"How do you like the bounty-hunting business? - Kill white people and get paid for it? What's not to like? "
Westerns are one of my favorite film genres, specially Sergio Leone, those are magnificent pieces of cinema in every way imaginable, so, the fact that Tarantino made a western made it a film I wanted to watch really bad and expectation where high.
On friday Quentin Tarantino was on the Charlie Rose show…
A very entertaining film indeed, Joss Whedon's strength has always been snappy dialogue, and this is no different, the way the characters ping-pong dialogue was a complete delight.
The action was well made, no better example than the 5 minute continuous shoot in the climax. 'The Avengers' is an amazing film, not the best comic book film but close, very close.
"No hard feelings Point Break, you've got a mean swing."
A very entertaining film for sure, the action is well pace and the characters are well though out. Whedon really knows how to empower female characters and 'Black Widow' is no exception.
The middle of the film drags a bit and there are.. I really don't know what to call them.. or 'plot holes' or 'lazy writing' but, I understand this…
After watching the film for a second time I stand by my original statement, this is the greatest trilogy I seen, hands down.
The Dark Knight Rises is the most ambitious super-hero film ever made, and in a way that is the biggest flaw of the film (an extra 30min and it could've been so much better).
Nolan conclusion to 'The Dark Knight Trilogy' is gorgeous, is epic, Bravo! Hans…
"We were in this together, and then you were gone. Now this evil... rises. The Batman has to come back."
Nolan conclusion to the Dark Knight trilogy is ambitious, is a satisfying finale to the story, but furthermore the conclusion to the journey of Bruce Wayne.
Looking back to the saga, this is more the inner struggle and fears of Bruce Wayne than the adventures of Batman. Bruce Wayne goes…
"You tell me where we start, where we're goin', where we goin' afterwards, I give you five minutes when we get there. Anything happens in that five minutes then I'm yours, no matter what. Anything a minute either side of that and you're on your own. I don't sit in while you're running it down. I don't carry a gun. I drive."…
"What did you expect, an exploding pen?"
What do you get when you put together director Sam Mendes and one of greatest franchises of all time? You get 'Skyfall'.
Is now 50 years of James Bond, and there is no better way to celebrated than a new adventure from 007. Sam Mendes brought the gorgeous cinematography from 'Road to Perdition' and the irony from 'American Beauty', adding a new dimension to Daniel Craig interpretation of James Bond.
The acting is…
"This time travel crap, just fries your brain like a egg."
I don't have a lot more to add from my first review of 'Looper', so, I'am just gonna add to that...
The whole make up in JGL face to look more like Bruce Willis was not distracting, actually it add to the continuity of what I was watching.
I now see, what so many people where saying about the little boy, he is very damn good, specially Johnson obvious…
"I'm from the future, go to China."
Rian Jhonson found the way to tell the complexity of a time travel story in a very simple manner that is not boring or completely full of plot holes.
'Looper' It's a smart action thriller that has laughs, shocks, and even some heartfelt moments. It's superbly acted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt and Jeff Daniels.
There are some very interesting twists and turns in 'Looper', Rian Jhonson took the time to create a very entertaining sci-fi film, that will be rewarding in multiple viewings.