Review: ¨Guardians of The Galaxy¨

OH. MY. GOD. I just love Marvel so freaking much, seriously… I could have a heart attack in the middle of cinema. I could seriously die watching a Marvel film and just die happy… but I seriously need to watch them all first and theeeeen I could die happy. 

I just loved this movie so so so so so much. I don’t have words for it other than PURE PERFECTION. Chris Pratt is a sensational actor come on! He is amazing, and watching him in Parks and Recreation and then in this awesomeness of movie he is just hilarious! Every single one of them! Rocket Raccoon is just perfect! I just loved the visuals and the storyline and everything about it!

The only thing that did disappoint me was the credits scene! It was so unnecessary and boring, Marvel could have played with something a little bit better, I was hoping for something a little bit more exciting, but overall the movie was just brilliant. 

The only thing that I must have is a Groot, I MUST HAVE ONE. I loved it, loved it, loved it! And I can’t wait for the second one, or at least have a Guardians of The Galaxy and The Avengers together, THAT would cause me a stroke, and I am ready, so please bring them together it would be hilarious! 

10 out of 10 stars to the movie and Star-Lord, and Gamora, and Rocket, and Groot, and Drax,…I LOVE YOU GUARDIANS!


Review: “Gravity”

My first thought about the movie while watching the trailer was; “Extremely exaggerated”. And then reading the reviews about the movie in Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), which were good. It got me wanting to see the movie. And it surprised me.

I am speechless about Sandra Bullock’s performance in the movie. About the way that she basically led the entire film. She was splendid. So was George Clooney, he kept the balance of the movie. He was the funny character. While Sandra Bullock, was the survival character. And the gravity, the destruction itself.

The special effects left me breathless. But what I most liked about this movie was the emotion that caused to me. Hopelessness and despair. All at once. It was like I was inside the movie. Feeling the same thing as Sandra Bullock was feeling. Like I was an invisible character, right there. And I’m sure I wasn’t the only one. I am amazed that Alfonso Cuarón accomplished that.

But answer me that… how would you feel being alone in space, with no oxygen, with no communication and God knows how many kilometers apart from gravity and earth? I rather die. Seriously.

I find it funny when people come to me and say that this movie “sucks”, but the truth is that they don’t get the perfection of it. I’m glad that I got to experienced one of the best movies made in space, and if not the best.

One thing is for sure, I will get very angry if Sandra Bullock doesn’t win the Oscar for Best Actress. She deserves it.

10 out of 10 stars!

Just…Written Papers!

Just...Written Papers!

YA novels. Yes! Everyone, (most people), enjoy a good book. And who, (again…most people), doesn’t?

I remember the time that I hated to read, and now I thank God and my mother, that I love to read. Everything comes with reading and then picturing the characters and the surroundings of that marvelous book. But, there’s one thing…Just ONE thing…that could or couldn’t ruined it all…MOVIES.

I love movies, if I didn’t why would I own a blog about that topic? But I love to read and when I read a book, I casually ask myself if this piece of art, turns into a movie, “Who would be the actors to play the characters?” But lately, I’ve realized that since “Harry Potter” or “The Lord of The Rings” is not on the movie theater, production companies started to buy the rights for each book like crazy. And come on people, if you are going to ruin a book who has a fan base behind it, don’t buy the rights. Because we, fans, would love to see the books that we love coming to “real life”. And if you ruin it, we will hunt you down and kill you. Like some people did with “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”, “Beautiful Creatures”, “Twilight”, (even though it was a terrible book to start with). But fans love their books and they want their books to be successful. How would you like to read a book, and you love it and suddenly that book turns into a shitty movie, and you keep thinking, “Why would they do that?” or “Now I feel stupid, because everyone will criticize my book” , but that’s okay you just need to punch them really hard on the face…so they’ll stop talking.

I’m happy to see that a trilogy that I’ve read has turned into a major film, yep, I’m talking about “The Hunger Games”. And I’m proud to say to people, “Hey, I’ve read that book, and you should do it too.”

There is one book that I’ve read and I really love it and I think everyone should read it. It’s called “Divergent”. I’m anxious and scared to watch the movie, but I am expecting something great. Not only because there are amazing actors in that movie, (Kate Winslet, I’m talking to you. But Theo, Shailene, Maggie Q,… okay! I loved the ENTIRE cast! And the director.)

I don’t actually know what my point is in this post, I really don’t. I just wanted to let my opinion out. And my opinion is… Don’t buy the rights to a book if you are going to turn it into a dreadful, awful, hideous movie.

Just one more thing, click at the photo of “Divergent” to watch the trailer. It’s good, but they could have done it a better trailer. So expect the second trailer because I just can’t wait. But click on it and watch it.

Review: ¨Instructions Not Included¨

Review: ¨Instructions Not Included¨

Couple of weeks ago I watched this movie. I wasn’t excited to watch it but my friends insisted. I didn’t love the movie. Would I watch it again? No, I wouldn’t.

Did I laugh? Yes, I did. Did i cried? Almost. Yeah it’s a sad story. For being a mexican movie, it was good. I’m glad it wasn’t that typical dramas that everyone laughs at in mexican soap operas.

To be a movie presented for the United States they could have done much better. It has a great story. Actually, it’s a beautiful story between father and daughter.

