PALMERAS EN LA Nieve (Palm trees in the snow)
La película está basada en el libro Palmeras en la nieve (2012), escrito por Luz Gabás, un relato que recupera nuestras raíces coloniales con una conmovedora historia de amor prohibido, con resonancias de Memorias de África. Fue la primera novela de la autora, y uno de los éxitos editoriales de 2012, con más de 500.000 lectores desde su publicación.
Para esta superproducción se ha contó con más de 70 actores, más de 250 técnicos y más de 2.200 extras. Estas cifras convierten a Palmeras en la nieve en la producción de habla castellana más grande de los últimos tiempos.
El rodaje de la película tuvo lugar en Gran Canaria, en la localidad de Teror, donde se construyeron espectaculares escenarios. Allí trabajaron durante 10 semanas, y después se trasladaron durante 2 semanas a Colombia y 3 días a Huesca.
La película cuenta con un presupuesto de 10 millones de euros, es decir, el mayor presupuesto de los últimos años de una película rodada en castellano.
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Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon
Besides the boon given to humanity in the form of Toothless, this superb movie dramatises in a father-son relationship the conflict between two successive generations: the Builders who are sure of their ‘collective’ role of building a safe, stable world and the generation of Explorers whose journey is one of constant search for their identity and place. It’s a contestation between the rigid, orthodox masculine principle, and the fluid, flexible feminine principle. Space must be given, control loosened and trust earned, and each other’s point of views must be respected to enable communication for eventual victory. Paralleling the jagged, fragmented Stoick-Hiccup relationship is Toothless-Hiccup’s. Watch the adventure of how they unfurl their true spirit by leaning on and learning from each other.
The trajectory of Hiccup taught me that it might be difficult being ‘different’ but it’s okay because social norms and values are there to be changed.
'Animal Among Us' Micro-Review: Over the past few years, I’ve developed a love-hate relationship with horror movies. Essentially, I love them and I love to hate the really awful ones. So, when I was given the chance to view 'Animal Among Us' a few days before it was set to be released, I jumped at the chance. What I saw was a genuinely noble first feature film attempt from director John Woodruff with the promise that a little more experience could lead to some interesting movies in the future. It’s biggest problem is one that I stumble upon constantly in the horror genre, were an interesting concept loses a bit of an edge in its execution. That being said, I have to give this film credit because it was able to do something that not a lot of films have been able to do over the years, and that’s have an ending that I wasn’t expecting.⠀
I liked a lot of what 'Animal Among Us' was going for. It has a decent location, some pretty creepy practical effects, and reliable performances overall. It does have some hiccups, which feel less like problems with the film’s vision and more like simple mistakes that could have been fixed with a little more care. Now, if this was anything other than a horror movie those issues could have ruined it. However, fans of horror look beyond things like that. Their expectations are more visceral than visual. In that regard, 'Animal Among Us' is a film that true fans will probably enjoy streaming late at night with a few buddies. It’s a movie that shows promise for a lot of the people involved in creating it. Could it have been better? Sure. Does that mean it’s bad? Not particularly. It’s a movie that has some issues, but nothing that makes it unwatchable. In the end, if the premise is enough to get you interested, this is probably a fun little flick you’ll get a kick out of. ⠀
Read full reviews at starsandpopcorn.com!⠀
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Day 320/365: The Royal Tenenbaums (Dir. Wes Anderson) - 2001 🇺🇸
Wes Anderson’s real mainstream breakout came with The Royal Tenenbaums. Its ensemble cast along with its unique story brought Wes Anderson’s quirkiness to mainstream audiences in a digestible way that would help his career skyrocket from here on out!
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The Tenenbaums have three children who are all geniuses in their own right, however they’ve all separated and went their own ways. One is a math genius, the other a tennis prodigy, and the third, a writer. When their father falls ill, this dysfunctional and idiosyncratic family reunites over a rocky winter.
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We revisit Stephen King again with the newly release sequel to 'The Shining' with 'Dr. Sleep'. I really think it's time for us to revisit The Overlook Hotel.