Mikel García

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  • The Devil All the Time

    ★★★★½

  • Abel

    ★★★★

  • Bleak Street

    ★½

  • Climax

    ★★★★

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  • The Devil All the Time

    The Devil All the Time

    ★★★★½

    Green fried tomatoes comes back to life but in a much darker way.
    *Impeccable scrip.
    *Great camara work.
    *Beautiful photography.
    *Great acting.

    A movie that not only was it filmed great but that also shows perfectly how family patterns repeat themselfs in each generation, as well as how things in life come around; The good as well as the bad. Only that this time, its
    "The devil all the time".

  • Abel

    Abel

    ★★★★

    And this would be the example of a great mexican film. Im actually surprised by how beautiful, unique and emotional this movie is. You go threw all emotions, never moving your eyes from the screen.

    The colors are outstanding, the rythm is constanly graving and surprising you.
    The acting and attention to details are really well executed and the script is so fun.
    And this is the difference between Directors that know acting and the ones that dont. HUGE difference in results.
    Bravo Diego Luna for such original and beautiful film.
    This movie is for anyone to enjoy.

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  • Bleak Street

    Bleak Street

    ★½

    For a strange reason mexicans have such difficulty to make their movies not feel like cheap plays or "Telenovelas". And im mexican, so im just being brutaly honest here.

    The dialogue is so unreal that its cringy as fuck. Maybe as a you wont notice, but take my word for it.
    The acting is either overreacted or not neairly enough.

    The rythm of the entire movie is FLAT, Flat, flat, flat. Even with murder and prostitution scenes. So I dont…

  • Climax

    Climax

    ★★★★

    It's not a movie, its's an experience. And what a fucking ride it is.

    Gaspar Noé without any special effects gets you to expirience the exact same feeling as the characters during their horrific trip.
    Camera movements, lights, choreography and acting. It's all put together flawlessly in such a unique and disturbing way.

    Againg, this movie isn't really about the story, but of the mental breakdown the characters suffer.

    This is a completely revolusionary way to make a thriller.

    And again... WHAT A FUCKING RIDE.