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Batman movies in order to watch

So far, Batman has had 9 live-action movies focused on his story, has joined the cast of 3 other major DC productions, and is about to win a new solo movie. Probably one of the characters has had the most different interpreters, not counting the times they retell their origin story in different movie series.

This means that there is no true, infallible chronology to credit the Batman universe. Still, on the contrary, it must be enjoyed as it was produced by the different directors who wanted to give a new life to the Dark Knight. Therefore, seeing them in the order in which they were released can be interesting to understand the trajectory of Batman during his development in the cinema.

Let us begin!

Batman movies in order to watch

1. Batman: The Movie (1966)

Actor: Adam West

Villains: Joker, Penguin, Riddler, and Catwoman

Cast: Adam West, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero, Lee Meriwether, Burgess Meredith, Frank Gorshin

Director: Leslie H. Martinson

In 1966, the first Batman movie hit theaters. Adam West and Burt Ward immortalized their performances in the roles of Batman and Robin, respectively. Another great highlight was the work of César Romero, as one of the Jokers who would go down in film history. The film’s plot follows the hero duo trying to save Commodore Schmidlapp, who is in danger aboard a yacht. They arrive at the ship using the Batcopter but discover that it was all an ambush designed by four of Batman’s main enemies.

2. Batman (1989)

Artist: Michael Keaton

Villains: Joker

Starring: Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl, Pat Hingle, Billy Dee Williams, Michael Gough and Jack Palance

Director: Tim Burton

Only 23 years after his first movie, Batman would return to theaters. This was the first production that belonged to a cinematic universe. Batman had the notable direction of Tim Burton and brought Michael Keaton in the title role. With Jack Nicholson making history with his portrayal of the villainous Joker, the film showed the character’s transformation into the criminal clown. In the plot, Batman must stop the Joker’s plan to poison the population of Gotham with a gas that provokes hysterical laughter and leads to death. But the villain keeps another secret that is directly related to the hero.

In addition to becoming a box office success and being critically praised for winning an Oscar, Batman was a major influence on the development techniques of future films in the genre.

3. Batman: The Return (1992)

Cast: Michael Keaton

Villains: Penguin, Catwoman

Cast: Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken

Director: Tim Burton

Once again, with Michael Keaton in the title role and Tim Burton directing, Batman: The Return continued the story we saw in the previous feature film, but this time Bruce Wayne needs to face the dangerous Penguin. The villain came back to life in theaters, this time as Danny Devito. But the Penguin’s macabre plan to kidnap and kill the firstborn of the citizens of Gotham isn’t the only challenge Batman faces in this film. He still needs to try and stop Catwoman’s thirst for revenge, played by Michelle Pfeiffer.

Although the dark tone that Burton brought to the film was criticized at the time, Batman: The Return became a reference for other professionals in the field and was chosen by Empire magazine as the seventh-best superhero film and the second-best film in the category, second only to Batman: The Dark Knight (2008).

4. Batman Forever (1995)

Cast: Val Kilmer

Villains: Riddler and Two-Face

Cast: Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, Chris O’Donnell, Michael Gough, and Pat Hingle

Director: Joel Schumarcher

With Michael Keaton and Tim Burton refusing to return for a third Batman film, Joel Schumacher took over directing the new film and Val Kilmer took on the lead role after many actors were considered for the job. The film also featured Dick Grayson, Robin, played by Chris O’Donnell.

With a production marked by conflicts, the film divided opinions, and the protagonist would change again in the next film. Its plot, however, brought in the iconic villains Two-Face and Riddler, who planned to drain information from the brains of the citizens of Gotham.

5. Batman and Robin (1997)

Cast: George Clooney

Villains: Mr. Cold, Poison Ivy, and Bane

Cast: George Clooney, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chris O’Donnell, Uma Thurman, and Alicia Silverstone

Director: Joel Schumacher

The fourth and final film in The Batman Motion Picture Anthology, Batman and Robin, featured the return of Chris O’Donnell as Batman’s partner, now brought to life thanks to George Cloney. The plot follows Batman, Robin, and newcomer Batgirl battling Mr. Cold, Poison Ivy, and Bane, who teamed up to dominate Gotham.

