• Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Don't be an idiot like me and steer clear of "Venom 2". Now, if you want to torture yourself for 90 minutes, maybe this is the movie for you.

  • Spencer



    From beginning to end, "Spencer" is an experience that leaves you feeling smothered and overwhelmed. Kristen Stewart's performance is my favorite female performance of the year. She manages to bring out everything Diana is feeling with just one look. She doesn't need to say anything, her face says it all. Oppression is everywhere, she cannot escape, however much she tries to do so. When she has happier moments, you're happy too, because you know those moments are rare. And the saddest thing is to know that Diana was a woman full of life and love, and the ending comes to remind us of that. It's beautiful.

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!


    What makes "Tick Tick...BOOM" a different and special movie is the way it tackles so many universal themes in a musical. You can take various situations that Jon goes through during the film and compare them to some point in your life, that moment when you had a creative block and couldn't accomplish anything, the frustration of not being recognized even though you knew you deserve it, the difficulty of reconciling love life with professional life. There are several mundane…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    Before talking about this wonderful movie, I need to tell you a curious and revolting story:

    When "No Time to Die" opened here in Brazil, I went to the cinema with a lot of excitement because it was the first film in the 007 franchise that I would see in the cinema. I arrived at the cinema and paid the ticket, everything normal until now. Ok, the movie started and everything was fine, until it reached the point where the…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    I'm sure this movie will be the most controversial of Edgar Wright's career, many will love it, and others will hate the movie because of the direction the story takes from the third act, which Edgar Wright made with the purpose of surprising the public. I don't think the ending is as surprising as the movie makes it to be, if you pay close attention to things, you'll realize that everything that happens in that ending is pretty predictable, although…

  • Eternals



    Yesterday I finally went to watch "Eternals" at night and I'll confess that I ended up getting a little lost on time, it was quite late when I got to the cinema and the session I took was empty, just me and the loneliness of that place. I confess it's a little weird watching a movie alone in a movie theater, especially when the movie is superhero and you feel like you need that audience to react to the movie…

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


    I watched "Shang-Chi" months after the release because I feel like superhero movies, especially Marvel ones, are starting to wear off. A few exceptions aside, the movies always look the same, always with the dull and totally out of place jokes and that third act that will destroy the world if the hero doesn't save everything. That's the price you pay when you have an interconnected universe, you have to repeat the formula because the public already knows what to…

  • A Perfect World

    A Perfect World


    Here in this movie we see two characters, Butch had a troubled father figure and ended up becoming this cold, cynical person, tired of living and trying to make a fresh start, and Phillip who had an absent father and still kept kindness and the innocence within. It's as if they complete each other, each helping the other to overcome that emptiness they feel, Butch sees in Phillip someone he can be a better person with, something his father was…

  • Ed Wood

    Ed Wood


    "Ed Wood" is perhaps Tim Burton's most personal film. I see a lot in Ed Wood this passion that Tim Burton has for cinema, this love spills over onto the screen, you feel it. But I also think the film is a little restrictive when you don't know much about the history of that particular moment, that classic Hollywood and those characters. I myself got a little lost at times, not because the story was confusing or something, but because…

  • Beetlejuice



    This movie makes you happy and sad at the same time, happy because the movie is great, and sad because you see how amazing Tim Burton was before he became this boring, repetitive director he became today.

  • Blow Out

    Blow Out


    I finished watching Blow Out trying to assimilate all the genius of this majestic work by Brian De Palma. I'm trying to find the words to describe this movie as best I can, but I realized I can't, not now. Maybe one day I will find those words, the right way to express how amazing this movie is. It's beautiful, it's beautiful. The end is the catharsis of everything, an explosion of feelings. I'm in love :)

  • Carrie



    The final act is so well directed that you transcend and remain in a state of paralysis waiting for what will happen next. Absurd.