andregoncalves has written 21 reviews for films rated .

  • She Dies Tomorrow

    She Dies Tomorrow

    This movie will die tomorrow.

  • The Future

    The Future

    Ouch.

    It's not that it doesn't make any sense (it doesn't, true, but hey I can love surrealism as the next poser), the characters are portrayed as being mere cardboard sketches and none of their choices are empathic...? (other than cat parenting = giving away some liberty to do stuff, ok, I can relate with that currently)

    A really big disappointment.

    Thankfully Miranda July had a masterpiece in her 9 years later.

  • The Late Bloomer
  • Bohemian Rhapsody

    Bohemian Rhapsody

    I can't believe this was made by a queer person.

    But then again, he's an alleged sex offender.

  • Truth or Dare

    Truth or Dare

    This is ... either one of the most ridiculous concepts ever put to film, or one of the most inapt attempts to insert plausibility to a ridiculous idea - because, y'know supernatural horror is all about ridiculousness made real. Probably a bit of both.

  • An Officer and a Spy

    An Officer and a Spy

    "This is a cheap melodrama" one of the characters says at one point when you just lost track of the number of times you looked at the watch.

    If only, IF ONLY....

    Mr. Polanski are you still there? This can't be the man responsible for engaging masterpieces like Repulsion or Rosemary's Baby. Because this is the complete opposite of engagement. This is confusion, repetition and therefore disconnection from this viewer.

  • Wounds

    Wounds

    We've been used to see better excuses for Armie Hammer to take off his shirt.

  • The Laundromat

    The Laundromat

    Was this a lost bet between Soderbergh and McKay or something?

    Of course one could ask "What was Meryl Streep thinking when she did THAT???" but we're talking about Best Actress winner for The Iron Lady.

    Plus, any film that wastes Sharon Stone in a 2 min cameo deserves to go to jail for life.

  • Vice

    Vice

    If you thought The Big Short was condescending...

    What a terrible terrible film. Highly condescending yes, and well, insecure as hell, with its constant pausing and typing. And totally in automatic pilot, like if the script was written by a machine learning algorithm that read The Big Short and the Wikipedia page on Dick Cheney, Richard Nixon, Reagan, Rumsfeld (lol, such a nothing role for such a huge makeover) and George W. Bush. And then, it just needed to cast…