much Is said about the saturation of superheroes in recent years, and the wear and tear of the formula of Marvel, but that is something that is perfectly applicable to other models of films that carry a lot more time appearing continuously in our cinemas closest to you. Consider, for instance, the romantic comedies and how Hollywood has squeezed both its most commercial that it is increasingly difficult to attract our attention.
That does not mean that from time to time been attempts to disassociate itself from the lines of this subgenus, and this Friday the 20th of April comes one of them to the concert halls of spain. It is titled ‘laws of thermodynamics’, and is the new film Matthew Gil, which demonstrates demonstrates an expertise to engage the viewer during their first few minutes with a proposed unusual that, unfortunately, wears out before you get your final.
A start different and with hook
The idea of applying science to the romantic comedy sounded more curious about the role and ‘laws of thermodynamics’ shows that there is no material for a tape with hook. is Already during its first few minutes are going to exposing their main weapons: jumps in space and time -sometimes up to months, and in others simply coming back a few seconds ago, apparitions of renowned scientists endorsing what happens, and a good sense of humor.
This allows ‘the laws of thermodynamics’ to have a home dynamic in which even raised by the use of mounting parallel by splitting the screen, giving a turn nice to what does not cease to be a scene of rupture arising from a common form. That surprise effect helps that our willingness to enter into what happens to be greater, even although we may hit those moments outside of the narrative of the film and seem to be more of a documentary of scientific disclosure.
however, the Gil you get that to provide a extra layer to the experiences of Manel, played flawlessly by Vito Sanz. Already surprised by the choice of an actor of little tour on the big screen and which some of you might remember for having given life to the best friend of Javier Gutierrez ‘Vergüenza’. Fits perfectly in the way of being of Manel, a phd student obsessed with the laws of thermodynamics and apply it to everything in your life, taking away the charm of the mystery.
‘laws of thermodynamics’ is from most to least
Up to a certain point which allows you to protrude to the film during its first few minutes is what just by playing against you as you go through the footage. As you might expect, Gil’s back at all times for your bet style and still manages to give us moments of fun with all more advanced-I think for example the notes on the fall of the bus-but what is certain is that just becoming a bit redundant and getting tired progressively to the viewer.
There is where it gains importance by the fact that it gives much less importance to the rest of the characters in relation to Manel, something understandable in the case of the sub-plot romantic dedicated to a few correct Chino Darín and Vicky Luengo, but tarnishing a both other cases, such as Berta Vázquez & Irene School. Both actresses demonstrate that they could have contributed a lot more and simply do not have the opportunity to do so.
it Is true that The ‘laws of thermodynamics’ is being presented in such a way that everything depends on the discovery of its protagonist, and to what extent they are or are not accurate to their theories in the case of love, and this is where the movie becomes more conventional. This loses the charm with which we had conquered of entry and until one could almost say to that is prolonging the agony of both the character and the film itself. is What little love and a lot tired.
In short, the ‘laws of thermodynamics’ is from most to least, and what starts out as a romantic comedy refreshing that grabs you quickly, then it will wear over time until you reach the point that perhaps it is unfair to say that it becomes a more, but it feels as such, and that ends up turning against you. All in all, still enjoyable, despite the fact that he was able to see very fun and stays in to pass the time.
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The news ‘the laws of thermodynamics’: an approach that is fresh and fun that ends up saturating was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
April 20, 2018
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