domingo, 10 de abril de 2016

The Black Hole



Yo ví esta película con mi familia en Plaza las Américas tras terminar el séptimo grado en Colegio San Ignacio. Fue la primera vez que fui a los nuevos teatros, Plaza 3, 4, 5, en el tercer piso al lado del food court.

Ah, la Wikipedia es tan sabia:


The Black Hole is a 1979 American science fiction film directed by Gary Nelson and produced by Walt Disney Productions.
It received mixed reviews from critics. Famed critic Roger Ebert gave the film 2 stars out of 4 upon its release, saying it "takes us all the way to the rim of space only to bog us down in a talky melodrama whipped up out of mad scientists and haunted houses."[8] The film has a 43% score on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 28 reviews, though The New York Times, Time and Variety all praised the film. The visual effects were generally acclaimed by the press.[9] The film received two Academy Award nominations for Best Visual Effects and Best Cinematography. Science fiction historian John Clute dismissed The Black Hole as "a silly concotion" where "the story disappears down the hole".[10] The Aurum Film Encyclopedia also gave the film a negative review, saying The Black Hole featured "the most heavy-handed dialogue imaginable" and added that the film's climax "has no dramatic power at all".[11]
Author John Kenneth Muir wrote an extensive review of the film that delved into some of the nuances and metaphysical ideas which marked The Black Hole as more adult-oriented fare than Disney had previously been involved with.[12]
In 2014, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson deemed the film to be the least scientifically accurate movie of all time. Critiquing the film, he noted, "They not only got none of the physics right about falling into a black hole, had they gotten it right it would have been a vastly more interesting movie."[13]

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