Eugenio Derbez is supposed to be one of Mexico’s greatest comedy actors, but this movie didn’t made him justice. Probably it was funny. But I’m not mexican to know the inside jokes. But I lived in Mexico enough to know that this movie has lack of entertainment. I’m just saying it could have been better. The film has material for it. It just didn’t show it.

I don’t know how to put it this way, but if you want to spend your money in this movie, go on. You might like it, you might not. It depends on you.

6 out of 10 stars.

Review: ¨The Bucket List¨

Review: ¨The Bucket List¨

This movie has left me speechless. I love Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. Putting them up together in a film was an incredible idea. They are both legends, and this movie isn’t the only one who proves it.

At the beginning of the movie we find an extremely smart guy, who Morgan Freeman portrays so nicely. Then we have Jack Nicholson, a rich man, who has everything but has nothing at the same time. Then we find them at the hospital, both with terminal cancer. And in that hospital a special bond starts to form. That lead them into an adventure to fulfill their Bucket List, before their life is over.

I loved this movie, and I honestly think that delivered a very special message. ¨Live your life to the fullest.¨

8.5 out of 10 stars!

Review: “We’re The Millers”

How can I start? I had one of the best times of my life watching this movie! When I first watched the trailer I wasn’t so convinced, I thought it would be an “okay-movie”. But this surprised me! I enjoyed every single bit of the film.

I went to watch it with my mom, and she wasn’t very convinced about the movie. She didn’t want to watch it. But when we entered the room, and the lights turned off, and when the movie began,…she had a pretty good time. She was laughing like crazy, and so was I.

“We’re The Millers”, it’s a movie that I want to watch it again and again and again. Jennifer Aniston did a fantastic job, so did Jason Sudeikis, but I had more fun watching Will Poulter making this “loser-virgin-stupid-kid”. Emma Roberts did an “okay-performace” but she is great, I love her even though she likes to hit her boyfriend, (Evan Peters).

So don’t say; “I won’t watch it because the “professional-reviews” says that sucks.” Just go to the movie theater to have a good time, and this movie is worth your time.

7.5 out of 10 stars!

Review: “Kick-Ass 2”

ImageI finally got to watch “Kick-Ass 2”! I’m happy for that and I’m sorry for the movie. I hated it. What a BIG disappointment. I was looking forward for this movie, and look how a big failure it was. Kill me. Seriously kill me. 

Was it funny? Sure, like a 55% of funny moments.

Does it entertain you? Yep…

So why am I saying that I hated it? Because the movie is exaggerated on its extreme. I don’t care if they were doing exactly as the comic. I would have filmed the first one only. The first one is the best. 

Another thing, if Jim Carrey didn’t like his own movie, why the hell did he do it?  

In the first one you could enjoy each character development throughout the movie, in this one, nothing. What happened to the other characters? Where’s Evan Peters? Where’s Lyndsy Fonseca? She just appeared like one time, to say: “Dave you were sleeping with a middle-schooler?! We’re done!” And that was it.. 

If you liked the first one, just watch the second one, to watch the epilogue of Kick-Ass.

5 out of 10 stars




Shadowhunters To Take Over!

Shadowhunters To Take Over!

A week ago I went to watch the movie, again. And I have to say I truly enjoyed it!

Probably I went with other perspective of the film. But a second watch to the movie changed my whole perspective of my first review. And it changed it for good.

As I said, I am a big fan of the saga. The books are absolutely incredible.

I love the characters, I love the story, I love everything that has to do with it. I just don’t love the director. (Sorry Harald). But he did a “good” job.

My favorite part of the film, it’s when they are at the Hotel Dumort. They fight the vampires, but a badass song comes in, and is AWESOME. Perfect song, and perfect fight.

If you haven’t watched the movie, please go. Probably you won’t like it. Probably you will. But it’s something new to watch. Don’t compare this movie with “Twilight”. Because “Twilight” sucks. “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” it’s a fun watch, and it’s worth it.

7.8 out of 10 Stars!

The Burned Man Of Your Dreams

The Burned Man Of Your Dreams

A weekend ago, I took my time to watch these movies of Freddy Krueger. I’m just going to say, that I hated Freddy when I was younger. He scared the heck out of me.

I remember being little and my uncle rented horror movies, so the both of us could watch. And I was practically a two-year-old-little-girl. But I am so very thankful to my uncle. (I know he’s going to read this), I just want to say that thanks to you, uncle, I was never like the other girls. You made me love scary movies. So, THANK YOU. (And, everyday you are younger than you were. Like seriously just stop! But I love you!)

So, yeah…back on the Freddy Krueger thing. I loved the first movie. Hated the second one.

I was surprised to see Johnny Depp there, and he was so young! And Wes Craven actually did a good job on this one. Because he has made awful decisions with the “Scream” movies. I used to love “Scream” when I was little, because it was entertaining and now that I grew up, I just realized it was stupid. Not the first one, just the other three.

“Nightmare On Elm Street” it’s awesome and gruesome. I love it. And “Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge”, was unnecessary. The only thing I actually liked about the second movie was that I got to see Meryl Streep’s clone.

Now, that I’m older I can actually enjoy Krueger. He’s fun-watching.

Nightmare On Elm Street: 8 out of 10 Stars!
Nightmare On Elm Street 2: 4 out of 10 Stars!