What does the Matrix mean? Unfortunately, nobody can be told what the Matrix means. You have to see it for yourself… …is what I would say if I were Morpheus. But, you know, I’m not so yeah. Anyway, as you probably already know, The Matrix is a movie trilogy that was easily one of the… Read More The acceptance of life and why The Matrix “shouldn’t have you”.
This is my favorite among the rest of the choices in my reviews. Pretty woman is a romantic comedy this movie is similar in the other romcom movies I’ve watched before but then again this kind of movies is so popular – not here in the Philippines but also in the other countries or I… Read More “CHANGES” An analysis of Pretty Woman
Life is like a movie, “they say”. The only difference is we don’t get to have awesome soundtracks and sometimes, it doesn’t end the way we want. I guess the thing that draws us to watch movies is because we can relate to the stories even though some films are so unlikely to happen in… Read More The Man with the Wristwatch – An analysis of Marc Forster’s “Stranger Than Fiction”
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.” “Beauty is a kind of quality it is something that is pleasing to one’s sight or mind” Life is beautiful it explores the power of laughter to lift the human spirit even in… Read More “Imagination on a different level” An analysis of Sam Mendes’ American Beauty
. WALL-E is a decent science-fiction story with captivating animated film and pleasurable contemplation of scenes. It is directed by Andrew Stanton, who is known for his Best Animated Feature, the central theme of this movie was that irrational love can defeat everything, including programming. It was released in the United States and Canada on… Read More “A human-like machine” — Johanna Paula Navarro’s analysis of Andrew Stanton’s “Wall-E”
When Earth, was filled with junks and garbage that even plant cannot survive humans decided to live in a spaceship (axiom) for just only five years. So, while they were in outer space they invented cleaning machine that will take charge for a while to clean up all the mess that they did. These are… Read More There’s no other place like home(An analysis of Andrew Stanton’s Wall E)
The Village is an extraordinarily great movie with a good twist. Mr. Night Shyamalan directed this movie because he wanted to write about innocence and he was setting the pretended village in the 1800’s because in that time people is ignorant and innocent. This film was released July 30, 2004. The story opens with a… Read More The Unseen Reality: The Village – Johanna Paula Navarro’s analysis about Mr. Night Shyamalan’s “The Village”