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Harry Potter 7.2 Review
THE EPIC has finally arrived.
It is a film is shocking, touching and gorgeous. So I trust that will receive nominations and awards it deserves. And I say "I trust" because I fear that ultimately it is not. In the juries of the prestigious awards always occasional stuffy academic who thinks that action films with special effects deserve only technical awards (photography, special effects, makeup ...). Then there are the popular awards where the public can vote, but there are too many girls with hormones to lose their heads dislocated by fangs and a naked torso. I know that our comments that some are afraid that the good reviews make us believe exaggerated expectations which lead to a huge disappointment after seeing the film. To you I say, in my humble opinion, this is the best film of the saga and one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. Others walk a little angry that many scenes have been leaked and I thought I had seen the movie almost complete. Well, I can tell you have not seen anything ... The first thing I will be interpretations favorably surprised. I've read somewhere criticism from professional critics in a totally different, but they have their opinion and I mine. Certainly not for anything I recommend a movie with professional critics. After the film, have remained cool as the breath of a Dementor, and then they said to one another in whispers that they liked the movie.
The leading trio curdles his best performance, and Daniel is fabulous. As for the side, Maggie Smith and Matthew Lewis literally eat the screen every time they appear. No need for me to say, but what good is Helena Bonham Carter! When does Hermione, Emma seems to have taken possession of his body. And Alan Rickman ... well, his performance is masterful. It would be a crime that did not receive the recognition he deserves for his performance in this film. There's a scene in which Snape invented visits the house of Godric's Hollow after the attack of Voldemort ... No Kleenex in the world able to wipe many tears ...
The soundtrack is the best in the series, with a winning combination of new songs with the classic and magical Hedwig's theme. Unlike the first part, the editing is good (finally!). The photography and special effects are excellent, but the rapid pace at which advances the action and force of argument make do not look too much. There were times I thought being swallowed by the dragon burned by the fire in the Room of Requirement, or that my soul was going to be snatched by a Dementor. Although there has been a good experience.
The argument is quite faithful to Rowling's text, although they sacrifice stories like Dumbledore's family. With respect to licenses that takes the writer on the book, I think you will like. These are things that Rowling did not write, but I could have written that could have happened in this fictional universe. I'll talk more about them when everyone has seen the film. The future I am a couple of characters takes a different tack in the film. There are a couple surprises, a couple that many will like. I like it, of course.
For a long time I thought that if they dared to retractable my favorite of the series ("I will join you when hell freezes over. Dumbledore's Army"), screenwriter and pursue the curse cruciate tortured, but I forgiven because it substitutes a very moving speech (more of a rally) Neville. I understand that the change was necessary to give spectacular final duel. And speaking of the final duel and battle, I'm not at all agree with comments like those of Philip Womack, The Telegraph, in the sense that the battle in the movie better than the book. Womack describes the battle written by Rowling as a "damp squib" and says the film correct "the deficiencies of Rowling's writing." If the last chapters were written by a damp squib Rowling, now one would be interested in seeing the film and Warner would have to hire scavengers to capture fans and forcing them to enter the theaters. And it seems that is what will happen. We must be clear that literature and film have different languages and resources, and a resource that works in a book does not necessarily work on screen, and vice versa. The important thing is to convey the same feelings and emotions. For me, the book and the film are two of the best contemporary cultural products, each in its kind. I hope you enjoy the movie, scream and get excited. Rowling dedicated one of his books to his family because "make magic" their world. Thanks J. K. Rowling magic for making our world, for having given us this story in the lights and shadows struggling in the depths of the human soul and which shows are our decisions that shape our destiny.
Applaud JK Rowling, David Yates, David Heyman and Steve Kloves: BRING TO THIS WORLD OF MAGIC AS IS HARRY POTTER!
(As for 3D, comply at all is made in 3D See it in 3D, I have said this better in IMAX 3D format.)
FINAL SCORE: 10 STARS / 10.
OUR HARRY HAS FINALLY GRADUATED.
The Green Hornet (2011)
Ya se que la película aun no sale, pero vivo en Los Angeles y acá pasaron la premier 2 semanas antes del estreno.
Bueno para empezar, The Green Hornet o en español El Avispon Verde las actuaciones son espectaculares de Seth Rogen y Jon Chu son increíblemente bien desarrolladas, bien basadas en el comic.
Pero la cinta como toda cinta fallida basada en un comic recae en el clímax de la historia.
Cameron Diaz no resalta en esta película, Christoph Waltz si resulta una actuación pero no recae basado en el personaje del comic.
En fin la película tiene fallas pero tiene un espectacular 3D y sin duda no decepcionará a los fans del comic