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Muy crítico y estricto… la mayor parte del tiempo.

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The more solid ratings are the ones that I made reviews of, because I thought about them the most.

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The Doctor without a license.

Posted : 2 months ago on 22 January 2023 03:31 (A review of The Thirteenth Doctor)

With the thirteenth Doctor we have a Doctor that killed someone for no reason and let go free a killing AI, to then say that systems are never actually problematic and it just people, which is just plain wrong. She also supported a super corporation without knowing all about them, which were a bunch of fuck up shit, totally contrary to the moral principles of the Doctor. She does nothing to remediate this. All of that in one shitty episode (Kerblam!). 

She is also a Doctor with a childish view on guns, so against shooting, that she champions slowly suffocating and starving to dead as a more moral option (Arachnids in the UK). A Doctor that embodies a fundamental misunderstanding of the gun principle (The Ghost Monument) so much that she won’t let you defend yourself against killer robots with a gun even tho under her own moral system, it is okay to attack them because they can be repair.

She is a Doctor that’s okay with stasis, being trap in the cusp of life and death, when she originally was totally against it. (The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos).
How incredibly obscene, right?

She also comes up with unnecessary dangerous solutions to very easy problems (Resolution). Just take the Dalek of him with your hands!!! She almost kills that guy. 

But that’s not the end, she is also a Doctor who is apparently ok with someone being mistreated and possibly torture because of the color of their skin (Spyfall part 2). She also forgot to save her friends life, by the way. Needed to be reminded of it.

A Doctor that abandons two people she could easily save because she prefers to give a speech to characters who already agree with her (Orphan 55). 

And she is a Doctor who abandons her friend to suffer emotionally alone because is too awkward (Can you hear me?).

She is a Doctor that chose her own life above someone else. (The Timeless Children). Organic genocide is fine if someone else does it, I guess. Tenth was on a similar position with Donna's grandfather, and he chose to die and save him. Cause that’s what the Doctor would do!! Damn it Chibnall, you are a fan of this show!! WHY?

And she is a Doctor that sacrificed a Tardis, a living being for all we know of them; they have consciousness.

AND, AND, she is a Doctor that committed TRIPLE, not double like the War Doctor, but TRIPLE genocide… for no reason!!! There was no reason that would have work, and it didn’t. A Passenger was necessary to end the FLUX. She is so stupid, that for some reason, she thought that tree fleets would be enough to stop a force design to eat the fucking universe. No doubt while doing it, no remorse after it. What in the actual fuck?

Superficially she seems to be the Doctor, but the meat of it is rotten. She did not let Yaz in, never got a proper resolution to the revelation of her past lives, never learn from her mistakes o dealt with anything actually morally grey. She learned nothing as a person, and so did her companions. What a worthless and empty era. So glad is fucking over. What an absolute waste of Jodie and the first female Doctor. Is probably his fault that we have a man again so soon. Goddamnit, Chibnall!

That’s it.

Alaoz!

PS: Watch The Haunting of Villa Diodati, only time she truly feels like the Doctor.



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A Signal straight to my heart.

Posted : 2 months, 2 weeks ago on 8 January 2023 06:05 (A review of Signal)

INTRO

I just rewatch the show in Netflix and I wanted to share the review I wrote 4 years ago because there are some people who haven't watch it yet, which is wrong, and those people do not deserve happiness until they do.

Now, there’s one issue… just a tiny one. Season 2 isn’t out yet and I been waiting a while for it now and… maybe this year. Yes. This year.

Now, the first time I saw this show it absolutely shattered my world. 

“It did what?” 

Shattered my world!! 

I fucking loved it so much. I still do, it just wasn’t as powerful all around the second time, but still pretty fucking good.

This is a short one, as I don’t want to spoil much.


START

Signal is a drama-detective show, a procedural where a detective from the present communicates with a detective from the past and together they solved “cold cases” which are cases that happened in the winter. They use a radio for this. Now, you might be thinking that the cases are solved easily because of this, but you would be wrong. They can only communicate for around a minute or so and the cases are solved by good old-fashioned police work, sometimes mundane police work, the boring stuff that is usually not shown, but here is never really boring. Don’t ask me how, Kim is a magician ... God, I love her.

Anyway. Where was I?


Minimal spoilers incoming!


TIMEY WIMEY STUFF

Right. The timey wimey stuff is mostly there to kick start the case, to make it possible, to give it a gentle push, but is never used in a cheap way to solved the case when they hit a wall.

Part two of that is the butterfly effect and all that jazz. Now, writing time travel is usually a very bad idea because it is so hard to do correctly, to make it make sense, but, after years of Doctor Who, I don´t really care that much at this point. Is a flaw, but at the end, if is not that egregious, that obviously wrong that it is stupid, I can be fine with it if the rest is good. And the rest of Signal is very good. The time stuff is good too, I think.

I mean, the outcome is always bittersweet. They might save a person by solving the case or interrupting the killer, but another person dies as a consequence. Someone’s life is always getting fuck no matter what. There’s a point when they even regret doing the thing because so much shit went wrong and they almost quit. There’s a balance, an equilibrium that grounds the stakes and creates powerful drama. Some of that shit even impacts the main characters directly. One thing goes right, another gets wreck.

In terms of making sense, it kind of does. Is a very small “effect location”. I mean, is not impacting stuff in a big way, it does not care about the whole fabric of history and shit, only the lives of the characters related to the case, and how those changes impacted their existences, emotionally and physically. Is quite tight and small in scale, I didn’t notice crazy stuff going on, is all very minimized to avoid said butterfly problems and focus on the good stuff.

