Brazilian, 19. More movies to watch than time to watch them. Writing in english for practice
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There are a few movies that I recall feeling immensely hyped for, eagerly waiting for trailers, or even the tiniest bit of new info, up until the cathartic moment to watch them in theaters would finally come. Batman v Superman. All the Avengers movies, but mainly Endgame. Spider-Man: No Way Home. And, of course, Disney's new Star Wars trilogy. But the most excited I have ever been for a film in my entire life, with no doubt, was with The…
Pixar's new movie Lightyear is not that bad, to be honest, carrying a charismatic protagonist, stunning visuals, some funny moments (specially for kids) and exciting action. But it's also far away from being worthy of the slightest comparison to the company's past successes.
Except for the Hawthornes and Sox, the side characters are unbearable and simply stupid, even for kids. And the film seems to lean on a few too complicated concepts for a not that deep story overall. So…
Vengence won’t change the past. Mine or anyone else's. I have to become more. People need hope.
Almost 10 years after the last live-action solo film of a character with many different versions portrayed in cinema, The Batman stands out as a unique, fresh take on the hero, adapting the world and the stories within it to a new level of depth that relates fittingly to our society.
Along with astonishing cinematography and music, and an outstanding cast with shining,…
Even after enjoying the first movie, I gotta say I was not ready for how excited I was going to feel watching Top Gun: Maverick.
A perfect blockbuster experience, cinema at its finest, inviting the audience to electrifying action sequences (all of them), captained by the unstoppable force of stardom that is Tom Cruise in his journey filled with adrenaline, but also a surprising amount of emotion.
It's already one of my favorites of the year. For a while I haven't felt this invested and thrilled in a movie theater. No pun intended (or not), the film took my breath away.