Captivating in every emotion with technically stunning, with dazzling choreography matching an unforgettable score. A musical film stands proudly above all that had been done in its past and its future.
Richard Linklater spends over a decade to make this film is truly remarkable and extraordinary view in a big scope yet focuses chronologically in a streamline of life. This film is more than about a boy coming of age story, but it is rather an experience and the performance resonating from every character in this film are so well written and relies on the page, sometimes it almost feels like a documentary. Boyhood is intimately heartwarming, original, witty and funny.
The visual spectacular, breathtaking cinematography and the realism of the animation are just the icing on the cake for Dean DeBlois sequel. How to train your dragon 2 soars and outshines the original, exploring deeper and wider into their world in regardless of their characters that never cease to impress. At its core, this animation is a very mature film for a top quality family-friendly. Very well done story and surprising emotional film.
Melissa McCarthy is really good as a comedian, but Tammy feels like she is being typecast and the effort from her as a writer and actress was not satisfying. The characters are not relatable and the story is very convoluted.