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video 2016-03-27 09:06
Allegiant - Veronica Roth

So this is the last movie of the divergent series!

The soundtrack, just as the other movies, awesome.
The special effects, getting better.
The cast, am... not fill my expectations, but it is a good cast.
The plot... I'll just say it looks like is true to the book, like it looked it was going to be in the second movie (considering that the plot of the last movie was so differently from the one of the book)

Definitely the first movie is my favorite!

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video 2016-03-24 07:54
The Scorch Trials - James Dashner

I can't deny I don't like it, it is amazing.

The effects just like in the first movie are greats;

the new cast, like Brenda or Jorge,are so perfect;

and the soundtrack was just marvelous...

But why they have to change so much the plot!!!!!
once again I have to say the post- apocalyptic city is awesome *O*
I think the party was my favorite part! o(*^▽^*)o


By the way I promise to finish my updates this week e.e

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video 2015-05-01 20:22
Insurgent - Veronica Roth

ฅ(๑*д*๑)ฅ!! Omg!!!!


It looks so exciting!!
We see factions that we don't see before and the soundtrack is amazing.

There are parts that doesn't look like the book at all.

\(*T--T*)/ yeah!(?)

Somebody else has thought...
which faction do you belong in?

I think I would have ended in Erudite because of the books, or Amity to live in the peaceful countryside XD

divergent factions


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video 2015-04-03 02:11
世界一初恋 ~横澤隆史の場合~ - 中村 春菊


I love the movie as much as I loved the novel!!

The seiyūs are perfect and the plot of the movie is really true to the novel...

but I would have loved to see the very end of the novel in the movie.


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review 2014-10-27 14:32
Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn

I spent most of a beautiful fall afternoon sitting in a movie theater watching two narcissists hurt each other. And I don't feel guilty about it at all.


I read Gone Girl well over a year ago and many of the details have already escaped my brain but, from the bit I remember, the film seemed to stick pretty close to novel and didn't shy away from some of the more horrifying scenes which made me very happy. I remember thinking, as I was reading, that this would make a great movie and it did. The actors were cast well (though Affleck came off a little "nicer" and more "every man" and less "smarmy" than I thought he did in the book). The best part for me was the fact that my theater was filled with groups of older woman (late 60's, 70's) who oooed and awwed and gasped in shock at the sexy, violent bits. I don't know if they read the book but they seemed genuinely taken aback by some of the things shown on screen. I'm not used to seeing a film on the big screen but the audience reaction added another level of amusing enjoyment for me.


If you enjoyed the book, or just enjoy watching people harm each other,  I'd say it's worth a view.


And my husband's only comment? "I'm so glad you're not a psychopath." Hahaha  So of course I said, "I'm so glad you're not an asshole."  Perfect date movie ;)

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