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Awful. Hopefully, they don't produce 4 & 5
This is, by far, the worst Harry Potter Cinematic Universe movie. The whole movie feels unimportant, even that last scene (where conflict should be resolved) felt rushed and sloppy. I love Mads Mikkelsen but GOD how I've missed Johnny Deep.... he was THE star of this saga.
We get to see how a magic criature choses the most important position in the magic world. Why?? We just don't know why, we just present you a weird animal and we make it look like it's important.
The conflict between Dumbledore and Grindelwald felt like they were an old marriage trying to get a divorce. It was so lame! I wanted to see action, spells! Not endless dialogues without meaning... There is something else. People had a good few laughs at the cinema. I don't know if it's only me but, when I go to the cinema to watch a HP movie, I DON'T WANT TO LAUGH, I wanna see action, drama, powerful fights. Insted, in this movie we have some silly moments (mostly by Jacob -Dan Fogler come back to The Walking Dead-) just so kids can laugh. The script was atrocious.
Competencia oficial (2021)
A fantastic argentinian-spanish movie
I think I've never laughed in the cinema as hard as I did today. The three performances were incredible, Penelope Cruz was the most impressive because I saw her in a completely different character from what she normally does. But Oscar Martínez and Antonio Banderas are also fantastic and extremely funny. Their feud during the film shows, in a very clever way, how directors usually deal with actors and actresses' egos.
Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn are truly the best filmakers Latin America can offer. Their films are exquisite. Bravo!
One of the best movies of 2021. "The dirtier the better"
Definitely a must watch. 4 of the best performances I've ever seen in my life, seriously, acting weirdly gets better than this. I truly want to recognize that this is an independent film, with no millionaire budget and special effects, just with what cinema truly is: the art of emotion. Thanks Fran Kranz for putting some light into a very dark subject: mass school shootings, certainty a topic that the US society must address it as a whole.
Please I hope Ann Dowd gets an Oscar for this, if she doesn't I really don't know what someone has to do to get one. In fact, Jason Isaacs, Martha Plimpton and Reed Birney all deserve Oscar nominations. Fran Kranz should also be nominated for his powerful script, any actor should be pleased to work with those monologues.
Her acting here is amazing. Even though I'm not loving this season (especially Laura's character, who is super forced), this episode about Bradley actually worked. I liked her scenes with Cory and her brother in the hotel... It's important we have some more background on her. I really like her character.
The Power of the Dog (2021)
The Power of Cinema (Mar del Plata's 2021 Film Festival)
Despite having to think -a lot- about the film's ending, I loved it. Jane Campion really thought out of the box. I found it super interesting, and I'll always be willing to support movies with smart plot twists, just like this one. Kristen Dunst is outstanding, I couldn't turn my eyes away from her. Benedict Cumberbatch (pls now give him a heterosexual part) portrays THE cowboy, just what you would have expected of him. Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smith-McPhee are also great.
Yes, despite having a very slowly first half, I was completely submerged in the movie, and that's because of the fantastic script and direction. I must also mention the COSTUME DESIGN!!! Those clothes... super realistic and beautiful. Great job.
For the very first time: I cried during a World Beyond episode, unimaginable
Natalie Gold (Lyla) is fantastic. That scene when she talks about her family, wow! The script! The TWD Universe has always casted the best actors and actresses.
I also agree with the ones who say 'More Jadis, less Iris'. What an annoying character for Christ sake. Jadis has become such an interesting character since we last saw her on TWD's 9x05. I hate Huck, and I know the actress can't stop making those ugly faces (which are very annoying) but her character has had some good development. She'll probably die in the season finale, as some sort of 'redemption'.
This show has been doing it really good these last episodes... I hope it keeps that way. I hated the first season, but this one is so much better...
I loved this episode, from start to finish, something that has never happened with a TWD:WB episode. Real tension here. The music worked fantastically, and that post-credit scene was amazing!! Finally we got to see Pollyanna McIntosh's Jadis/Anne from TWD, I really hope we are close to see some Rick content.
Ironically, Iris wasn't cringe in this episode, and Silas wasn't annoying like he usually is. I do hope some of them die, we need to see some more violent content in this show...
El prófugo (2020)
El Prófugo/The Intruder (2020) esp/eng
El Prófugo fue seleccionada como la película argentina que representará al cine de nuestro país en la próxima ceremonia de los Premios Oscars, en la categoría de 'Mejor Película Extranjera'. A pesar de una rara edición, y ciertos momentos lentos en el guión, El Prófugo no decepciona al ser una verdadera película de horror argentino, una película que juega con la cabeza del espectador en todo momento, haciéndola algo innovadora para nuestro cine nacional. Vayan a verla! Además: Érica Rivas cautiva con su rol protagónico (de hecho, por segundo año consecutivo su película fue la preseleccionada), y bueno, Cecilia Roth siempre brilla. 8/10.
