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Which of these series do you wish would get renewed?
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In the Heart of the Sea (2015)
That's how I'd define this movie, it's interesting, deep and exciting, you're not gonna waste your time watching this film.
Jem and the Holograms (2015)
From 'what is J&TH' to 'what is J&TH'
I didn't get any background information about Jem and the Holograms, I'm actually realizing by the reviews it's kind of a 80's hit (I'm sorry, I was born in 2001), so I'd say making a movie in 2015 with a Hannah Montana topic and a "goal market" focused on teenagers it's already a mess that could've had potential because of the whole remake thing but ended up in a actual unrealistic and passionless film.
That's how I'd classify this: Unrealistic in every single term and scene of the movie (even for a teen); It's actually funny how this seems from a Nick or Disney movie, for the poster and visuals of the whole of it the movie reminded me of the visuals of "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" (2017) somehow...but the film keep going on and I noticed that was the silliest thought I ever had.
This movie is not funny, entertaining or realistic, it could've been full of passion, colors, artistic shots and more, I could only connect with a single scene and that was the "dad hologram's speech" one, also...what kind of dad leaves a whole adventure for one daughter when he has two of them? The whole point of the plot is that "it's not only Jem but her sisters" while this guy doesn't have it and it's kind of a god for the whole family, also I just don't understand Jem's mistakes for signing as a solo, that was the only chance to have the house but well, the problem (and film's problem) is forgotten so quickly with unrealistic solutions that are just there by chance, they did a whole movie of 2 hours for solve that in 3 minutes...
I'm just giving it a 4 because of the esthetic of the film and one song because it's visually pretty and has kind of the 80's look in some scenes.
Ju-on: Origins (2020)
Unexpected and interesting.
I don't really consider this as a terror tv series, it works as a way to explain more about the origin of Ju-On, obviously as the title says but somehow I don't really see an actual strong connection between the house and the characters (at least until ep 4, trust me, that episode is insane), many things happens along different storylines and I have to mention they're actually pretty interesting.
So, in conclusion, if you know how to separate the Ju-On series (along with what you'll expect this series to be) and if you're searching for an interesting, kind of deep and "raw" show...undoubtedly this show will be enjoyable for you.
Give it a chance if you can, each episode is about 20 minutes...
One of my favorite ones...
I'm a huge fan of this series but I'd say I am because of the characters (and also the awesome first season), the series kind of messed up in season 2 but got recovered by season 3.
So I will say that if you're interested in watching it then do it only if you're not really into the comics and you only want what the bio and trailer describes what are giving you as part of the audience of Marvel's Runaways.
Don't get me wrong, I DID ENJOYED IT, that's why I'd say it's one of my favorite shows ever, you will surely love the runaways team, I bet you will.
P.S: Get prepare to stan Gertchase.
Gilmore Girls (2000)
Gilmore Girls in a 2020 scenario
I'm just in the middle of season 2 but I've already (actually I did it earlier) fall in love with the characters, if your thinking in watching it, I surely recommend you to do it, you'll have memorable characters, funny situations and more, I'm surely enjoying it.
Now You See Me 2 (2016)
Not what expected but...
At the end of the day it entertains the audience, it surely does but it is better not to go with high expectations if you loved the first one, I'd say it's harder to watch because of the repetitive narrative that ends in a mess, don't get me wrong...it's still bold with the whole "magic theme" in order to apply it in a criminal stage.
I didn't enjoyed it as much as the first one but I'm still excited for the 3rd part.
American Beauty (1999)
if a movie changes your life or the way you see it, it is said that it did a great job.
...Although it took several years for me to watch this one, I only knew that when it finished, something had changed.
In American Beauty we follow Lester, a forty-year-old with an unhappy life disguised as being perfect with his wife Carolyn and daughter Jane, just the protagonist that the cinema tries to avoid in his productions being the lie of the American dream, looking as if he had In a coma all his life, he decides to erase the monotony of his existence when he meets Angela, Jane's friend, no matter who he takes between the forces of his chaos, he embarks on a journey on the way to his death.
What I am most passionate about seeing this film is the need to destroy the concept of American perfection and what surrounds it, drops of work, marriage, home and ideal work in a rain of real misery, to achieve this we see everything through Lester's eyes, the most indifferent of the tape about what his life is concerned, he says it himself ... "I have lost something, I am not sure what it is but I know that I did not always feel so sedated", this man He begins to change everything to recover what he lost trying to have fewer responsibilities, less work, focusing on himself to break the chains that enslave him, in the first half hour of the film we see how there are people who do not try to show that they are happy like Jane but on the other hand there are people who lock themselves in a bubble of perfection to represent a good image and reflect success, just what Carolyn does. We can see the real despair of people like Carolyn in the "I'll sell this house today" scene and the final collapse of not achieving it, showing that happiness is a mask that each one forges; the film manages to criticize this system of perfection but not with the desire to make it appear as incorrect or unfair, but it does it so that the audience sees the reaction of these characters to it, it gives us stereotyped characters but capable for the public to identify themselves with them even the most selfish, a man tired of his work (and his life itself), a woman who seems to have everything under control but in reality has no stability, a teenager indifferent to what surrounds her and who does not she likes herself. The characters in the film are profound, objective, out of place, but each one has their own story and are presented in the same way, in addition to the fact that their very existence makes them influence the story in a great way, even if they are not the protagonists, something almost impossible to see in the movies where they go in a story line and forget what is around, here we have characters like Ricky Fitts, a cold boy who knows how to appreciate real beauty, his father, a strict colonel who represses his interior, Angela, a rogue girl who avoids being ordinary and the cause of Lester's awakening, just waking up surprises the audience since we are talking about a love 20 years apart but to me it seems that the relationship of Lester and Angela goes beyond a romance forbidden by age but the insecurity of a teenager and the crisis of a 42-year-old man who seeks to regain youth and his surroundings.
