I miss this kind of films!!!
Do we know what a comic is all about? do we really want to know once they translate into the big screen? can we really tell what the message really was?
For a very short moment there I had the feeling Marvel just might have started hinting if the public would accept a sort of criticism to the establishment. The film had that nonconformist feeling, the thin red line was very carefully drawn and I like it a lot.
Having said that, it is a very strong action film with the carefully put elements of mystery, suspense, action and romance (much to my horror), all in all the formula was well handled executed and it paid off as usual.
There is no much you can say about writing or directing because, lets face it, it doesn’t really matter to us, look, if there are action scenes, guys are hooked, and if there is a shirtless Captain America girls get hooked.
So unless we all grow tired of these kind of films, they will keep on coming. But wait, I know as a fact that not a lot of people around the world know Ant Man or any other dark hero, so it might be harder for them to bring in the millions. Just saying.
Flight sponsored by your stubborn, close minded self.
Destination: Continental drift.
Flight conditions: Nothing you have experienced before will resemble this.
Your seat: Sorry to tell you this, but,you will walk.
Black box recordings: We could recognize sounds of brain cells starting to evolve and populate cerebral frontal cortex.
PS: our heart goes to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
Season 4 was a display of amazing writing. Separating everyone into groups and providing them with stories that alone were suspenseful, exciting and deadly was one of the best things about the season.
But lets don’t forget one thing, it was Rick’s transformation, from the beginning till the end that glued the whole thing together, even if he wasn’t in every episode I could see how his impact carried everyone and how much his behavior helped model the rest.
The lengths he is capable of reaching now are clear to us, we also know how his brain works, and in how many levels it operates.
His survival instincts and then everyone else’s will overtake next season.
Who are we kidding, the walking dead are not the walkers….
Great season… hands down, one of the best.
First off, I love my brother and sisters deeply, can’t conceive a world without them! And not because I just saw Frozen but every day ….
Frozen, quite surprising.
I was mostly curious about the Oscar-winning song, but, to be honest, it was the film that left me thinking if the movie I just saw was Disney, a decent try to step out of the box non the less.
I enjoyed it maybe close to the way I enjoyed old Pixar, and that is a good thing. I also liked the proposed target audience, not for kids only (I know some children hated the snow monster).
It was close to Brave, in terms of portraying family values, upbringing and how to build strong personalities, again… none of that is a bad thing.
The song is pretty cool yes, the film is ok, funny and entertaining… the average for the genre, at least there’s effort to bring something to the table.
But I wonder when will an animated film be as revolutionary and creative that just adults can go and see it “sans kids” (and I am talking about decent animations not the R rated type) something like Studio Gigli, or Toy Story, UP or Wall. E. Dont we miss those kind of films? I kind of do.
I will refer to my imaginary rating system and give it an: OK you are just fine!
It was colorful, fast paced, interesting photography, cool directing, great dresses and amazing boobs.
But, I didn’t feel the era, didn’t feel transported to that time where people embraced the curl and synthetic materials, it was just a love story, a survival story, a very awkward situation with Oceans 11 or The Italian Job elements plastered all around trying to make it up for the star studded cast.
I felt the story, although in parts real, it was too far-fetched and dragged too long, maybe to give some screen time to some of the actors… I dont know, but, I love me some Jennifer Lawrence any time, but her character was too forced, some unnecessary scenes here and there…great performance but well… it just wasn’t a character to remember.
And that is where I want to go, none of the actors blended or disappeared into their roles, (well, I know not everyone can be Meryl Streep), for instance I could still see Bradley Cooper panicking in Bangkok and Batman’s voice all over the place but it was Amy Adams unbelievably bad British accent that threw me off and lost all hope.
This year the nominated for the awards were so different and specially entertaining in their own way, that it is hard to compare with one another, one thing is clear tough, American Husle was just entertainment, not a real contender in my point of view.
And the vortex where all the dysfunction in the wold collides is right here ladies and gentleman.
August : Osage County is, without a doubt, every psychologist dream AND nightmare came true.
I am a sucker for a family drama where not a single person functions, everyone is so full of regrets and blame and in a way, they blend so well that it all plays out just fine, much like a perfect symphony, played for deaf people.
Here drama is real, regrets are not really important, what matters is blame and responsibility, who do you want to be next to when you grow old… how are you harvesting the seeds of a solid family tie.
This might sound heavy and the film heavy too, but it is not, Osage is the single most dynamic film of the year, it is even funny in moments, with a performance by Meryl Streep of the highest caliber and a very well balanced supporting cast.
Book and play are established as classics, the film makes it the triangle of perfect entertainment… I love it…
And you will love it too, if you are comfortable with realizing that your mother is actually not an evil witch trying to ruin your life… she is a frigging angel! You are very close to your siblings and your relationships are as normal as they get.