I only remember one moment that was kind of weird, because a character almost quits, but the reason it does not do that is because it gets advice from someone else, but that someone only gives the advice cause of future shit. But it can just be that originally there was another reason to stay and I pretty sure that I know what that is xD

Oh, and of course, the very basis of the show is... problematic, it seems to be a paradox, a sort of causal loop. But I mean, the show is not over so...  I trust in Kim.

Lastly, I´m not sure if they are following a rule like Doctor Who with time being in constant flux, capable of changing in “real time” at every point, or a more cause and effect straight line. There’re glimpses of the first one, tho. At least a similar one.

TECHNICAL STUFF

Now, the show has long episodes, but shit is always happening, case stuff and character stuff, learning about them in the past and present, their values and histories, and other present stuff beyond the immediate plot, and … uff.

Both timelines, both plots are happening at the same time in screen. Somehow, is not confusing, because is so competently weaved together that… god I love Kim so much. Writing and directing are on point. The transitions from thing to thing are fucking seamless, is just crazy good storytelling, crazy good television. Always keeps you engaged and trust you to get it and doesn’t explain stuff to you. The acting greatly helps with that.

Is so obvious compare to … I’m also rewatching the Thirteenth Doctors era because I hate myself, and my dad wants to see it anyway. They tell you the traits and conflicts of the characters to your fucking face! Not here, my darling, is all told to you thought filmmaking and acting, as is supposed to be.

Sorry for the detour, I just truly hate… Back to the review.

The cases last more than one episode because of this, is not solely focus on the crime, but in politics and character exploration. Now, there’s a bad side of this, episodes sometimedo not end when the case is over, so, you might want to rest and think about what you just saw, but the fucking thing keeps going. I guess it depend of what you like.

Lastly, the acting is fantastic, so much that a simple and basic character of a grieving mother is so powerfully portrait that you forget she’s not real and truly believed is a non-acting human being crying in front of you. She barely says anything, barely has anything beyond "someone kill my child and I'm sad" in the very few scenes she gets, and is still gut-wrenching seeing her pain.

I’m just saying that I usually don’t care when is just that, but damn.

The music is kinda meh. I used to criticize the repetitiveness of it, but now I feel that gives it that memorable touch, I mean, you hear the music and you immediately think of Signal. It could have achieved that in a different way, with more of a unique sound, but I don’t care that much. I don’t particularly like the sad one, tho, is kinda shit.

The directing is REALLY fun. I don’t think is unique of the show, in fact, is not, but I have never notice it as much in other shows or movies (Memento?). Is not a thing they use a couple of times, is a constant thing, every episode, and is tied to the time stuff.

Is simple, there’s basically a whole scene, but you don’t get to see the whole thing at once, you get little bits of the scene, or the scene from a particular character perspective, or just enough of the scene that is related to the current events or the knowledge the show wants you to have at that particular moment.

For example, you see a character escaping, and then, later, you see how exactly did he escape. So, if you thought that that was to easy, you learn that no, every little detail was well thought of and the show does not take easy routes.

You see a scene and think: “Well, that was all of it, surely”, and then, episodes later, you see even more of it and you´re like: “Oh shit, it was worse that it seemed”. That also applies to seeing a condensed version of the scene, as if it were a “previously in”, with all the heavy hitting moments highlighted, and then watching the whole of the events that feel like a knife slowly reopening the wound.

You might think I’m crazy for hyping a very common narrative style or technique, but its use in Signal is masterpiece levels. This capacity of creating tension, intrigue and “oh shit” when you get more context that makes a previous scene even stronger, a character more complex or tragic, or simply rewards your capacity to remember what happened, is glorious. Is a great back and fourth from present to past that makes everything more entertaining and elevates its content.

THEME

Is quite simple: Perseverance, never losing hope, corruption of people and the injustice of the world in which the rich and powerful get away with dark shit. “Is the way of the world, there’s nothing you can do”. Is a serious show, but it has a lot of moments of relaxation. It shows horrible people, but also very nice people, and grey too. It has people that never compromised their values, good examples to imitate, but it also has people who gave all that up for money and moving higher in the ladder.

So, the complexity of the human being is correctly explored.

I would have like to see more exploration of the morality of changing the past and stuff. But maybe later.

CHARACTER

Lastly but not least, actually, is the most important thing: Character.

They are very good, okey? Fucking great.

They have defined and different personalities that touches even the way they talk, they are quite human, they make mistakes, get carried away by their emotions, show every range of human emotion, and have views fuel by their experiences. And at least the most important ones, you get to know them well both as people and as professionals (things from their past, their relationships and feelings). They don’t get character development in “real time” but they all had it.

They are not the most original thing in the world, they are born of common archetypes in police stories, but they are so well constructed and portrait that they come to life. They are also not like real police, real cops are just doing a job, they don’t really care that much about justice and shit, in the show they really do. Soo-hyun says that you don’t really get use to seeing a dead body, but real detectives get desensitize real quick. And is fine they went with that, not everything has to be The Wire.

My favorite of the three main ones is Lee Jae-han, the detective from the past, he is simply excellent: he’s idealistic, kind, a real-life hero, a very smart, competent and noble men, but also has his flaws as a person, he is hotheaded, brash, rude, basically socially incompetent, he’s also very eager to get himself kill, and surprisingly insensitive. He is a deeply emotional and sensitive men, but he can really be an asshole sometimes, although is mostly cause he’s kinda dumb in that department. He is also very aggressive and loud, but so sweet too.

God damn, I love that guy.

The bad thing is that the majority of the criminals are just cunts, so, they are not particularly complex. The show makes it up for it with the rest of the characters around and inside the case, but still. 

I have more criticisms that the first time, in the more objective mark, I think is an 8/10.

But, in my heart, is still a 9/10.

Will I ever get to see season 2? Azathoth only knows.

That’s it.

Alaoz!



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Not dreamy enough.

