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リリー・コリンズ、ジェイミー・キャンベル・バウアー主演、カサンドラ・クレア原作「The Mortal Instruments:City of Bones/シャドウハンター(骨の街)」の映画化作品。 英語音声、英語字幕。日本語の音声・字幕はありません。TV方式がPALの為、PAL/NTSC互換機能のないDVDプレイヤーでは再生できません。ご注意ください。★PCで再生される場合は、PCがPALに対応しているので、何の準備もなくそのまま再生が可能です(日本版DVDをPCでご覧になっている場合のみ)★ゲーム機xBox360でも問題なく再生可能です。
If I hadn't read the books, I would have no idea what was going on. Literally no idea. The movie doesn't explain anything, and the tremendous detail and back story is what makes the book compelling. Speaking of compelling, I didn't find enough dialogue between the characters to create any sort of compelling relationships. When Clary and Jace kiss, I felt it was very premature because they had barely spoken to one another. Every other relationship and event is underdeveloped. Granted, I know this is a common problem for book to movie adaptations. But I really feel that nothing was explained. It wasn't clear, for example, that the werewolves were rescuing Clary. The purpose of Mortal Cup and Valentine's mission was barely explained. Who Hodge was and what he did was barely explained. What Jocelyn and Luke did in their past was also unclear. What Jace believes about Valentine is unclear. I really feel that someone who hadn't read the books would have no idea what was going on.
Also, a lot of things have been changed from the book. One thing that bothered me was that the vampires looked like monsters. They were supposed to be beautiful people, not ugly. And the entire last part of the movie is completely different than the book.
Anyway. The costumes and set were beautiful. The casting was perfect. I really thought the characters looked the part, though their acting was so so. Sometimes ok and sometimes bad.
Again, I hate to give it a bad review but I was disappointed.
TWO STARS FOR THE ACTOR THAT PLAYS SIMON BEING FREAKING ADORABLE. I'M GOING TO SLEEP.
So if you forget the books or didn't read them, the movie is a pretty enjoyable fantasy movie. I'd recommend it to an age range older than 16.
There are a lot of book-to-movie adaptations out there - enough that everyone should know that they're hit or miss. This movie - as opposed to the TV show, which is terrible - is a lot more hit than miss.
This movie wasn't bad. I'm always interested in seeing how books translate to film, and overall, this didn't fail. It wasn't completely spectacular, but if you've read the book(s), I'm sure you'll find it interesting and gratifying to see this interpretation.
What I liked:
1. The actors did a pretty good job. I thought they were true to the characters in the book.
2. Effects were well done. I could tell that great care was taken with some of the camera angles, which I appreciated.
3. No major "over-exaggeration." I was afraid this movie was going to be stupid, which would have been easy given the story, which successfully walks a fine line between creative and silly. Thankfully, nothing in the movie crossed into silly, either.
My problems with it were:
1. the storyline felt very rushed - not just the progression of events, but even the dialogue. The actors seemed like they were racing to get words out as quickly as possible, like they were being timed.
2. Wasn't crazy about the changes to the storyline. I feel like this story requires continuity. The climax of this movie was very different than the book version. It wasn't terrible, but it makes me nervous for the possibility of future movies. Did they deviate too far?
3. A little too much action: there wasn't enough down time between action scenes, which is probably why this movie felt rushed. Even action films need to breathe a little. Let the characters develop.