Film student who has no idea of what she's doing
Sometimes I write in Portuguese
🏳️🌈 She/Her 🏳️⚧️
"We'll figure it out."
A better portrait of Brazilian life than City of God could've ever been. And still as beautiful and perfect as it was when I first saw it one year ago, if not more so.
A touching portrait of a Brazilian lower-middle class family of four, in the city of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. Closely accompanying each member of the Martins family, the film weaves emotional stories that are very intimately connected.
Every character feels like a…
A hypnotizing and borderline surrealist journey into a world filled with horror.
The story makes absolutely no sense but that doesn't matter because, just like Suspiria, this film is all about feeling. It's about the gorgeous colorful visuals, the insane score, and the pure horror it distills on the viewer. It's all about the vibes.
Inferno is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most beautiful horror films I have ever seen, honestly on the same level of…
So endlessly playful, creative, and adorable. Amélie is a heartwarming tale of an incredibly shy young woman who loves to make people happy, yet is too afraid to face the people she helps, always doing it from a distance so she's not being perceived.
Also, she can't seem to make herself happy. She finds comfort in the small things in life, and is pretty content with it for a while. But when she falls for a man with an odd…
Absolutely masterful. A step-up from the first film in every conceivable way. Impeccably constructed in each and every aspect.
The action set pieces are all dynamic and mesmerizing. The entire movie is gorgeous from start to finish, it's so colorful and the different artstyles all perfectly compliment the diverse cast of characters and dimensions. Gwen's pastel and splashy colors, Spider-Punk's DIY look, etc. This is a fantastic showcase of what the medium of animation is truly capable of doing.