A WRINKLE IN TIME
Genre : Drama, Adventure, Fantasy
Production : Walt Disney Pictures
Director : Ava DeVernay (@ava )
Cast : Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling
Release date : March 9th, 2018 (USA), March 16th, 2018 (Indonesia)
MOVREVIEW : 7/10
IMDb : 4,2/10
After the disappearance of her scientist father, three peculiar beings send Meg, her brother, and her friend to space in order to find him.
THIS MOVIE MAKE ME GOT HEADACHE!!
Ya, this movie has a good visual, and many message. But, this movie is too heavy for all ages rating, including kids and me. I'm not understand what is the story about. It's too many Chemistry term. Added by terrible Levi, Chris, and Deric's acting. It's broke this movie. But, i like the performance of Oprah, Mindy, and Reese. It's spectacular and colorful. Although it's weird, but i still enjoy this movie.
1. Film yang sangat berwarna
2. Akting dari para aktris yang sangat bagus.
3. Menampilkan pemandangan yang indah.
4. Cerita yang anti-mainstream
1. Cerita yang cuma-gitu-doang-ujungnya
2. Akting dari para aktor yang buruk.
3. Filmnya bikin pusing!!
4. Pacingnya terlalu lebay.
"Темні часи" автобіографічне кіно про відомого британця Вінстона Черчиля.
Картина режисера Джо Райта вийшла досить камерою і похмурою, насичена політикою та натхненними промовами головного героя. Вона розповідає про перші кроки Черчиля на посаді прем'єр-міністра Великобританії під час Другої світової війни. Його не любили, бажали усунути з посади, але він показав усім бійцівський характер і відстоював свою думку стосовно війни з нацистами.
Гра Гері Олдмена гідна всіх нагород (абсолютно заслужена премія Оскар за найкращого актора). Його Вінстон відважний, грубий, чуттєвий, в деяких моментах смішний. Сцена в підземці, де він спілкується і питається думки свого народу досить мила.
Кіно однозначно сподобається фанатам Олдмена і поціновувачам історичних байопіків. Любителям історичних драматичних фільмів рекомендується. #moviechallenge2018#film#movie#filmreview#lovetowatchmovies#кіно#фільм#рецензіянафільм#рецензия#фильм#темнічаси#темныевремена#thedarkesthour#olenachasnyk_filmreview
Award-winning author Mark Campbell reviews "Paddington 2" (2017) - will he give it a bowler or a fez?
Campbell reviews films by the simple medium of selecting a fez or a bowler hat. A fez is for a film that he likes, while a bowler is for a film that he doesn't. Succinct and informative, yet incisive and opinionated, he offers the ideal antithesis to the hyperbole and pretentiousness of most of today's film reviews.
TOMB RAIDER IS A VIDEO GAME NARRATIVE THAT REMAINS LOYAL TO VIDEO GAMERS AT THE EXPENSE OF MOVIE LOVERS. A video game adaptation based on the successful 2013 Tomb raider video game. Lara Croft(Alicia Vikander), the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer; must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island her father disappeared. Tomb raider is a movie that relies heavily on gameplay rather than the story or narrative.
The film is a solid adaptation of the game and whether that’s a good thing or not is a whole other discussion, but if you watch this film and have a problem with the film, you’ll have the same problem[s] with the game. Video gamers enjoyed tomb raider, not for the narrative but because of the gameplay. I honestly did not expect a mind blowing narrative. No one really bought Tomb Raider video games for the narrative. Take Resident Evil 4 for example, one of the greatest video games of all time. Imagine watching it as a film. Can you even think of a mind blowing narrative? In my opinion, the only game that would hold up in a cinematic sense is “The Last of Us”. Alicia Vikander’s Lara croft is impressive as she also overcomes some rather grueling physical challenges, she uses her brains without being overly sexualized or objectified just as we have seen in the Video games. On the downside as stated earlier there is really nothing special to expect from the narrative as seen from the Video games. Since we are “supposed” to look at it from a movie point of view, the movie doesn’t really have any important twist or mind blowing plot. Plot and character development falls out of place between crazy action scenes. The makers of the Tomb Raider film director Roar Uthaug, screenwriters Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Alastair Siddons inherited as many weaknesses from the game as they did with the strengths, hence i can’t fault any of them. Tomb Raider probably won’t go down as the film that finally broke the video game movie “curse”, but it does show that video game adaptations can be a decent (if disposable) genre of entertainment. #moviereview#tombraider#review#laracroft#cinema#filmreview
Une biologiste, sans nouvelles de son mari militaire pendant plus d’1 an, est envoyée avec un équipe de scientifiques en mission secrète dans la « zone X » (entourée d’un étrange « miroitement »), précisément là où ce dernier a disparu mystérieusement. Dans ce thriller de science-fiction, il est question d’amour mais aussi d’une réflexion sur l’immortalité et du rapport à l’auto-destruction. Malgré son ambition (adapter le roman SF de Jeff VanderMeer) et son casting 4 étoiles (Natalie Portman - Oscar Isaac - Jennifer Jason Leigh), « Annihilation » soulève ainsi de nombreux questionnements sans réussir à y répondre totalement. Sorti en salles aux États-Unis, le film d’Alex Garland (autrement connu pour avoir écrit « La Plage », scénarisé « 28 Jours Plus Tard » de Danny Boyle et réalisé « Ex-Machina »), jugé « trop compliqué », a dû se « contenter » d’une distribution mondiale sur Netflix. On comprend mieux pourquoi : car si la beauté visuelle du film parvient à nous sortir de la déprime météorologique ambiante, on reste sur notre faim. Ou plutôt sur notre froid.
