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Bad light; tries do be funny

Posted : 7 years, 7 months ago on 6 January 2010 12:13 (A review of JCVD)

Although someone can tell me that the saturated lights on this movie were intended to show how Jean Claude always had lived under the media lights, it really damaged the whole movie... it's very difficult to watch with such saturated lights.

I could say the movie is regular, but it could be a lot better.

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Worst movie ever!

Posted : 7 years, 8 months ago on 8 December 2009 11:39 (A review of Shinjuku Incident)

Extremely boring, infantile dialogues, poorly directed, a total waste of time...

How Jackie Chan could agree to act on this movie? Completely piece of crap.

It's amazing how people voted higher notes on this one... :\

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Sad, beautiful, poetic and full of hope

Posted : 7 years, 9 months ago on 12 November 2009 12:04 (A review of Home)

"It's too late to be pessimistic".

Let's contribute to avoid more damage to our planet. This movie is very strong and the message is very direct. Watch it! And act now! ;)

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REC for americans?

Posted : 7 years, 10 months ago on 28 October 2009 11:49 (A review of Quarantine)

The original REC was so good, so I don't understand why do a "english-spoken" version. Just because the lazy americans don't want to read subtitles? In the end they put "Based on REC"... :D Come on, it is a total copy and they didn't add anything to the original one...

If you did not watch this neither REC, watch REC please, way better than Quarantine.

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"Uma imagem vale por mil palavras"

Posted : 7 years, 10 months ago on 14 October 2009 11:27 (A review of December)

Se tem uma frase que poderia ser aplicada a esse filme é: "uma imagem vale por mil palavras" :D. Há muita coisa subentendida nesse filme e aí vai depender de quem assiste captar ou não.

Salvo engano, a câmera me lembrou um pouco aquele suspense "Os Estranhos".

Mas enfim, me pareceu um baita de um desabafo do Selton. Bom filme, há muito o que observar nele, mas como não sou muito fã de narrativas lentas, dou nota 7. Acho que no próximo, o Selton poderia investir em um filme com mais diálogos, como acontece no "O Sol tornará a brilhar".

Só meus 2 centavos eheh apenas queria fazer esses poucos comentários.

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Much worst than the first one

Posted : 7 years, 10 months ago on 7 October 2009 12:47 (A review of Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian)

Besides being much worst than the first one, it contains a terrible lie: "the plane was invented by americans". The real inventor of plane was the brazilian Santos Dummont, who created the 14 bis, the first plane which can fly by itself with its own engine and publicy testimonied by people on France:

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"By 1905 he had finished his first airplane design, and also a helicopter. He finally achieved his dream of flying an airplane on October 23, 1906, when, piloting the 14-bis before a large crowd of witnesses, he flew a distance of 60 metres (200 ft) at a height of two to three metres (10 ft). This well-documented event was the first flight verified by the Aéro-Club de France of a powered heavier-than-air machine in Europe, and the first public demonstration in the world of an aircraft taking off from an ordinary airstrip with a non-detachable landing gear and under its own power in calm weather, proving to the spectators that a machine "heavier than air" could take off from the ground by its own means. With this accomplishment, he won the Archdeacon Prize founded by the Frenchman Ernest Archdeacon in July 1906, to be awarded to the first aviator to fly more than 25 meters".

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Slow and boring

Posted : 8 years, 4 months ago on 15 April 2009 12:58 (A review of Romulus, My Father)

This is a *real* piece of shit. This movie doesn't worth nothing, non the time needed to watch it.

Do not waste your time.

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Just a repetition of the first one

Posted : 8 years, 8 months ago on 18 December 2008 01:09 (A review of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian)

For me it was just a repetition of the first one: fights, strange creatures and that's all...

And if it's supposed to be for children, it's too violent (although there isn't any blood :D). Otherwise it's too childish, silly. So the viewer doesn't know what public this movie wants to reach.

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Posted : 8 years, 8 months ago on 11 December 2008 12:02 (A review of Avenue Montaigne)

Well, I didn't like it.

Of course, this film is beautiful regarding the music and footage etc, but it lacks a real story. I felt it empty. It lacks substance. Too superficial for me...

Anyway it seems to please a lot of women.

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Just another silly movie

Posted : 8 years, 8 months ago on 6 December 2008 12:07 (A review of The Ultimate Gift)

Those who watch this movie doesn't know if it was a comedy or drama... It would be better if it was a comedy, but it try hardly to be a drama and if fails miserably.

Just another silly movie full of those "self-help" messages and boring worst-case scenarios, so people can feel better by the fact they are not in those sick situations...

This was repeated so many times...

And there are those "american" values... and money of course and bla bla bla...

Total waste of "american" money.

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