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The Boy (2015)
This is how psychopaths and serial killers are born
The film is slow, without many attractions except to observe the sad routine of a father and his strange and lonely son, taking care of a motel in some inhospitable corner of the USA, where nothing happens.
The interesting thing is to see the exercise of developing a sick mind since the age of 9, since the father only has eyes for work and treats his son as a simple employee and without any kind of affection. The loneliness added to the father's inattention will explode in a first great demonstration of what this future psychopath will be in adulthood. Psychology students will love it.
Almost trash, except for Russell.
The movie, in general, is stupid, exaggerated, predictable, full of mediocre clichés, treats the viewer like an idiot, brings an unlikely script, forced to the limit in the direction of the surreal. All this to give the lesson that we must control the nerves behind the steering wheel of the car? Come on. There are more realistic ways to show this to people. Any Texas Chainsaw Massacre is better than that. What I don't understand is how a good actor like Russell Crowe accepts to participate in such thing? I hope that Derrick Borte, who directed half a dozen bad movies, and Call Ellsworth, author of a lot of garbage, are already after another type of activity, because cinema is not their area.
Beneath Us (2019)
The issue of immigration is uncomfortable
This movie focuses on the serious social and political problems arising from illegal immigration in the USA. There is no escaping this analysis. From there, each draws their conclusions according to their point of view. I believe it will affect even mood when giving a rate. White conservative Americans will love the way Latinos are treated, Latinos and liberal whites will revolt, and so on. Everyone knows that the problem exists and, despite the exaggeration, the movie portrays, in an alternative way, the reality.
Sadly , some americans would love to enslave illegal immigrants, especially latina, since most Americans don't wann do the work that Latinos accept to do cheaply out of necessity. The immigration problem will continue to grow no solution.
As for the movie, the production is poor, the interpretations almost amateur. But that is what matters least, because the matter is real and very serious.
The ending is redemptive for Latinos and should bother conservative whites.
Very good movie.
Very good movie, but some understanding of the world of European football is needed, especially in Southern and Central Eastern Europe. Still, good performances and high-level realism.
They are back. That's good.
I can't believe that Shtisel came back for a season 3. It hasn't arrived for me yet, it will come soon. Counting down the days. I remember how sad I was when Season 2 ended. I love this series.
I Care a Lot (2020)
Great movie. Great Rosamund.
I'm feeling a strange and somewhat rehearsed pattern in these negative reviews with meager arguments. This film is by no means so bad that it deserves a rate of 1.0. It seems to me to be a coordinated movement. I think it's class I HATE NETFLIX or a bunch of ultra-conservative, unbearable radical Christians who don't accept that the world has changed and want to go back to the 18th century and can't stand to see two women kissing. Whatever.
The film is very good, it draws attention, the script is interesting, although somewhat improbable and the performances of the main actors are very good, especially that of Rosamund. It's very worth watching, with the bonus of the great ending, when things are put in place.
It doesn't scare. It just pisses you off.
Boring movie. Performances under amateurs. I do not know how someone makes such a garbage and still wins fans.
Netflix maintains tradition and disrespects its customers.
Netflix's attitude when pressed is basically terrible and cowardly. At any sign of discomfort, they despair and end everything. They did that with House of Cards as well. This series deserved a second season, not for fun, but because it was indispensable. This story needed to be told. But Netflix was shaking with threats or pressure from fanatical religious groups. Netflix needs to show some respect for its customers. After all, they are the most supportive. But Netflix thinks it can. They simply canceled a series without giving any satisfaction to the consumer. Regrettable initiative. They could at least have had the decency to do about 5 episodes and give the show a proper ending.
As for the series itself, just great. Suggestive, full of possibilities, with the expectation of a message of hope and at the same time suspense embedded in the plot with those historical consequences that fill us with anxiety. It left me with an incredible feeling of "and what's next". But it's over, the way Netflix loves to do it: without warning.
Only for fanatics.
What a bad movie! My Gosh! Aiden and Eve. Really? If only the authors had a little creativity they could have tried to re-read the biblical story, in an alternative line. Maybe we would have a curious fact and maybe some fun. But they preferred the easy way of copying 28 Days Later. Bad Idea, bad copy anda even worst execution.
