Catch me outside how bout that

I’m sure i’ll lose you

On Saturday we will play at the Jardín Terramar festival in Sitges a special program to end this exciting tour. Can you imagine what we are going to play? Of course the best and most famous soundtracks composed by Williams cannot be left out. Here are the songs, to see if you also think it’s a grand finale: Olympic Fanfare and Theme, Catch Me If You Can, Jaws, Memoirs of a Geisha, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Hook, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List, Born on the Fourth of July, Fiddler on the Roof, Indiana Jones, Superman and Star Wars IV: A New Hope.

How about lyrics

Not even with that slogan that already tells us that what we see on the screen is not the fruit of Spielberg’s imagination, but a story taken from real life, we are not able to believe it 100%. The story of this swindler-turned-successful businessman surpasses fiction. The apparent ease with which he manages to impersonate identities and get rich as a teenager clashes with our conception of reality and with our logic. How is it possible that we, at his age, were concerned about solving second-degree equations and the French Revolution and he was able to be whoever he wanted to be and to make fun of the FBI?
Although Frank Abagnale Jr. claims that it would be much easier now to pull off the scams he signed up for, I believe that with the technology we have available to us it would have been impossible for him to be so many people at once. Facial recognition and artificial intelligence would have given him away immediately. It is true that technology would also have helped him with his forgeries, but I think the balance falls on the negative side.

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With Laudrup we embraced the fifth stage of grief; acceptance. With Figo we stayed in the second stage; to hell with it.  We used to sing Don’t stop, Figo, Figo now a chorus of Carolina Durante. How about throwing up the things we said to each other. How about throwing up the things we loved each other.
And one of the great values of this report is to recover the ins and outs of a generational betrayal. It achieves this with period footage, behind-the-scenes gossip and testimonials from people involved in the plot.
This is a success story. That of a talent who triumphs in the NBA at an insulting age. But also its flip side: the price of having to be an adult too fast. Ernesto Rodriguez gives it depth and form with a crystalline writing, full of contained emotion, and vibrant illustrations with a comic stroke.

What do you say we pack our bags?

You’re left with the feeling that it’s too long, but it has a consistent script and good performances, as far as you can see, wrapped in a slight soporific, but it’s watchable all the way to the end.
Out lines and out script. This film is a scream. But I don’t buy it from Steven, sometimes he’s a complete asshole and therefore, even if it’s just sometimes, he loses my devotion. That’s why I think of the wise subconscious that no one knows about, and which I will discuss later in upcoming reviews, I’ll give you a heads up. That innate uncultivated spice that appears, even in the most subnormal of men, in some cases difficult to imagine. But it is subconscious. If you dare to study it you will die as the third mouse.
Lower your expectations and see “Catch Me If You Can” for what it is, an appropriate and tailor-made Spielberg vehicle to make you forget for two hours about everything else and have a pleasant time, nothing more, without you taking anything seriously and not thinking. Here there are no depths, no double readings, no complex plot. Just pure and hard entertainment cinema. And this is not a criticism, on the contrary, we all feel like watching this kind of movies from time to time.