OneYoungWolf has written 56 reviews for films during 2021.

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up


    A brilliant satire about America's reaction to the coronavirus pandemic. Hilarious, with stellar performances from one of the best casts I've seen in years, Don't Look Up denounces events that affect us to this day. Watching Jennifer Lawrence's return to the acting world was quite satisfying, where it seems that not a day has gone by and she once again delivers a magnificent performance, the kind we were accustomed to four years ago. Don't abandon us again, Jennifer!
    It is…

  • The Witch

    The Witch


    A masterfully made film, where the cinematography is exceptional, the lighting in the shots is totally natural which gives a unique and mysterious sense to the film. You are really transported to the farm, to live the misfortune of the protagonist family. The script is brilliant, written to perfection where, filled with the occult, it makes you feel unsafe at all times. A new horror icon is created, that damn black goat that stays in your head after the movie…

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


    I'm sorry but The Power of the Dog just isn't for me. Sure, it has beautiful cinematography and top-notch performances, but a story that is too slow and never really takes off simply made me lose any interest I might have had in this film. Two hours that feels like six, The Power of the Dog comes to feel pretentious, empty and without any purpose that ends up boring the casual viewer.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    It's been a long time since I've seen a fan service so well done, and I don't mean that as a bad thing at all. Spider-Man No Way Home is a movie that will leave all arachnid fans satisfied and with a big smile on their face when they leave the theater. It was like being a kid all over again. Tom Holland earns being Spider-Man in this installment and ends all doubts about his performance. The ending of the…

  • Jungle Cruise

    Jungle Cruise


    It tries so hard to be like the '99 Mummy movie that at no point does it build an identity of its own. Our leads don't have a shred of charisma and chemistry compared to Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weis so it's two hours that go on forever. Bad jokes, a ridiculous story and awful cgi make Jungle Cruise the disappointment of the year.

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    tick, tick...BOOM!


    I'm so fucking in love with Vanessa Hudgens.

  • Spencer



    More than a narrative, Spencer is a character study of Princess Diana. If you are not interested in these subjects, this is definitely not the film for you. However, the exposition is very well done, where the viewer comes to feel like they know Lady Diana, seek to understand her, and become interested in her and her issues. Kristen Stewart gives the performance of her life, I had heard she was good but I was quite impressed and surprised, no…

  • Dune



    Having just finished watching the film for the second time, I consider that I was too harsh with my first review. This story is too complex to absorb in just one viewing. The first time I saw this movie I had little knowledge of the lore of Dune. I knew the basics of the plot, but not enough to understand all the concepts or grasp all the references. In fact, there is so much information presented in just an hour…

  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a horror film different from what we are used to. It is a horror that makes us uncomfortable, that as the film progresses gradually suffocates us. It is a cruel terror, a grotesque and nefarious terror where there is nothing good, at no time in the film there is hope, there isn’t a feeling of tranquility that tells us that everything will be fine, that this is just a nightmare.
    What works about the Texas…

  • Midnight Mass

    Midnight Mass


    Mike Flanagan's latest miniseries delivers something different from what we're used to. In this one, there are no ghosts hidden in every scene and the viewer doesn't have to open his eyes wide to find them. It's not a story about a house that is cursed. And yet, the series does not lose what is so characteristic of this director's work; endearing characters that the viewer cares about, laughs with them, cries with them and identifies with them. A story…

  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage


    Venom 2 is nonsense, it's a missed opportunity. Fans of these characters deserve more than a movie where there is no plot, where these characters are greatly wasted and never reach their full potential. Carnage is a mythical being in the comics, a rival to be reckoned with even for the Avengers, with a fascinating and wicked history. Sadly in this movie he is reduced to a joke, I understand that they don't adapt the story 100% but changing him…

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills


    Michael Myers, the ruthless killer, returns more aggressive than ever. The film features impressive gore and some pretty creative kills, which honestly, are the reasons we watch these movies. As a slasher, it lives up to all expectations and manages to be a fun time. As a film, it makes some questionable decisions, especially the final confrontation, which strips the film of all logic and realism. But as I said before, these movies are not to be taken so seriously,…