Requiem for a Dream (2000)
Ellen Burstyn losing the Oscar to Julia Roberts: Historical and Irreparable Injustice.
Everything that could be said about this film was said . Both by the critics and by the reviews posted here on IMDB. It is a spectacular film, depressing and very difficult to watch. End of conversation. But after watching the movie again, I have to express my indignation at the injustice committed by the Academy when it gave the Oscar Award to Julia Roberts and did not award the fantastic performance of Ellen Burstyn. In yet another of those historic Hollywood episodes that can never be repaired. Similar to the injustice of 1976, when Rocky was given the Oscar for Best Picture and overlooked the superb Network. Well, that's it. It is my record of indignation that I'm not satisfied with today, 20 years later.
The Shack (2017)
It forces people to cry.
Good, inspiring, but too Christian and mushy.
Sam struggles a lot to show the best of the plot. But the more he struggles, the more he comes up against the conceptual limitations of the film.
Hand of God (2014)
Series nothing short of excellent. Great cast, especially Ron Perlman and Dana Delaney, in a story developed intelligently in layers that were being presented gradually at a precise pace. The only flaw is that Amazon has not delivered a final season and a satisfying and really conclusive ending to the story. Still, it's a lot of fun.
Inside Man: Most Wanted (2019)
You can cover up a bad job for a while, but this movie can't take 20 minutes.
This film is annoyingly amateur. Right away we see that this is a lame sequence from Inside Man, with constant use of quotes, images, names. It is curious, but the hooks are too forced. We have negotiator who looks more like a stand-up comedian and european bandits with less charm than Pablo Escobar. Honestly, if the intent of these guys was somehow to honor or ride the original Inside Man wave, they missed the mark by a lot. In 20 minutes it is already possible to fish fails of an infant script. First, the director doesn't waste a second with the invasion of the Federal Reserve, probably the best-kept facility in the USA. Did the thieves get there, tighten the control and the door opened? Who imagines a "manager" in the Federal Reserve walking around with a bunch of big keys in his pocket? Besides, it's just cliché. Evil bandits doing evil, sequences copied without any creativity and so on ... Very weak.
The Midnight Sky (2020)
I know what the point was, but SciFi is something else.
Netflix had an interesting plot for this new sci-fi venture: the deterioration of living conditions on Earth, extinction and the search for a new planet. Excellent cast, clearly powerful production. But Clooney preferred to invest in a drama about parents, children, failed marriages, family crises, lost relationships, longing, existential meditations and impending death. And so the exciting initial idea disappears after a few minutes, drowned out by the personal issues of the Clooney character. In my opinion, a bad choice. This would certainly take the plot in another direction, at a different pace. It's ok. I got it. Until it touched me a lot in this regard, it particularly affected my personal demons. But they could have left such a plot to settle on Earth and focus on the plot from the beginning. It's not a bad movie, but the initial idea promised a lot and, after all, it's SciFi, okay? The production and the cast are too big for the proposed objective.
It is Netflix's fourth attempt with SciFi that leaves us with that "could have been better" feeling: AD Astra, Away, Cloverfield Paradox and now this one. They urgently need assertiveness and diligence in providing science fiction production. Perhaps making the right choice between what can be resolved on Earth and what should go into space.
The Wilds (2020)
It is worth watching.
This series is by no means so bad that it deserves the low rates it has received from some reviewers. I have the strong impression that there are people who don't watch the show, but still give low rates to screw the series. For now I give 7.0, because I didn't watch the whole season. But the rate is unlikely to decrease over the course of the episodes.
The story of a group of teenagers who traveled to Hawaii and suddenly found themselves lost on an island is not new, but it is interesting and catches the eye.
In addition, the construction of the girls' profile is well developed, as well as the portrayal of the various obstacles that present themselves in the harsh relationship between very young people and so different socially and culturally, especially in a scenario of extreme tension, pressure and lack of resources.
Second mandatory season.
Doom: Annihilation (2019)
Not So Bad.
