terrible acting, sketchy direction, awful pacing, a non-existent plot and a totally insensitive approach at the subject matter makes megan is missing feel like a creepypasta turned into a film. and it sucks.
folks, the disney+ craze finally got to me, and i've decided that the first thing i'm watching (after a few episodes of the clone wars of course) is moana! a movie i've always had the intention to watch but never found the time because it's pretty rare for me to be in the mood for a cartoon musical. but as it turns out, it was actually a great pick.
now, moana is part of this subgenre of disney (and pixar)…
i'm no longer here tells the story of ulises, a cumbia dancing mexican teenager who flees to the united states after having a dispute with a violent gang. with his life and his family threatened, he leaves the barrio, but the barrio never leaves him.
it's an extremely unique coming-of-age flick, that perfectly portrays themes of alienation, homesickness, and identity.
the narrative is captivating, with its slow-burn pacing and constant jumps in time, deep sociopolitical commentary and depiction of people…
Spider-Man 2 is the most influential movie of my life. I'm not even kidding. Some of my personality traits were directly influenced by the superhero's core-values.
I revisited this movie trying to analyze it in a more objective way, in order to recognize its flaws, rather than thinking of it as the most amazing movie that ever existed like I did in my childhood years.
And I generally did not succeed. I was still amused by the corny dialogue, the…