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Posted by MewtwoPlay - 3 days ago

They say that when you criticize a work you give a summary of what you've seen, but I think this movie will be an exception to that rule.

The first thing I did to make this review was: download the movie through mediafire, skip some scenes to watch quickly and I told myself... was it really worth watching?

and the answer is, a resounding... NO

Disney and fucking pixar tried to play god, they tried to play russian roulette with more bullets on their heads, they tried to put thousands of tons of coal in the locomotive... but we know that everything they did would only be as a result of their own death.

There was a time when companies created stories to make toys and that in a matter of only a short time they were a success, such as He-man and the masters of the universe, Thundercats and Max Steel reached great popularity, so much so that made many generations excited but, what I want to get at that question is...

What was the most horrible mistake, the most fucked up that this movie had?

and I myself will answer them with simple paragraphs:

First, change from children's audience to older teenagers woke up shit that they don't even watch children's movies and are only accusing about a supposedly racist scene or demanding that they put representation or whatever as if they were the center of the whole world when there are things more important.

Second, putting an extremely woke agenda to the extreme, so much so that the story, the characters and the antagonist were nothing more than pure filler.

Third, make buzz lightyear an idiotic protagonist, according to disney and pixar the movie is based on the times of the 90s and supposedly at that time Andy was young, to be honest if it were Andy he would have already thrown away Buzz Light's birthday present Year in the trash without even opening it.

And finally, the most humiliating and fucked up mistake, spending 200 million dollars on this movie only to unfortunately one day raise only 5 million (on an international level), making 14 countries ban this movie for excessive progressivism, and making 99% of the world hate completely disney, never again to be a magical world.

To conclude this review I will write a sentence from a person that perfectly describes the ruin of disney: "A kick in the ass, which sent the entire audience to Dreamworks."



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Posted by MewtwoPlay - May 9th, 2022

Criticism of Paramount's Halo series:

Although I thought the series was going to be epic in the trailer, there is no doubt that TV and movies have yet to learn about video game lo9re, this series not only ignored the entire history of the saga if not that they also do not even try to make an original story, not even the characters are endearing, what is more they changed their race to two characters just to be supposedly "inclusive" when we already had Sergeant Johnson a character that for me is one of the best halo characters, but unfortunately they didn't put Johnson in the series and they decided to put characters that weren't even in the game and to destroy this series even more they had the nerve or the stupidity to commit the biggest sin of the 10 commandments ...they had in the first episode, not the series finale, THE FIRST episode, they took off Master fucking Chief's helmet, putting Master Chief without the helmet is like that legendary Spartan got turned into a simple and common Spartan and that was enough reason to say that this series does not deserve to exist or even deserve a reboot because what they did is already done and "broken".iu_631182_8012133.jpg

Posted by MewtwoPlay - February 3rd, 2022

I will tell you an anecdote, when I saw the trailer for The Book of Boba Fett I thought I was going to make a good series but with the first three episodes I saw I said, (this is not Star Wars) the story was weak, the characters looked flat without any attractive feature and not to mention the bikers in episode 3, damn it the colors of the bikes looked like the Power Rangers, it was disappointing, at that moment I stopped watching it, until episode 6 appeared, at first I didn't have it no faith, but reflecting a little I decided to give it a try, I saw a summary of episodes 4 and 5 and was ready to see the sixth and ... it was good

from the love bond between the Mandalorian and Grogu (baby yoda), the training with Luke Skywalker, to the appearance of Cad Bane. The only bad thing that I can criticize about episode 6 is 2 things, one that Luke Skywalker forces Grogu to decide between the Mandalorian's gift and the lightsaber, although it is assumed that there was already a Mandalorian Jedi and second, how is it possible that luke retrieve Master Yoda's saber knowing he lost it during Revenge of the Sith.

After having seen the last chapter I noticed that there were incredible moments, but that there were also some flaws in the story.

In this last chapter (which would be the seventh chapter) they try to connect the few plots they had, such as the alleged murderer who wanted to kill, the bounty hunters paid by the traffickers or the appearance of Cad Bane. There were some action scenes that were just to entertain the viewer, but apparently these scenes are overshadowed by the stupid things that Robert Rodriguez did when directing the episode itself.

Some good points that at least saved the episode is the return of the Mandalorian and Grogu (baby yoda).

One theory of mine that I want to give is about why history made Grogu choose the Mandalorian's gift and not Master Yoda's lightsaber, and I think that when he grows up he not only has the possibility of being a Mandalorian but also Possibly in the future we will see Grogu with the Mandalorian dark saber, but it does not matter because at the end of the day it is only a theory.

Now some bad and disappointing points for me: The first bad point is the death of Cad Bane, some moments that I liked in the fight of Cad Bane against Bobba Fett was the dialogues they had with each other and the occasional reference to Jango Fett, what was disappointing was that Cade Bane's death seemed a bit empty to me, and you ask me why I say this if Cade Bane was already old, maybe they are right about that but let's remember that in the Clone Wars series he continued old too and even so his skill with the gun was impressive, and the second thing I want to clarify is that when I saw the last chapter I kept seeing Bobba Fett in the background.

Although he left us some absurd and boring moments at the same time, he left us some moments that barely reflect the attachment and transformation that Bobba Fett had as a character.

The Book of Boba Fett was made as a series with little interest in its main character, its function was rather to be a bridge for other stories that the fandom cares about.