• Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage


    Here we have everything a symbiote movie needs:

    - Gay rights
    - Couple therapy
    - Daddy issues
    - Fire and sound
    - Eat chickens and chocolate

  • First Blood

    First Blood


    Never underestimate a man with Post Traumatic Disorder caused by psychological torture in the Vietnam War.

    The most impressive thing is everything that is used against him, it serves as a weapon to force police officers to demonstrate their true vulnerability: The impotence to react to a threat

  • Army of Thieves

    Army of Thieves


    This is not just a heist, it's about a legendary locksmith Hans Wagner and the Norse mythology of vaults

    Here we have all the Snyder aesthetic for making movies about characters with unique abilities, but stops right there. There is nothing special about these people, they just obey the ambitious nature that serves them.

    But Sebastian is different from all that, a man who has devoted his whole life in love with solving combinations, until his greatest passion comes together with his skills.

  • The Hurt Locker

    The Hurt Locker


    ... war is a drug

    If Jeremy Renner had to tell her story more shame of others, would definitely quote about the almost blowing Anthony Mackie up

  • Pig



    This is how Okja would have ended if all the optimism had been ripped from the writers

  • Hostel



    We have such a didactic concept of gore movies here that it's tedious

  • Memories of Murder
  • Host



    If she says Astral Plan one more time, let's have a shot of vodka

  • It Comes at Night

    It Comes at Night


    Nyctophobia is an extreme fear of night or darkness that can cause intense symptoms of anxiety and depression. A fear becomes a phobia when it’s excessive, irrational, or impacts your day-to-day life.

    That's basically what I took as a trigger after the dog came back home

  • Encanto



    Think how much Disney is playing with these magic door metaphors. I
    would even dare say that without doors there would be no human world at all.
    But why?

    The door is an object, a structure that belongs to the material reality of architecture and probably represents the material a priori of architecture.

    As an element of the ideal realm of human beings, the door keeps these same properties, although they are enriched by a symbolic surplus value that plays…

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    Basically the world could be saved if learning sign language were universal in schools.

  • Fracture



    Why are there so many sequences of rolling ball sculptures in this film ?

    I have to admit that dealing with court must be so uninteresting that drawing aerodynamic schematics seems more fun