Bionicle 3 - Web of Shadows
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Top Customer Reviews
For some reason I didn't know there were two other movies and never watched them. So I did last week. Therefore keep in mind that my knowledge of this whole universe had mostly faded away.
I'm going to throw it out there that I'm not a movie fan. It takes a lot to impress me with movies, and I tend to steer towards animated movies anyway- so these days, my expectations are high with the bar being raised nearly every day for such films.
But though this is a rather old movie, I can say I loved every minute I spent watching this. I absolutely love it, along with the other 2, but this one is of the highest quality.
SpOiLeR, I suppose:
My favorite part, oddly enough, was when Vakama was on the villains' side. Usually I dislike tactics like that- turning the hero into the villain- but it was somehow really enthralling to watch.
All in all I can say that you won't be disappointed with this. I suggest you don't watch it unless you have seen the other movies (or at LEAST Legends of Metru Nui), but those are worth it too.
The book was still better, though!
Yes, this movie has got its faults, but I love it. Every time I need a good movie to relax with or require my faith in goodness to be redeemed, this is what I watch (and sometimes the other Bionicle movies I own). The voice acting is very appropriate, the CGI is great, and the music (especially at the end) is very enjoyable. This is, without a doubt, my favorite movie.
Web of Shadows was not terrible, it was certainly better than the first and maybe moreso than the second, but it is soooo obvious that these are just one BIG commercial.
Overall, the plot line is a bit stale and hard to get caught up into. There are several sequences, such as "Keetongu" (or however it is spelled) or the transformation of the toa that will have anyone that is not a die hard fan rolling their eyes. Roodaka, the queen, was a refreshing new twist on the scenario and gave us something interesting, however, the relationships of the toa still seemed rather forced, which is somewhat surprising at this point.
Fans of the "bionicle" series will rejoice at yet another installment of their favorite series, but there isn't much here for anyone else. If you don't know much about the plot, watch this with someone who knows all the names, locations, and references made, because you won't understand a word of this story otherwise.
For a Bionicle movie, the story is pretty simple--a fact I was slightly disappointed in, as I loved Bionicle movies for their complex storylines. However, it still manages to capture my attention.
The story starts with the main protagonists from Bionicle 2: Vakama, Nokama, Nuju, Whenua, Onewa, and Matau. After crash-landing back to Metru Nui to rescue some of the remaining matoran on the island, they discover their city covered with webs and fog. Shortly after are they captured by Visorak: slaves to their king Sidorak and queen Roodahka. Fortunately for the toa, they are placed in cocoons by the Visorak and become the mutated Toa Hordika. Just when they fear they are about to fall to their deaths, they are saved by Turaga-like creatures called Rahaga.
The Rahaga leader, Norik, tells the toa many things about their Hordika forms--and even goes as far as to tell them about the legend of a Rahi named Keetongu. Unfortunately for the toa, Vakama leaves them and makes his way out into the strange city he once knew as his home--only to be captured by the Visorak once again. This time, however, he is introduced to Roodahka and becomes pursuaded to work for her as her servant.
As the other five toa and Rahaga try to find Keetongu, Vakama grows more and more powerful and evil with time. This all leads up to a big fight in the Coliseum in the center of Metru-Nui.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very well done and beautifully scripted, I highly recommend you get all three of the Bionicle Movies. They are Great!Published on June 18, 2014 by ARZFAN
My kids like it! I loved it. Effects and quality of movie are good. thats why I rate it 5 stars.Published on June 7, 2013 by S. Collins
Movie got to my house fast. In great shape. My kids loved it . For them a watch over and over again kids movie !Published on April 18, 2013 by Mom2seven2011
Once my grandson got one of this series, he wanted the whole series. So now, he has four of the dvds. I get to watch them every time I visit. Read morePublished on April 5, 2013 by Richard G. Price
Exactly....i got this movie because i watched it a thousand times on youtube(i'm a huge bionicle fan obviously), and i wanted to see some bonus features like deleted scenes and... Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Mike50
Kids love it and watch it over and over again. Very good story and not something you have to worry about young ones watchingPublished on March 14, 2013 by John Behn
It was an ok movie, but I could have done better. I'm not from Holywood (I wish I was though) but I have creative Ideas and I could probably do a remake or something, but overall... Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by Abe
I was excited to see that there was another chapter for my collection. I was impressed with the promptness of arrival and the perfect condition in was in when I received it from... Read morePublished on January 2, 2012 by LP
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