Monthly Archives: February 2020

Monthly Archives: February 2020

P.S I Still Love You: The Ultimate Review

The most awaited sequel to the ¨To All the Boys I´ve Loved Before¨ is ¨PS. I Still Love You¨. Indeed, a lot of people are talking relentlessly about this awaitedd movie of the year. And on its first day, it is definitely making noise on Netflix.

I mean we all know rom com movies don´t usually get their sequels on the next year, but the book inspired series To All the Boys I´ve Loved Before is definiely different! The people just needed to see it right after the year.

That is why today, I am making a short film review of the recently launched PS I Still Love You. The question is, is it worth the hype?

Cinematography

For a Netflix film, the cinematography of the movie is definitely worth it. The film is good at is getting inside the mind set of teenager. Although it is a classic adaptation to the book, the filming and cinematography just get along with it.

 

Plot Twist

If you have been reading the book series of this movie, then you are definitely in the loop for what´s coming, what´s next and what is it going to be. I am so glad that they retain the contents of the book and only revised some of it into really making it a good movie. The plot twist was awesome, and it is definitely not the one you have been thinking of.

Typically, it is sort of a classic rendetion of the book so don´t expect more like having it done on a new generation basis of plot twists. I am glad Netflix didn´t do anything to really revise the whole story.

Next Movie is Coming

People will be wondering, ¨okay, what next Lara Jean?¨.

What can be said about where this all ends but that To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean is tentatively slated to come out later this year? And that, ultimately, these films might get at something sometimes true about young love that they never intended, which is that the ideas that you form about who you should want can be difficult to shake. They can stick around for so long that you can end up making a whole movie about someone hurling herself at a relationship that doesn’t seem to make her happy. That she’s still sure it’s all she ever wanted may not be romantic, but it’s definitely real.

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“Parasite’s” Theater and Streaming Performances, a Blow to Netflix’s Big-Budgeted Efforts to Win Awards

Bong Joon-ho’s multi-awarded “Parasite” made a killing at the box office after the South Korean film achieved a historic win in this year’s 92nd Film Academy Awards. The film also won the 92nd Film Academy Awards for “Best Director” (Bong Joon-ho), “Best Original Screenplay” (Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won) and “”Best International Feature.”

“Parasite” Performances Render Netflix’s Stance Against Hollywood’s Award Rules, Contentious

The Oscar award for best film and the stellar post-Oscar box-office performance comes as a blow to Netflix; making the streaming giant’s refusal to abide by the 90-day screening rule contentious. Despite “Parasite’s” availability for on-demand digital streaming at Amazon TV Prime and Apple’s iTunes, it did not stop moviegoers from flocking to theaters to find out why the non-English and foreign-produced movie is highly-acclaimed.

In the same week, Amazon TV Prime’s sales charts for their on-demand offer of digital streaming for “Parasite,’ as well as by way of DVD and Blu-Ray media, saw the film rising at the top.

Apparently, “Parasite” reflects the public’s enthusiasm and demand for high quality films regardless of how they want to view it; whether at theaters or in the privacy and comfort of their homes; or even both.

Netflix had previously stated that the company’s goal to win prestigious awards is not geared toward making a killing at the box office. The company is more interested in achieving subscription growth by providing quality content as soon as possible.

“Parasite” proved that even if a movie is available via streaming services, there is still a large population of viewers who find the cinema-screening experience quite enjoyable.

Neon, the New York-based American film distributor that acquired the rights to release “Parasite” in North America, from the 2018 American Film Market, is currently poised to expand the film’s showing in more than 2,000 locations across the U.S. As of this writing, “Parasite” has raked in as much as $44.3 million from the tills of North American theaters alone.

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