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  • Lo que vendrá

    Lo que vendrá


    Una pelicula que gana puntos por la expresividad de su elenco, el ojo clínico para elegir y utilizar locaciones para hacer parecer a Buenos Aires apocalíptica, acertado diseño de sonido y, por supuesto, un trabajo de cámara dinámico e innovador para el 88 de su estreno (no olvidemos que esta fue la primera utilización del steadicam en el cine argentino)

    A pesar de todas estas incuestionables virtudes es necesario señalar que lo visual le gana constantemente la partida a lo…

  • Captain Marvel

    Captain Marvel


    Short and simple: It won’t knock your socks off, but it’ll keep you entertained. On the other hand, it must be said that it reaches a narrative anticlimax (and as such contradicts their agenda, IF they have one) and the dialogue could have been less explanatory.
    Tears were dropped with this version of the Marvel logo.

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  • Climax



    The camera work and production design succeeds in putting you into the mindset and viewpoint of someone who took LSD. The cast stands out as dancers but are just adecuate as performers. Is not until halfway through the runtime that the film picks up speed tension-wise but is, to some extent, forgiven, since it was the intention to depict the craziness of an acid induced state, and an honest depiction of such needs a certain level of disorder.

  • Vice



    Script-wise, the first half is well sustained, delivering daring moments of dark humour. The second half, in the other hand, fails to retain that momentum.

    Acting-wise, Christian Bale dominates confidently the lead role put on his shoulders, closely followed by an Amy Adams that never stays behind.

    On the technical side of things, the cinematography and production design are sober but take a back seat to the film editing, which is sharp and rich with symbolism.