Moviegoers expecting just a fabulous week
Moviegoers expecting just a fabulous week. To hire a new magical story from Steven Spielberg. Incredible Robinson Crusoe with the participation of Daniel Radcliffe and, of course, a new reading of the legend of Tarzan.
New Tarzan was a muscular Swede Alexander Skarsgard, and the group acting support included Samuel L. Jackson and Oscar winner Christoph waltz. From them, by the way, suddenly a lot of humor. Instead of the classic story will show us the adventures of the adult civilized Tarzan, skillfully weaving in the history of the antislavery motives. For a budget of $180 million, this movie could be a little more daunting, but it's just another decent action-adventure blockbuster for adults and children.
While the Director of Harry Potter experimenting with Tarzan himself a former Harry Daniel Radcliffe looking all the more provocative role. In the film "Man Swiss army knife," Daniel will play a lifeless body. Come to this picture expecting to see the weirdest movie in my life. And he will either go home or be in tune with the on-screen madness and surrender to the charm of this story. Prisoner deserted island finds on the shore the corpse of a man, and on the basis of hunger, thirst and loneliness begins to communicate with him or even be friends. But a dead man with a blue face Radcliffe behaves like a child directly, soaked lewd jokes and helps mount Robinson to return home. The mystery of this painting is that for all the absurdity of what is happening the main character and his not too lively boyfriend is incredibly funny, and manage to quickly win the sympathy of the audience. The audience of this movie go at least a little confused, but smiling broadly.
Fantasy the great Steven Spielberg continues to create a charming magical creatures. And this time the Director took a fabulous giants. For Spielberg it is the first 100% children's fairy tale. Film adaptation of the book of Roald Delia tells the story of a girl orphan podkrovelnoj with a representative of the nation of giants which fortunately turned out to be the local outcast, a freak and a vegetarian. This is a very touching monster with a live person, and very touching speech. Although the new hero is very cute and is reminiscent of the old classic characters of the Director, to put the giant on a par with the same alien is not derived from the somewhat controversial ending and a lot of illogic, which adults, most likely, will not forgive a master like Spielberg, but while children may not notice.