Often ridiculed for the plot, costumes, and other elements, the film had very negative reviews and box office. Additionally, it was nominated in 11 categories at the Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture. Unfortunately, it’s still considered the character’s worst movie, so Warner Bros. canceled this project, and it would only get close to the character in theaters again in 2005.

6. Batman Begins (2005)

Cast: Christian Bale

Villains: The Scarecrow

Cast: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson, Katie Holmes, Gary Oldman, Cillian Murphy, Morgan Freeman

Director: Christopher Nolan

Kicking off the franchise that would take Batman movies to a level never before reached, Batman Begins brought Christian Bale shining as Batman. The feature film rebooted the character’s story again, again showing Bruce Wayne’s childhood, the murder of his parents, the training he underwent, and his recruitment into the League of Shadows.

Returning to Gotham, Wayne must face the villainous Scarecrow, who uses a toxin as a weapon that causes terrifying hallucinations in his opponents. With a more political focus, beyond the motivation to dominate the world, the first film of Christopher Nolan’s trilogy brought a dark tone and a more realistic plot that conquered fans and critics.

7. The Dark Knight (2008)

Cast: Christian Bale

Villains: Joker

Cast: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Heath Ledger, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart, Maggie Gyllenhaal,

Morgan Freeman

Director: Christopher Nolan

Considered to this day the best Batman film ever produced, The Dark Knight made history by receiving 8 Oscar nominations, having won two: Best Sound Editing and Best Supporting Actor. The latter was the posthumous award won by Heath Ledger for his incredible portrayal of the villainous Joker. In the plot, the Joker takes on Gotham’s organized crime and represents one of the greatest challenges Bruce Wayne has ever faced. Sadistic and violent, he tells different origin stories of his criminal identity while mutilating the faces of his victims.

The film also brought the character of Harvey Dent to the big screen, showing his transformation to become the villain Two-Face. Also introduced in the film was a new costume for Batman and the Batpod, a recreation of the Batmoto.

8. Batman: The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

Cast: Christian Bale

Villains: Bane

Cast: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Morgan Freeman

Director: Christopher Nolan

The third and final film in the Christopher Nolan franchise brought an 8-year time jump. Bruce Wayne remained in seclusion after convincing Commissioner Gordon to blame Batman for the violence inflicted on Harvey Dent. When Bane, a former member of the League of Shadows, arrives in Gotham to implement Ras Al Ghul’s plan to destroy the city, Batman is no longer as fit as before. The film also featured Anne Hathaway in the role of Selina Kyle, Catwoman.

This feature film was favored by fans and critics alike, who praised the direction, script, soundtrack, and cast to conclude the Dark Knight trilogy.

9. Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

Cast: Ben Affleck

Villains: Lex Luthor

Cast: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Jeremy Irons, Gal Gadot, Holly Hunter

Director: Zack Snyder

With its plot set 18 months after the Man of Steel movie, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice was the second production of the so-called DC Extended Universe. It addressed the deadly conflict between Batman and Superman. Manipulated by Lex Luthor, Bruce Wayne views Superman as a threat to Earth, leading the characters into an extremely dangerous showdown, with Batman even creates kryptonite-powered armor.

Directed by Zack Snyder, the film divided opinions, received strong criticism for its dark tone and slow pace, and was a major disappointment at the worldwide box office.

10. Suicide Squad (2016)

Cast: Ben Affleck

Villains: Joker, Magic

Cast: Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Cara Delevingne, Will Smith, Jared Leto, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ike Barinholtz, Scott Eastwood

Director: David Ayer

Although the focus of Suicide Squad was not on Batman, the film takes place in the same universe and stars some of the popular villains from the character’s comics and other DC Comics series. Joker, Harley Quinn, Gunman, El Diablo, Captain Boomerang, Crocodile, Moor, and Magic. Although Jared Leto’s Joker had a mixed reception, it was the first time a movie had addressed the popular (and abusive) relationship between him and Harley Quinn. She, in turn, was favored by audiences with her portrayal of Margot Robbie and starred in the 2020 film Birds of Prey.

Even so, Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne was also present in the film, more specifically in the middle credits scene, when Wayne appears talking to Amanda Waller and taking the files of the government metahumans.

