• F9


    "F9" is a movie that doesn't know which direction to go, sometimes the movie chooses to go in the direction of total playfulness, with people who are basically super heroes, cars that are indestructible and an action that is completely nonsensical or sense of reality, and in others moments bet on a super serious drama about family... This movie is a real Frankenstein!

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy


    Unlike a lot of action movies that try to be super smart, intriguing and serious, "Free Guy" stands out for being an honest movie. It's the best movie ever I saw today.

  • Cry Macho

    Cry Macho


    I feel like movies like this are going to get lost over time, and when I say "movies like this", I'm referring to simpler movies, with personal stories, that challenge the audience to think outside the standard film axis; you just have to see a few examples of indie movies that are tossed aside in theaters to make way for those big blockbusters. I know it won't happen today, or tomorrow, or 5/10 years from now, but I feel that…

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    A clear example of a film made to please the fan who had been asking for a solo Natasha story for a long time. There is no care to tell a good story, it's a movie that uses action scenes and bad cgi to hide that the story told has nothing new to say about that character, it's more of the same, Marvel's worst flaws are gifts here. And that sucks because Scarlett didn't deserve to have such a mediocre solo movie.

  • Malignant



    In "Malignant", James Wan goes back to his origins and makes one of the best horror films of the last 10 years. I had so much fun watching this movie that it's even difficult to express in words, it was really a pleasant surprise. Everything worked for me, the plot twists, the characters, the story, the amazing action scenes, it's a complete movie in everything for me. Beautiful thing to watch.

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    The first film is more about how parents have to go out of their way to take care of their children, how often they have to sacrifice themselves to save their children. In this second film, we see more children gaining prominence, taking the lead in decisions and in the end saving the day. It's a movie about how we must mature and that at some point we're going to have to go on with our lives alone, our parents won't be with us forever, and one day we're going to have to let our kids go their own way.

  • A Quiet Place

    A Quiet Place


    I think it's been about 3 years since I saw this movie for the first time, I remember I liked it at the time, but it wasn't a movie that I thought was spectacular or revolutionary, and the purpose of the movie isn't even that, it doesn't want to be a new one classic of the suspense genre, the film just wants to tell its story and the life that follows, you know? That's it. My experience this time was…

  • Old



    I was even starting to like the movie in that beach scene where the parents are talking and trying to create some kind of connection, I like the way it's handled and every dramatic charge there is very real, it could happen to anyone in that situation, but after that it seems that Shyamalan couldn't control himself anymore. He has to make an ending with a big plot twist, what he forgot to do was make a ending consistent with the story he was trying to tell. And that final scene is the icing on the cake, it ruined the whole movie for me.

  • The Many Saints of Newark

    The Many Saints of Newark


    Yeah, I know, you must be laughing at me now and remembering what I said. Yeah, I said "The Many Saints of Newark" was going to be the best movie of the year. And now, after having watched the movie, what do I think? I think the movie has interesting moments and really good performances (mainly by Alessandro nivola and Michael Gandolfini), but the story is aimless and totally disjointed. Tell me, in all honesty, did you really care about…

  • Mare of Easttown

    Mare of Easttown


    From the beginning, I realized that "Mare of Easttown" wasn't just going to be a police investigation/suspense series. In the first few episodes, you can already see that the series will be about the mourning of that woman, Mare, and how she will reconcile a murder case with her completely troubled life.

    The series does a great job of developing its characters and letting them be the central focus of the series, leaving the main case in the background, as…

  • O.J.: Made in America

    O.J.: Made in America


    What makes "Oj: Made in America" ​​so great to me is that the documentary doesn't just focus on the story of Oj's rise and fall, it's deeper than that. It's a great look at American society at that time, and how racism and lack of justice set the course for the most famous trial of all time.

  • The Many Saints of Newark

    The Many Saints of Newark


    Sopranos is the greatest American television series of all time. There is no doubt about that. I finished the series about 3 days ago and it hasn't come out of my head, watching one episode of Sopranos a day had become my routine, that's why I didn't write about movies for so long here on letterboxd. I've devoted the last two months to finishing this series and I can easily say that I don't regret it one bit, for me,…