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I didn't understand a sh....
I went to see this movie because I was waiting an exciting adventure with great visuals, but since I knew that a sequel for the original Transformers was coming I released that the story would be as incoherent as the first movie, and I was right. In fact i felt slept during the projection. Yes, the movie includes amazing fx and action sequences but those are not exciting. And the reason is because the plot of the movie is one of the worst written I've ever seen in an American movie. First, why the hell there is a woman transformer, something like Terminator 3. Then, it is supposed that only a Prime can kill another Prime, but in the movie Optimus Prime is killed by a Decepticon... I think. And Finally I never understood why all the adventure finish in Egypt and why there is and 30 minute fight. I mean, is awesome but it has no reason. Also, something I hated since the first movie is the inclusion of the American army; for me it's like some kind of exaltation for joining American teens into the army. In conclusion, this a movie without a coherent plot that means the cancer of the American cinema...
Bajo la sal (2008)
The same problem of almost every Mexican movies
I've just finished watching this movie at home because of the poor distribution that had when it was released at Mexican theaters. The fact is that it is a very good movie for Mexican standards, if not the best released during 2008, even I liked more than Arrancame la Vida; the main reason because I enjoyed this movie is because it maintains the suspense that a thriller should have, especially during the last 15 minutes when we discover who is the killer. Also the movie has excellent production values, good acting and an excellent editing. The problem are the development of the characters, which is the problem of many Mexican movies; we never care about them and is the same if they die or not, if the win or not. The actors do they job very well but the have to follow the script, so they can't make characters who make connection with audiences. I think the Mexican screenwriters should learn how to develop better characters so they make them for us enjoyable. If this movie had that, it would be an excellent Mexican product... ahhhh! and also the movie has holes on the plot. For the next time I recommend director Mario Muñoz take notes from this advices and will be able to make a masterpiece.