• Jurassic World

    Jurassic World

    This movie brings back many memories. It reminds me of a time when I was very happy at school and everything was better and easier. I saw it with my friends at the theater on the last day of that school year before summer and it was a very nice experience.

    I give it a 3.5 because I'd like to see it again. Of course it's not the best movie of all time -it's not even the best of the franchise- but it entertained me a lot and that's enough to be a good blockbuster movie.

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

    Honestly, I didn't understand most of this. I really liked the overall vibe, but for me the story is the backbone of a feature film, and, in Mulholland Drive, it just doesn't work for me. Maybe I'm too useless to understand surrealism, but I just didn't love it.

  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver

    Just a nice piece for a romantic night with your significant other, or just a very entertaining movie that everyone like because, literally, both cinema enthusiasts and my grandma like Baby Driver.

    In any case, you play safe with this movie. It's simple but fun. Overall, just a "haha, nice" with a really cool soundtrack.

  • mother!

    mother!

    There are movies that make us cry, or that confuse and blow our minds, or that are dramatic and at the same time romantic but also very unpleasant. mother! really is a mixture of all this, but at the same time it's not quite, at all.

    I've only seen it once, and the truth is that I don't really want to see it again; however, this is solely based on the bleak experience, because mother! is an excellent feature film.…

  • Happy Death Day

    Happy Death Day

    Surprisingly good. It doesn't contribute much to the genre, much less to the industry itself, but among so much trash that comes out today, this is a film that entertains and that, at least, proposes something different.

    Also, good for her (the girl in the movie).

  • The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

    The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

    ★★★½

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

    A solid story on international crime. Very in line with the rest of the MCU's feature films. The characters are very well developed (it would be a crime not to do it in 6 episodes), the locations and fight scenes are interesting and the main antagonist is quite different from what we're used to, which gives The Falcon and the Winter Soldier a characteristic touch. I really enjoyed it and would like to see it again.

    Honestly, it's way better…

  • Batman Begins

    Batman Begins

    ★★★½

    It's hard not to compare Batman Begins to TDK and TDKR; however, this first film is much more faithful to the character of the comics, in my opinion. This one's more unique and with a darker Gotham.

    Overall, I found it very entertaining. A very good movie, just not one of my favorites from Nolan.

  • Super Size Me

    Super Size Me

    ★★★

    I had to watch this documentary years ago at school. At the time I liked it, but in the end it didn't change anything in me. So, it was a bit useless.

    As revealing as it is, still, if I have a craving for a Big Mac, then I eat it without remorse whenever I want. Therefore, I don't know how much impact this film has.

  • Project X

    Project X

    ★★

    Pretty average. Or rather, well below average. Maybe entertaining up to a point, but really, not much.

  • The Dark Knight Rises

    The Dark Knight Rises

    ★★★★½

    Seeing so much hate towards The Dark Knight Rises makes me sad. I mean, this movie is a complete wonder. Superb protagonists and antagonists. A divinely crafted story. A memorable score. Brilliant directing. Scenes that make your hair stand on end. Should I continue? Yes.

    Let's talk about the opening scene. One of the best ways to start a feature film: tension. I will always love Nolan for bringing me such joy watching such a marvelous introduction to Bane. Speaking…

  • Under the Silver Lake

    Under the Silver Lake

    ★★★★

    I had my expectations super high -for being A24 and for Andrew Garfield, obviously- and they were definitely met.

    Everything in this movie is magnificent! Starting with the technique in general, the beauty of the production design, cinematography, editing and direction: divinely executed. Andrew will forever be one of my favorite actors, and with Under the Silver Lake he didn't fail to disappoint me, he never does.

    In short, the only thing that keeps me away from a 5 star…

  • Fight Club

    Fight Club

    ★★★½

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

    I think everything has been said about Fight Club, and I think there are no adjectives to describe such a film. However, I want to mention, as others have surely said, that the beauty of this film, among many other factors, lies in the complex relationship between the Narrator and Tyler Durden. I see the latter as the portrait of everything that Edward Norton's character wants to be, and that in the end, ends up being.

    I definitely defend the…