Posted : 5 months, 4 weeks ago on 28 September 2022 04:52 (A review of The Sandman)

More than a review, I just want to complain a bit. Although I guess that’s mostly what my reviews consist of anyway.

WARNING: LANGUAGE.

The show is kind of cowardly, visually speaking. I mean, wtf is that Despair? I fucking hate it so much. So boring, she's just an overweight woman, regular looking, wearing clothes! She looks like a normal person. She is so weird to look at in the comic, like entrancing and shit, uncomfortable.

I seriously lost my shit when I saw this version, like, I emitted a low almost hearable growl. Alright? That’s big for me.

As a whole the show doesn’t feel daring enough, weird enough, dreamy enough. It looks to clean, to normal, to boring sometimes. Can’t really explain it much better that that as of now, the character design is easier to point out in written form. The extra episodes were much better at this things.

The Endless were the disappointing ones, really. Desire is great, the best one, by far. Not only faithful enough, but the actor looks really cool, like, they have a very distinct face. Perfect smiling.

Dream is just … fine. Just looks like a dude most of the time, not imposing enough, not cool looking enough, you know? Eyes of stars and all that. Weird hair, long robes, and the like. The actor is good so, makes up for it. But I never saw him as something beyond human.

I don’t know what Neil means by “It didn’t work”. I seen some cosplays that get the feel right. But they always say that, don’t they?
And then some random fuck with not even the tenth of the budget does it just fine.

“He has to mingle” he said. Just make the fuck appeared normal to the people around him that he doesn’t want to show his “true” form to, then. Is the viewer you should be thinking about. And you really think people on the street are going to be like: “Look, an Endless”? Instead of just ignoring the weird punk guy? 

“Don’t look at him, Timmy. He is a bad influence. Sodomy is wrong!”

Or, OR, he could just be invisible until he no longer wants to. You know, his like a god and shit. I just feel like there are a lot of ways to work around that.

But of course, I don't really know everything that went down in production.

Now, the controversial one: Death. 

More controversial than Despair, really? Jeez.

People really like her design, like really like it, and they were understandably annoyed at the change. Racist and non-racist alike. They were not happy!

Some were weird, tho, like, they forgot that the Endless have no real appearance.

Now, I do like the design, technically, I’m just tired of it. Not hers in particular, just the idea that every time that a character like that is made, that represents something of that nature, they always go for the pale white skin and the dark hair, you know, the whole gothic look. And I’m done with it, do something different. Other combinations are cool too, dark skin and yellow eyes and maybe white hair work really well. Or other creative stuff that you can do. 

So, I was excited for a different and unique look.

But she is just a black lady, she’s even dressed the same. I mean, make her different, a more African version maybe, or something, anything but the same.
Different clothes, eyes and hairstyle. I just wanted a cool and creative and daring look, not just some pretty woman that looks normal.

She can be approachable with her personality, besides her look, so ...

By the way, if Neil cared that much about diversity, why didn’t he do it in the first place? Humm? HUMMM??

It’s a pretty white comic for the most part.

Tweet that to him.

Anyway, the show just bored me visually. I mean, if not with concepts in human form, when will you make colorful and bizarre looking people in a fantastical magical show? Like damn. I’m not going to dream with these designs.

That’s it.

Gwendoline Christie was like, perfect casting, by the way. Probably the best with Desire and The Corinthian (that guy is really having fun).

Before I go … Was I the only one confused when they saw that Rose Walker was going to be black? Cause that probably meant that Unity was black, but she lived in old-timey London. Are we just going to pretend that they weren’t racist as fuck back then? They are a bunch of racist cunts right now! I mean … Jesus. 

Doctor Who did that a lot, it was confusing. Is that like an English thing? They just like to pretend they weren’t that bad?

Anyway. That it, this time for real. Sorry if I got to political ...

The show is a 6 by the way. Diner episode is still the best, my favorite from the comic as well. That actually captured the atmosphere of the comic, and the first episode did that too, It made me have high hopes that sadly weren’t met.

Alaoz!

PS: Why was only one foster parent an asshole? Women can be shit too!



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This shit is gonna haunt you.

Posted : 8 months, 2 weeks ago on 13 July 2022 03:00 (A review of SOMA)

Hello.

I just want to explain in fast words why SOMA is great, just enough to make anyone who hasn’t played it yet put it higher in their list.

More than being a great game, is a great experience if you let it.

SOMA is not for everyone; the game asks a lot from you. It needs you to completely immerse yourself in the world to be able to enjoy it at his highest potential, to suspend your disbelief at maximum, to not treat it like a “game” if you know what I mean.

They help you by making it look beautiful, with good music, a great atmosphere, great themes, good characters and a good story, but you have to do your part. You kind of have to play it right. I mean, it makes no sense to play like a maniac a game when you need to be careful, use stealth and absorb your surroundings.

Is kind of a problem, is annoying and it is funny when I see somebody beating the game faster because they just run like crazy and somehow, they get rewarded for it. Of course, they get punish in not actually experiencing things right.

But that’s not the big one. There might be a sense of futility, and annoyance can be born from that.

Choices ARE important in SOMA, never let anyone tell you the opposite, they are, just not the way it usually is. They are not going to affect the story or the characters, you can choose one of two options and the result at the end would pretty much be the same for the story, but not for you, never for you.

The choices in SOMA are questions of morality, the choices in SOMA test your philosophy on life, on what makes us human, on consciousness. Unlike a movie when you see a character make a decision and take action based on hers or his moral principles, in the game, it is you making those choices. Yes, you control Simon, but the point is that you’re supposed to put yourself in his place, you’re the one pressing the button, this are your actions.

Yes, it is a game and that might no be the best thing for you, you might want to have a different ending or a different path, but that’s not the purpose of SOMA. Making those choices hits you harder that watching a film or reading a book would. YOU press the button, and then you see the consequences of your actions.

