Just a random brazilian that ended up liking cinema
“You've probably heard that one before. It's not new and it never gets old and it's a folk song.”
Inside Llewyn Davies is a very different experience when compared to some of the other Coen Brothers movies like No Country For Old Man or Big Lebowski that, in most cases, are appealing even to the more casual public not used with the artistic side of cinema. The directors decided to make this movie more slow paced and more focused in…
“No, please don’t kill me, mr. ghostface, I wanna be in the sequel!”
Definitely one of the most iconic horror movies ever made. It’s the extremely creative and smart premise of being a self conscious horror movie that makes it really stand out when compared to any other of this genre, constantly making jokes and referencing the usual stereotypes that are present in most horrors.
The villain is pretty simple, yet memorable, with one of the most famous masks of…
"Indeed, that's what we provide in our own modest, humble, insignificant... Oh F**K it.”
Elegant. That’s the word that better describes this whole movie for me. Wes Anderson is definitely one of the most unique directors currently on activity with his revolutionary way of making cinema and, with this movie, it’s clear that he is also one of the best.
Every single frame on it is an absolute work of art in “Boy with apple” level of masterfulness. Very fell…
What a debut by Damian Chazelle.
Whiplash is an astonishing and beautifully shot movie, full of extraordinary acting specially by J.K Simmons and an ending that leaves me breathless every time. The movie very successfully manages to show how far a person can go to achieve perfection and the consequences that those actions may have in that persons life