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Coco (2017)

Published in C
Friday, 24 November 2017 21:37
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    PG: Mild themes.

  • The pitch

    The importance of being Ernesto.

  • Starring

    (voices of): Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renee Victor, Jaime Camil, Alfonso Arau, Herbert Siguenza, Gabriel Iglesias, Lombardo Boyar, Ana Ofelia Murguía

  • Directed by

    Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina

  • Running time

    109 minutes

  • Rated

    PG (Australia), NR (UK), PG (UK)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    Characters are shot, poisoned, crushed beneath a heavy object, tackled to the ground, thrown from a high cliff/tower, hit with objects, rendered invisible, pursued, kicked, stomped on, pushed, thrown through the air. A boy falls into an open grave, a boy falls into a swimming pool. A character throws a shoe at a dog. Objects knocked over/smashed/snatched away/hit with objects. A monkey trashes a room. Break and enter (breaks window for entry). Yelling, screaming, roaring, arguing. Blood/gore: Characters collapse/die/disappear. A character's skin begins to fade as he slowly transforms to a skeleton. People walk through an invisible boy. Skeletons, skull motifs, skeleton animals. Skeletons smash apart then rejoin their bones/skull head comes off/bottom jaw falls to ground. Moving eyeballs (dislodged from head), detached limbs. Fainting.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    (None): Platonic kissing/hugging. A movie scene shows people kissing. Nude skeleton, skeletons in dancewear, skeletons in bikinis.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Alcohol (wine/spirits) Bottles and glasses of alcohol on tables.

  • LANGUAGE

    A sign reads "Forget you!" Name-calling (bum, self-important jerks, dumb dog, rat, coward, murderer, chorizo, etc). Religious references.

  • THEMES

    Family, ancestors, celebration, the elderly, Land of the Dead, Dia de los Muertos, music, shoemaking, faith, curses, spirit guides, nervousness, performance, heroes, offerings, forgiveness, legacy, grudges, death, alebrijes.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Dead relatives (aunties/uncles/mothers/grandmothers/grandfathers/great grandparents). Cemetery/tomb setting. Dog, horse, monkey, toad/rabbit creature, chameleon, porcupine, butterflies, chihuahua, pigeons, cat. Flying dragon/panther creature with yellow eyes and sharp teeth. Spirit animals. Spitting. Fireworks, sparklers, fire breathing, flame throwing. Dog allergy mentioned. Some Spanish dialogue (no subtitles).

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Fantastico, engaging, revitalising, resplendent, original, emotional, resonant, touching, gorgeous, imaginative, clever, macabre, affecting, magical, rebellious, subversive, transportative, risky, pro-Mexican, thrilling, bold, glorious, celebratory, big, populist, profound, colourful, moving, spirited, breezy, entertaining, funny, respectful, complex, heartwarming, monumental, relatable, fantastic, exploratory, adventurous, rewarding, confident, triumphant, enchanting, charming, warm, amusing. Peerless voice cast, vibrant/vivid/textured/dazzling/sensational visuals, comprehensively researched, fully dimensional characters, universal message, complicated back-story, stirring/haunting/fetching score, powerhouse/remarkable finish.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Has a very similiar look/feel/message to The Book of Life, crammed/complicated/laboured/tedious prologue.

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

Published in P
Monday, 13 January 2014 04:45
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    MA15+: Strong coarse language and supernatural themes.

  • The pitch

    Finds the mark.

  • Starring

    Andrew Jacobs, Jorge Diaz, Gabrielle Walsh, Renee Victor, Noemi Gonzalez, David Saucedo, Gloria Sandoval, Richard Cabral, Carlos Pratts

  • Directed by

    Christopher Landon

  • Running time

    84 minutes

  • Rated

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People are shot, punched, kicked, grabbed, choked, hit with objects, thrown through the air, beaten, hung upside-down, tormented, threatened, pushed. Suicide (jumping), property damage, explosion, vehicle collision. Committing suicide discussed. An animal is tormented. Attempted mugging, a youth is chased by a bully. Killing mentioned. Screaming, yelling, growling, snarling, scratching noises. Murdered couple, kidnapped child mentioned (newspaper headline). Blood/gore: Corpses, body bag. Blood splatter, blood on objects, bloody knee, bloody elbow. Bite mark. Objects extracted from eye. Decapitated head.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    A teen couple commence foreplay. Kissing, undressing. Fully nude females. Girl in bra, cleavage. Whorehouse mentioned. Erection references. Drawings of nude woman, male genitals.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Youths smoke a drug bong. Alcohol (beer, spirits, shots). Intoxication, underage drinking. Smoking.

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-words, a-words. Name-calling. Religious references and exclamations. Obscene finger gesture.

  • THEMES

    Possession, shamanism, satanic symbols, witches, covens, black magic, rituals, the occult, practical jokes, protection, superhuman strength, missing persons, self-control, snooping, thugs, underage drinking, graduation, found footage.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Fortune-telling/seance, levitation. Mysterious noises, reflections. Movement beneath skin, skull/skeleton motifs. Dog. Firecracker. Farting. Some Spanish language (no subtitles). Jumpy edits, jittery camerawork.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Un-cynical, straightforward, humorous. Fresh cast, better humour, viable scares, improved character development, good rapport between leads, authentic use of Latino slang and cultural references, unexpected conclusion, some clever camera placement, strong first half.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Convoluted, implausible, familiar, misogynist, unoriginal, overcooked, perfunctory, dull. Tired concept, mediocre scares, relies heavily on tropes.