It’s safe to say Tim Burton is comfortable where he’s at in his career. When we would have heard 19 years ago - even 10 - he was redoing Watch Dark Shadows the 1960's soap opera about vampires, ghosts, and all sorts of things supernatural, we never would've imagined something more sinister than The actor-brad pitt overacting in white makeup or Burton spitting every color in the rainbow in a macabre world. Like Poe coded in Crayola, Dark Shadows takes the cheesy, chintzy nature from the series and revamps it for broad comedy. Though rapid ejaculation entertaining through and through, the comedy doesn't quite work whether it is expected to, and Burton's hopes for recreating the show for mass audiences are sadly washed away in a river of colorful Skittle puke.
Inside the film, Depp's Barnabis Collins, a wealthy playboy inside the Eighteenth century, definitely makes the grave error of crossing a witch, Angelique played by Eva Green. He breaks her heart by falling for an additional pair woman, and Angelique kills his beloved, turns him in to a vampire, and buries him in the tomb. Over 220 years later, Collins becomes freed, and that he finds the shipping town of Collinsport, which his family had established, isn't the only thing which has changed.
Burton takes great care to produce it obvious for you that Collins is really a fish away from water. An 18th century vampire awaking into free love-era 1970's is ripe for comedy, however the director seems only proud of showing us lava lamps and peace signs. Burton is a director who injects a certain culture into all of his films. While Edward Scissorhands would be a suburban nightmare from the 60's, Burton didn't race out The Beatles' LPs and Ed Sullivan clips. But Dark Shadows is determined it a version of the world, it's unlikely that any of its own, and also the cultural references he drops in hit that has a Friedberg-Seltzer thud. Okay, it is not that bad, however, you worry it may. Prat falls, obvious set-ups and deliveries, along with the most awkward sex scene this side of "True Blood," and also a whole, helluva lot tamer, and you realize you ought to be laughing in excess of you are. No less than that is the intent.
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¿Se han dado cuenta que desde la época de Van Gaal más o menos el Barça siempre ha tenido problemas con los porteros? Baía, Busquets, Angoy, Lopetegui, Arnau, Hesp, Bonano, Dutruel, Enke (a éste en Turquía lo agarraron a botellazos por comerse 3 goles), Reçber, Pepe Reina y Valdés; ni el mejor de la lista se ha salvado ya sea por lesiones, por falta de continuidad, por bajar su nivel o simplemente por sus bloopers.
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