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Coco is the the project that I believe that Disney/Pixar has prayed for, with it being vibrant, rich in tradition and it having something for everybody in it.
A young boy, named Miguel loves music, but due to an event in his family's past, he's not allowed to play, listen to, nor have anything to do with music. However, Miguel is a plucky boy and attempts to play in a music contest, but in his attempt to 'borrow' a guitar from the mausoleum of his musical idol, he becomes one of the dead and gets taken to the Land of The Dead. From there, he must find a way to become human again, as well find a way back home. All through that, he meets some interesting characters, a man who may be connected to his family and maybe his idol isn't all who he's cracked up to be.
There are so many good things about this movie, it's hard to list them all.
For one, the music is amazing, these are the people who did Frozen, Winnie The Pooh and along with Michael Giacchino, they provide a memorable score, along with hummable songs. The visuals are also amazing, The Day of The Dead has always been very colorful and vibrant, and the animators really capture those feelings.
What else can I say, except that everything listed above is great, the voice-acting is also great, along with the story and just how much time, effort and care went into this movie.
Please see it if you haven't already, and if you have, see it a few more times, you will be glad you did.
Isn't It Romantic is a chuckle-worthy movie. Not very big laughs, but that's because it suffers what the majority of movies go through while promoting it and that's by giving away the best jokes within the trailers.
Ah well, it's nice to see Rebel Wilson get a leading role, instead of just a memorable supporting role and the message at the end is nice and is something that everyone should learn.
Other than that, this is a movie you can watch to kill some time and chuckle a bit, but you have to be fans of the actors or the director to really enjoy it.
This is easily one of the biggest movies in the history of film. If not for the story, then it's big for the cast. There's so many names in this cast, old and new, it's hard to say who the real star of the movie is. And that is what helps to make it work. If this wasn't an ensemble film, it wouldn't have been half as successful. The way everyone bounces off one another, either as a group or as one of the group bounces off another person that they bring into this crazy chase.
As one watches, the movie juggles so much, you can't help but watch it all the way through just to see how it ends. As it begins with someone kicking the bucket (both figuratively and literally), it ends with the oldest gag in the book, but it happens to someone who's been asking for it throughout the whole adventure, you can't help but laugh and laugh along with the whole ensemble.
All I can say is that this movie is hilarious, may it live on forever and may movie lovers enjoy it forever!
While this movie could also be remade today (and I'm sure it has been done already), it might not work as well as it did when it was first made. The human elements can still work (greed, love of money being the root of all evil, etc.) but technology has advanced so much, traveling has become easier to do so and a big part of the humor was with the traveling not being so easy, with two characters dealing with a drunk pi
Miracle is a film that portrays one of the greatest moments (if not the greatest) in sports history and along with portraying the time it took place (where America seemed to be at it's worst), both are portrayed fairly well. Sure there are little things that have been changed or fictionalized, but with Disney's name on it, you come to expect that sort of thing.
Other than that, the performances are good, with Kurt Russell really getting into the part of Herb Brooks and it was a genius move to get hockey players to play the parts of Team USA and their opponents going on the hunch that teaching hockey players to act would be easier than teaching actors on how to play hockey and that helps make the hockey playing look authentic.
Overall, Miracle can be used as an educational tool and also be viewed as an emotional heartfelt movie that will get anyone pumped while watching the U.S. v.s. Soviet Union hockey game of 1980.