• Firestarter



    Zac Efron said a few days prior the release of this movies that he wants to play a marvel character... of course you want to make a Marvel movie!! That would be a huge upgrade compared to what you just did. 

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    Btw are they sampling the score from TENET?

  • The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes

    The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes

    Nothing new. Same old and morbid fixation for the private life of THE icon of Hollywood´s golden age. Marilyn would be disgusted by all the speculations and conspiracies created after her passing... but after watching all those clips of Marilyn's performances in the documentary, there is something that stood out with me, all these comments that i've read last week of "Kim K is modern day Marilyn" is bullshit. Kim would've love to have 1% of Marylin's charisma and talent.

  • Witness for the Prosecution

    Witness for the Prosecution


    Me watching the first hour and a half: this has good dialogue, but why this is one of Wilder's finest films?

    First plot twist ocurrs: Oh Shit

    Second plot twist ocurrs: Ohhh wow

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  • The Lost City

    The Lost City


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    “Stacy Butt Stuff.”

    The jokes weren’t that funny, but the deliver... the deliver is what counts. These three mf are funny. I’m talking about the certified milf, the dumb jock, and the most handsome man in Hollywood and his glorified 10 minutes on screen

    A good enough comedy-adventure that didn’t reach its peak and wasn’t the funniest nor an adventurous flick, just good enough. Brad Pitt cameo was the highest point, then the movie fell flat with a…

  • Ace in the Hole

    Ace in the Hole


    When will be the time that I stop being amazed by Billy Wilder's talent for writing dialogue.

    So I'm starting to get into the darkest and little known work of Wilder's filmography and I'm not dissepointed. This is as good as every other known film of his. A depiction of how the strings are pulled behind the media of the fifties that can relate with how media works today. A slow start, but it found its pace in the second…

  • Cannibal Holocaust

    Cannibal Holocaust


    Well, I got what I was waiting for... One of those fuckd up films that I never watched waiting for the right moment to do it, but this wasn't the right moment. Really don't know if I should rate this, I'm giving it 2.5 stars because of its "cult" status and its relevance in the dark side of weirdo cinephiles, but this was barely a movie. A couple of beers and friends made this an aceptable experience.

  • High Tension

    High Tension


    New French Extremity please have mercy on me.

    Plot Twist made no sense, but worked

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    What a blast! All the horror stuff, good. Really good for a PG rating. So, I guess they hired Evil Dead Raimi, not Spider-Man Raimi and I’m cool with that, but maybe that’s why many people didn’t like it... they were expecting a cameo-filled Spiderman 2 and got an empirical sequel of Evil Dead focused on its main characters.

    Lizzie Olsen steals the show with a standout performance. Raimi delivers a marvelous visual feast with hints of horror and personality,…

  • The Royal Tenenbaums

    The Royal Tenenbaums


    Among all Wes Anderson's filmography this is by far my favorite and the only one that made me laugh (a bit) and feel thing (besides boredom). Not a fan of Anderson's films at all, but I have to say that this is the only one I really like. He creates an odd little world with amazing and wacky characters in a dysfunctional family damaged by the realization that they're not really that special as they thought they were in their…

  • Love in the Afternoon

    Love in the Afternoon


    "Once in a while even existentialist do it [make love]."

    Yes honey, sometimes we do it too.

    What a fascination Billy Wilder to pairing Audrey Hepburn with much older sugardaddies.

    Weakest film in Wilder's filmography IMO.

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  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Yesterday I was forced to watch it for the third time against my will, but I didn't complain.

    I still think Nolan's The Dark Knight is a better movie overall, but there's something TDK don't have, and that is character, personality and atmosphere... The Batman has plenty and that's why I think it's a better "Batman movie"

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  • The Seven Year Itch

    The Seven Year Itch


    I cannot comprehend the level of charisma Marilyn use to convey through the screen. She was such a joyful soul. I'm delighted by her charm anad screen presence, I couldn't stop smiling every second she's in it.

    The film is a low tier Wilder for sure, but that doesn't mean it is bad AT ALL. Of course the movie is totally incorrect in today's standards and you probably should be aware of that while watching.

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