• North by Northwest

    North by Northwest

    *north by northwest* has a lot of factors that package art and fun but it's definitely the cinematography that leaves me dazzled — encompasses an excellent structure of hitchcockian level performances. entertaining and exhilarating. ughh absolutely exceptional cinematography.

  • Malcolm X

    Malcolm X

    spike is one of the most authentic figures in cinema, i mean, the man has one of the most beautiful and interesting souls that we are experiencing — a man who always has great stories in his filming lens. it's almost impossible not to be thrilled. there's extraordinary traits in denzel washington's perfomance, i'm pretty sure it must have been one of the most flaring moments to witness personally. a true true classic that respect malcolm's story, being almost his ocular cornea that we're vividly experienced what he lived. it's definitely a three worthwhiled hours.

  • All About Eve

    All About Eve

    a moral about the rise and fall of celebrities at their career peak and an ease of being discarded. this script is timeless, doubtless one of the most iconic of old hollywood, kind of an essential resume: self-critical, reflexive and selfish and the performances are breathtaking. wasn't expecting that much it was definitely a wonderful surprise.

  • All the President's Men

    All the President's Men

    pakula's thrilling 'all the president's men' builds a throughful and intriguing script ideal for journalism in its down-to-earth approach. a work that determines, since its prelude, that the viewer constantly follow the triumph of an astonishing investigation with the notorious redford and hoffmann — intriguing and chaotic characters. pakula's dynamic direction and goldman's eloquent script form the most compelling and solid cinematographic work related to journalism I have ever witnessed.

  • Short Cuts

    Short Cuts

    I HATE L.A ALL THEY DO HERE IS SNORT COKE AND TALK.

    short cuts is a 80s jazz ode that satisfactorily represents LA in a whole family context full of childhood, joy, betrayals and lies. it's a glimpse story, i felt stuck in the plot and it's out of the question for me to say that the characters in this novel are not unique. altman intertwines each of his characters in specific moments as the characters attitudes causing consequences that…

  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction

    tarantino's second feature film is undoubtedly a milestone in cinema, that's all anyone can say. pulp fiction awakens me a unimaginable enthusiasm, cannes film festival is the vanguard of all this uproar, the living proof that tarantino achieved great elements of cinema by being an employee of a video store company. the depth of the narrative is triumphant, dangerous and astute. everything in this film is attractive, more than it really should be and there's a fascination of pop culture embedded throughout the script. indescribable. an allusion to the natural dialogue of human life. it's really funny tho.

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love

    so here we go. PUNCH DRUNK LOVE has a flood of chaotic radiant moments where we are all punch-drunk — sandler and watson are quite a pair, i found myself laughing at extremely confused moments, i even felt suffocated by all the experimental peculiarity about social anxiety. it is not just a love story, I wouldn't say it's a love story but a set of feelings. this feature-film is special and has a great strength, PTA is unpredictable and has…

  • Adaptation.

    Adaptation.

    among all contemporary screenwriters, charlie kaufman is unmatched in terms of yardstick and poignancy - ETERNAL SUNSHINE shows his talent, SYNECDOCHE his passion for writing, BEING JOHN MALKOVICH his excellence and ADAPTATION to creativity.

    this project includes yet another bohemian side of the human mind in a well-ordered story that doesn’t stop looking chaotically funny and a mess that doesn’t stop making sense — i’m one of those who support anyone who didn’t watch this movie watch it without reading…

  • Barton Fink

    Barton Fink

    it is an astounding and persuasive uncertainty — i imagine how much fun it was to shoot this film, I think of it as a brilliant figure and this film supports 100% that you should watch it with YOUR own convictions and interpretations. a absolute climax to get familiar with coen brothers eye, and in a positive way its chaotic as it should, because it reminds you of how the mystery and amazement manifests itself.

  • Irma Vep

    Irma Vep

    irma vep overall has a highly pleasant disorderly ode, from cinematography, directing and maggie cheung's electrifying performance. there's a large sensations of mess in this film, very purposefully if we look clearly at the intention of filmographic chaos.

  • Still Walking

    Still Walking

    it absorbed every bit of my affective family memory, kore-eda harmonize the cast in a simple and natural way. i felt like i was with the yokoyama family even on their conflicting moments. it's excellent, exudes wisdom and thorough perfection.

  • Once Upon a Time in America

    Once Upon a Time in America

    once upon a time in america has a certain greed that is difficult to describe, the film does not stumble for three hours but in its last acts it is difficult to say that it remains loquacious, it sounds monotonous. it's a great feature-film and i need to emphasize that leone's direction is immaculate and makes most of the moments irresistible.