I like movies, among other things.
Majoring in Business and minoring in Sociology.
Florence Pugh stealing the spotlight? Not a suprise at all! While Scarlett plays a very good role, I couldn't take my eyes off Yelena and her overwhelming personality. Her accent: wonderful. In addition to Rachel Weisz's lovely American accent in the opening scenes! Still, the performances fail to completely overshadow a weak script, with many gaps that are terribly filled with predictable dialogue and more of the same old action scenes that fail to astound.
Little Women is genuinely beautiful thanks to its prolific writing and wonderful chemistry between performers. The direction is divine and the photography is naturally mind-blowing. Florence Pugh is truly beautiful in all her splendor; in my opinion, she's the one stealing the show. Overall, a very filling experience.
The Silence of the Lambs filled my expectations. The beauty of this film, among many other things, falls on the naturalness of Jodie Foster and Sir Anthony Hopkins. Their performances don't need melancholy scenes where they demonstrate a thousand emotions to win an Oscar. On the contrary, subtle looks and smart dialogues are enough so that the characters protrude and remain icons for the history of cinema. Excellent in every way.