11. Justice League (2017 – Joss Whedon Version)

Cast: Ben Affleck

Villains: Steppe Wolf

Cast: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Henry Cavill, Ray Fisher, Ezra Miller, Amy Adams, JK Simmons

Director: Joss Whedon

The film that brought the acclaimed Justice League to theaters ended up having its production shrouded in controversy, the main one being the change of directors, marking the departure of Zack Snyder and the entry of Joss Whedon (and the beginning of a long campaign for DC to release the movie version of Snyder).

The plot followed Batman and Wonder Woman assembling the team of heroes to take on the feared Steppe Wolf, who planned to use the so-called Mother Boxes to destroy Earth. Two years after Superman’s death, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg team up to save the planet.

12. Justice League (2021 – Zack Snyder version)

Cast: Ben Affleck

Villains: Darkseid and Steppe Wolf

Cast: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Henry Cavill, Ray Fisher, Ezra Miller, Amy Adams, JK Simmons

Director: Zack Snyder

After four years of many battles by fans for DC and Warner to launch the so-called Snyder Cut, the studios announced that the director’s cut would arrive on the HBO Max broadcast in 2021, divided into four parts of approximately 1 hour each.

In this version, the common thread of the plot is not Batman and Wonder Woman, but Cyborg. Although it also addresses the Mother Boxes and the confrontation against Steppe Wolf, the film has a prominent place for the famous villain Darkseid, who leads an army that invades Earth searching for the boxes. The Justice League would assemble an army of Amazons, Gods, Humans, Atlanteans, and a member of the Green Lantern Corps to confront him.

The Snyder Cut also has a highly anticipated moment by Justice League fans: Superman in the black uniform. Because it takes place in the same time frame as the plot of Joss Whedon’s version, this is the only movie that doesn’t have a specific order for its release due to its relationship to the previous one. They can be taken as two parallel versions or even parallel universes.

13. Joker (2019)

Cast: Dante Pereira-Olson (Young Bruce Wayne)

Villains: Joker

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Bill Camp, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen

Director: Todd Phillips

The Joker solo movie hit theaters are making history. Breaking several box office records, the feature film featured a brilliant performance by Joaquin Phoenix, for which he won the Oscar for Best Actor. The plot follows the misfit Arthur Fleck, a simple and suffering man who works as a clown and dreams of becoming a comedian. However, he is not very pleasant with neurological problems and takes medication that he can get from the social service. After being humiliated, assaulted and degraded in different ways, Arthur becomes what we know as the Clown of Crime.

Although the focus here is not on Batman, the film tells yet another story about the origin of his archenemy and features the appearance of a very young Bruce Wayne.

14. The Batman (October 1, 2021)

Cast: Robert Pattinson

Villains: Catwoman, The Riddler, The Penguin, Carmine Falcone

Cast: Robert Pattinson, Jeffrey Wright, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, John Turturro

Director: Matt Reeves

After various complaints about Ben Affleck’s version of Batman, fans are looking forward to director Matt Reeves’ Batman, played by Robert Pattinson. The plot will take place in young Bruce’s second year as Batman and better show the bat detective side of Gotham.

According to the little information published to date and what the trailer revealed, the villain The Riddler is behind a series of mysterious murders and provokes Batman with his riddles. To investigate and prevent the crimes from continuing, Bruce will still have to deal with other classic comic book villains of the character, such as Catwoman, The Penguin, and Carmine Falcone.

Although years pass before the plot of the rest of the films on this list, The Batman will not direct relationship with any of the previous productions, being part of the new DC films that are not part of the DCEU.

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9 psychological movies to watch on Netflix

Sometimes it is difficult to find a movie to watch on Netflix. Among so many offers the decision is a problem and in the end, we end up watching the movie that we have repeated more than five times. That is why, at HJCK, we made this selection of 10 psychological films that you can watch from anywhere. Planeta will publish books based on the Netflix series

A brilliant film with one of the best performances of Kristen Stewart’s career. This film follows an American woman who goes to live in Paris and starts working as a personal shopper for a famous woman. At the same time, the girl is trying to communicate with her twin brother, who died before the beginning of the tape. The world of the woman he follows mixes with his personal desires, changing his perspective on the world. This play is frightening and delves into the depths of our psychology to understand what the protagonist thinks or may think. These are the series that you cannot stop watching on Netflix

1. Se7en

Look inside the mind of a serial killer is possibly one of the hardest things to bear. This film gives us a look at a brutal murderer who is inspired by the deadly sins to choose his victims and the reasons why he wants to get rid of them. The film reveals his obsession and his game while presenting the psychological effect he has on the detectives who follow his case. One of the best David Fincher tapes.

