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Favorite films

  • Palm Springs
  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood
  • Under the Silver Lake
  • 1917

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Recent reviews

  • Ex Machina

    Ex Machina

    In "Ex Machina" the important thing is the relationships and the triangle formed by the three characters. It has the virtue of provoking questions, of speculating, of daring to venture. A look at the most humanistic part of science fiction. Welcome be.
    There are many science fiction films that arrive week after week on the big screen. But for some time now, that same cinema has changed a lot. Past science fiction was characterized by being tough, physical, and action-packed.…

  • Luca


    "Silenzio, Bruno!"
    The visual style, colorful and attractive! The location fascinated me. The landscapes that are captured in this film are brilliant and they generate a very beautiful feeling.
    The Pixar team is clearly Disney's best partner, and they know how to make the most of it. A very emotional story, with two Sea Monsters who want to fit into the human society. Although the story was very good, I found it predictable. But the truth is that the movie…

Popular reviews

  • Shrek


    Without a doubt, "Shrek" marked history, since it was the first animated film to win an Oscar. This movie is the definition of enjoyable. The story isn't complex at all but it's entertaining as fuck, not removing the fact that it has one of the best black humor and soundtrack out there. Moreover, animation and references to film culture is one of the most powerful things in this work of modern satire. Characters are hilarious. Shrek and Donkey are one…

  • Schindler's List

    Schindler's List

    "Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire"

    This may be the greatest film I don't ever want to watch again. Beautuful, entertaining, raw and hopeful. When you lose hope in humanity, you can watch this movie and you will realize that ONE person can make a difference. Oskar Schindler deserves heaven. The realism the film brings is charmingly brilliant but outrageous at the same time. It really manages to transport you to that moment and make it seem as…