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My ratings are result of the feelings I had watching the movie.
I have no words.
This was on my watchlist because of it's rate, so after quite time I was in the mood of a sci-fi move.
I knew from starting the movie that was going to be slow/silent. I was ok with that. Then the movie throw clips that the woman had a daughter and lost her by "some kind of cancer" (Unknown sickness, I guess).
These clips get in conflict with what comes later, the director tried but didn't worked for me.
Then boom! She became the super overpowered linguistic in the entire world, she even made CCP work with the USA (LoL) isn't this wonderful?
I feel bad for Newton, Einstein, Edison, Tesla. Who knew that a linguist could have such a weapon.
From the mid to the end of the movie I realized/noticed something, the movie tried to be like Nolan's film, it don't even try to hide. The problem is, the shots are terrible, the landscape/sets are bad and lifeless, the acting is flat, and the soundtrack is boring.
(Also, the movie has a lot, a lot of clips of her daughter, the thing is.. it's useless and meaningless)
Overall it's a overrated/overhyped movie, I give 2/10 only because I liked the Heptapod language idea.
This movie is so bad that makes Idiocracy a masterpiece.
Some say it's dark story now but no, is not even close of how dark 2016 Jungle Book is.
Shere Khan murdered Akela there, in this movie I just feel pity for Shere.
CGI is really a thing which made me dislike the movie, is so bizarre. Human faces in animals body, pretty scary sometimes. In 2016 was like real animals with the max emotions a animal can do.
I like how Mowgli "encounter" the humans and try to be part of them. It's so poor the relation of him with Raksha and the pack of wolves that his new relation to the woman who cared him is more deeply.
Dances with Wolves (1990)
I've never seen a film about the native tribes during the Civil War, and Dance with Wolves is the first and amazing one.
I liked a lot the friendship between "Dance with Wolves" and "Wind in his Hair", Rodney Grant makes so easy to like him.
I just don't like that the conflict comes too later, but I think it was necessary for he build confidence with the Sioux.
After watching I couldn't stop saying "Tatanka" :D
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019)
No reason need for this.
I do watched the first and this is so bad that makes the first not so.
The script have huge holes, CGI=meh, and overall is a bad.
I'm so amazed by this.
First: I normally don't see the synopsis of or anything about old/classic/well-rated films, so I can be entertained and away of some kind of spoiler.
In 30 min I literally mind blown away, and I was like "That's so cool".
What can I say? Great film.
Full of good action scenes, but lack of story.
One thing I would like to share, when John enter in N.Y library, my first thought was "I would spent a lot time reading in that library", then when John talk with the librarian I said "la Divina Commedia please". When Ernest said verses from Inferno, *waw* I got crazy :D