Review |  Ticket to Heaven – RomCom Brings Julia Roberts and George Clooney in TOTAL Tune

Success is success. Is at Hollywood It is this little word that guarantees a long-lasting career on the big screen. That’s why there are actors who, regardless of what they star in, carry with them a large audience that watches any production they head, as is the case with actors Julia Roberts and George Clooneywhich arrive this week in Brazilian cinemas with the romantic comedyTicket to Paradise‘, their fifth collaboration on the big screen.

lily (Kaitlyn Dever) is going to graduate in law, and, for his graduation ceremony, he invites his parents, Georgia (Julia Roberts) and David (George Clooney), even aware that the meeting of the two can trigger some barbs during the event, after all, the two were married for five years and have been divorced for nineteen years, but even though a lot of time has passed, the two cannot stand being in the same environment together. . After collation, lily travels to Bali with her best friend, Wren (Billie Lourd), to rest, before taking over the Chicago law firm. But the perfect vacation brings you gede (Maxime Bouttier), a young algae farmer with whom she falls in love and decides to marry. The news surprises her parents, who decide to put their differences aside for the first time and follow a plan to dissuade their daughter from the crazy idea of ​​marrying a stranger and living in a far country.

There is no doubt that the film Hello Parker is a great production, and fills your eyes with the paradisiacal scenery, the beautiful locations and the presentation of the local culture through the pre-nuptial customs of the nucleus of gede. The technique is very reminiscent of the director’s greatest production, ‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!‘, also filmed on the beaches of the Prestige chocolate commercial, with very tanned people contrasting with a cast of visitors who, while being friendly with local customs, do not shy away from the tourist air. Added to this is the pseudo-romance in the older core while the focus is supposed to be on youthful love. The same motto as musical in Greece is repeated here in Indonesia in the itinerary of Daniel Pipski.

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What really conquers the spectator is the unbeatable chemistry between Julia and George; it is visible in all the scenes of the two together the quality of the film gives a high, and when the focus goes back to the young people the plot drops, sometimes, even ceasing to develop conflicts created by the plot itself. Together Julia and George starring adorable scenes, including behind the scenes, revealed in the post-credits scenes, proving why they are two of the most renowned actors in Hollywood and why they have already fulfilled five successful partnerships in theaters.

In a stunning setting and a couple of consecrated actors, ‘Ticket to Paradise‘ is romantic comedy light it up in style’Afternoon session‘ in the ultimate invigorating dream vacation atmosphere. It’s nice to see the smile of Julia and the charisma of George again on the big screen, even if in a revamped story; they alone are worth going to the movies.

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