• Corpse Bride

    Corpse Bride

    Tim Burton is a true master at creating fantasy universes. In ''Corpse Bride'', he manages to go beyond his main talent, directing a story that is also moving and with a very beautiful message.

    From the beginning, we realized that the characters live in a sad, dark and unfair universe. People in general cannot and will never be who they want to be, or even marry who they want to be. This lack of freedom in a society of greed,…

  • Sideways



    ''Sideways'' is an extremely beautiful, intelligent film with a bold and interesting theme. It is a difficult work to digest. Daring to deal with deep issues without giving easy answers, not necessarily being optimistic, the work proves to be extremely courageous.

    In the film we follow a writer suffocated in his existential emptiness, brilliantly played by Paul Giamatti, a brilliant actor who here offers one of the greatest performances in the history of cinema, without exaggeration. His performance is extremely…

  • Nightcrawler


    The scariest fact is not that there are people like the protagonist, but that people like that only exist because there is a little of him in each of us.

  • Interstellar


    This was the movie that made me fall in love with cinema once and for all. Extremely ambitious in all aspects, the work still has one of the most beautiful soundtracks in the history of cinema, composed by the brilliant Hans Zimmer.

    With mostly very convincing performances, it's extremely easy to get involved with the plot and its characters. Thanks to the brilliant direction of Christopher Nolan, we managed to ignore several plot points that are extremely vague, counterintuitive, irrational…

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    You realize a director is talented when you don't need to see the credits to say the movie is his.

  • Requiem for a Dream

    Requiem for a Dream


    Requiem for a dream is a film that impresses for its realism, enchants for its performances and terrifies for its soundtrack.

    Despite being a movie that seems to be just about drug addiction, like any good movie, it doesn't stick to its story itself, but to its theme. And the work is extremely effective in addressing him, which would be the existential emptiness and lack of stimuli to continue living.

    Would we be able to live without deep depressive crises?…

  • Match Point

    Match Point


    Woody Allen is one of the most talented screenwriters and directors of his generation. In Match Point, he proves once again his talent, even if slightly out of his comfort zone.

    With a filmography of ups and downs, (even for the high number of features) here is the filmmaker's masterpiece. A difficult film to summarize, Match Point covers several themes, and all of them in a dignified way. With an intriguing protagonist and capable of anything to achieve your goals,…

  • The Wrestler

    The Wrestler


    In his fourth feature, Aronofsky reaches its climax in ''The Wrestler''. This film has a history not only with good performances, but also very well directed, in an almost documentary tone.

    In fact, it couldn't be different, since the film seems to tell the story of Mickey Rourke himself. In 'The Wrestler'', we accompany a decadent fighter, both in professional and personal life. The tension is growing and from the beginning we fear for the fate of the protagonist, who…

  • Talk to Her

    Talk to Her


    Almodóvar is a unique and irreplaceable director. In this work, he reaffirms his skill and eccentricity again. With a good photograph and a great direction, ''Talk to Her'' is, above all, a deep analysis of the human mind, causing uncomfortable reflections.

    In his filmography, usually performed by women (and strong), the filmmaker this time makes an exception and leaves the female characters in the background, curiously reaching his masterpiece in this film.

    With a perfect script, which deservedly won the…

  • The Tenant

    The Tenant


    ''The Tenant'' is one of the masterpieces of cinema. With an unreliable protagonist (similar to Rosemary's baby), the work ends up being macabre, confusing and introspective.

    The film quickly proves to be an extremely effective suspense, mainly due to the photography that creates a gloomy and unique atmosphere. Polanski's brilliant direction opts for his typical, sinister and beautiful plans once again, contributing to the growing tension of the plot. It is interesting to note that, like the others in the…

  • Mean Girls

    Mean Girls

    Predictable, nothing funny, dumb and the script is too self-indulgent with the excuse of being a satire. I now have two certainties in life. That we are all going to die and whoever watches this film reduces their IQ to double digits, if they don't already have it.

  • After Hours

    After Hours


    I've never felt so good about being home. Thank you, Scorsese.