources for this, I want to indulge in more!
This surprisingly went directions I wasn't expecting. At first, I figured it was the story of a self-deprecating outcast fraught with paranoia and doubt both exhibited in the form of demons.
The woman entering his life becoming his muse and inspiration all set to a somewhat gothic urban landscape.