Artemis Fowl review: the magic of Disney is over

Artemis Fowl premiered a couple of days ago on Disney +, directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Colin Farrell, Ferdia Shaw, Josh Gad, and Judi Dench.

Artemis Fowl, a young Irish criminal, kidnaps Holly Short, a fairy, with the intention of asking for a ransom that allows her to save her father. Once he manages to fulfill his intentions, he embarks on an adventure that will lead him to fight the evil fairy Opal Koboi.

Artemis Fowl is just another Disney product,

we enter the field of youthful fantasy and what would be a fantasy is that this film was good, but no, it is not, it is not even salvageable. It is a movie without a reason, without a reason to be, more than the economic aspect, of course. At times it reminds me of Harry Potter and the only magic that the film generates is when it ends, it's like a gift. I was able to release a relief: finally! It is an adaptation that bypasses the original material, which trample it down, thus creating a mediocre adaptation and vulgar.

Artemis Fowl wins in the visual section,

where we suffer an overdose of visual effects and digital creatures that jump everywhere without meaning, perhaps to cover the shame of the footage. We have uan hour and a half from nothing more absolute. A protagonist designed in strokes and the rest are filler. It does not delve into the villain or the other characters that appear on the screen fluttering. There is no emphasis on the world in which the film takes place. Is tasteless than celery.

Artemis Fowl has a renowned cast,

but not even Colin Farrell himself could save the absolute absurdity of the film. It has no grace, charm, or appeal. For not having, It has no coherence. All of it orchestrated by Kenneth Branagh, who seems to expect them to be the actors those who carry out such a product. Disney has come back lazy. If we extrapolate it to another movie, I would say that Disney is now Rocky after Apollo's beating. KO is left. As KO as I was watching the movie.

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Artemis Fowl

Artemis Fowl

Title : Artemis FowlPublication date : 2020-06-12Synopsis: Artemis Fowl, a young Irish criminal, kidnaps Holly Short, a fairy, with the intention of asking for a ransom that allows her to save her father. Once he manages to fulfill his intentions, he embarks on an adventure that will lead him to fight the evil fairy Opal Koboi. Director (s): Kenneth BranaghCast: Ferdia Shaw,
Josh Gad,
Judi Dench,
Lara McDonnell,
Colin FarrellGender : Fantastic. Action. Adventures.


Luis Miguel Sergeant Gómez

Artemis Fowl
one

The best

Nothing.

Worst

Has no sense.
No character is delved into.
It is tasteless.
I don't put a 0 on it because I can't.
Bad direction.

1.0 0.50
5

Average score

Users rating 1.0 / 5
( one Votes )

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