I can’t remember the last time that I enjoyed a road trip movie this much. It has a great storytelling, acting and script.
I loved how much the characters evolve during those two months, always learning from each other.
Definitely, one of my favorites of last year.
This short animated film made me cry a lot, and it's my favorite from this year's Academy Awards shortlist. It's a nostalgic, depressing, hopeful and enjoyable rollercoaster of emotions in around eight minutes of storytelling.
Believe me, you're not going to regret watching this. But maybe, maybe you won't want to watch it again.
It's no secret that I like animation a lot, no matter if it's in a movie format, or series, or shorts, or whatever. Since the awards season begun, I was looking forward to watch the ones that had more chance to be nominated to the Academy Awards, and this is one of those who made it to the final list.
Wi-Fi Ralph (as it was called in my country) is not as charming as the first one, but that is…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Cuando alguien habla de "ver el cuadro completo", lo primero que viene a mi mente es Marvel Studios. Durante diez años han producido películas y series que funcionan de manera individual, cada una con su propio género y narrativa, pero dejando algunas conexiones aquí y allá para hacerle entender al público que todo está sucediendo en un mismo universo.
Sin embargo, estas producciones siempre han tenido la misma constante: sus antagonistas suelen ser personajes con motivaciones débiles y eso propicia…