sexta-feira, novembro 13, 2009

Hollywood Buzz #64

O que se diz lá fora sobre A CHRISTMAS CAROL, de Robert Zemeckis:



«The story that Dickens wrote in 1838 remains timeless, and if it's supercharged here with Scrooge swooping the London streets as freely as Superman, well, once you let ghosts into a movie, there's room for anything.»
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times.

«A branded piece of shiny seasonal entertainment.»
A.O. Scott, New York Times.

«Shortchanging traditional animation by literalizing it while robbing actors of their full range of facial expressiveness, the performance-capture technique favored by director Robert Zemeckis looks more than ever like the emperor's new clothes.»
Todd McCarthy, Variety.

«Disney's A CHRISTMAS CAROL is a marvelous and touching yuletide toy of a movie, and the miracle is that it goes right back to the gilded Victorian spirit of those black-and-white films of yore.»
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly.

«A CHRISTMAS CAROL is, in its essence, a product reel, a showy, exuberant demonstration of the glories of motion capture, computer animation and 3D technology. On that level, it's a wow. On any emotional level, it's as cold as Marley's Ghost.»
Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter.

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