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A two hour and seventeen minute spectacle that is sure to last for the ages!
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" kicks off right after the devastating ending Part 1 left us in: Peeta is under full recovery from his hijacking and the war of Panem is slowly unleashing. It's up to Katniss and the new squad called Squad 451 to take down the Capitol. Here they--and the audience--go through lots of insane moments, traumatizing scenes, horrifying action sequences and...emotional, emotional, emotional casualties.
It's obvious that Mockingjay Part 2 is the best movie of the saga, by far. It's incredibly well-made for a "popcorn" movie and its stakes are at its highest. The acting: Everyone owns each scene they're on, but, if you ask me: Jennifer Lawrence gives the best portrayal of Katniss she has ever made (yeah, even better than Catching Fire, and she at least deserves a Golden Globe nomination to be fair) and Peeta's character arc is now at its fullest and its tremendous. Effie, Finnick, Haymitch and Johanna were the emotionally intriguing targets of the movie. They really seemed to be enjoying every, damn scene (Johanna keeps stealing the show every time).
And now, after a beautiful costumes and awesome make-ups (Tigris' physical appearance blew away all of my senses), great cinematography and awe-inspiring visual and sound effects, to edge-of-your-seat action scenes, crazy chills, goosebumps, cries (R.I.P Prim, Finnick and Boggs) and jump-scares, the movie reaches its climax and it's funny because it's one of those movies where you think it's gonna end one way and it completely turns the table in a ten-second scene that just leaves you saying "What the hell has just happened? Everything was going well!". The ending finished my already-emotionally-drained-and-destroyed head, but it was a crowd-pleaser so, yeah, I ain't spoiling anything. You have to see it to believe it.
Mockingjay Part 2 finished the saga in the best way possible and gives everyone something worth loving it for. It's one of the best movies of the year and it's the best saga conclusion I've seen since Harry Potter. Amazing!
Unbelievably, the series closes with an intensely climatic, conclusive 40 minutes that made me run out of my breath for a couple of minutes.
Does the Twilight Saga have a seriously, painfully annoying conclusion? Believe it or not, it's actually pretty decent! So The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn- Part 2 starts off where the almost- to-be-awful Part 1 ended: Bella wakes up her inner vampire, is trained, she meets Renesmee and is able to touch her for the first time, beating the crap out of Jacob, due to past events that happened in Part 1 (imprint), Edward teaches Renesmee to play the piano, the Volturi beat the hell out of a Japanese vampire and Irina allegates they did some crime for bringing in an immortal child. I have to admit, Condon starts the conclusion to the Twilight mania kind of slow but builds up to a great momentum, presenting really interesting characters like Tanya, Garrett, Kebi and now, Nahuel. So what made me say like my second WOW! in the entire franchise (first being the bloody birth scene in Part 1) was the last battle. Really, almost everybody died and I was like "What in the freaking world am I watching?!" because it was so sadistic and epic, I was forced to look into the ticket to see if I was watching an actual TWILIGHT movie....but apparently, that extraordinarily intense moment was all a vision, which relieved me a lot (Watching Carlisle get his head ripped off, Jasper have his head chopped off and Seth and Leah die is not easy to overcome). IN SHORT WORDS, BREAKING DAWN- PART 2 sends off what TWILIGHT would've been since the beginning: bad-ass vampires chopping off heads and fighting for their lives, wolves allying in epic proportions, earth cracks breaking and shattering with the profundity to the Earth's core sending vamps to hell, quality romantic scenes and fire everywhere, all forced into a single, chaotic battle scene.
Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)
A Gigantic Masterpiece
Gonna be honest over here: 'Mirror Mirror' was one of the worst movies I have ever seen and by this, I was so unmotivated and so uninspired to see 'Snow White and the Huntsman', until my girlfriend forced me to do so, like she did for Twilight, thinking I was going to be bored to tears: I regret my thoughts. The movie is hugely brutal and a flat-out masterpiece by itself. 1. THE QUEEN: Charlize Theron really took out the limitless evil from Ravenna unlike any Queen portrayal. She, as always, was one of the best characters throughout the movie. She does know how to die melting :) 2. SNOW WHITE: I gotta say something I never thought I was gonna say in my life: Kristen Stewart really showed to the audience that she doesn't act like a depressive human in the middle of a vampiric/werewolf love. She acted like a brave, bold and valiant former princess that couldn't be better performed. 3. THE HUNTSMAN: Hemsworth was actually very cool. I'm a man, so I cannot put so much emphasis on this one, but his acting was fair.
4. THE Dwarfs: They were actually good, but not WOW. 5. Prince William: I thought that the lead male roll in the movie was going to be him, but to be exact, he appears few times in the movie. The Huntsman was better, but yet, Claflin was good too.
The movie over-all was astonishing and electrifying. Everyone should go see it and WORD OF ADVICE: IGNORE SOME OF THE NEGATIVE REVIEWS OF ABOVE, BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT RIGHT. My rating: 10.0/10!
The Three Musketeers (2011)
And you call Sucker Punch a mess...this movie is a plain awful mess of men swashbuckling to the most stupidest end existent for any movie on Earth!
I was very pumped up and extremely motivated to see the Three Musketeers. You know, how to see how the hell Logan Lerman and Mila Jovovich play out in this film! my friends said it was just outstanding and that is was the best movie of their lives. I sat back, relaxed and I found it hard to enjoy. THE THREE MUSKETEERS involves many hardly understandable stories mixed up into one movie: The pearls from the king, what the hell does that have to involve in a war between two powerful countries? That wasn't THAT awful, but the end is what made this film so ridiculous. I mean, so much effort, so much of fights and there's a stupid duel between Rochefort and D'Artagnan and D'Artagnan kills him, that's it! TRULY, I Don't RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE UNLESS YOU WANNA HAVE AN UNNECESSARY HEADACHE AND SHAME! 3.2/10
Highly Original, Very Dramatic, Strong Characters and Plot, but...