I love to see how the film is not only supported by an ingenious story with deep characters and masterful performances such as the Spacey that won him the Oscar, but the photography manages to give careful and precise shots that give it a unique touch, characteristic symbols such as roses and the fullness of red throughout the film, which could well reflect the perfection of materialism and the lust of the characters.
The film is not perfect and it is what it wants, as an audience we are immersed in the voice-over of the catharsis of a man who, when he dies, embarks us to the beauty of life and his shipwreck, a portrait of society, to worry about what that people think and finally understand beauty, not the American one, but everything, including a plastic bag dancing in the air.
Big Fish (2003)
Make a story of your own
The whole story of a man's life is something large but this movie managed to be entertaining and comical telling a story by dividing it on many stages so well told it feels like it's a little fairy tail, so many aspects and many temporal lines in 2 hours that feels like just a single hour.
The story itself is touching and beautiful while the time placement (involving the wardrobe used and design of the places as well) totally transports the audience to those years, it's colorful and complements the "adventure vibe"
This is undoubtedly a great movie to watch with the family so every single member can appreciate each other stories and how them all got intertwined.
Not only "something that happened many years ago"
This documental is way more then a way to teach what happened in the holocaust with Anne's words, this was a way to enhance the goal of the history which is to learn about the past in order to not give up on the same mistakes the humanity did, all this into the new generations, feeling it more personal and close to it, a way to scream that the racism we all still live for different reasons is a unnecessary event.
That's how I could define this documental: A bridge between adults' history and the young ones.
My Babysitter's a Vampire (2011)
I still don't get why this show got cancelled, as far as I know, this was the last decent and actually enjoyable TV series on Disney, it was funny and ingenious with awesome characters and an incredible love plot between Ethan and Sarah, which we didn't get to see if something really happened, gotta cry.
If a new season or second movie could be on plans so we could get a proper finale, the producers must know we DON'T want a kind of "new generation" with new actors or new characters, we want to know what happened to these ones with the awesome cast it had.
This was and IS my favorite show ever, hope I am alive when the proper finale airs.
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
Funny, romantic (not cheesy) and accurate, a total change of the romance genre adding a philosophical and actually real side of mental illness, Bradley and Jennifer's chemistry is stunning and refreshing while Pat's parents are pure gold for the film.
It's nice to know there are movies like this.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Those Oscars were well deserved, Jodie and Anthony did an awesome job that feels totally real it scares me haha, also the whole movie is more that interesting, there were any scenes where I could feel distracted with something else given than I was so drawn into the movie, I wish we could have seen more about Hannibal but I guess the expectations is what makes us want more.
I never expected a movie that doesn't follow up the end of the story which is based on and it is not something bad, it's actually something I enjoyed and appreciate, also, I just can't get over the outstanding cinematography and retro style.
Top 10 biographies
This story is truly stunning and interesting, Renee does an amazing work and conquers the screen while the movie itself doesn't workout the whole time in the same high standard.
It entertained me too much although it is a drama with perhaps more twists than it should have been, the cast captivates you and every detail amazes even more the visuals it has, so at least for me, I highly recommend it.
50 First Dates (2004)
When they released the Mexican version (which I did not see haha) everyone was talking about the insult they made to the original so I was curious to see it and in summary this is my favorite romantic comedy, it is crazy so it conquers without a doubt
A classic to watch before dying, I found it very nice but not so iconic at the end of the day although the most iconic probably does not come out of the mud scene, I still liked it and it kept me entertained in a good way alongside heartbreaking and ageless quotes
Fav Christmas movie!
It is a tremendous gem that moves too much, I loved it in a huge way, it is quite warm, humorous and visually beautiful.
Last Christmas (2019)
Actually, it's great.
It has a lot of mistakes, exaggerated anthologies that they sometimes forget and undecided approaches but it fulfills the objective of being a cute, fun, cheesy and entertaining romantic Christmas comedy with your family (yes I cried with the plot twist)
It's actually really interesting
I can't believe what I missed, even when Natalie is silent you see more than a million emotions, she shows you a quite complex closeup between the press view and the Kennedy family, I loved it too much.
The Craft (1996)
More than I expected
I got truly amused, the story is great and it kept me glued from the first moment, not so much in the end but these types of movies really are my favorite genre so I fall in love.
One of those movies that I had to see before I died, yep, it's iconic but it loses a lot of strength on the spot in Europe and the theater company, I still enjoyed it
In the Tall Grass (2019)
The charm was based on the great story of Stephen King, I loved the process but not as much as they developed it since it only gets confusing for the unsubstantiated audience, I still really enjoyed it and it is worth giving it a try
No but yeah
I had loved the first two films hahaha but they really messed up with this one, there is no plot to get it out of, I spent a lot of time on my cell phone completely bored and I don't even remember half of what happened when I was not in the cellphone, they killed my love for Christmas romantic movies.
BUT OKAY ITS CHEESY AND CUTE AND I'D WATCH THE WHOLE SAGA ON HOLIDAYS AGAIN
The Knight Before Christmas (2019)
A cute and fool film
The vast majority of romantic Christmas movies are stupid but at least they are a guilty pleasure, this is a shame, nothing interesting and the big problem of returning is solved in a scene like "oh you're right although the whole movie was about that"
Anyway, yeah It was cute, funny, cheesy and romantic film that it's easy to watch with ice cream and pizza on a Saturday of December.