Favorite films

  • Blue Velvet
  • Three Colors: Blue
  • Coraline
  • Manchester by the Sea

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  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever


  • Annie Hall


  • Taxi Driver


Pinned reviews

  • Killing Cabos

    Killing Cabos


    ¿Qué me ves, pinche bizco?

    El nulo recibimiento de esta pelicula por parte de los premios Ariel (y ya ni hablar de los Oscars) me hace reflexionar sobre lo desprestigiada que está la comedia en los ultimos tiempos.

    Matando cabos no te hará aprender nada nuevo ni te servirá para tu desarrollo personal, ya que es una película hecha para pasar un buen momento y dejarte llevar por su magia humorística.
    Pero, ¿el hecho de no ser reflexiva la convierte…

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    You think up there, you're dead, believe me.

    Based on my ratings, anyone can realize I'm not a big fan of these types of movies, as they just don't connect with me, but this is one of the few exceptions.

    Top Gun's sequel felt like a classic and healthy movie for me, a one that my dad would love.
    It creates a memorable experience for the spectator through the risks and complexity that can exist in an air-naval mission, with…

Recent reviews

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World


    I feel like I never see anything through. I go from one thing to another.

    I know a lot of Julie's, people that will just take the whole world and experiment with it to search for their happiness and peace, without caring about the consequences.
    That's something explicit in the "frozen scene", where her thinking is shown with a great contrast between her and the world.

    A person must evolve while his life is advancing, learn new things, clarify his…

  • Buffalo '66

    Buffalo '66


    We're the couple that doesn't touch one another.

    Vincent Gallo's way of exhibiting the protagonist's traumas through memories included in each scene stayed in my mind.
    Since he was always treated badly by his parents, he has never received love, so he didn't know how to express his feelings for Layla due to insecurities and fear.
    As the film progress, the character will let go and change his purpose in life because of the most powerful antidote in the world,…

Popular reviews

  • Trainspotting



    Choose Life.

    Let's face it, this is my favorite film.
    Trainspotting is an astonishing, amazing, extraordinary, spectacular, stunning, astounding, impressive, staggering, wonderful, bewildering, marvelous, startling, wondrous, breathtaking, miraculous, striking, stupefying, fucking incredible movie.

    You guys probably know I love Forrest Gump with all my heart, but I just feel like this film has everything I love about movies.
    Reflections, memorable quotes, criticism of everything, existentialism, great narrative, incredible use of music, amazing color palette, astonishing performances, drama, comedy moments, thrilling…

  • City of God

    City of God


    Why return to the City of God, where God forgets about you?

    This movie is truly astonishing.
    I decided to rewatch this with my friends and they freaking loved it, and I found out that the experience of this film it's way better with more people!

    City of God it's an incredible story about the gangster life of the favelas in Brasil and almost every other South-American country (I live in one of these lol)
    The power of betrayal, the…