I just finished watching "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". Okay, from all movies I have seen, this film has been a HUGE challenge for me to recope on. Why? I am 15 years old and for my age, people would consider that I would like explosive movies, with awesome music and stuff like that, but I can see any movie yeah! Yet, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo made me say... It was brilliant. But yet, it had a few flaws:
1. Too Much Sexual Material: One Necessary and Highly Graphic Rape scene, two unnecessary sex scenes between Lisbeth and Mikael, an implied lesbian sex, too much female nudity and Lisbeth shoving up a sex toy to the man's anus. THE NUDITY/SEXUALITY IS HIGHLY DISTURBING!
2. Too Slow in some aspects: The Film, as well as the book, has a strong and captivating plot, but it's not well reinforced, since it's interrupted by many sex scenes.
3. Almost No Action: Okay, I know that the only factors nearing action is the flashback of the cars, Mikael getting hunted down, Lisbeth chasing Martin and Martin getting killed by an exploding car, but another few things could be recommended, for not to be an exception in the WOW! factor.
Sincerely, I enjoyed the movie a lot! A LOT! But yet, I was severely disappointed. In fact, it disturbed me in some aspects. from 1 to 10, I would give it 7.6/10.
The Hunger Games (2012)
Beauty that won't quit!
Okay, you may not believe me, or even call me a simple liar, but I was brought by some friends of mine to a special screening of "The Hunger Games" in an almost-hidden Mondoplex here in Hawaii. I read the books and I saw the trailer, I thought it looked a little boring, but then...I saw the movie. TO be honest, I wanted to see it twice. It is certainly the 2nd. best movie I've ever seen in my life! The acting was superb, realistic and meagerly emotional. The fights were, ha-ha, super violent and action-packed and I'll tell you: THERE WILL BE BLOOD! Yet, this is an awesome movie, with lots of special effects and lots of combat sequences, that just kept me on the border of my seat. Really, 9.9/10. It is really 142 mins. long but you will be unprepared for this masterpiece and you will be entertaine whatsoever!
We literally have a simple winner. THE HUNGER GAMES is one of the most irresistible, epic, beautiful, suspenseful and iconic masterpiece that will surely not let you down at any point! Instead of watching another cheesy vampire/human romance and investing money on the same, old crap of the usuality, go for this!
Dragonball Evolution (2009)
Didn't expect it to be THIS bad!
I thought I was going to watch the awesome and superb series I used to watch as a little kid. No! I was expecting to stand up and cheer, because Im a true Dragon Ball Z fan. Yet being one, I exited the movies and left with my mouth opened: Hell No! This couldn't happen. The thing is that I had seen one of the top 3 shittiest movies of my life, on top Alvin and the Chipmunks and Super 8. It was horrible! The graphics were cheapy, the Kamehameha scene was just too fast and less expansive and the story lines weren't well desrcibed. And One more thing: Why would you want to name a bad guy by Piccolo?! It's a kiddie name is you tell me. The movie reveives and truly is honored to deserve an F-! :)
You know, sometimes movies have to be super brutally and insanely awesome to surpass my expectations. But this deep bull-crap of a movie did not pass even the slightest of my hopes. The first was OK, the second one was boring and this one? Yeah, Chip-Wrecked plot, horrible dialog and nothing was funny.
I just thought it would be good, because it was in jungles and forests and there was volcano exploding...yeah, that was nice, but this? A psychopathically boring movie?! You know how many times I exited the room and used "Im going to the bathroom" as an excuse to not see it anymore? Minimumly, 4 times.
Seriously...AWFUL. The kids will enjoy it a lot, but teens like me? Hehe, I don't think so. This series just keep getting worse every time.
Masterful! The best Twilight!
One of the things you must have in mind when you sit in the movie theaters to watch "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part1" is that you will be blown away in both, the awefully epic and the bloodily gasping. For those Twilight haters, this will cause you to love Twilight, because unlike Eclipse, New Moon and Twilight itself, had no unlimitation of action. This one is tuly emotional, tear-jerking and mind-blowing in action-packed sequences. The wolf battles are much intense, the action between vampires is very prolonged and awesomely paced, and for the moment the loyal Twilight Freaks have been waiting for: The Birth Scene. It was incredible. I was in the brink of crying as soon as Edward said. "Renesmee, a changing heart". And I'm a man who is not easily convinced by 'emotional' scenes. But the birth scene just made me weak. The blood level was kind of over-rated for a PG-13 movie, but I will not ruin the surprise. A must see for everyone!
Red Riding Hood (2011)
Instead of The Twilight Saga, they must've put The Red Riding Hood Saga!
What else are the critics gonna say?! First, they say that Sucker Punch is a deep sense of crap and now, they say that Red Riding Hood was also a deep bullcrap?! Sometimes, they expect too much from movies. Red Riding Hood is excellent. It will blow your mid, because of its complexity, and it is extremely epic! Yeah, the final scene where Valerie and Peter find out that the wolf is Valerie's Dad should have had a little more of a fight, but still it is very brutally awesome! It is an Oscar-Worth movie and ione thing is for sure: IT IS WAY BETTER THAN TWILIGHT AND FOR NOW...HARDWICKE'S BEST CREATION! The movie really won me!