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AN ACCEPTABLE FAIRY TAIL /
Films with a lack of attention for some details, a plot with a lot of holes, little emphasis and poor characterization of the characters, except for their features that distinguish them. In the end, Buck captures the whole attention, making him the true and only interpreter of the story; worth mentiong the incredible work in making these beasts so realistic and characteristic, with a beautiful and smart use of the CGI. Hopes were for something more, but the result is still acceptable, since it entertains and intrigues without problems.
GOOD MOVIE THAT ENTERTAINS WITHOUT TOO MANY PRETENSIONS /
Bad Boys for Life, represents the right piece of the saga. With the right humor to which we are accustomed, the film makes space between old-fashioned and well-made scenes, thanks above all to the couple who breaks out Smith-Lawrence. Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah certainly know how to direct a film and they do it simply, honoring entertainment. Unfortunately, although well-made, the film is flawed in what can be defined as "overabundance" and "concise", a flaw that is present in one or the other way in contexts where one or the other was needed / no needed, a bit of an imbalance. At the end, Bad Boys for Life is entertaining, good and it makes time pass in a snap of fingers; a good movie that entertains without too many pretensions.
A SINCERE AND MOVING STORY /
A pure and exciting adventure that tells one of the strongest and most moving stories known. Effective direction, with well-set ideas to better enjoy the adventure; film that marries beautifully with Willem Dafoe who captures the scene with his charisma and who makes his friendship with Togo a tear-jerking chemistry; story told with sincerity and finally honoring the true hero Togo, without taking anything away from Balto. A good job without pretensions and easily placeable as a Disney's classic.
NO DENIAL: IT'S GOOD AND WELL DONE /
Certainly not one of the most compelling films of the year, but it certainly has returned to the dear old style that Guy Ritchie has accustomed us all. Although everything may seem redundant and not really original when watching, the film offers a perfect characterization of the characters (also due to the excellent actor performances), well-prepared contextualization and a plot with a logical thread never broken. It is entertaining, funny and gritty: simply a good job.
AN UNPRECEDENTED ANIMATED CULT /
An unprecedented cult in the history of cinema. Akira hits straight to the mark with an overwhelming and enigmatic story, allegorically shedding light on some significant aspects. Living in a dystopian world, Akira succeeds with the impeccable and original direction of Katsuhiro Ôtomo, expressing his potential to the fullest, laying the foundations for all the films that came after and to come. While watching, it's easy to forget that it is an animated film, but something that goes beyond all comprehensions. Perfect.