Very very predictable, including the post credit scene !!!
A different way of telling a story
A brilliant film that helped define a genre
True to its essence, the characters remain on the same line and manage to entertain the viewer, each highlighting their own distinctive qualities or touches.
The film was beautifully crystal clear and colorful. The giant world was incredibly well shot and realistic. The visuals were simply incredible, especially once they entered Dream world, which featured some of the most spectacular images I've seen on screen. The production design and cinematography were awesome!I did find the little girl way too confident considering her circumstances and that was unfortunately not very believable, although her ultimate friendship with the BFG was sweet and rather special. The entire feel of the movie plummeted to a bit of silliness once they went to see the Queen, and it felt it was aimed at a young demographic. It had turned funny (in a non-humorist way) instead of fun. Despite this, I couldn't help but marvel at the visuals. In the giant world, I also found the giants to be too kiddie-ish. I understand Spielberg wanted to make a family film, but it lacked credibility. While adults will find they visuals amazing, the story itself might not be captivating enough for a mature audience.
Before to see the adaptation, the mix of emotion and prudence defines me. because, from an early age, I was one of small fans of the book. and the name of Steven Spielberg, as always, represents a good promise. but each adaptation of a lovely book is a challenge first for viewer. and the film is real beautiful. for that, not only the technology has a significant role but the option, a profound inspired one, of director for the couple Mark Rylance and Ruby Barnhill. Rylance is the expected BFG for me. so familiar and admirable performed than the respect for its performer becomes more than great. Barnhill is and she is not the Sophie who I imagine. but she has the all virtues for become, scene by scene. it is a lovely film. and that is only important thing. because it seems bizarre to compare it with more than the novel of Roald Dahl. and the verdict is real favorable for Steven Spilberg project.
I was excited to see this film as I am a fan of Roald Dahl and his kids' stories. The pacing of the movie was so slow that it made me wonder how a child could enjoy this movie if I was having trouble paying attention to it. The scenery and locations are gorgeous, but I felt like it was more of an artwork that actually telling the story. The last half of the film was much better as things started to unwind and become more interesting, but by that point, I was waiting for it to be over. I was highly disappointed in this movie. It's a beautiful story and beautifully shot, but it wasn't a movie that keeps you hooked the whole time.
I recently saw the BFG by Steven Spielberg it is a fantasy and adventure film which was produced by Kennedye and Marsall in 2016 and lasted 1h 57min. This movie is set in American it tells the story of BFG played by Mark Rylance the story begins An orphan little girl befriends a benevolent giant who takes her to Giant Country, where they attempt to stop the man-eating giants that are invading the human world. I personally think it's phenomenal. I wold recommend it because the script is bright.