Naoki Urasawa's works never disappoint

  • Life Is Beautiful

    Life Is Beautiful


    Life is Beautiful is a film that simply teaches you one thing, it all depends on the way you see it, Guido did not let his son live the horrors of war despite going through it. That child will not have traumatic memories.So you can see life as beautiful even if you are going through painful moments, or you can see it as horrible even if you are at the perfect time and place. All up to you.Magnificent film, magnificent setting, magnificent scenery, magnificent performance of the protagonists. Personally, it's one of the best movies I've ever seen.

  • Monster



    The plot is solid, it catches you at all times and when you see a chapter you want more, the characters are very well built and their background too, the animation is impeccable and it is one of those animes that you have to see at least once in your life

    Brother, 4 months from 2024 and I am just finishing this gem of a narrative 💀💀

  • Barbie



    Hi barbie

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    I loved it. Out of the ordinary. A clear reflection of the Irish character, the importance of friendship and personal decisions taken to their ultimate consequences. The impeccable actors and actresses. Once again, they demonstrate their acting ability, as is, without tricks, special effects or loud music. The human being and its contradictions

  • Oldboy



    We are facing a film in which imbecility surpasses reason, where each psychic aberration is possible thanks to a bombastic narration without ties or Morse codes that could hinder it in its transit through the universe created by its nobel screenwriter to intimidate the mediocre spirit of a spectator pigeonholed in a stereo group oblivious to the herd immunity present in the placebos of its own roadmap or delivery.

  • Timothy



    tremendous plot twist

  • Hunger



    I found the plot, development of the story and its message impressive. Hunger for fame, glory, jealousy, envy and criticism of the superficiality and snobbery of Thai high society. Excellent editing, production and acting

  • The Making of The Walking Dead

    The Making of The Walking Dead


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

    S1 9.0/10
    S2 9.4/10
    S3 8.0/10
    S4 8.4/10
    S5 9.6/10
    S6 8.1/10
    S7 6.9/10
    S8 7.0/10
    S9 8.0/10
    S10 6.1/10
    S11 5.5/10

    The big problem with The Walking Dead was having seasons with too long episodes of 20 to 16 episodes, and killing characters and wasting them (Carl Grimes, Andrea, Heath, Jesus) did not know how to cover the show as well as in the comic.

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


    The best movie of the worst trilogy.Coarse plot and simple weaving fast and running at the beginning to leave room for action. Classic characters poorly rescued in order to provoke nostalgia for what was the best of the saga and the characters in this one with hardly any charisma, so they are not fond of them.The best thing about this trilogy is that it has made The Phantom Menace good.The entire trilogy lacks direction, lurching senselessly, but it is entertaining and visually it is a spectacle.It is by no means the best way to end the most important saga in the history of cinema.

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    Without a doubt, this is the worst movie in the Star Wars saga. An excess of humor without grace, lousy performances, removing that of Mark Hamill. The script is the one who is most to blame, it's long and sometimes boring. I don't find any emotion in the film, except for 2 moments that I will tell later in spoilers. The only thing salvageable is the soundtrack, which is a wonder by John Williams, but even so, it is also one of the weakest in the saga. I've seen it three times and I'm not entirely convinced

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


    It seemed that it was promising with those winks from the previous ones and questions that remained to be answered in the following ones (but no) I think it is the best of the three new ones, although it is not very original. It was a delight to see Harrison Ford again and Carrie Fisher, probably the best part of the movie