Maevez

venezuelan living in colombia
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sometimes I write my thoughts here

Favorite films

  • Children of Men
  • Columbus
  • A Separation
  • Mikey and Nicky

Recent activity

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  • The Possession of Hannah Grace

  • Paranoid Park

  • Shiva Baby

  • The Climb

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  • Lightyear

    Lightyear

    Calling Buzz Lightyear. Come in Buzz Lightyear. This is Star Command. Buzz Lightyear! Do you read me?

    Buzz Lightyear responding! Read you loud and clear!

    Buzz Lightyear, Planet Earth needs your help!

    On the way!

    Buzz Lightyear!

    The world's greatest superhero! Now the world's greatest toy! Buzz has it all! Locking wrist communicator!
    Calling Buzz Lightyear!

    Karate chop action!

    Wow!

    Pulsating laserlight!

    Total annihilation!

    Multi-phrase voice simulator!

    There's a secret mission in uncharted space.

    And best of all...

    HIGH-PRESSURE-SPACE-WINGS!!

    To…

  • Prehistoric Planet

    Prehistoric Planet

    it's beautiful to see these creautures not as monsters or machines but as our fellow earthlings who had their time here and as dark as it was, it also had incredible moments that are captured here.

    worth watching for the amazing visual effects on the dinos, the final episode is the best one as it was just fan service for both my boyfriend and me, showing our favorites dinos one after the other🦕

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  • Children of Heaven

    Children of Heaven

    Children of Heaven is the story of Ali, a boy who lost his little sister's shoes and doesn't have money to buy her a new pair. This movie reminded me a lot of Where Is the Friend's Home? and now I'm 100% sure that the best movies about childhood can be found in iranian cinema, the way they portray kids experiencing guilt and the want and need of fixing their mistakes but being unable to is always heartbreaking.

    The idea…

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal

    The tiring thing about life is the constant process of adaptation, it's terryfing how quickly everything you know about the world and about yourself can change. Not everyone adapts easily to these radical changes and Sound of Metal explores that with style, honesty and humanity.

    I didn't expect it to be as sensitive and empathic as it was, it makes you perceive everything around you as the character is experiencing it, Riz Ahmed's performance is painful and beautiful to look…