Brazilian, 19. More movies to watch than time to watch them. Writing in english for practice
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I am now fully convinced that the bigger the budget they give Jordan Peele, the more crazy his movies will get. And I am all here for it. Slightly afraid of what the hell his next script will be about, yes, but here for it.
This film feels like a classic. An objectively simple story involving so much talent and creativity that it becomes an epic. A touching, intense, thrilling epic, carried by two very powerful leads and a direction…
I forgot how disturbingly amazing Get Out is. Rewatching this just highlights even more the insane writer and director that is Jordan Peele. And Daniel Kaluuya is a force of nature.
Also, watching this movie with friends takes it to a whole new level, especially if they haven't seen it yet. The foreshadowing was fun lol.
Vengence won’t change the past. Mine or anyone else's. I have to become more. People need hope.
Almost 10 years after the last live-action solo film of a character with many different versions portrayed in cinema, The Batman stands out as a unique, fresh take on the hero, adapting the world and the stories within it to a new level of depth that relates fittingly to our society.
Along with astonishing cinematography and music, and an outstanding cast with shining,…
In the intention of adding more originality to its ever expanding cinematic universe, and to a character with literally endless, multiversal possibilities, Marvel Studios brings in Sam Raimi's beautifully exaggerated style to make of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness a stunning, unique, pretty much insane adventure that differs from everything they've done before. The director seems to have been given the green light to do anything he wanted with this movie, which shows evidently in its tone, pacing,…