Favorite films

  • Arrival
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • Funeral Parade of Roses
  • Interstellar

Recent activity

  • Blade Runner


  • A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night


  • Funeral Parade of Roses


  • In the Mood for Love


Recent reviews

  • Buddies



    REVIEW: English and Portuguese

    ― English Review ―

    For many years AIDS was treated as a disease of social subcategory. Public authorities in several countries have completely ignored the issue by not promoting an adequate educational system combined with a health system prepared to treat the infected and prevent the uninfected. The result of this was the uncontrolled spread of the disease, much ignorance and death.

    Buddies is a touching story about a terminally ill HIV patient and a volunteer…

  • The Hateful Eight

    The Hateful Eight


    REVIEW: English and Portuguese

    ― English Review ―

    Well, it's another Tarantino movie. What can I still say?

    The Hateful Eight is a twist-filled story with an electrifying dialogue game. I'm not just referring to the speaking time of the characters, who are competently conducted by the director, but the content. It's a production full of relevant content all the time.

    Social criticism comes with good doses of irony in completely unusual situations. It's crazy! Racial discussion is very present…

Popular reviews

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window


    REVIEW: English and Portuguese

    ━  English review  ━

    This time it's not me, it's you. Definitely.

    I was really looking forward to this movie. The story is incredible, the cast fantastic, full of references to Rear Window, a classic by Hitchcock. It is a dream!

    But, well ... I don't know what happened here.

    Perhaps this desperate attempt to surprise, but fall into sameness. I don't know how to say this, but it is like observing the “unpredictable predictable”. You…

  • House



    REVIEW: English and Portuguese

    English review

    A different way of telling a horror story.

    Directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi and written by Chiho Katsura, House(Hausu) is built from the difficulty of dealing with life's losses and changes.

    Visually stunning with a lot of color and contrast, the production fills your eyes. Sometimes it seems that we are looking at charged, surrealistic paintings, bathed in a serene and inviting nostalgia.

    Some scenes are really funny, gaining rhythm with "supernatural situations". In other scenes…