2. A Cure For Wellness

This is an interesting and different psychological horror film that follows a young executive who is sent to a mysterious rehabilitation center in the Swiss Alps to pick up a colleague of his. However, once he’s there, he comes across a strange place that seems to have a strange effect on those who work there. The individual tries to escape but is forced to endure a kind of therapy that leads to a psychological breakdown, based on his lifelong traumas.

3. Buster’s Mal Heart

Rami Malek stars in this brilliant play that could well be a spiritual relative of the madness of the Mr. Robot series. In this play, Malek plays a man on the run from the authorities who uses a radio to rant about an invasion. The man has strange visions about the sea and memories of his life as a family man. It is not until the story progresses and we see him suffer that we realize what is really going on in his mind.

4. The Prestige

Brilliant work by  Christopher Nolan that uses magic to tell us about obsession and passion for art. The film features two illusionists fighting for the best tricks, taking the fight too far, approaching violence. While one of them really has a passion for art, the other has an inordinate obsession that leads him to almost destroy his life so that he can beat his opponent. In the end, as time goes by, we discover who the real winner is.

5.The Perfection

Netflix original film that was not widely discussed and is currently underrated. The story follows Charlotte, a talented musician who is forced to leave her prestigious school to care for her mother, who is about to die. Later, a woman who dates her begins to experience horrible symptoms, vomiting worms, until she decides to cut her hand. Scary? Wait to find out what is happening.


Based on the Stephen King light novel,  this brutal story follows a man who decides to murder his wife to avoid losing fields that belong to him. However, shortly after death begins to haunt him in the form of visions of rats that do not leave him alone. Meanwhile, his son, who was also part of the crime, begins to have psychological consequences and decides to leave him, starting another separate story that will also torment him.

7.The Invitation

Considered one of the best thrillers of recent years, this film follows a man who responds to his ex-girlfriend’s invitation to go to a party. In the beginning, he doubts the reasons why he is invited but decides to go. Once there, he decides to find out what his ex-partner wants, but at the same time, he begins to have regressions about the death of the son they had and other events within their relationship, revealing that – although he has advanced – he has not forgotten it or the psychological damage left by their relationship.

8. Inception

A classic of the new age of cinema, and possibly a tape that most people have already seen. Christopher Nolan decides to delve into our dreams and the effect they have on us, and the decisions we make. The play follows a man who can enter people’s dreams, and who has the job of inserting an idea into the mind of an entrepreneur so that he can reconnect with his children.

9. Clair Obscur

This Turkish film is a bit different and follows two women who are quite different from each other but have several things in common. While one is oppressed by macho traditions, another seems to have all the freedom of Western cultures. However, once they are discovered, they notice that the psychological damage that both have caused by their cultural context turns them into similar beings, damaged and ready to rebuild.

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12 best recent comedy movies to see

Laughing is good for your health. And, since its inception, cinema has had among its primary objectives that of entertaining the viewer, giving them moments of escape from reality in front of the screen. From the time of Totò to the present day, comedy has taken on different forms and shades. It declining in the most disparate genres, from comedy to sentimental or action films.

Precisely because there are so many films full of laughter and for all tastes. We have decided to offer you some of the most beautiful releases in recent years. Aa The Bride’s Friends to I Can Quit Whenever I Want, from The Hangover 3 to Isn’t It Romantic? here are the best recent comedy movies you absolutely must-see.

  1. Eurovision Song Contest – The Story Of The Fire Saga (2020)

Let’s start our list of the best comedy films of recent years with a 2020 film starring Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Pierce Brosnan, Dan Stevens, and Demi Lovato: Eurovision Song Contest – The Story of the Fire Saga. Set in Iceland, the film follows the vicissitudes of Lars Erickssong (Ferrell) and Sigrit Ericksdottir (McAdams), two singers who are close friends who share a great dream: to participate in Eurovision together as Fire Saga. The film, directed by David Dobkin. It is a funny parody that plays on the stereotypes of all ethnic groups, without exception.

