Gal Gadot has been casted to play Wonder Woman an iconic role within the DC Universe for the movie Batman Vs. Superman releasing in July 2015. I’m not a huge fan of Fast N’ The Furious so I can’t really say anything. At this point I don’t really care who is playing what role. I just hope this to be an AWESOME movie and I give my best of luck because in 2015 is a big year for movies and critics won’t be quite as nice.
Do you like this casting choice?
This is by far my favorite animated movie this year and now my favorite modern Disney princess movie.
First I want to start with the unexpected short film from Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse in “Get a Horse !” WOW! I was seriously speechless when seeing this. I had a big smile on my face. I’m glad they brought this classic Mickey back and modernized it. It was a great way to start your movie experience. The (3D) really worked for this short it gave it a little twist and it was a great way to celebrate their 85th anniversary without spoiling anything.
Disney’s Frozen is about two sisters the elder sister named, Elsa, and the younger sister, Anna. Elsa has this amazing snow powers but one day hurts her little sister accidently in the head giving her a blonde highlight. Though she was healed Elsa fears that one day she can no longer control on what she calls “curse.” With this haunting memory she distance herself from the world until years later she became Queen of Arendelle. When a disastrous mistake happen its up to her younger sister Anna and her new friends to break Arendelle from eternal snow.
I saw this movie with my lovely movie trio and my sister and I couldn’t wait until this movie premiered since it mostly concentrated with the two sisters. We fell in love with this beautifully told story. Even my brother in law liked it. This movie looked amazing with the (3D) effects it enhanced the animation throughout the movie.
Sometimes musicals aren’t my thing but the songs and score they written for this was catchy. I’m still singing those songs in head and even downloaded them onto my phone. It reminded me of the old Disney classics films where you have everyone singing along. I hope this movie gets some kind of recognition for its well made songs and lyrics.
There was this one character that always made me laugh and his name is Olaf the snowman. His musical number ” In Summer” was catchy and hilarious because he wants to experience his number one wish, Summer, and he doesn’t quite understand why he can’t. Olaf is one the sidekicks and I didn’t find him annoying or made me feel like he needs to shut up. He had this one touching scene with Anna and Awwwee. Overall I liked the characters and Wow Idina Menzel and the rest of the cast can sing.
The one thing that got me wondering is how did Elsa get her powers of snow. There has to be reason, I mean you don’t need a origin story or a long explanation but at least something. Like in the movie Tangled, in the every beginning maybe the first 1-3 minutes they explain her blonde hair and her kidnapping. Maybe is just me but I keep thinking how did she get her powers or what she calls a curse. Maybe I just need to read the short story The Snow Queen that was based on this movie.
Rating: 9 out of 10
I just hope it wins at the Academy Awards. Not this year Pixar. :P
This was an excellent sequel for this EPIC franchise that we all know and love.
Honestly this is so much better than the first Hunger Games movie; this may be cause of new director, and new change of direction with the plot, acting, scenery and (ect.) This movie had so much depth and intense and kinda scary if I was in Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) position.
I saw this movie with my movie trio which includes my sister and brother in law. I was expecting really high hopes for this movie and wow it delivered. My sister. again read this book and she said some elements did changed from the book already established but, hey all movie books changes somehow. So The Capital is angry at Katniss for the decision she made in the finale in the first movie, showing a sign of rebellious and not a sign of true love.
So President Snow, shows his truly evil side and host the 75th Hunger Games, each district will offer up as tribute the winners, no matter how old, from all of the previous games. The plan is to show all of Panem just who is truly in control of each and every life within the districts with a new more insidious plan is devised by new Plutarch Heavensbee . Since using Katniss as a tool, forcing her to sell her love for Peeta to protect the ones she loves the most; failed.
This movie is great and yea I said it many times but I have give props with music and score too. I love the ending credits song, “Silhouettes” from Of Monsters and Men because they are one of my favorite bands.
I just wished Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) was more manly then a wuss. He is always getting beaten up easily and always needs to be rescue. Maybe that was in the book as well but, at least given him more to offer when it to comes to fighting and surviving in the games. Hopefully they get to show that in the next 2 movies because he is also a big part of the storyline and I don’t want to remember him as a chick that always needs to be saved. Another flaw or maybe not a flaw, is that I wanted them to show maybe a flashback or a memory of the 50th annual or The Quarter Quell from before and showing Haymitch perspective of the games. I guess I wanted more for the back story yet, it was all good.
Rating: 8.8 out of 10
Wow! This movie got me speechless. This amazing book adaptation tore my heart apart but, in a good way.
