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Child's Play (1988)
7/10
7.8: Really good movie, you're in for a fun time!
8 November 2020
This movie is loved by many, hated by others, because they expect something complex, but it is literally about a possessed doll! How complex do you expect it to be!? It is great fun even for a first horror movie to watch with your son, it has suspense, some violence... what more do you want from a horror movie. Also, if this was released today, it would be rated PG-13 It is a really fun silly movie, but actually done good.
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Jojo Rabbit (2019)
8/10
Just... WOW.
29 August 2020
Just... WOW. I know how much I say "this movie made me laugh and cry" and I usually don't really cry with movies but I DID cried with this movie. This movie can hit in an emotional level anyone, including adults and children, it's so well done that it transmitted the emotions as just few movies have achieved. This is probably the only movie in 2019 that made me tear up. There was one particular scene (I'm not going to explain the scene) that made me feel exactly the same as the character, I felt my heartbeat getting faster and a tear came out of my eye, and that only could have happened by two particular things: Taika Waitit's directon and Roman Griffin Davis superb acting. I would like to point one thing in particular: the acting. Every character is loveable at it's own way (maybe except Rebel Wilson's character) you will love and remember every character (maybe including imaginary Adolf) Jojo, Elsa, Klenzendorf, Yorki and Rosie, and it's a shame that now kids can't be nominated to an Oscar, cause Roman Griffin Davis deserves it, ¡how did he didn't won a Golden Globe! (My respects to Taron Egerton though). One thing I noticed is how the movie starts with so much color but that color slowly starts fading away. That plays with your emotions cause the brain relates bright colors with happiness and grey colors with sadness. The whole movie feels fresh although it's based on the book "Caging Skies" by Christine Leunens, but the book is dark and quite disturbing (It's actually not much like the movie) but I think it sometimes relays a bit in a kid's innocence humor, although it's more realistic and funny than in other movies. This movie is great and it shows the already showed potential from Taika Waititi in a whole new level. This movie is almost perfectly balanced, not too much comedy nor too much drama. Okay, I'l just say this: Probably the best movie 2019 (now JOKER has competition). I would 10/10 recommend this movie to anyone deciding to watch it. Thanks
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7/10
A good biopic movie with great potential!
29 August 2020
7/10 Bohemian Rhapsody: This is a good biopic movie with great potential, but what really MADE the movie was Rami Malek's performance. I'm gonna write this review without comparing this movie to Rocketman at a all. This movie is great as it is not perfect, I've talked with many people about it and everyones says "It was great! Rami Malek's performance was amazing but I felt the movie a little slow". I know this is MY opinion but I kind of agree. This movie starts with so much enthusiasm, Freddie meets the band, they make their first show, they have their first tour. And everything happens so fast!! But in the beginning it kinda WORKS!!! Then they make bohemian rhapsody and then another tour and then apparently another one and another one??? Yeah, I got a little confused. And then the same things narrated in a STRANGE way and they ALSO tell the story about Freddie's an Mary's complicated relationship. Then we fast for-ward to 1984, that's when the drama continues talking about all the addictions of Freddie, the problems of his sexuality and relationship with Mary. For me this second act REALLY stands out, and Rami Malek's performance gets more serious and better. The way they use the music as a tool of narration gives a second insight of the songs from the view of Freddie Mercury. I think it gives a good satisfying ending but as a Queen fan I'm IN LOVE with the recreation of 1985's Live Aid and the full version that comes in the Blu-Ray. And about Rami Malek's performance it is outstandingly unbelievable. I have a very clear mental image about Freddie Mercury, but watching Rami Malek I forgot for a moment who the real Freddie was, I simply was watching Freddie which is unbelievable. Hearing the soundtrack it didn't make sense anymore in my head, How was Rami Malek singing so deep? But watching the movie and Rami act I don't even think about it. I think the reason why some people perceive it a little slow it's because the movie shows the origins of Queen and how they got famous AND the private life of Freddie, Then in the second act in 1984 it is how the band is doing and a deeper look at Freddie Mercury's life, so it is actually really a lot but it's still not so long that any teenager or Adult will watch it complete, so it doesn't feel really slow. It is a great movie everyone should watch, even if your not a Queen fan you will enjoy it.
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7/10
Very fun and moving: A Good movie 7/10
29 August 2020
7/10 Bohemian Rhapsody: This is a good biopic movie with great potential, but what really MADE the movie was Rami Malek's performance. I'm gonna write this review without comparing this movie to Rocketman at a all. This movie is great as it is not perfect, I've talked with many people about it and everyones says "It was great! Rami Malek's performance was amazing but I felt the movie a little slow". I know this is MY opinion but I kind of agree. This movie starts with so much enthusiasm, Freddie meets the band, they make their first show, they have their first tour. And everything happens so fast!! But in the beginning it kinda WORKS!!! Then they make bohemian rhapsody and then another tour and then apparently another one and another one??? Yeah, I got a little confused. And then the same things narrated in a STRANGE way and they ALSO tell the story about Freddie's an Mary's complicated relationship. Then we fast for-ward to 1984, that's when the drama continues talking about all the addictions of Freddie, the problems of his sexuality and relationship with Mary. For me this second act REALLY stands out, and Rami Malek's performance gets more serious and better. The way they use the music as a tool of narration gives a second insight of the songs from the view of Freddie Mercury. I think it gives a good satisfying ending but as a Queen fan I'm IN LOVE with the recreation of 1985's Live Aid and the full version that comes in the Blu-Ray. And about Rami Malek's performance it is outstandingly unbelievable. I have a very clear mental image about Freddie Mercury, but watching Rami Malek I forgot for a moment who the real Freddie was, I simply was watching Freddie which is unbelievable. Hearing the soundtrack it didn't make sense anymore in my head, How was Rami Malek singing so deep? But watching the movie and Rami act I don't even think about it. I think the reason why some people perceive it a little slow it's because the movie shows the origins of Queen and how they got famous AND the private life of Freddie, Then in the second act in 1984 it is how the band is doing and a deeper look at Freddie Mercury's life, so it is actually really a lot but it's still not so long that any teenager or Adult will watch it complete, so it doesn't feel really slow. It is a great movie everyone should watch, even if your not a Queen fan you will enjoy it.
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