The Intruder was selected as the picture that will represent Argentina in the 'Best Foreign Film' at the 2022 Oscars. Despite some slow script parts, and a very weird editing, The Intruder is a truly great horror picture, a movie that will absolutely play with your mind, at any time. Érica Rivas is fantastic in her role, she portrays a very shady character in the most empathetic way (besides, for 2nd consecutive year her picture is selected at the Oscar-contender). Cecilia Roth is (as usual) amazing too. 8/10.
Grey's Anatomy: Look Up Child (2021)
When did grey's become SO awfully political?? It's not that I disagree with Jackson's monologue (or his purpose), it's just so unreal, weird and not genuine. Horrible farewell for a beloved character.
The Walking Dead: For Blood (2021)
A very dark and nail-biting episode. But I'm so done with cliffhangers.
I liked this first finale of this eleventh season. The plot of Meridian and the Reapers made me remember of the war with the Governor in season 4. But just enough of cliffhangers, AMC still hasn't llearned and it pisses me off. Bunch of thieves. I must say the acting on TWD is still very good, Jesus Lynn Collins is absolutely amazing, I really hope she continues in the show, love her!
On the other hand we have the Alexandria's storyline, I also liked this one but I do believe Aaron and Carol deserved more screen time in this episode, they are barely on it. This part is owned by Christian Serratos and Cailey Fleming (two fantastic actresses), real tension there too!
I cried because of Cailey Fleming.
What a fantastic actress. Her scene with Rosita/Christian Serratos is gut-wrenching. So is Melissa McBride's acting, but we already know that.
DISCLAIMER: for those who are very angry about the show for not getting enough 'action' let me remind you this is a DRAMA series (we need character development, people paying about their actions and human conflict) this isn't some Marvel or DC bulls***. Please go watch Spiderman or something, go away!!!
In episode 11x05 'Out of the Ashes' we get to see every plot about this last season. We get to see Maggie and Negan's conflict, we see Carol and the Alexandria's group searching for food, Eugene and The Commonwealth and finally, Judith and Rosita getting things in shape at home. Episode 11x06 looks VERY promising, hope it doesn't disappoint us...
Everything's getting together real fast! We are only 3 episodes left to the end of part 1 of Season 11. #sad.
Three Plot Holes Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Don't get me wrong. I really enjoyed this movie, but the fact I enjoyed it doesn't overshadow the difficulties this movie had.
Frances McDormand and (specially) Sam Rockwell are fantastic. They both deserved those Oscars. So do the rest of the cast.
The movie had some issues with the consequences to the characters' actions. No reprisals were taken when Mildred burned down the police station, or when mr. Dixon beats the s*** out of that kid... I could go on. Despite all of this, I think it is a great movie, worth-watching.
Manchester by the Sea (2016)
LOVED the MOVIE - DIDN'T LIKE the LEAD ACTOR
I think I might be the only person in the planet who thinks this but, I found Casey Affleck suuuper boring and unemotional. It is very sad because I really wanted to enjoy 100% this picture, but I couldn't because of him.
However, Olivia Williams is outstanding, as always. And Lucas Hedges did it pretty good too. The cinematography and script work fantastically here... so there goes my 6.5 out of 10.
The Walking Dead: Rendition (2021)
Pope scares the s*** out of me
What a fantastic introduction to the Reapers. I think this is an important episode, not just to introduce this new group to the show, but also because it makes episode 10x18 ('Find Me') even more important (I personally enjoyed that one a lot). Lynn Collins and Ritchie Coster are amazing in this episode. So do the cinematography (better and better) and the soundtrack, Bear McCreary has always done an amazing job.
'Rendition' is full of drama and action moments... I thinks it is much better than the previous episode, 11x03 'Hunted'.
I hope the show keeps raising the bar higher and higher, we only deserve that for the last season.
REAL DRAMA IN TWD IS BACK! Maggie's episode.
I just came here to say: thanks god Lauren Cohan is back because Maggie's adding something SUPER necessary to the show. That scene when she decides to not help that guy (who ended up dying in a very tragic way) is AMAZING, that's the kind of scenes I personally would like to see more of in the show, real drama, believable drama. I also would like to point Alden's behavior there... I think it's great for the show to generate different sides of a particular situation.
Also, that scene when Maggie explains why she came back 'harder' or 'colder' is fantastic. Not only for her acting but for the scary story itself.