The story tells of a young girl named Liesel, who was sent to live with a foster family; taking place in Germany in WW2. She learns to read and falls in love with words with every book she reads. She creates a strong bond from her new family and Max, a Jewish refugee who they are hiding in their basement. For Liesel and Max, their relationship with words, imagination, and creativity go through this epic and tough timeline, finding a way to escape.
I saw this movie with my sister, who actually read the book and with my brother in law. We were all excited to see this movie and oh I came out crying. Whoever sees this move bring a box of tissues. This movie was really amazing from the production design to the script to the acting and (ect.); I was really impressed how all of this got together. This movie won’t disappoint. Yes, it did indeed has some flaws I didn’t quite enjoyed but its easily forgotten.
RATING: 10 out of 10
WOW! This Thor movie was so much better than the first. This movie was action packed, heart warming depth, humor, and so many other elements that let me on the edge of my seat.
DAMN, I saw this movie 3 times and I don’t get tired of it. I really did enjoyed this movie. Within this movie you get to see more of the world of Asgard, more awesome combats scenes, but it mostly gave Thor some freedom to be a total Badass, since you couldn’t really see that in the first one. The relationship between Loki and Thor destabilized during the movie was so mature, so well like during the part when escaping Asgard; I really connected to the characters. I remember them saying about their remembrance of the mother and Thor pointing out that wishing he can trust him. So much was going on in that scene, pointing out the breaking point for Loki and the strong bond he had with his mother. Especially when the guard told him that she died and he looses it.
The battles scenes was amazing and humor was quite there as well. When Loki makes fun of Captain America. Yet, the humor was was use quite a lot; pushing it quite a bit. The battles scenes is what every Marvel movie needs. It opened with a fighting scene too and you just get into it right away. Almost every battle scene let me to my edge to my seat.
Yet, like all movies it indeed had it flaws. First, I want to write about the main villain which was really used poorly, or was overshadow by the power of LOKI. I didn’t really understood why he was really there. I knew that he wanted the power of ether or whatever but really, wasn’t really enough backstory to back it up. The main villain, Malekith, was portrayed as weak and boring, I was expecting moresince he was a big part of the storyline. Another issue I had was with Darcy, Jane’s intern was making so many jokes and overact a bit and I found her to be quite annoying, so I just ignored her she came up during an scene most of the time. Lastly, I wanted to see this love triangle from the earlier trailers. I think that would’ve been also fun to watch in my opinion since, we already know that Lady Sif has some feeling for Thor.
EC #1: After the first ending credits scene you see and meet The Collectionist and was given the power of the Ether by the Asgradians warriors to put it in collection and he somewhat has a plan to collect 6 or 7 things to be done. I didn’t found it necessary to watch, I was expecting more if you compare other ending credits scenes of Marvel movies.
EC #2: This should have been the ending of the movie. Seeing Thor and Jane kissing would have been a cute and happy ending for the movie. I don’t think its actually worth seeing ALL two long credits to see something like this to be honest. Yet, it was really cute.
OVERALL I really did enjoyed this movie. I love Thor and I can’t wait to see more of him shirtless and of course Loki in the near future.
RATING: 8.5 out of 10
Even though this movie was cute and funny; I kind off found it boring. Everything that this movie has to offer; I’ve already seen before. This movie is a clash of, The Notebook and The Time Traveler’s Wife. This is another wannabe Nicholas Sparks movie. I love some of his movies but, this movie has no originality. In some key moments of the movie I did quite enjoyed but, I was just expecting something different.
Rating: 6 out of 10
Disney’s Maleficent Official Teaser Trailer
Maleficent in theaters May 30, 2014
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST - Official Trailer (2014)
I didn’t read the book sadly, so this is a movie review in a perspective from an another movie lover. I didn’t read the book so I don’t know if styed with the novel’s true story, but I really did enjoyed it. Its about a boy meeting its destiny. The boy, Ender played by, Asa Butterfield, who is called upon by, Colonel Graff, played by Harrison Ford, to fight and lead this 50 year long invasion against the Formics just as its former leader, Mazer Rackum. Along beside him are other recruited brilliant children to save earth, since its believed that children will save humanity.
I really enjoyed this Sci-Fi movie but it did contain some flaws on a emotional level. When for Ex) Ender or some other characters where sad or very furious they didn’t really showed or expressed that particular feeling. Within those moments during the movie I didn’t connected with the characters. Another thing, would be that even though I did quite enjoyed it, I wouldn’t see it again compared to other Sci-Fi movies. Yet, I really intrigued me seeing Ender being a BADASS and the originality of this movie.
Rating: 8 out of 10
Assassin Creed Movie Official Release Date is May 22nd 2015
Damn 2015 is going to be a big year for movies….