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  • Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris

    ★★★★

    Such an original piece directed and written by Woody Allen, it’s surrounded by art from beginning to end. It won The Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, a prize intended for the best screenplay not based upon previously published material.

    It’s about a screenwriter who makes a trip to Paris with his fiancée’s family, there he finds himself going back to the 1920s every midnight.

    This movie has a really good cinematography, it’s that kind of movies that encourage people…

  • Schoolgirls

    Schoolgirls

    ★★★

    Movie winner of the Goya Award for Best Film of 2021, as I expected this kind of coming of age movie felt a bit weak, it’s deep but it drags.

    It’s about a group of schoolgirls that are discovering the world while suffering the problems of them age dealing with malice, innocence and also with the problems of being an orphan, having a dysfunctional family like the main character does.

    It’s well-directed and it manages to connect with the viewer,…

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  • Parasite

    Parasite

    ★★★★★

    “Do you know the plan that never fails? The plan is to have absolutely no plan.” - The Father

    After months of joining Letterboxd and seeing from the outside reviews of this movie, I finally watched it. The first thing you have to do if you are here without having watched the movie before, just get out of my review, this is a movie that you have to watch totally blind, as I did. Anyway I’m pretty sure that I’m the…

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel

    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    ★★★★½

    A really good and well made movie.

    There’s a connection between all the characters since the beginning to the last scene, a movie that is out of the ordinary, I think that’s the point why it became that popular.

    Refined conversations with great presence of poetry combined with a bright color palette full of striking tones, which turns a normal experience into a more enjoyable one.

    It’s a comedy but sometimes it makes you feel like if you were watching…