miércoles, 19 de diciembre de 2012

SWATH es una de las peores películas del año

El acostarse con el director no le ha servido de mucho más que para darse un gusto al cuerpo. Lo negativo es que ha roto una familia con dos niños pequeños, ha humillado a un tipo que no es su novio, la insultan allí donde va y las critícas a la película fueron bastante malas.

Su actuación fue muy criticada porque no era un Blancanieves guerrera. Todos vieron la misma interpretación de siempre: boca abierta, cara de asco y jadeos de perro. Es lo mismo que ha hecho durante toda la saga, durante WTTR, Adventureald, In the Land of Women... No da nada nuevo porque no sabe actuar.

De ahí que SWATH sea una de las peores películas del año.

5. 'Snow White and the Huntsman'

Snow White and the Huntsman 
More like "Snow White and the Hunts-mehhh." Kristen Stewart is great at posing and making tough faces while wearing just-for-ladies armor on a red carpet, but a master thespian she's not. K.Stew has only a handful of lines in this two-hour drudge of a film, and Chris Hemsworth, while great at grunting and looking handsome, is not so great at enunciating. The best part of this movie was watching Charlize Theron as the evil queen Ravenna, melting in and out of various shapes while screaming like a banshee. She's a crow! She's a lady again! She's a puddle! This is great! Oh, now we're back in the woods with Bella and Thor. Zzzzzz. Pass. — KW

También hay una lista con las mejores películas del año. En la lista están dos películas de Jennifer Lawrence, una de Emma Watson y una de Anna Kendrick.

25. 'The Hunger Games'

The Hunger Games 
With "Twilight" coming to a close, many pundits kicked off 2012 wondering which franchise would fill its major money-making shoes. "The Hunger Games" may have been lucky to be the first out the gate – 2013 will see many others jockeying for a place in Twi-hards' hearts – but it set the bar extremely high. Gary Ross' adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel may not have been perfect, but, as a huge fan of the series, seeing Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) battle mutations, tracker jackers and evil President Snow on the big screen filled my heart with glee. – Breanne L. Heldman

12. 'Pitch Perfect'

"Glee" + "Bring It On" = something totally aca-mazing. In fact, just trying to write about this hilarious college acappella competition comedy, starring Anna Kendrick (who just might be the coolest chick since Emma Stone), the adorable Skylar Austin (from the original cast of "Spring Awakening," just like Lea Michele!) and scene-stealing Rebel Wilson, has me pining for the Blu-ray (which comes out tomorrow, BTW) and pressing play on its infectious soundtrack. In other words, this is the movie of 2012 most likely to be watched over and over (and hummed in between). It's just that much fun. – BLH
4. 'Silver Linings Playbook'
Again and again and again – that's how many times I want to watch this movie. It's funny, it's sad, it's sweet, it has Robert DeNiro and a big goofy dance number, Hemingway references and Raisin Bran to boot. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence give sweet, dimensional performances that don't turn away from the less-sweet realities of mental illness and human fault – a rarity in film. I feel like Stefon on Weekend Update, but "Silver Linings Playbook" has it all. (But not a human fire hydrant.) – KW
1. 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' 
The most criminally underseen movie of the year, and also the best. No doubt devotees of Stephen Chbosky's melancholy bestseller turned out for the author's impressive screen adaptation of his own work, but too many others missed out on a bittersweet treat. Just when the coming-of-age/suburban family dysfunction genres seemed stale as could be, Chbosky arrives with a film that's heartfelt, relatable, deeply resonant and utterly transcendent, not to mention perfectly cast (where's the awards love for Ezra Miller, people?). We can only hope this movie follows in the paths of films like "Office Space" and "Donnie Darko" and finds the audience it deserves on DVD, Blu-ray, Netflix, cable… However you need to see it, just see it. – KP

 En la lista también están Ted, The Amazing Spider-Man, Lincoln, Argo, Looper... 

Una vez más, Emma y Jen tienen el respeto de la gente. Tienen talento, son encantadores, no viven de la prensa y tampoco de los escándalos. Sobre Anna, ella sale poco en Crepúsculo pero su carrera fuera de la saga es muy buena y más de una la querría. Tengo muchas ganas de ver las películas de las tres, ya que las críticas son estupendas.

Una vez más la gran perdedora es la de siempre.

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