mardi 18 avril 2017

Gifted — If you're not looking for action you should see this — 8*/10

It's beautiful, touching with quite a bit of wit. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for something sentimental. However, it does have two major flaws.

One, it pounds in the gimmick that love conquers all, which in real life never happens because it's not true. If it happens it's because of something else.

Two, in life, things are never this black or white. It's always gray. If you assume things are black or white and you see yourself as being the good person, automatically the other person is bad and nothing could ever be further from the truth.

Mckenna Grace (watch out for her in the future, she's going to be a great actress), Chris Evans, Lindsay Duncan, Jenny Slate and Octavia Spencer.

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lundi 17 avril 2017

The Boss Baby — Turn your brain off and be ready to laugh! — 6*/10

Be open to simple silliness, caricatural behavior and an alternate reality type animation and you'll be really entertained. Very funny. It doesn't take itself seriously and you shouldn't either. Nice ending. Enjoy it.

Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow and Tobey Maguire.

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Going in Style — Very light very entertaining comedy worth your time — 7*/10

Very funny, with some nice touching moments. High entertainment with very little flaws. I highly recommend it if you want to have some light fun without asking your brain too much.

Ann-Margret, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin, Christopher Lloyd and Matt Dillon.

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mardi 4 avril 2017

T2 Trainspotting — Doesn't punch like the first one, but still well worth it — 8*/10

If you haven't seen the first chapter (read my review here), then don't see it, you won't understand a thing. For the other, don't expect as much a punch in the face as the first one, and you'll be very happy to have seen it. I'll say the mellowing out is logical and is perfectly well done and well adapted to the story. Enjoy!

Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle.

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