The new film by Spanish director Pedro Almodòvar won the award for best female interpretation (Penelope Cruz) at the Venice Film Festival 2021. It is a very intense and dramatic film that has its roots in the generational clash between parents and children in the background of which there is the history for the recovery... Continue Reading →
The French Dispatch (Review)
Wes Anderson's new film is a masterpiece of colors, black and white scenes, tight dialogues, deep reflections, clips of comic scenes and vintage music. It stands out for a cast of exceptional actors: Benicio Del Toro to Léa Seydoux, from Timothée Chalamet to Frances McDormand. Passing through Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody and Bill... Continue Reading →
The new film by M. Night Shyamalan is ready to keep you in suspense for the duration of its 118 minutes which fly as much as the time on the tropical island where the events of the protagonists take place. What was supposed to be a peaceful vacation in a remote Caribbean island paradise turns... Continue Reading →
Another Round (Review)
Winning the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and captivating audiences around the world for its authenticity and its ability to speak directly to the hearts of viewers, Another Round (Danish: Druk) is one of the best films of 2020.
Critic Review for Disney's "Cruella" (2021)
Rifkin’s Festival (Review)
A review of the new film by Woody Allen: Rifkin's Festival (2020).
Paper lives (review)
Although it risks going unnoticed, Paper lives deserves to be cited as one of the most succeeded drama films of this beginning of 2021.
The Gentlemen (Review)
"The Gentlemen" by Guy Ritchie is funny action with a great cast. A short review.
Review of Christopher Nolan's movie Tenet (2020)
Knives out (Review)
Rian Johnson's latest film is a detective story and certainly one of the best that 2019 has proposed. If you are a fan of Agatha Christie, well you can't miss this movie, the twists and turns of the plot are like the steps necessary to solve a Rubik's cube - apparently simple but brilliant. But... Continue Reading →