Favorite films

  • Three Colors: Red
  • Napoleon
  • Chungking Express
  • Andrei Rublev

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  • The Seventh Seal


  • House


  • Sing Street


Recent reviews

  • The Graduate

    The Graduate


    I think that if The Graduate were released today, it wouldn't have the same impact and power that it had at all.
    I dare to say that it'd go almost completely unnoticed.
    I'm one of those who thinks that to appreciate something, you must first have at least an idea of the historical context. Two quick examples on this point would be, first, the character of Ben. I think the kind of man we see is a man totally out…

  • Tokyo Revengers

    Tokyo Revengers


    When I saw the first chapter, I thought I was going to hate it. Time travel, oh god, not again.
    I have a problem with time travel, and it is that most of the time when its plot bothers me, time travel is one of the poorest, most worn and short tools of creativity that I think can be used in a story.
    But as I progressed, despite the fact that the meaning of the series is that Takemichi can…

Popular reviews

  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life


    I loved this film because it portraits the god I want to believe in.
    There are reasons to think that this could be regarded as a christian film or at least semi-christian, beginning with a brief amount of Job mentions. I don't consider myself a christian. I want to be away from all those religious connotations. But I found in Job part of the god I want to believe in. Job, after having all a human can have and then…

  • Don’t Cry, Pretty Girls!

    Don’t Cry, Pretty Girls!


    With alluring cinematography, the lyrics of songs and poems give way to a very special way of telling a story that has to be told, love in youth, choices, adventures, and feelings.
    This strange but glamorous combination of what at times feels like a good music documentary and sometimes this simple and great story makes this whole work something charming and truly captivating.