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Recent reviews

  • The Rat Catcher

    The Rat Catcher


    The word rat came out of his mouth with a rich fruity sound as if he was gargling with melted butter.

    Catching rats. What was once this man’s job has shifted to a literal way of life, molding his body, way of thinking and mannerisms through time to better frame what has then become his purpose. A performative descent from humorous quirkyness into gruesome cruelty, as we come across the horror of the human mind and its inability to grasp…

  • The Swan

    The Swan


    Some people, when they have taken too much and been driven beyond the point of endurance, simply crumble and collapse and give up. There are others, however, though they are not many, who will for some reason always be unconquerable.

    The minimalistic approach and alacritous narration remain the main driving forces of Wes Anderson’s short film collection, just as much as his ability to adapt with unwavering commitment these Roald Dahl’s stories into small narrative spaces and still elicit an…

Popular reviews

  • The Shawshank Redemption

    The Shawshank Redemption


    Brooks was here.

    I couldn't possibly tell you how I lost it in that particular scene. Losing hope, conquering freedom but being unable to enjoy it. The inability to adjust to new times, to a new life, after spending so many years living in a certain way. That's heartbreaking and made this scene one of the most, if not the most, touching ones of this film for me.

    What I can definitely tell you is that The Shawshank Redemption is…

  • The Breadwinner

    The Breadwinner


    Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that makes the flowers grow, not thunder.

    Through its refreshing 2D animation style, The Breadwinner takes us on an emotional and striking journey through a story we wish was only fiction.

    I'm beyond words. The Breadwinner is harsh, violent and, most of all, real. It doesn't lie about what happens, it doesn't disguise the disrespect towards women or the lack of human rights that, unfortunately, haunts today's landscape and that is…