Yes, the encounters are not that good, the game is not that hard and it is quite short, BUT, very few games can have such an impact on you as a person.

That’s all for this part, hope it is enough. 

Now I want to share a little anecdote of me playing the game, my experience with certain decision.

It is a spoiler so, if you haven’t played the game yet, go away now and play it.

If you already have and like me you are capable of connecting with good storytelling on a deep and emotional level and you still have your memories of your experience close to your chest, you might want to know my reaction to a certain hard decision.



STARTS HERE.

SPOILER.

Remember that moment when you get clone and Catherine gives you a choice?

I’m not kidding when I say that I thought about it for forty something minutes or so before pressing the button. It seemed a long time for me at the time, but now, I probably should have thought about it for even longer.

I also google for a bit looking for arguments that I hadn’t thought about. They did not help at the end. 

I made a bad choice, I unplugged Simon II. I clearly thought it was the right choice even tho it wasn’t morally perfect, it just seemed right.

Despite all my time thinking and the complex arguments in my head and in google, I sought comfort in the basic idea of preventing him future suffering.

I mean … He was alone, abandoned, with no possibility of escape and trapped with crazy monster who wanted to kill him. I thought that I would want that to happened, to not suffer, but I can’t  know, not really. I think that. But in the actual moment? I might choose different. 

He still was his own person and I didn’t have the right to choose for him. But I thought I was being kind. Yes, If he wanted to die, he could have kill himself and save himself that pain, but he would have suffer much before that.

It only hit me days later that … I stole from him a good experience. I just couldn't think about every possibility in that moment. Forty minutes and still I was under pressure and could not think to the fullest of my capacity. It was only when I was done with the game that I thought about him finding a sense of peace. Yes, he was alone and abandoned, but the mission was being carry on. He helped save the ark, helped humanity. He fulfilled a purpose, perform a good act. He could have died … happy. And I took that from him. 

It seems so easy and obvious now, but it wasn’t then.

Man, is lucky it is just a fucking game at the end cause, holy cow, that would have severely fuck me up. 

Can you imagine that shit in real life? Oh, by Allah, how much therapy?

I’m done now.

Alaoz!



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The Riddler (Paul Dano) review

Posted : 11 months ago on 26 April 2022 04:57 (A review of The Riddler (Paul Dano))

I couldn’t come out with a funny riddle for the title, okay! Give me some time.

Anyway. This are some of the things I like.

The scene where he kills the mayor is an excellent introduction. He is clumsy physically, but clever in the head, determined. He stuck to the shadows, like ... well, you know. Parallels, parallels. 

He is a very entertaining villain, his performance is very engaging, his voice, the way he shouts or emphasizes certain words, his way of breathing, his humor in the riddles and puzzles, and the fact that he likes to give chances to people, even though he never had that luck. So cute.

I also like the way that he looks, not just as the Riddler, but as a civilian. Not that I would have had much of a problem if they had used an actor who looked intimidating and tough, or particularly attractive, but I prefer him to look like an average guy, who might get lost in the crowd, who you wouldn't suspect. Most psychopathic criminals don't have a very conspicuous appearance.

I asked myself a question while thinking about his character. Would I have liked it more if it had a moral and ethical code in which it is only allowed to hurt the corrupt and "bad" and that, if someone who is not, gets hurt, that would fuck with him mentally? Maybe, probably I would have written him that way, is more interesting to me, but that doesn't mean that the characterization of him is bad or definitely worse.

It seems to me that he is a psychopath with a mission, a crusade and a grudge. He's going to reveal the truth about the city and its corruption, have fun doing it, take it out on Bruce, and then create real change, using a flood to clean out the cesspool they call a city. In his mind, the city is lost and the system is rotten, there is no way to fix it, much less with more politicians with empty or false promises, it needs a fresh start.

His speech in Arkham is wonderful, I even like it when he starts to sing, although not as much. And I also like his last post. In those two moments you understand perfectly all the anger that he carries inside, how insane he is, how much he has been consumed by revenge, by ... vengeance. This is not a person who fights for justice or cares, he is a crazy delusional piece of shit. He’s lashing out, he is a fringe person, a nobody who wants to be somebody, full of anger, just like his followers. And he is going to kill all the people who are responsible for his misery and make a spectacle of it, while acting like a instrument of true change, like he is more than just a person.


7/10.


Solid guy.


That’s it for now.


Alaoz!



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El Vengeance!

Posted : 11 months ago on 26 April 2022 04:35 (A review of The Batman)

COLD OPEN.

I like the idea that he calls himself “Vengeance”, but that some fuck, just for the shit and giggles, called him “Batman” and it stuck. Everyone calls him Batman, now.

"Look, is the Batman! Ooh! What are you going to do? Throw guano at me?"

I wasn't going to write anything. I saw the movie, I liked it, it seemed good to me, I went on with my life. But then I saw some negative reviews, I considered them, I thought maybe it wasn't as good as I thought it was, but then I thought about it, and I think it's still a very strong movie.

Spoilers galore.

PART 1

There are indefensible things, several errors, which I will talk about first, since it is the most fun for me… Well, if you can defend them, try it, I, at least, did not find a defense. That speaks well of the film, that I wanted to find defenses, it is as if I had seen the quality even if I could not decipher all the reasons that made it.

The huge problem is that Batman should have died after falling after escaping the police station. And if not dead, at the very least he should have broken his back. The fact is that nothing is wrong with him, he doesn't even wake up in pain. Why the hell did they do that scene? No fucking idea.

It also seems to me that the explosion in the church should have caused a little more damage. It didn't have to be that strong, so much that he flights across the room, it's just that way because it looks cool. Maybe, if they could have a higher age rating, it would just blow up enough to severed the DA's head off, in a bloody fashion.

