• Coven



    This movie is very good and interesting for many reasons. It's clever enough and good made, to look potentially scary and devastating, and yet it lifts the weight of the theme in such a dark period of time, just by looking through the girls' eyes and let them feed the myth and empowering themselves to prove that the real evil was ignorance.

  • New Gods: Nezha Reborn

    New Gods: Nezha Reborn


    I'm weak for chinese mythology, so I liked this. Will there be more? The end left the door wide open for it

  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    I wanted to like this so much, but it gets to be SO dumb. Although, the fighting and the monsters are great. I wish I could've seen it in a theater, but only the monsters scenes, the humans and their shit stories can go f**k the writer for such a trashy job.

  • The Father

    The Father


    This was so devastating and terrifying, it burned in my chest, that's how much I hurt watching this. It's a cruel thing to live through; the dying of the mind, before of the body's.

    I'd be easily crying in a corner but THANK GOD, this precious man called Anthony Hopkins was just acting and he's happy, healthy and recently shared a video of him dancing merengue in his sunny amazing house.

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    I wish it had a post credit with another four hours.

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal


    I am so comforted and yet so heartbroken, it's like I lived it myself. This movie is so subtle, yet so powerful. I empathized so much with this grieving process that I feel I'd go through the same mistakes. All the words were there, maybe he knew beforehand everything he'd lose, or maybe not, but acceptance and forgiveness and hard pills to take, and only happens when we are ready.

  • Raya and the Last Dragon

    Raya and the Last Dragon


    I give this movie four stars for the stunning animation, the beautiful visual and the insane amount of patterns they put in here. Just for that, I enjoyed it a lot, ALTHOUGH, I feel this is something you'd like to teach specifically to children, because I, as an adult, not only found it cheesy, I would also answer to that *redemption* with a honest "F**k you". Sometimes I feel overgrown for Disney, so, leave me as a stone, please.

  • Satan's Slaves

    Satan's Slaves


    The final arc of the story goes a bit to far anf loose for me, but I read it's a reboot from an 80's film so I see why. But even though I stopped being scared, the tension never stops. Just in case, I would never, ever, stay in an Indonesian town throughout the night. Good piece of horror, I recommend it.

  • Psycho Goreman

    Psycho Goreman


    I believe this "humor" was totally intentional, but it's not for me. The Goreman, I get it, but the rest of the characters were beyond annoying. I begged for it to end.

  • Monster Hunter

    Monster Hunter


    Milla needs to stop making movies with her husband.

  • Wrong Turn

    Wrong Turn


    Despite SOME well-achieved actings, I saw the intention but It's a no from me. It's 2021, you could do better.

  • The Wailing

    The Wailing


    There's was a lot to process here and I'll admit I had to rewatch a few scenes to understand more about this end. I mean, the movie is -a bit unnecessarily- long, and I was starting to feel dormant when I had to be the most awake. Maybe it was intentional, so you're hit by surprise.

    It can be confusing, they're mixing religions and some kind of nationality finger pointing so you could assume these ideas are in conflict when…