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One more of the fantastic movies from Peter Jackson
"Ola." After a long 10-year break, Peter Jackson returns better than ever with another debut from the fantastic world of the Hobbits.
Even 10 years after The Return of the King, there are few visual improvements, what for one side demonstrates the great quality he had always guaranteed on the big screen.
It's a film that awakens our senses and leaves us glued to the screen for almost 3 hours, and nevertheless it makes us feel hungry for more.
Throughout the film, we understand many things that happened during The Lord of the Rings, and that's interesting for those who followed the trilogy: how Bilbo gets the sword he later gives Frodo, why the Dwarfs don't like the Elves, and how Bilbo found the ring.
A film filled with magic and adventure, for the young and the old, and that shows us that even in fairy tales (or elf tales), Heroes go through a lot of suffering
The best animation movie I've seen in the last years!
"Olá." I only saw this film a year after its debut. It features a fantastic Stop-motion work and is a great lesson for everyone.
Aimed at children, eye-catching due to all the amazing puppets, which look fantastic, and all its colour scheme, it also shows that we should not judge a person because she is different from us.
There's the example of Norman, a boy who's a bit different from other children his age, mocked by all and discredited by his parents, and later was able to show that all of them were wrong, by being the only one able to solve the dreaded curse of the witch .
I particularly liked the excellent Stop-Motion work by Laika, as well as the great storyline.
This film, despite its paranormal theme, is captivating and leaves us glued to the screen, surprising us at every moment!