Honestly, the Riddler thinks they're friends, he wouldn't want to hurt him in any way. He puts him in danger, they could have removed the mask, making things difficult.

If Catwoman doesn't miss that shot, which is much easier to hit than to screw up, part of Riddler's plan no longer works and we no longer have those good scenes that follow. I don't think she can fail that, she is not a beginner. As a problem is not very big, but it did not have to go that way. And that the light goes out just at that very moment is quite convenient, it doesn't allow her to shoot him again.

Another thing, just as big a problem, maybe a little less, is Alfred not telling Bruce what the mistake is in El Rata Alada. He tells him that there is a mistake, so he knows what the mistake is, but he doesn't tell him. It seems very strange to me, it didn't cost him anything. He would have saved us a lot of time, potentially.

The last more or less significant problem is that no forensic officer, no detective, not even Batman himself thought that maybe they should check the whole place, his whole house, including under the carpet. The Riddler is a mastermind, he has used explosives before… Wouldn't it be rational to think that he might have bombs there to kill them? At the very least he would have something weird there. It's worth it.

Batman must have at least been suspicious of the fact that he turned himself in, because it was clear to me that the Riddler himself was the "witness." Batman holds him in high regard. "He doesn't make mistakes," he said at one point. It seems to me that it is a little problem, a contradiction, even. He thinks he's a genius, but is he going to be seen by a witness and then sit in a dining room? Weird.

The last issue I'll mention is that the DA didn't have any bodyguards, considering he was scared shitless, prone to drug use, and knows the Riddler is most likely after him.

Then there are little things that don't need to be mentioned, that are inconsequential to me or don't matter. For example, to give you an idea, the thing that he injected into his leg during the final fight. They probably should have set it up before, but it makes a lot of sense for him to have something like that. Whether it's adrenaline, super adrenaline or Bane's poison.

The last problem I will mention… this time it is the case, I promise. I don't know why the Riddler had to be imprisoned in Arkham at the end. If he wanted to be safe, it seems that there are many other places, where he would also be free. If he wanted to contact Batman, he could have left him his number to meet somewhere or something. A riddle, which only he could figure out.

There's a defense for that, but it seems weak to me: It was basically over, so going to jail wasn't important, it was the followers turn, right? It could work, but at no time does he give the impression that he is that kind of person, I believe more that he wants to be free to continue doing his things. Also, there are better places to relax.

PART 2

Now, what I like, because yes, I swear, there are many things that I like and think they are good. The best without a doubt is the: “Open your eyes!” by Gordon. It's a meme I'll use for the rest of my life.

Now, this section is going to be even shorter that originally was, because a lot is about the Riddler, so, if you give a shit as to why I like him, go to his page and see my review of him there. Because he is the main reason I like the film.

Now, the rest.

I've never liked Batman, not really. I prefer Daredevil. I don't know exactly why, but it is the case. I don't dislike him, but I don't care either. Maybe it's the fact that he's so broken, with so many skills and tools; the money gives him a lot of advantage. I guess that's why it's better when his villains screw him intellectually, like the Riddler in this movie.

But this Batman is not a master of everything, he is not an expert in all the martial arts in the world, which is impossible even with all the money. He takes hits, he doesn't know things, and he's still learning what he should be. It is his arc in the movie, overcoming revenge to get to true heroism. Batman should not be an inspiration to commit terrorist acts, he should not be only fear. Yes, he has plot armor, but perfection is a tall order for Matt Reeves.

I would have liked them to explore more his code of not killing, his reasoning, because the one he has in Under the Hood is childish, understandable, but silly. But, it's only the first movie. I can wait.

I like the atmosphere, everything technical is excellent, that goes without saying, but the atmosphere is… uff. It's dark, dirty, cold and decadent, it's very immersive. It's a detective story, it fits the mood perfectly, and it's something you don't usually see in Batman movies. It is one of his character traits that I do like. I even like the internal monologue, as many of the detective stories have, especially the old ones. It is a good way to know the way he sees       himself. Those monologues have always seemed funny to me, but not here, it is a very serious film, it was difficult for me not to be totally immersed to be able notice things like that.

There are more things that I like, but I don't find it very interesting to talk about it, and the review is already getting long. I'll just say that I like what they did with his parents, his broken relationship with Alfred, the fact that Bruce is consumed by his alter ego, that Zoë Kravitz is a goddess and that she plays a beginner Catwoman who makes you care about her problems, that Pattinson does a good job and looks great as Batman; that his body looks realistically fit instead of super ripped; and that the fights are rough and that you can feel the weight of each blow, etc, etc.

The Penguin was cool.

The movie works. It has a good main character and good secondary characters, and a good theme, but in the end, the Riddler is the only thing that makes me passionate. More than anything it was him the reason I wrote this review.

7/10.

A solid one.

It's a good movie, and you should see it.

Alaoz!

PS: Matt Reeves looks like the actor who plays Riddler… Hum. Curious.



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"Mom! Buffy! Tara! Waah!"

Posted : 11 months, 3 weeks ago on 2 April 2022 02:25 (A review of Dawn Summers)

When she was the key she was great, fantastic even, then she goes kind of dull. She stagnated a bit. Became just a regular character reacting.

So maybe her greatness didn't come from her character traits. Still, very human.


She goes from a strong 8 to a 6.

Being a Watcher makes sense, but comes too late.

Still, she's a buffyverse character so, she's funny and complicated. She made me cry.
Being the key, her existential problems, her grieve, her pain, her stealing, all her issues are fucking heartbreaking.

She's a vital and empathetic character for most of her time, and if you don't like her, maybe you're a misog ... just kidding ... Or Am i?


