Juan Diego has written 9 reviews for films rated ★½ .

  • Escape Room

    Escape Room


    It was good until it wasn't. The end? Very regular. The general idea seems creative to me, and the concept of the different rooms is quite good, but it is still not enough for this to be a fine movie.

  • Game Night

    Game Night


    Game Night is entertaining to pieces, but never manages to maintain a solid narrative thread. The story is more mediocre than good, and the situations that the characters face are completely idiotic and zero comic. Lost time.

  • Below Zero

    Below Zero


    A waste of time. Slow and boring. Nothing occurs and not even at the end something according to the plot happens. Full of continuity errors and fictional events that only happen in a movie.

    I wish I could go back in time and avoid having seen this movie that didn't bring me anything and much less entertain me.

  • Ocean's Twelve

    Ocean's Twelve


    Insufferable. I couldn't get past the middle of the movie. Literally after an hour nothing had happened. Zero compromising, and despite having an all-star cast and a good premise, the development is to die for ... boredom.

  • Mike's New Car

    Mike's New Car


    Despite being a simple and gloomy short, Mike's New Car manages to entertain with a simple but moderately effective premise.

  • Rhubarb



    Despite having nice editing, Rhubard is pointless and senseless.

  • Long Toast

    Long Toast


    No comment.

  • The Minimalists: Less Is Now

    The Minimalists: Less Is Now


    Although its premise is to show how our lives can be better with less, The Minimalists: Less Is Now fails in practically everything, except in telling unnecessary life stories to give away distant anecdotes. This film is very American and I feel that it is super distant with the experiences of the rest of the countries in the world.

    The documentary doesn't bring anything new, nothing that we have not seen or that we cannot find in thousands of videos…

  • The Prom

    The Prom

    Boring and incoherent, full of cliches and temporary gaps, and above all, full of things that would never happen in real life. Basically, despite being very colorful and full of musical numbers, as a musical theater performer, I feel that The Prom is a terrible adaptation of a musical, and even more, a lack of respect for the LGBT + community because of its perverse stereotypes.

    James Corden only gives cringe and a gloomy performance. Not to mention how much Meryl Streep could do in the face of such an abominable screenplay.