Lucy

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Lucy
Year: 2014
Country: USA
Genre: Sci-fi
Director: Luc Besson
Mark: 1 to 5 [4]

Plot: A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic.

Personal View: Excellent movie! A non-official pre movie of Her. Lucy says in the end that she is everywhere, but what else is everywhere? OS! And she passes all her knowledge to a pen drive. This movie shows without hurting anyone religion the conception that we really never die. We transform, deform.
But nothing is all sugar and has several continuation errors and the scene they focus at her walking on high heels it is unpleasant.
But what would you do with 100% of capacity of your brain?

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Blue is the Warmest Color – La vie d’ Adelè – Chapitres 1 et 2

Blue is The Warmest Color

Blue is the Warmest Color – La vie d’ Adelè – Chapitres 1 et 2
Year: 2014
Country: France / Belgium / Spain
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Abdellatif Kechiche
Mark: 1 to 5 [2]

Plot: Adele’s life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself and ultimately finds herself through love and loss.

Personal View: Nice history, and ends like real life, a total disaster, depression and moving on, if you can. But after you see the movie, cry if you’re sentimental. Ok. But read the critics how the actresses  as mistreated by the director, doing intense sex scenes non stopping for hours humiliating they. My concept about the movie changed completed and yes I want the director arrested! And the endless sex scene of 7 minutes? That was really necessary? Was so clear that none of the actresses was enjoying doing the movie EVEN LESS THEIR PAPERS! Absurd!

It’s in Portuguese but google translator exists for those cases.
http://cinema.uol.com.br/noticias/redacao/2013/12/04/atriz-e-diretor-de-azul-e-a-cor-mais-quente-encaram-polemicas-por-filme.htm

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Her

Her
Year: 2014
Country: USA
Genre: Drama / Sci – Fi / Romance
Director: Spike Jonze

Mark: 1 to 5 [3]

Plot: A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased operating system that’s designed to meet his every need.

Personal View: A nerd movie, in the beginning with a little touch of comedy. A great movie develops and you start to wondering why Scarlett Johansson wasn’t indicated to the Oscar’s? She performs only the voice of the OS and makes a better part in the movie than Joaquin Phoenix. His contribution to the industry should stopped before “The Masters”.
But the end really kills the movie, no spoilers but that’s why such an low mark.

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And the Oscar goes to…


The shameless version of given a award of whatever category not truly based at the talent, the effort, the originality, but only what sells most.

Eventually I was a lot away from this blog, I didn’t give the respect and the value that this have.
But I’ll be posting my views of the movies. Will be the Pingo’s Oscar.

Let’s see what will happen in March 2.

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Melancholia

Melancholia
Year: 2011
Country: Denmark / Sweden / France / Germany
Genre: Drama / Sci – Fi
Director: Lars von Trier

Mark: 1 to 5 [5]

Plot: “Let us get it over with right away. The end of Lars von Trier’s film ‘Melancholia’. Everybody dies. Not just the guests at the grand wedding held in the first part of the film at an ever-so-romantic castle surrounded by a golf course. And not just all life on Earth. For in the world evoked by the Danish film maker this time, we are absolutely alone in the universe. So what ends in our planet’s cosmic embrace with the ten times bigger planet, Melancholia, is life as such and our recollection of it.
No ending could be more final. And, as Trier remarks with a black humour germane to him: ‘In a way, the film does have a happy ending’.”

Personal View: Awesome movie, with a wonderful landscape views. Different [of course] of others movies that talk about this subject, normally putting the U.S.A. as heroes of the world and always with a happy-nice ending, with people crying and thinking how emotional was the ending scene, of a probably kiss between the hero and the good girl, something that doesn’t make you think at all.
But this one makes you thing about several things, as you can die tomorrow, or in a seconds while reading this post, or after, and also thinking in a case ‘if I was living this situation’. Justine [Kirsten Dunst], feels things and knows things, as the 10 times bigger than the Earth, the planet Melancholia gets closer, her state of melancholia also gets bigger and bigger, saying things that they need to know, even in a maybe brutal way, but also gives comfort to her family. This movie makes you think a lot about accomplished things in your life, who would you spend the real last moments and stay together, holding hands in a magical cave waiting for the certain end of the world. This passes a human side of the situation, a conformism that it will end, has nothing else to do but waiting, because you are not a hero. Awesome!


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You may get into this page today, sorry technical problems dear readers. Now is everything ok and soon new posts. Sorry for that, working on it.

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Phantomschmerz / Phantom Pain

Phantom Pain
Year: 2009
Country: German
Genre: Drama
Director: Matthias Emcke

Mark: 1 to 5 [4]

Plot:
Marc is good-looking, charming and an educated storyteller that women are fascinated by. If he is not doing any odd jobs to get by, he is on the road with his bike, with which he has traveled the world. Marc’s other side is less flattering. He is always broke, a constant heartbreaker, an unreliable drunkard refusing to take responsibility for anything. But one can’t really be mad with him. Not even his daughter Sarah, the offspring from a long failed relationship. But his life changes when he loses his left leg in a hit-and-run accident.

Personal View:
If I was a person that constantly ride a bike, and suddenly had an accident and become a crippled, I would commit suicide, but he didn’t do that, he just  get over and learned to live is life in a positive way. Awesome movie.

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Ward No 6


Ward No 6
Year: 2009
Country: Russia
Genre: Drama
Director: Karen Chakhnazarov

Mark: 1 to 5 [2]

Plot: The film is a screen version moved to the present of the mysterious, paradoxical and disturbing story by Chekhov, which can be called the most pessimistic and also the most life-asserting work of the author. The story is based on a real life incident and centers around the head doctor of an asylum who winds up as the asylum patient. Lonely, estranged, reflecting Doctor Andrey Ragin is one of the focal characters in the work of Chekhov and the entire world literature of the 20th century.

Personal View:
I went to see this movie with some thought that this would be real thriller, the promise was that this story was the most thriller of Chekhov, but wasn’t, not it all was just too way to common. Weak.

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Os Famosos e os Duendes Da Morte – The Famous And The Dead


The Famous And The Dead
Year: 2009
Country: Brazil / France
Genre: Drama
Director: Esmir Filho

Mark:
1 to 5 [2]

Plot:
For one 16-year old Bob Dylan fan living in a small German town in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, the only contact with the outside world is through the internet. The arrival of several mysterious figures brings back memories from the past and takes him to an extraordinary world.

Personal View:
Nice movie, but is a hire too much high!

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Accidents Happen

Accidents Happen
Year: 2009
Country: Australia
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Andrew Lancaster

Mark: 1 to 5 [4]

Plot: The Conways live in a New England suburbia in the 1980s. At the age of six, little Billy witnesses his neighbor die in an accident during a barbecue. He reacts by running straight into a tree and knocking himself out. In order to relax, his mother, Gloria, suggests a family ride. But the night ends up in a fatal car wreck, killing Billy`s sister and putting his brother Gene in a vegetative state. Over the ensuing years, the ripples of that fateful accident have thrown the remaining family members into disarray. They find out that hiding from pain doesn`t take it away and learn about life and loss in all its complexity.

Personal View:
The name of the movie should be “Shit Happens”, because there are too much accidents that you say to yourself “I can’t believe it!”, normal things in life at this movie happen just like a comic accident, amazing how things can work badly. Really nice movie, ends the movie but you keep on laughing.

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Get here the movie with English and Portuguese – Br subtitles.

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