It's not as bad as most rates make it sound. The production is modest, the interpretations are compromised and no more and the action is only standard, but the plot holds attention and, let's agree: you can't come to a film like this hoping to watch Prometheus or Alien. I'm a science fiction fan and I had fun. I've seen worse things on the SciFi channel.
The Strangers (2008)
Don't waste time.
This movie sucks. I don't understand how it reached a rate of 6.2. Maybe because of cute Scott and Liv, I don't know. The film has nothing but a plot reheated about 100 times: sadistic vagabonds that the American dream didn't reach, invade the home of dumb bourgeois and unable to think of anything other than despair and scream ". The film even has some growing tension and scares, make us anxious for a way out for the couple, but their cowardice and mental incapacity is so great that you start looking at the clock asking for all this to end quickly, anyway. Afterwards, Liv complains that she doesn't receive good roles. But she agrees to work on such crap.
The Hurt Locker (2008)
Hey Bush, what are we doing here?
Another American film that portrays the Iraqi invasion by the Americans from the American point of view, but that always ends with the same open question: what the hell did the Americans go to do in Iraq? Well, the American arms industry must have loved it, and in the wake of that we have at least 4,500 American soldiers killed, another 32,000 wounded or mutilated, and at least 800,000 Iraqis, mostly innocent, killed. In exchange for what? Bush, Chaney and Rumsfeld must have the answer. The film itself? Well done, with some realism, some action and good interpretations and that's it.
The Miracle Season (2018)
From loss to overcoming.
Beautiful story of loss, pain, acceptance and overcoming. A film that deserves to be watched by anyone in need of redemption.
Very good movie. Scares and tension guaranteed all the time. Excellent camera, visual and photography work. Committed actors and good performances. Unexpected end. The talent of director Angel Hernandez, who competently developed the story, is surprising, despite the obvious few resources at his disposal.
Men in Black: International (2019)
I liked It very much .
I don't understand why this film was rated so low. Why is it so badly commented. Nowhere is it worse than the last American MiB.
All of this without mentioning the excellent level of interpretation of the actors. Guaranteed fun.
Richard Jewell (2019)
Wonderful and sad
The worst evil is injustice. And this film shows it so crystal clear. Only those who have gone through this understand.
Eastwood once again touching real human wounds.
I like Nanjiani. He's a nice, humble, simple guy, he looks like a very nice person. But in this movie, thanks to him, an interesting idea becomes a torment.
Bautista works hard, but the producers allowed Nanjiani to be free to improvise and speak like a machine gun and that makes him absolutely unpalatable. If I were the policeman played by Bautista, I would have quickly beat Nanjiani and sent him home or to the hospital.
Rate 5.0 just for Bautista's dedication.
Very good first season . The second is necessary.
I watched the entire first season very closely and I can say that I liked it. I gave rate 8.0 in general. Especially considering the effort of the very dedicated and very talented actors. But this series has some issues that have to be better addressed. First, ethical issues are so messy. And the character Mildred has one of the most dubious moral standards I've seen on the screen in my long life as a lover of film and TV series. OK I understand. It's the script. But I have my standards and I also measure my evaluation by this rule. While she worries about the suffering of people in the hospital, on the other hand she is extremely manipulative and uses people to get what she wants and leads them to total disgrace. She is an unethical madwoman who tries to wash away her guilt by feeling sorry for others. I'm really curious about where this is going to end. Absolutely mandatory second season
The biggest electoral fraud of the 2000s.
Good movie, which tells the story of the biggest fraud in the history of the majority elections in the USA.
In 2000 Al Gore had more votes than George W. Bush, but an articulated coup between the government, Florida delegates and the national Republican command and then with the disqualifying Supreme Court contribution, which suspectedly prevented the counting of votes that would confirm Gore's victory , the result turned shamefully and Bush was eventually elected.
His victory ended up being decisive in making a series of disastrous diplomatic decisions, obscure relations with future terrorist leaders and consequently wars in the Middle East that claimed the lives of thousands of people, deteriorating relations between the countries of that region and that made the world totally insecure .