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In Chapter Two, the evil clown Pennywise returns 27 years later to terrorize the town of Derry and the adult Losers must conquer their fears once again to destroy It once and for all. The visual effects help us believe that this monster is now more powerful than ever but sometimes it feels like it is too much. The cast is amazing but the lines they were given are sometimes terrible and obvious. However the movie fulfills its purpose of conclusion to the story and it is just satisfying and entertaining to watch. And Bill Skarsgård's talent makes It as creepy as ever.
An intense psychological thriller about the origins of the infamous villain of the Batman franchise, a mentally-troubled comedian who is disregarded and mistreated by the society of Gotham City. It is an amazing film, despite its controversial issues and unsettling and disturbing nature. I doubt there is a better way to touch upon a mysterious mad villain comic origins that have never been properly defined before. The use of the unreliable narrator strategy and the intentional ambiguity of the events depicted in the film makes the viewer wonder about the veracity of the events and makes way for open interpretation, which is absolutely clever. Also commenting on societal issues, it is a deep and important reflection of our real world and it should be praised for that. Joaquin Phoenix once again demonstrates that his acting skills cannot go unnoticed and his work should definitely receive some accolades, as the Joker's slow descent into madness is credible and deeply unnerving throughout the whole film from the very beginning. Also, the cinematography, the score and the production design are impressive. Best of lucks for the awards' season!
A terrifying, disturbing, beautiful masterpiece is strangely the right way to describe this movie. Ari Aster, director of Hereditary, provides a folk horror film in which a group of friends travel to Sweden for a festival that occurs once every ninety years and find themselves in the clutches of a pagan cult. It is unsettling from start to finish and most of the time you will not believe what you're actually watching. Full of symbolism, the stunning imagery is unparalleled and even if the main plot is only about the breakup of a toxic relationship, the thematic of Swedish ancient cults makes it a thousand-fold more riveting.
A horror thriller in which an upper-class family is attacked during an anniversary getaway by a gang of mysterious killers but luckily one of the victims is very talented at fighting back. I can't believe how gory and how entertaining and satisfying it was. Lots of blood for the lovers of the slasher genre, great plot twists and gruesome and imaginative deaths. It is awesome when the victim is not so vulnerable after all in this kind of horror movies.
This post-apocalyptic story follows a mother and her two children who make a desperate bid to reach safety after some ominous unseen monsters drive most of society insane and to commit suicide. The concept is great, but that credit goes to Josh Malerman and his novel on which the movie is based. Sandra Bullock's solid performance gives it credibility and it makes you put yourself in her shoes. But the other characters could have been developed further for a stronger impact, the tension in some scenes could have been longer and the dialogue is too cringey at times.
A mediocre supernatural horror movie that could have been so good. It had so much potential but the stupid dialogues, the clichés, the cheap jump scares and the absurdity of it all ruined a story that not even Helen Mirren's acting skills were able to save. Despite being inspired by "true" events, the California believed-to-be-haunted mansion of Sarah Winchester is a total waste in this movie.
In 1912 London, the growing suffragette movement forever changes the life of a working wife and mother who is galvanized into radical political activism supporting the right for women to vote. It is a dramatic history lesson with representations of the most important figures of the suffragette movement, but its main characters could have been stronger. The scene at the Derby was definitely the highlight.
Danny Boyle directs this romantic comedy about a struggling musician who, after a bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed and takes advantage of the situation. The premise may seem actually absurd and silly and it actually has some plot holes, but the characters are interesting and it ultimately is a homage to The Beatles and their legacy to the world. Kate McKinnon is hilarious and Ed Sheeran's bits playing himself are so funny too.
Quentin Tarantino's 9th film may not be his best, but it certainly delivers and does not disappoint with its third act, as usual. A former star of a western TV series, and his longtime stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry in 1969 Los Angeles. By setting his fictional characters within real-life events and making them interact with real-life famous figures of the time like Sharon Tate and the Manson Family, Tarantino pays homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood with his brilliant writing. He might take some liberties and make some... ehem... slight changes in history, but all of it turns out to be extremely satisfying. Intense carnage guaranteed. 😂
In this thankfully last installment of Fox's take on these great characters, Jean Grey begins again to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix and the X-Men will have to do whatever it takes to help her. Most of the action scenes are entertaining and impressive, others just look like a big mess, but the amazing visual effects somehow conceal it. Sadly the plot is all over the place, full of timeline inconsistencies, convenient plot devices and new characters who do not contribute much to the story and only overcomplicate it. A pity it had to end like this.
This movie acts as a new installment of both The Conjuring movies and the Annabelle movies and it is actually a very good addition to the overall franchise. While babysitting the daughter of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a teenager and her friend unknowingly awaken the evil spirit trapped the infamous doll. The variety of new entities introduced here and loosely based on the real cases of the Warrens could eventually make it into their own stand-alone movies, hopefully with a good script. Unfortunately, many deus ex machina moments that are too convenient for this story and the sheer stupidity of certain characters is stressful.
One of the most beloved tales produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios comes to life in this "live-action" adaptation. Once again, as tragedy strikes the Kingdom of the Pride Lands, the young lion prince flees only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery to take back what is rightfully his. However, despite the outstanding visual effects achievement that makes it such an out-of-this-world experience, it falls flat when it comes to conveying the same feelings and spirit of the original animated movie, perhaps due to the compulsory expressionless characters. A refreshing look, nonetheless, in many aspects and a wonderful voice cast that complements the overall experience.
No creo haberme reído tanto con una película como lo hice con esta. Su formato original de teatro para es fantástico para sacar unas buenas sonrisas. En la consulta de un psiquiatra estan citadas varias personas con distintos Trastornos Obsesivo-Compulsivos (síndrome de Tourette, síndrome de Diógenes, obsesión por el cálculo matemático, trastorno compulsivo de verificación, obsesiones con las líneas, obsesión con las bacterias, etc). La interacción de los 6 personajes no tiene comparación y la risa es imposible de contener.
This fourth installment is as good as the other two first films in the franchise, only surpassed by the third. When a new toy called "Forky" joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy. The animation was beautiful, the level of creativity in this world of living toys has no limits, the progressive new look of Bo Peep is mesmerizing and the matters of existential crisis and philosophical questions are handled cleverly. With a strong plot, a powerful ending that breaks hearts, a delightful voice cast and a ton of Pixar Easter eggs and references, this was a very enyojable time.
Considerada una de las mejores películas colombianas, este filme de 1993 narra los inteligentes esfuerzos de varias personas que viven bajo el mismo techo por resistirse al injusto desalojo ordenado por el dueño que los quiere fuera de su casa en Bogotá. La brecha entre ricos y pobres y la diferencia de ideas políticas son evidentes en un relato acerca de la defensa de la dignidad propia y de la solidaridad que se puede lograr bajo un objetivo común y justo. Graciosa y representativa de lo que el pueblo colombiano realmente es, con un elenco que cuenta con unos de los mejores actores del país en la historia y con un historial de merecidos premios. 🇨🇴🇨🇴🇨🇴🇨🇴
A young elephant, whose oversized ears enable him to fly, helps save a struggling circus by becoming the main attraction. It is a nice homage to the 1941 animated film but it also ignores some of the most important characters...ejem... Timothy. A visual spectacle that brings the classic tale to life and Tim Burton's style is somehow visible but not as much as his other films. The characters are a bit flat and simple. It is emotional and uplifting, and it surely brings back childhood memories of a better film.