  1. Don’t Marry My Daughters! (2014)

2014 film directed by Philippe de Chauveron, Don’t Marry My Daughters! tells the story of an extremely conservative Catholic family from Chinon (France), consisting of Claude ( Christian Clavier ), Marie, and their four daughters. The marriages of the three older ones with as many second-generation immigrants cause quite a few headaches to the Verneuil spouses, who are not very tolerant of multiculturalism. They, therefore, hope, for their youngest child, a union with a French boy, Catholic and from a good family. Obviously, this will not be the case.

  1. The Hangover 3 (2013)

The third chapter of the beloved film series that began in 2009, The Hangover 3 sees the four old friends sucked back into an abyss of perdition and misadventures. This time, Doug ( Justin Bartha ) is kidnapped by a squadron of hitmen headed by Marshall ( John Goodman ); the criminal group has an unfinished business with the evil Leslie Chow ( Ken Jeong ), who has escaped from the maximum-security prison in which he was locked up. Alan ( Zach Galifianakis ), Phil ( Bradley Cooper ). And Stu ( Ed Helms ) must, therefore, find Chow and deliver him to the gang in order to save his friend’s life.

  1. Three Men And A Sheep (2011)

Londoner David ( Xavier Samuel ) and Australian tourist Mia ( Laura Brent ) meet during a holiday on the island of Tuvalu and the spark immediately strikes between the two. Determined to get married soon, David invites his best friends Luke ( Tim Draxl ), Graham ( Kevin Bishop ), and Tom ( Kris Marshall ) to Australia, where the wedding will take place on the girl’s family estate. Despite the initial skepticism of Mia’s parents, everything seems to be going well; until Ramsey, a ram to which the bride’s father is very attached disappears from the stable. Three Men and a Sheep is a 2011 film directed by Stephan Elliott.

  1. Sole A Catinelle (2013)

Wanting to move on to Made in Italy production, if we think of the best comic films to see we certainly cannot fail to mention Sole a catinelle, a 2013 film written and starring Checco Zalone directed by Gennaro Nunziante. When his son Nicolò is promoted with full marks, Checco Zalone, who emigrated from the south and resides in Padua, is forced to keep his promise made long ago: to give the boy a dream summer vacation. The problem is that the man finds himself penniless and with a big debt to pay.

  1. The Wrong Missy (2020)

If you are looking for a romantic comedy that will literally make you die of laughter, The Wrong Missy is definitely the movie for you. After a disastrous blind date between Tim, a successful but sentimentally awkward employee, and Missy, a woman as exuberant as she is neurotic, the man decides he never wants to see her again. Fate, however, will get in the way and the two will find themselves spending a vacation together in Hawaii, on the occasion of a corporate event organized by Tim’s boss. Absolutely irresistible the comic duo formed by the actors David Spade and Lauren Lapkus.

  1. Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle (2017)

When laughter meets the adventure genre, a film like Jumanji – Welcome to the Jungle is born. Sequel to the famous 1995 film starring Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan, the film kicks off in 1996, one year after the conclusion of the previous events. The boxed game, this time, takes on the appearance of a video game to be more palatable in the eyes of Alex, its new owner. As happened to Alan Parrish before him, once the game begins, the boy is dragged into a world full of pitfalls. Ten years later, a group of high schoolers picks up the game where it left off.

  1. The Lego Movie (2014)

Who said that comedy films can’t also be in an animated version? The Lego Movie shows us that even the famous brick characters can be really hilarious when animated in stop motion. In this first chapter of the saga, we follow the vicissitudes of Emmet Mattonowski (voiced in the original by Chris Pratt ), an ordinary Lego man who works as a worker on a construction site. Mistaken for a superhero, Emmet must manage to avert a terrible apocalypse planned by Lord Business.

