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  • And Then We Danced
  • Arrival
  • Spirited Away
  • The Blair Witch Project

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Pinned reviews

  • The Man with the Answers

    The Man with the Answers


    Gorgeous GPS-less young gay men go on a road trip from southern Italy to the German Alps while getting to know each other.

    That's it, cute and unpretentious, this movie starts slow and is far from perfect when it comes to technical aspects and even writing. But at the same time, the strong final act, the down to earth atmosphere, the honest acting, the amazing soundtrack, and the jaw-dropping setting makes this much more memorable than one could imagine. Not…

  • Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes

    Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes


    OMG!!! This is the most incredible little movie I have ever seen!!!

    I'm so happy I watched it, I can't even describe how much I enjoyed it, seriously. Confusing, but very well organized, the film respects its own rules and creates this awesome universe with endless possibilities. I didn't want it to ever end, it was just so much fun! The actors were amazing, the camera work was perfect and the story was cute and original. All of that with…

Recent reviews

  • F9


    The next one will have dinosaurs.

  • Little Fish

    Little Fish


    I needed to take a break after watching this movie because, wow, it hit so hard, specially during this pandemic we're still going through.

    I knew this movie was also about a pandemic, so I was expecting some connections to our reality, but I was surprised at how moving and down to earth it was at the same time. I say that because we have important elements of sci-fi in this beautiful drama that could have taken the narrative into…

Popular reviews

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666

    Cringeworthy accents abound in this romanticized silly version of the 17th century that concludes a lackluster trilogy on a down note.

    Nothing makes sense in this badly written last chapter that explains social inequality with pacts with the devil and where visions from the past suddenly make characters conclude what people are doing in the present. It's a huge mess that has the courage of naming its second part "Fear Street 1994 Part Two", as if the names of the…

  • Two Distant Strangers

    Two Distant Strangers


    I'm a bit confused on this one. It starts off really strong and the ending was emotional and effective, but the middle felt quite exploitative and I was not sure what the intention was. I mean, maybe that was the point? It felt a bit gratuitous nonetheless, but I believe its good intentions.