El Sargento de Policía de Boston, Tommy Saunders, está haciendo su trabajo como seguridad en el maratón anual de Boston, pero la calma se ve interrumpida por el estallido de bombas. No te pierdas #PatriotsDay#EnCartelera
Well.. #schoolvacation is over and we survived! We had a great #easter where the many great grandchildren hunted for Easter eggs (and as you can see by the picture.. it's impossible to get that many kids to pose all at once!). Then we went to the #PatriotsDay parade in Lexington, MA. We explored our backyard (we moved a little over a year ago and hadn't even able to go into the woods past our fence). We found a platform in the trees that we climbed! We also saw the #Ringlingbros train roll through our town for the last time ever :-( How has your week been? :-)
Dir. Peter Berg
Starring. Mark Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, J.K. Simmons, John Goodman and Kevin Bacon
Story of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and how the police captured the culprits.
Berg-Wahlberg partneship know how to do a Real Life drama (3rd so far)
The explosion scene is gripping
Movie changes focus ocacionally to the human stories of some of the victims.
They introduce characters in the first 10 minutes, so you look forward to their involvement in the story.
They use real footage from the actual day
They show how fast an investigation like this needs to be set up. In minutes.
The third act shooting is straight out of an action film, and it actually happened.
Amazing performance by supporting actor Jimmy O. Yang
Great moment with brief interviews with survivors and police officers
Too recent. Online you can get the whole real story.
The second act drags a little bit. Weird pacing and timeline.
The Music Score is very repetitive and actually makes the movie seem slower than it is.
Mark Wahlberg's character is not a real person, so they have to introduce him into important scenes, were it really makes no sense that he would be there.
The tag at the end with interviews with survivors and police officers was more emotionally captivating than the entire film.
13 Reasons Why (Netflix): new show about a high school kid that commits suicide and leaves 13 cassette tapes, explaining the 13 reasons she did it.
It is very well written, high school dialogue reminiscing of Joss Whedon. Realistic and suspensfull.