  1. Bad Neighbors (2014)

Mac ( Seth Rogen ) and Kelly ( Rose Byrne ) are young couples who, due to the birth of their baby daughter, decide to abandon their old and partying lifestyle. Problems arise when the headquarters of a fraternity known for its outrageous parties, Delta Psi Beta, is moved right into the house next to theirs. Bad Neighbors, a 2014 film directed by Nicholas Stoller, also has a sequel: Bad Neighbors 2.

  1. I Can Stop When I Want – Masterclass (2017)

Midquel from the 2014 film I quit when I want, I quit when I want – Masterclass sees Pietro Zini ( Edoardo Leo ) as the only member of the gang who ended up in prison, after being held by the judges solely responsible for the events that occurred previously. However, in prison, Peter has found a job as a science teacher which gratifies him. And allows him to support the incoming son. Therefore, the proposal of inspector Paola Colletti ( Greta Scarano ) to get the gang back on its feet to collaborate with the police in the fight against smart drugs comes completely unexpected.

  1. The Bride’s Friends (2011)

Annie’s ( Kristen Wiig ) life is a disaster; dumped by her boyfriend, with a failed work project and no money aside. The woman approaches forty with very few prospects of life. The icing on the cake (wedding): her best friend Lillian ( Maya Rudolph ) is about to marry a wealthy banker and asks her to embark on the no-nonsense task of being her bridesmaid and planning the wedding. Annie accepts, not knowing that the worst part will be meeting the other bridesmaids. Friends of the Bride is a 2011 film directed by Paul Feig.

  1. Murder Mystery (2020)

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are the protagonists of Murder Mystery. It a hilarious film that, skilfully mixing different genres, never ceases to alternate suspense, sentiment, and, of course, laughter. Nick and Audrey Spitz, a New York cop and his hairdresser wife, take a trip to Europe for that honeymoon they never managed to do. On the outward flight, however, the two will meet a wealthy man who, inviting them on the family yacht, will drag them into a story of murders and secrets.


What Disney movie should I watch?

Turn every night into movie night with the best Disney films of all time! It does not matter if you are more of the classics like  Pinocchio, Dumbo, and 101 Dalmatians or more recent films like Zootopia, Coco and even live-action such as Christopher Robin: an unforgettable reunion and The Lady and the Tramp, in this list we have it all!

What Disney movie should I watch?

So prepare the snacks, make yourself comfortable in your armchair, turn off the lights and let the magic of the cinema begin from the comfort of your home and in the company of your whole family.

1. Ratatouille (2007)

The rat can cook! This ridiculously cute movie is about an innocent and ambitious rodent named Remy, who longs to become a great chef, is witty, intelligent, gently moral, and dramatically compelling. And who doesn’t love Linguini, a hopeless human puppet which the supremely talented Remy controls? Will they win against the villain, a power-crazed food critic named Anton Ego? We won’t say more to spoil the fun for those three people out there who don’t know the ending yet.

2. Beauty and the Beast (1991)

A smug prince gets a spoonful of his own medicine in this 90s fairy tale. A spell turns royalty into a ferocious beast and cannot be undone until he falls in love and is reciprocated despite his appearance. When the Beast kidnaps the town watchmaker, his beautiful daughter comes to the rescue, and the Beast’s too.

3. 101 Dalmatians (1961)

There is true love between Pongo and Perdita! Fortunately for puppies, they too can force their owners out. In this world, there is nothing but canine happiness until the moody Cruela de Vil appears. She has her sights set on Perdita’s puppies to make fur coats out of them.

4. Coco (2017)

After some dubious efforts, at least by its own lofty standards, Pixar follows the vein of Intensa-mente (Pete Docter, Artie Mandelberg, 2011) with a Mexico-set adventure that bubbles with wit and boldness. It’s easy to slip effortlessly between this children’s show and the emotion that – rips your heart out – through surreal and fantastical touches.

5. Zootopia (2016)

Disney’s 55th animated film is a story about a character’s perseverance and struggles to fulfill a dream despite obstacles, although issues such as equality, friendship, and tolerance towards others are also addressed. This thanks to its protagonist’s experiences, a nice bunny named Judy Hopps, who does everything she can to achieve her goal of becoming a police officer.

