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From a human point of view, if I wanted to look at the film, it was really a masterpiece that showed certain cortical problems
Children who inadvertently get into a series of misfortunes and meanwhile collapse
But Shiru was a child who, in addition to successive misfortunes, also faced successive good fortunes
From having a good family to getting lost in a remote city,
From finding food to being kidnapped,
From entering an environment full of pain and children like…
The film had good action and adventure scenes, The script was as weak as the previous film and did not work well in some twists and turns, In other words, the story did not have the same trend and caused the audience to move away from the characters.
The final form of Sonic was well illustrated and the new characters from the world of anteaters were also good.
In the end, it was too much chanting again and not a good ending to a story with Sonic potential.
I hope the black clover will be shown well in the next movie.
Charlie Chaplin's first completely eloquent film, The Two Stray Characters and Adolf Hitler, was well screened with a rift between them, criticizing the dictatorship at the time of the events and considering the absurdity and meaninglessness of the dictator's leaders, Charlie Chaplin's special comedy, His critiques of politics and government were interesting, finally with a speech he gave for his love, he gave the audience that hope of a better and more beautiful tomorrow. And the dialogue that I found most influential, the human soul has been poisoned by greed.
The film was a good critique of the absurdist and media age, a popular view based on misconceptions that originated from people like the characters in the film, the characterization of the film was generally good, although the film is more It was character-driven, the locations used and the filming were unparalleled, a story that at first seems more fantasy but over time reaches its highest point of bitter reality, which is a sign of the power of the script, the sense of suspense is well placed and Jack Gyllenhaal's monologues added to its beauty, fascinating and spectacular