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You need 7 people to think such a creative animated story
There is a few times were a movie comes out and i can give it a 10/10 (favourite) rating without having to watch it a second time. But this picture was far too great for me not to score 10/10.
Zootopia follows our bunny protagonist Juddy Hopps in her quest for justice, honesty and most of all achieving her dream of becoming a cop, impossible as it may seem due to her size, against all odds and constant warnings from others. As a cop she will meet Nick Wilde, a sly fox con artist that will help her uncover some conspiracy that could potentially ruin relationships between prey and predators.
This movie is as smart as a anthropomorphic animal film can be taking advantage of every quality of the animal kingdom (for example the districts of the city Zootopia are ecosystems) while also making some references to pop culture and clever writing. The voice acting is top notch and the animation is by far one of the best out there, with impressive lighting effects and character facial expressions. But the best element of this film is its two main characters and the chemistry between them...yes there is just as much chemistry between Juddy and Nick as there is between Danny Golver and Mel Gibson in Lethal Weapon.
I fell in love with this movie and i cant wait to see it again. If you are into animation definitely give this a try, it has plenty of adult humor and kids will find the animated characters just riveting. To name some possible flaws the movie might fall into some clichés throughout and is predictable, but the writing, characters and animation is so good i don't think it matters that much. Also the 3d is fine but not really necessary.
Argentinian Horror Suspense: A step in the right direction
Another surprise from the Argentinian genre films after Kryptonita. This time is a Gothic horror, or i should say real horror/suspense with no stupid screamers or a clichéd story. In 19th century Argentina the yellow fever strikes leaving tons of casualties, among them is the brother of our protagonist which is at the brink of death just as the young priest (Martin Slipak) arrives to his family house. As death begins to corner him, the young priest will begin to question his faith in the all mighty while Quiste, the life long family servant, is around to help him...or end him.
Resurrreccion is a smart suspense film with quite an original story with plenty of twist and turns. Even if sometimes the film manages to use certain cheap narrative resources to get its point across its still a clever, good looking horror film. Some CGI is notorious but the effects are great for the most part as are the amazing couple of set/locations. Acting for the most part delivers, with a highlight on the character of Quispe, one of the most interesting of the few characters there are.