Breewolf

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Favorite films

  • Cinema Paradiso
  • Match Point
  • Thesis
  • (500) Days of Summer

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  • Pawn Sacrifice

    ★★½

  • Nomadland

    ★★★

  • Sound of Metal

    ★★★½

  • Whiplash

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  • Pawn Sacrifice

    Pawn Sacrifice

    ★★½

    BOBBY WAS AFRAID OF WINNING, TO REACH SUCCESS AND REACHING HIS GOAL, BECAUSE HE HAD INVERTED SO MANY YEARS ON A SINGLE GOAL AND THAT MEAN THAT THE DAY WHEN HE FINALLY ACHIEVED IT, IT WOULD BE OVER.

    WHEN HIS GOAL WAS ACCOMPLISHED, HE WOULD NOT HAVE ANYTHING ELSE TO PURSUE. THIS IS WHY HE CONSTANTLY SEEK AND FIND SO MANY EXCUSES ALL THE TIME. WANTS TO EXTEND THE MOMENT.

    ITS DANGEROUS TO DO THAT, SET YOUR PASSION AS YOUR…

  • Nomadland

    Nomadland

    ★★★

    Another film about a trip abroad to make a trip to the interior. of course I was a bit uncomfortable by the gestures that Frances Mcdormand made all the time with tight mouth and puckered cheeks, I think it was the same face throughout the film but it reflected Fern's personality very well.
    Definitely a movie that invites you to reflect on what we are here for and how we overcome circumstances stoically.

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  • Ratatouille

    Ratatouille

    ★★★★

    If we want to see a good animated movie about the meaning of life, Ratatouille is the option to choose. NO Soul, I insist.

    The little mouse loves cooking. It doesn't matter how he relates to kitchen and he didn't know what his life would be like afterwards but what he did know was that he had to be involved with cooking. Because he was happy with cooking in one way or another.

    He taught his siblings, watched cooking shows,…

  • Liberal Arts

    Liberal Arts

    ★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    OMG Ted Mosbyyyyyy hahahahaha just kidding!

    Here we have Josh Radnor with a very unpredictable movie and that's what I like about it!

    It's the story of a "chavoruco", a 35-year-old man who meets a girl 16 years younger.
    He really believed that they would be together until the end but...
    She helps him find her true path. I think most people go through that midlife crisis and that is well reflected in this movie.

    The only predictable thing was the story of the disturbed boy who was somehow the younger version of Jesse.