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Cuentos que No Son Cuento


Publicada en : 2008-08-11 en la categoria: Cine Comedias
  

Una comedia de aventuras protagonizada por ADAM SANDLER en el papel de Skeeter Bronson, un hombre que realiza toda clase de trabajos como operario en un hotel, pero cuya vida cambia por completo cuando los cuentos que les narra a su sobrina y a su sobrino antes de dormir, misteriosamente comienzan a hacerse realidad.

Él intenta sacar ventaja de este fenómeno e incorpora sus propios deseos en una sucesión de bizarras historias… Sin embargo, es la inesperada contribución de los niños la que pone patas arriba la vida de Skeeter.

Del director Adam Shankman (Hairspray, Experta en Bodas (The Wedding Planner)), CUENTOS QUE NO SON CUENTO (BEDTIME STORIES) presenta un reparto estelar compuesto por ADAM SANDLER, GUY PEARCE, KERI RUSSELL, COURTENEY COX y RUSSELL BRAND.

 

  • Titulo: CUENTOS QUE NO SON CUENTO (BEDTIME STORIES)
  • REPARTO: Adam Sandler, Guy Pearce, Keri Russell, Richard Griffiths, Courteney Cox, Lucy Lawless, Teresa Palmer, Russell Brand, Aisha Tyler, Jonathan Pryce.
  • DIRECTOR: Adam Shankman.
  • PRODUCTORES EJECUTIVOS: Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot, Garrett Grant, Ann Marie Sanderlin.
  • PRODUCTORES: Adam Sandler, Jack Giarraputo, Andrew Gunn.
  • HISTORIA DE: Matt Lopez.
  • GUIÓN DE: Matt Lopez y Tim Herlihy.
  • GÉNERO: Comedia / Aventuras.
  • CALIFICACIÓN: A confirmar.
  • FECHA DE ESTRENO EN USA: 25 de diciembre de 2008.


Notas:

  • Adam Sandler ha protagonizado o producido 26 películas que en conjunto han recaudado cerca de U$S 20.000 millones solamente en los Estados Unidos.
  • Adam Shankman dirigió, entre otros, los filmes Hairspray, Más Barato por Docena 2 (Cheaper by the Dozen 2), Niñera a Prueba de Balas (The Pacifier), Una Intrusa en la Familia (Bringing Down the House) y Experta en Bodas (The Wedding Planner).



Comentarios(3)

andrea escribió:
adam sandler es mi actor preferido me hace reir mucho
Fecha: 2008-12-30 08:53:10
 

INQCBsyZRFiWn escribió:
that by offering Arab or Muslim ceharctars that are in any way divergent from the usual Hollywood stereotypes, Zohan' is a step in the right direction. and “It’s 70-30. Which is great. We haven’t had 30 for a long time. We’ve been getting zero. So it’s good.”despite steps in whatever direction, i don't see it escaping a racist undertone. it's depiction of mildeastern immigrants seemed unintentionally shameful and well within some unfortunate stereotypes. Like always seeing the asain delivery boy or martial arts master, movies rarely find those of middle eastern descent beyond taxicabs and small shops. This is worse. In this movie, such limitation is the desire of very capable men.There are two extraordinarily powerful military personnel who have comedic super powers. Sandlers' character picks bullets out of the air, swims as fast as a jetski, and is able to satisfy sexual interests like no other. These supermen have outrageously modest aspirations: hair stylist and (*spoiler*) shoe salesmen . Though, as The Times indicates, the movie was designed for 13-18 year old (suburbian) boys who are more likely to understand such an identity conflict, rather than find infinitely capable ceharctars bound by an immigrant's entrance to the american myth. Even so, the aspirations of those welcoming Sandler's character are also similarly humble. The film makes a point to address the death of american dreams (e.g. race car driver) in favor of an electronic store, but shows no immigrant achieving or even aspiring for a more prestigious living. The assumption throughout the film appears to be that mild-eastern immigrants are only capable of driving cabs, working electronics or beauty salons, or, at best, owning a small shop. And, further, there is no desire for any other way.In addition to this, oppositional identity is enforced when the good guys' are able to advance (only to better facilities) by undermining the evil plot of corrupt white businessmen. Another stereotypical dichotomy perpetuated. also, as with most male-targeted blockbusters, sexism was a given. Being surrounded by a plethora of young attractive women indicated success and status for various ceharctars in the film. Though it was presented in a way that lacked an ageist bias. Sandlers' character put out nearly exclusively to older women while in the States. Additionally, the movie did well to recognize the sexual interests of women as meaningful. However, female ceharctars were sorely underdeveloped and one dimensional, even the protagonist love interest.
Fecha: 2012-12-17 19:02:57
 

JAIME escribió:
es bien chistoso y muy bonito
Fecha: 2009-09-08 19:03:40
 
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