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They don't make movies like this anymore. It's unbelievable. Every scene is worth noting. The use of the camera, the sets, the acting, the sound, the dialogue, the story... It's of an undescribable quality. More than a film of war, it's a film of painful expectation. Told through a female character, that leads the plot with strength and emotion —and unlike modern films, her story isn't a mere object of inclusion. She's not a male protagonist on a female body.…
How naively an addiction can begin and how deadly can it turn. In Days Of Wine and Roses, Jack Lemmon's most sublime performance showcases the ever-low alcoholic that sinks to rock bottom even more, along with his wife, Lee Remick. The technical aspects of the film —lightning, camera operation, sets, and screenplay— are already breathtaking, but its moralising intentions and interpretation elevate it to being a true work of art. With the intention of both storytelling and preaching, it realistically…
te amo charly sos dios no entendí nada que dijiste pero sos dios
One of the best rom-coms I've seen. Effortlessly hilarious and overflowing with chemistry and warmth. It is Ginger Rogers however, the one who steals the show. Her performance is superb, and along with the rest of the cast, no joke falls flat, no second is boring. It has a dance scene too, which instantly became one of my favorites ever. Magnificient.