Brendha has written 5 reviews for films during 2018.

  • Roma

    Roma

    ★★★★½

    “me gusta estar muerta”

    É com toda a tranquilidade do mundo que digo que Alfonso Cuarón é um dos melhores cineastas vivos! 

    Desde seu primeiro longa em 1991, ele apenas vem provando que consegue contar qualquer história de qualquer gênero com perfeição. Ele sempre se reinventa, mas nunca deixa de ser ele. 

    Tudo em Roma é impecável, desde o movimento de câmera extremamente sútil as performances tocantes. Vejo esse filme como algo extremamente íntimo já que dessa vez Alfonso não…

  • Cold War

    Cold War

    ★★★★½

    Perfect. There’s no better word to describe this movie than “perfect”.

     I did not felt so connected to a movie in a long time.

     I loved everything about this one! The story, the acting, the shots... It’s a love story but at the same time it’s not.  Two broken people in a broken world. 
    Clearly the definition of masterpiece!


    2018 RANK

    Português 
    Quando estudei as etapas de se fazer um filme eu adotei como a minha  favorita  a montagem, porque…

  • First Man

    First Man

    ★★★★

    Doesn’t  matter how simple and ordinary a movie seems to be,  Damien Chazelle has this wonderful and unique way of tell us stories. 


    I loved it, so much more than I thought I would! 


    And Claire Foy is amazing, she deserves the world, but I think she already has it 


    MY 2018 RANK

  • Neruda

    Neruda

    ★★★★★

    English

    Neuda 2016: A movie for lovers of poetry and cinema.

    Watching Neruda for the first time was an experience I will never forget. I remember being extremely anxious for it's release, and to vibrate with every positive review that the film received. So, yes, my expectations were big, and fortunately I was not disappointed. However, I confess that my "obsession" with the movie only started a year after having watched it for the first time, and this happened after…

  • Y Tu Mamá También

    Y Tu Mamá También

    ★★★★★

    English:
    Y Tu Mamá También
    “La vida es como la espuma, por eso hay que darse como el mar.”

    I don’t usually write reviews here or any other place, but today one of my favorite movies of is turning 17 years old since its theatrical release, so I decided to make an exception.

    I do not consider myself to be a specialist in Mexican cinema, but the little that I know, two of it’s best times were: the sixties with…