Tatiana has written 72 reviews for films during 2014.

  • Dallas Buyers Club

    Dallas Buyers Club

    ★★★★½

    I dont think this movie will win the Oscar for Best Picture. I thought I wasnt going to like it. I liked the story, Knowing that its a true story makes it more valuable. This movie is about the acting, seeing how this man decides to fight for his life. How the worst news anyone could ever receive: you are terminally ill, you are going to die in 30 days, made him find his life's purpose.

    Not in a million…

  • Remembrance

    Remembrance

    ★★★½

    An unlikely love story set in 1944 Poland at a concentration camp.

  • Enough Said

    Enough Said

    ★★★★

    How come Julia Louis-Dreyfuss hasn't starred in more movies? Great movie, just as I like them! Good dramedy, good script, great acting.

  • August: Osage County

    August: Osage County

    ★★★★½

    I've got no idea why this movie is considered a comedy, its not even a dramedy! The story of a very dysfunctional family who come together after the disappearance of the patriarch of the family.

    Just by reading the names of the cast you know this is a must-watch. Even Dermot Mulroney is good in it playing the sleazy fiancé of one of Juliette Lewis, who proves again that she's been underrated as an actress. Julia is amazing as Barbara and Meryl, well Meryl IS Meryl. You get the point....

  • 2 Guns

    2 Guns

    ★★½

    Entertaing enough.

  • Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

    Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

    ★★★½

    This is one of those movies I always try to avoid watching. I know its going to be sad and Ill cry and my eyes will get all puffy. I was able to do so for 3 years until my psychology professor showed it in class while we were discussing post traumatic stress.

    The acting is good, specially the kid Thomas Horn who is spectacular as Oskar, a kid trying to find the lock to the key he found in his dad's closet as a way to cope his death in the 9/11.

  • Blue Jasmine

    Blue Jasmine

    ★★★★

    The first time I saw the trailer for this film I knew I HAD to watch it. After the HUGE disappointment of Midnight In Paris I was so happy he changed tactics and made a wonderful drama with no time travel involved.

    Cate Blanchet kills it! Sally Hawkins, who has proven to know how to pick amazing roles is flawless as Ginger.

  • Mary Poppins

    Mary Poppins

    ★★★★½

    After watching Saving Mr. Banks, I had to see it.

  • American Hustle

    American Hustle

    ★★★★

    Must say, I thought I wasn't going to like this movie. The beginning is a bit slow but it gets better as the plot thickens. I think Jennifer Lawrence's baby face doesn't make her credible as a grown up, thought the same for Silver Linings Playbook, but I really love her character. She's the comic relief in this story about con artists with a conscience. The music is as amazing as Bradley Cooper's perm is disturbing.

    Won't surprise me if they get a bunch of Oscar nominations for acting and costume design. Oh, and Robert De Niro speaking in Arab is priceless.

  • Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony

    Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony

    ★★½

    Watching 20 year olds singing the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic theme song at the top of their lungs is disturbingly entertaining. A sub culture I had no idea existed. The weird part is, most of these guys are the same ones that go to the midnight showing of the latest Jackass movie.

  • Saving Mr. Banks

    Saving Mr. Banks

    ★★★½

    A behind the scenes look at Mary Poppins.

    You'll watch the Mary Poppins movie as if it was your first time. A whole different outlook on the story and its hidden messages and meaning.

  • Mamitas

    Mamitas

    ★★★½

    A nice surprise. A coming of age story on how we hide behind a mask afraid of not showing who we really are.