Super 8 is nostalgic–in a very good way!


Super 8  goes down memory lane of film making and finds all the fine, warm memories.  A movie that focuses on a well-told story, even if it happens to be surrounded by special effects and science fiction.  (Oh, how I’ve missed you!)  I loved everything about Super 8!  J.J Abrams pays homage to Steven Spielberg and honors him.  Not to be missed.

About nediunedited

Who is nediunedited? A lover of cinema since the age of seven! All kinds–all genres. Films (TV and Books, too) have shaped my life–they were my escape, my inspiration and even my first role models. I do not rate my films in the traditional sense (no stars, grades, etc.)–instead I give you my opinion and my take on it–I do not give traditional plot summaries either, because I want you to go in clear–ready for your own experience. There is nothing better than discovering a fine film, without any other influence. (Personally, when I want to really see something I practice media shut out–I refuse to watch too many trailers, viral promos, reviews, etc–I have been known to cover my eyes and ears in the theater during trailers–LALALALA!) That’s me–hope you come by and visit! I will definitely make the rounds and find some of you out there, too.

2 thoughts on “Super 8 is nostalgic–in a very good way!

  1. Pingback: Super 8 ideas for stories | quirkybooks

  2. I wanted to love this film, but despite all its good intentions and its heart and yes, its sense of nostalgia as you say, in the end that’s all the film was: just a homage to Spielberg but had nothing new to offer.
    Still, a lot better than your average blockbuster, but from a duo like Spielberg and Abrams, I was expecting a bit more…
    Here’s my review

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