6. Lady and the Tramp (1955)

A sophisticated cocker spaniel and a puppy from the wrong side of the road fall in love in this irresistible canine romance. Generations later, we keep fading into the classic spaghetti scene between the two furry guys.

7. Lady and the Tramp (2019)

This updated live-action version of the classic brings a realistic comedy and drama twist to the latest canine meeting. And yes, the spaghetti scene is here in all its glory.

8. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Talk about jealousy at its finest. An evil witch simply cannot tolerate the beauty of her stepdaughter and this contempt takes him further to take the life of young Snow White. However, the queen becomes the laughing stock when Snow White appears safe and sound living in a cozy little house in the company of seven dwarves. This is when the queen tries her task again: she transforms into an old woman who offers the beautiful princess a poisoned apple, which leaves her unconscious. You can only get rid of the spell with the kiss of true love.

How to rehearse a scene of a movie?

A movie is a literary genre in which the author reflects on a specific topic through a series of arguments and personal points of view. The parts of a movie respond to the basic structure of introduction, body, and conclusions. However, there are many other elements to consider if you want to know how to analyze a film.

The purpose of a movie is to present a critical (or scientific) personal position on a topic, always based on research by the author, who seeks the reader’s affinity with his reflections. This literary genre is very common when analyzing a film since it gives the author some freedom to defend his point of view about the plot, characters, or sequences of a film. Do you want to know how to rehearse a scene of a movie step by step like a true professional? We explain how you can do a quality test by following these simple steps. Take note!

How to rehearse a scene of a movie?

Choose the movie

If you can choose the film on which you will do the test, we advise you to bet on a film with which you feel comfortable and from which you can get enough juice. If you’ve never rehearsed a movie before, go for a film that doesn’t include many characters to analyze, doesn’t have a particularly difficult plot and, if possible, you’ve seen it a few times already.

To learn how to do a movie correctly, you will have to watch the movie again before you start writing because only then will you be able to take note of what is important in real-time.

Test introduction

The introduction is the most important part of a movie, as this is where you will have to capture the attention of your readers so that they continue to read the rest of the text. And how is this done?

First of all, you have to be clear about the ideas you want to convey and present them in an attractive way to get the reader hooked from the first line. We propose two examples of how it should and should not be done:

ERROR: “This movie is not very good …”

RIGHT: “Although this film has not met the expectations of many critics for the reasons that I will expose in this movie …”

In this introductory part, the author must make his position on the film clear from the outset, without going into the details yet. Remember that this first part should be short, clear, and concise.

Body or development of the movie

In a logical and orderly way, the development of the movie will have all the main ideas of the film and other secondary ideas of interest. Consider these questions:

What is the film’s main conflict? This is a good time to analyze the main argument.

What characters are there? We recommend that you talk about the characters as you go over the film’s plot and main ideas. That is, you do not have to dedicate an entire section just to talk about characters, but while you develop the themes of the work, you will be able to point out what the personality of one character is like, the character of another, how he responds to the conflict, etc.

Keep in mind that your opinions must be accompanied by strong arguments that defend this position, for example:

ERROR: “It is a film of very poor quality. Neither the protagonists have known …”

RIGHT: “We are facing a superficial film with a dubious objective in which the director has opted to give more importance to the visual effects and other decorations of the film than to the content itself. Neither do the protagonists …”

Although this is the longest part of the movie, you should try not to make it heavy for the reader. To do this, we recommend using an entertaining and easy-to-digest vocabulary, dividing the ideas into paragraphs to separate the content well, and using quotes from time to time to reinforce your opinion with the arguments of other important authors. In addition, if the movie is for a website, we advise you to use bold, underlined, interesting links and attractive titles to attract the attention of the reader.

Conclusion and bibliography

The conclusion of the analysis of a film is intended to reinforce the arguments and ideas presented above. In this part of the movie, you will have to make a short summary of the aforementioned approaches and make your position regarding the work clear. Remember that even if you want to defend your opinion, you must use weighty arguments that allow the reader to understand your position. Otherwise, you would be making destructive and unprofessional criticism.

Now you know what and a movie is and how it is done, so it only remains to remember that if you have inserted citations from other authors or references throughout your movie, it is best to include a small bibliography with this information. In this way, the movie will look more formal and worked and your opinions will be well supported.

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