There is an undeniably beating heart at the core of Powder, one that is frequently undermined, however, by a nonsensical plot and inconsistent visual effects. This is going to be a (relatively) quick review since honestly, there isn't too much to say about this movie, not that it's necessarily a bad one. The performances are decent enough all around. Sean Patrick Flanery is convincing as the titular character, both strong in his heart, but a vulnerable one in his appearance. He does enough with the role that you begin to feel for his character, although the film does so little to actually explain his abilities, which aren't anywhere near as consistent as they should be in a film such as this. The rest of the cast is solid as well, most notably Jeff Goldblum, whose reliable charm always exceeds the quality of the film he's in. The only problem with the characters themselves, including Powder, is that the writing for them is so inconsistent. Not enough attention and time is actually devoted to developing them in any way, so it's hard to really understand the truths behind them at all. Powder has a bunch of interesting ideas and concepts, but they mostly amount to being a jumbled mess that never manages to mesh into one cohesive whole. Much of that can be attributed to its lead, whose very origin is convoluted and a bit of a mess, mostly because the film's explanation of it, is itself goofy and it wears it with a self-serious expression. However, as a fantasy film, it certainly exceeds, taking an original premise and delving into it without ever really feeling hampered by its own ambition and while it can be said it becomes goofy sometimes, but something could be said about how openly Powder embraces that fact to elevate itself. To his credit, Victor Salva's direction is solid, for the most part, and the heart and focus of the story is never lost. There is a sense that this character is new to the world and his appearance alone alienates him from the pack, and the story unfolds in a way that allows this to come across, even if it isn't in a remarkable way. However, the drama is too underdeveloped to actually hit home, despite it's l
Director: Ivan Reitman
Main Cast: Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver, Frank Langella
Distributor: Warner Bros.
Rating: PG-13 (for momentary language and a sexual situation)
Dave is a political comedy about a man named Dave, who does a very good impression of the president. When the real president is put in a coma, his staff find Dave and have him pose as the president in order to prevent a scandal.
It's a pretty entertaining comedy about what you can do if you're the most powerful man and almost nobody knows who you really are. Kevin Kline is good in his role. He's presidential but also has comedic moments too. Sigourney Weaver is also great as the First Lady. It's not boring but not laugh out loud funny. Ivan Reitman creates this film that shows Washington well. It's also still revelant today. Can you imagine if Alec Baldwin did this for Trump? Dave is an enjoyable comedy that audiences will like and probably an underrated movie in general.
Boasting the greatest villain in the MCU (up to this point), an insightful, emotional, relevant, and impactful narrative; fantastic direction from Ryan Coogler, and stellar performances from
Chadwick Boseman Michael B. Jordan. This is truly a great film that has had, rightfully so, a huge impact already on pop culture by creating conversation. Normal comic-book movies don’t
typically do those things.
The film does have a few setbacks, however, they in no way stop this film from achieving
Pour sa première réalisation, Franck Dubosc s’amuse de son image de dragueur-menteur-narcissique invétéré dans une comédie romantique formatée mais au juste ton, entouré d’Alexandra Lamy (pétillante et attachante), d’Elsa Zylberstein (à contre-emploi) et de son ami Gérard Darmon. À défaut d’être véritablement drôle, « Tout le monde debout » a le mérite de nous faire sourire ; et d’aborder le sujet (sensible) du handicap sans tomber dans les clichés. Bien joué.
#MovieReview: Does Roar Uthaug’s Tomb Raider finally break the bad video game-movie curse? To that I say...kinda...?
Pros: For one, Alicia Vikander knocked it out of the park as Lara Craft. Depicting the 2013 game reboot version of the title character, Vikander does a great job at portraying Lara’s journey from a carefree young woman, trying to form her own identity, to a badass survivor with purpose. With that, Alicia brings a compelling action hero with human vulnerabilities. The film also brought some great set pieces and action sequences that’ll get the adrenaline rushing.
Cons: The first hour of the movie was bogged down by exposition and unnecessary backstory. The film doesn’t really get interesting until Lara heads off to the island. Though the action picks up from there, the movie’s pacing soon becomes rushed. Outside of Alicia’s Lara, every other character in the film felt stiff and forgettable (though to be fair, the Tomb Raider games were never known to have any memorable side characters), and Daniel Wu was wasted. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Fan Nitpicks: The movie commits a little too much to it’s grounded approach to its adaptation of the source material, which eliminates the more fantastical elements present in both the original and reboot game series. Some may like it some may not—for me, It’s a pet peeve when it comes to most adaptations, as it forgoes the wonder and mystery for “realism.” Also, without the more fantastical elements it rids the horror aspect that made the 2013 game so unique from the typical “macguffin hunt” stories. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Conclusions: Though saying this is the best video game movie isn’t saying much, I’d certainly commit to saying it was a solid action/adventure movie, with a strong lead actress. Despite some of the movie’s heavy flaws and it not fully following the lore that made the games compelling, judged by its own merits the movie was still a fun watch, and is certainly worth checking out.