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Wait a minute, that’s The Doctor!

Posted : 1 year, 2 months ago on 30 December 2021 02:33 (A review of Broadchurch)

I choose to see this show as one of the times he became human.

Series 1.

Just in case, I let you know, this has spoilers. Watch the show, you fuck!

The first thing I want to do is congratulate the series on the realism of the police procedure, especially the forensics uniform. It is not something that should be congratulated, but so many times it is poorly done. On top of that, it shows well how difficult it is to close a murder case, especially in a town with such ridiculously inexperienced police.

The realism spreads throughout the show. The series is filled with wonderfully written and expertly acted characters, they feel so natural that it's easy to see them as people and empathize with them on a supreme level. They don't say things that would make them look innocent for a multitude of reasons, such as shame and regret, a haunting past, or just a "it's not of your fucking business." People are like that, we keep quiet about things because they are private, because of the harm it can cause to others, no matter how much it makes sense to say them to save ourselves.

It is difficult to say that there is a protagonist, at least for me. The vast majority have the same time on camera, the detectives investigating the case are not more important than the family suffering from the death of their son, nor are they more complex or more in-depth. Maybe Broadchurch itself is the main character …

I would not say that the characters are the most extraordinary ever, you are not going to see a lot of character development (not that it is mandatory and they are mostly adults anyway) or something particularly original or outstanding, but the development of it is fantastic. They are normal people with well-defined personalities and things in their past that characterize them, now dealing with something very heavy and reacting to things as people, as only they could.

The series has a heavy, tense atmosphere, it doesn't let you relax for long. Difficult emotions keep flying all over the place. All of that is helped by the fantastic music and performances. I'd be lying if I said it didn't make me cry multiple times (even my dad cried like a bitch). And the direction is capable of making you see a place that beautiful as a bleak and melancholic place.

There are light moments when you can laugh, people will always try to stop suffering at least for a second, but the pressure of the situation is always present. As an extreme example of that idea, I really like it when Beth and Mark are looking at old photos of Danny, smiling at the good times, while for Jack, looking at old photos brings up horrible memories that push him to suicide.

The investigation is important and well done, but it is the least compared to the stories of the interrogated characters and what they are feeling. The series does not do the usual stuff of the genre, the detectives do try to do the typical, it is their job, but the series itself does not want the murderer to screw himself during his interrogation, or use what other suspects say to formulate a puzzle to create the case, no, here the interrogations serve more to know things about these people that otherwise they would never say.

The series is very successful giving you several possible suspects to choose from, all plausible, all with a more or less strong connection to Danny. Directing and seeing various things through Hardy's eyes makes perfectly normal behavior look bad and suspicious. The list of suspects is long, and in such a small town where everyone knows each other, whoever the murderer is, it will be a serious blow to the community and the family. What a horrible thing to have to distrust your friends, even your own husband.

But more important than that is looking at the different ways the family deals with grief. Beth (who I think is the best, as she has more to go through) wants to feel useful, keep busy, otherwise she would go crazy. Also, she needs a sign that his son is fine wherever he is, she feels the guilt of believing she has failed him, and has to deal with a new life growing inside of her, when her heart is "still so full of Danny."

Her mother is in support mode. Mark is able to bury stuff so he doesn't have to deal with all the horror, and perhaps that is why he is the most affected as the series progresses (I’m including the following series/seasons), since everything eats away at him. At the same time, he has to deal with his own guilt for his infidelity and for having beaten his son. Also, he thinks he failed him too.

Chloe, the sister, wants to be a teenager and have fun, she doesn't want to just be flooded with grief and be the dead boy's sister. At the same time, she wants to act in the pursuit of justice for her brother when she believes the police are not doing enough, so she clearly cares a lot.

There's not much to say about Hardy, he's solid, his personality is strong and entertaining, and David's charisma certainly helps, but he's not the most interesting either. It is great that he wanted to get away from stuff, only to find a horrible thing, and his own guilt for failing before fuels his drive to catch the killer, damn his health … wait a second, he’s awesome!

Ellie has a certain level of development, she hardens a bit as a person, and while she doesn't change that much, her reactions and everything, like I said, are natural and realistic. And that works for me for an 8-episode tv show that has to deal with so much, plus the main focus is the family.

Joe is an interesting character. It took three months for the guilt to become too much for him and he ended up giving himself up. I don't know if it would have been enough to get him arrested without his confession, so despite everything, he still has a moral fiber. (That's why I don't really like what he does in season 2, but it doesn't seem impossible either.)

 

It's interesting because even he doesn't know exactly what he is and why he did what he did, and the series doesn't give you a definitive answer. He may be a pedophile, as he may not be exactly. He was probably afraid that he was, or maybe he was half sure that he was and hated that, so when Danny says those things to him, the mixture of emotions, his own shame and the fear that he might leave him, make him lose his head and he ends up strangling him by accident.

In case it is not so obvious, clearly the series is not going to show him feeling guilty, because that way they spoil the end. Clearly Joe has a certain level of composure, he’s able to handle himself well in public. It may be something that does not combine so well with the fact that he surrenders himself, but you cannot tell me that it is an impossibility that when we do not see him he suffers like crazy, and by the time we see him, he is already calmer. People are complex.

If I have a problem with the series, it is the presence of the psychic, because is pure bullshit. I do not feel that the series is telling me that he is a fraud. Nor can I claim that it says otherwise, but it certainly seems inclined to that side. He knows a thing or two that he probably shouldn't know. It's not that big of a problem either, it doesn't really affect the investigation, everything would have gone the same without him, so even if Chibnall believes in those things, at least he or an editor had the good sense to minimize the effect of the psychic, otherwise, it would have made the writing lazier, there's not much need to investigate when you have someone giving you vital information.