Despite the episode had some slow parts, I liked Acheron Part I & (especially) Part II... Great way to start this final season.
Btw: I'll watch the whole season ilegally because here in Latin America they won't broadcast the show anymore... They've always cared about the money, nothing else, remember that.
El Reino (2021)
Como argentino, me mata escribir esto. Horrible. Temporada 1
Por donde empezar con este desastre. Argentina necesitaba pisar más fuerte en las plataformas de streaming, con producciones propias. Sobre todo porque estábamos muy en desventaja con, por ejemplo, España y México. El problema es que si es ésto lo que nuestro país tiene para mostrar al exterior... estamos perdidos.
Arranco con lo que me pareció -bueno- de la serie, que es poco: 1) El soundtrack. Funcionó bastante bien para 'añadirle' ciertos momentos de drama/tensión a la serie. Rescato la idea de poner la canción de Cazzu en la intro, se la jugaron y quedó bien.
2) El diseño de producción, quizás lo mejor de la serie. Nadie puede negar que los ámbitos en donde se desarrolla la serie son verdaderamente hermosos, y sobre todo, creíbles. Las imágenes en Jujuy, la iglesia, el hogar de niños, la fiscalía, la cárcel, el lanzamiento de campaña en el Faena Hotel, los carteles, etc... Hay un buen trabajo de investigación (y plata también) ahí.
3) ALGUNAS actuaciones, no todas. Creo que todos cuando leímos quiénes iban a participar de 'El Reino' nos emocionamos. La gran mayoría de los actores que participan de la serie son personas de renombre nacional. Personalmente rescato positivamente a Diego Peretti, Mercedes Morán, Joaquín Furriel y Nancy Dupláa, en ese orden.
Ahora sí, lo malo: 1) El guión. Creo que lo peor. Verdaderamente me sorprendió saber que esto llevaba el sello de Marcelo Piñeyro y Claudia Piñeiro, dos escritores de renombre y altamente premiados. Había diálogos que eran completamente inentendibles e innecesarios, muchas veces se intentó 'romantizar' o 'evangelizar' un lenguaje que hizo que se alejara muchísimo de cómo hablamos en Argentina. Además, varios personajes mostraron grandes inconsistencias a lo largo de los 8 capítulos. Muchos momentos bizarros, o que provocaron extrema-vergüenza ajena: Mercedes Morán gritando 'el demonio es la política', Vera Spinetta hablando en neutro, ente otros..
2) Otras actuaciones. Muchas veces por primar un apellido se le saca un trabajo a otro actor que quizás hubiera hecho un mejor trabajo. Pobre Peter Lanzani, le dieron un papel súper difícil, pero mirarlo se me hizo increíblemente bizarro y aburrido (alargar todos los 'nnnnnno' no te convierte en tartamudo).
3) La idea de incluir ciencia ficción. ¿Qué pensaban los autores de la serie en incluir a un personaje que tiene poderes sobrenaturales? No entiendo. Le resta seriedad y legitimidad a una serie que -al menos creo que intenta- ser un drama político. 'El Pescado' fue una muy mala idea.
4) La gran cantidad de estereotipos presentes en la serie. No me siento ofendido por el trato que se le dió a los evangélicos a lo largo de la serie, porque no soy religioso. Pero cualquiera podría y debería darse cuenta que el personaje siniestro del pastor violador y pedófilo está bastante gastado. El personaje de Furriel también es bastante poco original, el típico jefe de campaña dispuesto a todo, etc.
5) La poca importancia que se le dio a la política, para ser un drama político. Nunca se mencionó quién era el tipo que el pastor Pena termina nombrando como su vicepresidente, no sabemos quiénes son sus contrincantes ni qué piensan, no hemos visto al pastor hacer campaña de ningún tipo. La serie nunca sale más allá de su zona de comfort, que es la iglesia.
6) El hecho de dejar la serie tan abierta. El cliffhanger del final estuvo bueno, hay que reconocerlo, pero la idea de esperar ¿1 año? Para volver a saber qué sucede con los personajes es agotadora. Los únicos personajes que tuvieron su cierre fueron Remigio (que se 'suicidó'), Tadeo y Jonathan aka el Pescado (que fueron a predicar La Palabra a Bolivia, y esperemos que por favor no vuelvan en la 2da temporada).
The Walking Dead: Scars (2019)
Michonne murdering those kids ... Real drama
This is a heartbreaking episode (that last scene with their hug!!), a proof of Michonne's anger and mistrust during the second part of season 9. Besides being beautifully portrayed by Danai Gurira and Cailey Fleming, the script MAKES SENCE. It gives us an explanation of what really happened during that six years' time jump in episode (9x05) What Comes After, after Rick's exit.
