Thor: The Dark World

thorFinally, I saw something this week that found me leaving the room with a smile on my face, applauding happily.

I saw a full movie and even if Loki didn’t appear in the end I was sure there was a 3rd coming because I thought “there’s no way they’re leaving Asgard with no King” and then BOOM.  Perfect, just perfect.

Now, that’s what I call an ending.  Ending is so important, more than the movie itself.  Imagine eating a great meal at the best restaurant and the finally byte tastes like sh…  That’s what you will always remember.

I went to Rome once, I had a blast, but the last day we went out really late for dinner, everything was closed so we chose to eat someplace I don’t want to remember.  That’s what I remember.  The only difference is, I can go back Rome once more and rewrite my experience but when you give the movie to the audience, well there’s no way you can take back time to rewrite the script.  What’s done, is done.


The Counselor?

tcWhen you hear big names joining there talents on-screen you imagine huge things coming.  Huge is your imagination and disappointment.  Of course everyone has their own opinion and this is mine: the movie sucked, I understood nothing, I fell asleep and if Penelope Cruz was not Penelope but some random actress I would have to say “very strong and convincing acting”.

The Hunger games: Catching Fire


hg2Bad bad ending. I waited for something to happen and it did. I got pissed. Ok, I already knew that there was another hunger games movie on the road but that ending… There she lies like Bella Swan on Twilight thinking about who knows what, maybe the baby she never had (lol), I wasn’t convinced at all.   Don’t know what they were thinking. Bad bad ending.

P.S.  Overall nice movie, superb actors and very sorry to hear about Philip Seymour Hoffman…………………………