Jorge Villatoro

please judge my movie taste. Comment section is wide open.

Favorite films

  • The Dark Knight
  • Forrest Gump
  • The Wolf of Wall Street
  • Gone Girl

Recent activity

  • Uncharted


  • Sundown


  • ABBA: The Movie


  • Encanto


Recent reviews

  • Uncharted



    Uncharted (2022) 2/17

    * AMC Bay Street 16 {Dolby}
        * This is my 94th In-Theater Experience since the pandemic lockdowns.
        * 21st in 2022.
    * Pre-Watch Notes:
        * I am worried about this film. Tom Holland doesn’t give me the OG video game character vibes. I don’t have a ton of great memories playing the video game but it definitely had a moment and helped make the playstation successful as an exclusive. This might…

  • Sundown



    Sundown (2021) 2/15
    * Landmark Albany Theater
        * This is my 93rd In-Theater Experience since the pandemic lockdowns.
        * 20th in 2022.
    * Pre-Watch Notes:
        * Made my first trip to this theater because it was the only one nearby playing this film. I saw Michel Franco’s previous effort Nuevo Orden (2020) and I absolutely loved it. Franco films are very beautiful and visually stunning art that proudly shows off his home Mexico.

Popular reviews

  • The Novice

    The Novice


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The Novice (US Narrative Competition World Premiere - Tribeca ’21)
    * This seemed like an interesting feature and honestly the only one in a day packed with documentaries that I wanted to see more. I am a big fan of sports movies and this seemed like a Whiplash (2014) or David Fincher style film but with a Women LGBTQIA lenses.
    * The opening scenes with the boats were incredibly beautiful. The cinematography is impeccable. Some awesome shots that pan into…

  • Werewolves Within

    Werewolves Within


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    WEREWOLVES WITHIN (Spotlight Narrative World Premiere - Tribeca ’21)
    * This was easily one of my most anticipated films of this years festival by far. I am a huge Sam Richardson fan from Veep, Woke, Promising Young Women (2020) and Super-intelligence (2020). The blend of Comedy, Horror and Mystery tends to be one of my favorites. Milana Vayntrub is stunning and has a lot of potential on film since her AT&T commercials have become stale.
    * The opening of this…