This is what makes TWD a great show, showing extremely hard-to-watch moments...that no other drama on TV will ever show.
Made me bite my tongue and swallow my own words...
Yes. That was amazing. Very unexpected. I have to be honest, I wasn't loving this show but this ending... It fulfilled my expectations and so much more.
Pray Away (2021)
Not pushy enough.
Let's be clear here. We have a bunch of people (former leaders of this bloody organizations) talking about what the horrible 'ex-gay' movement did to them, which is something undeniable. Horrible things have been made in God's name, including this 21st Century anti-gay fascists groups, we all know that. But what actually pisses me off is the lack of remorse some of this people show. I want you to question something to yourself: What about those who are no longer with us? What about the ones who took their own life because they couldn't take it anymore? Who will pay for them? I'm sorry, but crying isn't enough. This may be (some sort of) a beggining, but it isn't enough. And I do think there will always be blood on their hands.
Btw. US people: you have a serious problem with this situation. 2021 and you still have 0 legislation that forbid converted therapy, people preaching for ex-gay movements, etc. Clock's ticking, lives are at stake. Act now.
Boy Erased (2018)
As a gay man, this was a nightmare
Boy Erased show us what the conversion therapies can be: a complete disaster for mental health, a robbery and a lie for the families, of course, led by the corrupt church and fascists.
I think acting weirdly gets better than this. Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe made fantastic performances, all Oscar-worthy.
The problem with the movie is that it isn't as moving as it could possibly be. The script and direction I think are the problem. It just wasn't enough emotion to show how destructive this therapy can be for young people. Yes, the scenes at the conversion 'center' were powerful but there wasn't any more repercussion of what the characters were living. I was very interesting in getting to know the other boys, but we simply didn't have the chance.
I think the movie is between a 7 and an 8 but I put an 8 because of the original material and the necessity of telling this type of stories.
Especially the last question. Which scene of the show do you think it deserves an award? Khary Payton said he couldn't believe how Melissa McBride and Lennie James don't have an Emmy for their performances in TWD. Hey Khary, I can't believe it either! #TVAcademyIsBS.
Acting weirdly gets better than this
What an amazing episode. Amazingly written, directe and thought. The idea of giving Elektra her own episode is fantastic, we needed more of her character. Poor Dominique Jackson, SO snubbed at the Emmy's, their loss. Anyway, thank you POSE for this fantastic episode, and thank you for teaching us, so much.
In the Valley of Elah (2007)
Besides the American propaganda and some slow parts... A good movie
Besides the "yeah yeah we were bombing Irak to bring democracy bla bla bla" (US was never interested in bringing democracy in any part of the world) I thought it was a very intelligent way to show what the war does to soldiers. Cruelty, dehumanization, massacres. It was interesting for me to see another point of view of the same process, the war in Irak. I think the metaphor about 'David and Goliath' reflects a different idea of what 'an enemy' is. Sometimes, societies portray an outsider enemy, but in reality, sometimes the enemy is inside our own countries, even inside those who must protect us.
Tommy Lee Jones gives an amazing performance, and so do Susan Sarandon (as usual) and Charlize Theron.
I think the flashbacks were a good idea, that heartbreaking scene when 'Mike' kills a young boy represents what the war means, what the war does to soldiers. The movie has some slower parts, especially those with TLJ's character, which causes the viewer to lose interest a bit. Overall, a sad, true, raw and well-acted movie.
Reese Witherspoon owns this show
Her acting is truly amazing. Absolutely robbed by the Academy.
Mare of Easttown: Poor Sisyphus (2021)
SOME improvements, but only some
The Siobhan's storyline is completely out of place, if it is completely irrelevant for the ending I will lower my score, but I must say... the scene where Helen (Mare's mother) gets hit by the door was absolutely HILARIOUS, I LOVE Jean Smart's character.
They keep making mistakes with some scenes with no sense. Why is the guy from the hospital WALKING? Like no, you were shot in the chest a few days ago, but he is walking like nothing happened. He should be death btw. What happened with the guy who shot him?? Is he in prison? They didn't keep showing him after questioning him.
What it's sad about this show is that it is FULL OF STEREOTYPES. Oh, a weird guy is kidnapping young girls in a small town, groundbreaking. The werid and rapist father? Church trying to cover everything? Try harder!
What's positive about this episode is that we get to see a little bit about Mare's son, that scene was very powerful and beautifully acted, I really liked it.