Beyond that, although there are a few non-round tidbits, like the fact that Chloe doesn't seem to feel much guilt over Jack, she doesn't deal with it in any way, or how weird Susan Wright is sometimes, or the fact that Reverend Rory, I mean, Paul, does not have as many religious lines in his church as you would expect, they are things that do not affect the vast majority of the work and its exceptionality.

Anyway. Broadchurch is an excellent series, at least in its first season. And I think it deserves a:

8/10.

Alaoz!



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Stake this monstrosity!

Posted : 1 year, 2 months ago on 27 December 2021 03:55 (A review of Castlevania)

English is not my native language so I apologize for the errors that are bound to exist.


Castlevania is a fun vampire, because it doesn’t suck blood, it just sucks.

Don't be fooled by the good art, the competent animation that is terrific at times, the excellent voice acting or the blood that makes you think this shit is mature. And that weird episode in which suddenly there is sex everywhere.

It's a pretty lazy series and I don't believe they planned the story, it very much seems like they wrote it on the fly, which should be impossible because of the Netflix format, but it still seems to be the case.

Now, I’m gonna stake this bitch!

CHARACTER

No, the characters are not great, they are barely functional, and virtually none of them get development. They are very soft.

Sypha's development is that she starts cursing, that's all. That she knows how screwed up the world can be doesn't really change her personality or her way of thinking. It doesn’t matter.

Alucard goes crazy for a few moments after the betrayal of the Japanese, but it doesn't really matter because it is ignored, it leads nowhere.

Trevor … no idea. He strikes me as the same fuck from the beginning, but now with a mission.

Issac doesn't make fucking sense in development, but the potential was there. And I don’t give a fuck about the rest.

The vampire lovers (the lesbians) were sweet, I liked their relationship, but they barely appeared, it's disappointing. There was a lot of potential with them. At least they are alive and together. Better than Lenore and the other fuck. Lenore was awesome in her first appearances, she was smart and interesting. But once that arc is over, they no longer know what to do with her.

I don't like Hector. He is very weak. He's not a bad character exactly, he's just a dumbass for the most part. And then, when he's smart, he shouldn't have been able to even do any of those things, he should have been under constant surveillance. But vampires are idiots in that season.

Dracula is a cunt that doesn't deserve that happy ending. There is no excuse for genocide, man. Kill yourself, by yourself. But I guess everybody grieves in different ways.

Isaac. Oh Isaac. Probably the character with the most potential. His character journey should have gone this way: 1. Hating humans because they are shit. 2. Learn that not all of them are shit. 3. He doesn’t forget that several of them are indeed shit. 4. Protect those who are not shit. 5. Lead them to be better.

Very simple, but they screw it up. Because they prefer to focus on the shitty adventures of Trevor and Sypha. Two characters with very little to offer. (I would have gone in to more detail about Issac journey, but the ideas I have for that would are gonna be use in a story of mine).

Instead of that, he thinks humans are shit because ONE guy hurt him. We are never shown any other encounters in his past, so I can assume that.

I have no idea why he doesn't have a problem with vampires the same way, they are worse. It's okay that he likes Dracula, but the rest are never more than pieces of shit.

No matter. Then, in a desert, he meets three or four one-dimensional humans, who are literally evil for no reason. That reinforces his hatred of them. All very lazy.

Then he meets two who are not totally shit, but is not like they do many good things. One gives him a drink and a conversation on his boat, and the other gifts him a magic mirror. That's it, that’s enough. That makes him hesitate for a while, but they are such minimal things compared to the bad things that he seems to believe about humans that it is laughable.

Then, VERY reasonable soldiers won't let him in into their city, because they know what the demons have been doing and the things they have ruin. Isaac sees that as something so irrational and evil, that he destroys all doubt and hates humans completely again. Of course, he murders them all.

People, don't forget, Isaac is a mass murderer. He is a bastard.

Then he meets a sorcerer who enslaved an entire city, another Forgemaster who is friendly, but strange ... he murders him and decides to rebuild the city for a reason that is not explained. Suddenly, he has decided to form a utopia. I mean, that's the obvious endpoint of his journey, I said it should in his early episodes, but he comes to that conclusion OFF-CAMERA.

Isaac is a fucking idiot despite having wise dialogue and an orgasmic voice. He sucks!

FIGHTS, MAGIC AND STUFF

One of the two biggest problems with the series is the lack of plausibility of the fights. Trevor is human in the series, only human. Even so, he can be psychically equal to beasts much larger and three times as thick as he is. He kicks them and hurts them, he takes their hits and survives. He is able to evade them!

It is very difficult to enjoy the battles when I kept pointing out all the times that he should have died. It gets really bad in the last season, when, after being stabbed, cut and beaten, as well as being exhausted, he goes to battle against the giant form of Death, does impossible things, endures all his blows and ends up winning. Da hell!

It is very implausible and it makes me angry. Also, another reason why he wins is because the enemies are idiots who never take advantage of their … advantages, and make horrible decisions. Most demons are beasts, but even animals would not be that dumb.

One of the worst scenes was Trevor's battle in the library. There is a giant who should have crushed him, but he stays still after taking ONE hit and allows himself to be killed. Of course, the rest attack him one by one. Because if enemies were to wait for their turn, those would be beast demons. Makes perfect sense.

No one mentions how rare his durability is and the things that he does, so that maybe you can argue that he is superhuman. The series does not seem to be aware of the problem. Just because is animated doesn't mean you have the excuse for him to do impossible things. It is not a comedy, it does not have that advantage.

And don't tell me it doesn't matter that much, that they are just fights. You can't tell me that when there are so many of them. The story progresses through fights and action scenes, and almost all of them are horrible. Not even the choreography is good, if you pay attention, many of the decisions are stupid. Nobody who knows how to fight would do the movements that the series shows you. It's the animation that makes you think it's good, but there are more important things than how beautiful it looks.

The show is rather silly, it doesn't understand the Trevor problem. It does not understand that Sypha is more broken that my anus, because she can use 3 super magics and she NEVER gets tired, no matter how much she uses it all the time, no matter how big her ice shits are and how much fire she shoots. She doesn't even have trouble breathing or pain in her hands. Nothing! She overpowers a whole castle!

Suddenly we learn that she can use thunder too, in the middle of season three I think. She never uses it before, but she always uses it after that first time. We are not told that she studied it recently, she can just use it, just like that, just when it was important. It makes it seem that they just came of with that as an asspull.

She is undoubtedly the most powerful character in the show, but Trevor still has to deal with Death. Sypha just wants to be nice, because she doesn't need his help and she shouldn’t have to leave the most important and dangerous things to him.

I don’t believe that she cannot win a battle, I never feel her in danger because I know that she has unlimited power. And she's not stupid, of course, unless the show requires her to be stupid in order to advance the plot. Like when she sees the marks on the houses in that village, and she knows they are for something fuck up, and neither she nor Saint Germain think that, maybe, just maybe, they should erase them. Just in case.

They don't do that and it all goes to hell. I was not happy with that story arc, it was very stupid. The best part was the design of the madman in charge of the cult.

The series does that a lot. They are presented to us as competent, but when they have to be morons, they are. Artificial plot! And that is the biggest problem of the show. Alucard can fly and move VERY, VERY fast, but when he must go to the castle room where Saint Germain awaits so he can stop him, he runs at normal speed. WTF And he never removes the stones (or whatever they are) that he senses are for something bad. He's a fucking idiot!

If he had flown, the story arc ends there. If Trevor and Sypha had erased the marks, the story arc would end there. Everything moves forward thanks to stupid decisions, not even just convenience, no, purely idiotic decisions. You know what Neil deGrasse Tyson would say about that.

It's a frustrating series. It should have ended with the death of Dracula. But the show drank more than it could pee.

This could have been longer, it would have been so easy to dissect everything wrong with every character and every season (except for the first one, that one is okay) but I’m tired now. I might make a video someday, that way I can use the visual evidence while I shit on it.

That's it.

4/10.

Alaoz!

PS: The vampire geisha was cool as fuck. But they give us her story after she's already dead. Assholes.


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There is only room for one god in this lab ...

Posted : 1 year, 3 months ago on 28 November 2021 01:02 (A review of Fringe)

... and it's not yours.


English is not my native language so I apologize for the errors that are bound to exist.


Would I recommend Fringe?

Well … Yeah, but is complicated.

Very much like Buffy, you have to go through a shitty start (a season and a half in this case) to get to the good stuff, later to the great stuff, to then lose some steam and end with a disappointing yet not bad finally.

Fringe is kind of an episodic show, very much a procedural, then turns into sort of a spy show, goes back to procedural and ends up being a rebels vs empire, all of these facets with lots of sci-fi shit.

At the beginning, the show suffers from not enough focus on character, specially from the episodic stories, so you don’t really care about the people committing the crimes or the people investigating them. They focus to much on how cool or weird are the sci-fi stuff and on the investigation, and not enough on the most important part, the part that makes you care.

It also suffers from stupid behavior, characters that are supposed to be competent or really smart being fucking idiots when the plot needs them to, which allows the stories to continued, it happens with the episodic ones as well as the larger plots. Is all very shitty.

And I would not forgive the treatment that Gillian Jacobs got. Bastards!

Of course, is a J.J show, despite the fact that his involvement from a writing perspective is limited to co-writing two episodes during the shitty part of the show and co-creating the lore. In J.J. Abrams fashion, the show has a lot of mysteries that promises is going to answer. They do, in fact, answer them. Not absolutely all of them, but those ones are really not important. The big ones are all there.

The big reason I would recommend Fringe is the existence of Walter Bishop. Even when the show was shit, he still was really good. It was weird, like there was a writer who only wrote him and then fuck off.

Walter is a complex character who constantly has to face the damage he has done when he was a different man, a scarier man. He is not all there in the head, which causes both funny and sad scenes, besides creating some mystery and character exploration. He’s funny, he’s clever, he’s goofy, sweet and energetic, and of course, very, very interesting.
A thoroughly entertaining and memorable character.

With time, the majority of the main cast gets enough development and exploration for them to work and leave a mark, but at least for me, I did not care much for them. Except for Astrid, who is really sweet and clever, and has a good friendship with Walter that I wish it was explored a bit more.

Main characters and others are not evil just because, which is really great. Is all very layered.

Anyway. The show looks good, the acting is usually good, bla bla. And despite mistakes, has a lot of good stuff in it, and season 3 is particularly good. Almost every episode in season 3 has good stories that are thematically related to the characters or the world.

And the characters are usually very smart, which was very shocking to me. I was so confused, it all happened so fast, the quality just jumps halfway season 2. Is almost like the writers were force to write those early episodes.

And, surprisingly, "Peter" is one of the best episodes of television ever made. It was a surprise cause it was in Season 2.

By the way, the scientific mumbo jumbo is very funny cause, you google the explanation they give in the show and surprise, it does not work like that.

The ending is rushed thanks to the cancelation, but the character work is on point and none of them get destroyed. And that’s the most important part.

As a whole, the show works enough to deserve a passable note… for now.

6/10.

Alaoz!


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You are more focused on listening albums?
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Do stephen's other works have bizarre scenes like this one?
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Yeah, very weird. I understand that within that context it fits, but it's still a bizarre scene. Maybe he tried to solve this in another way, in his mind. We will never know...
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Probably the same thing. But I will try to read a few more books.
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