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  • Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator

    Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator

    ★★★½

    Never... I am serious... NEVER TRUST A MAN THAT TEACHES ON SPEEDO.

    But in all seriousness, this is a nice entry into the great number of Netflix docuseries. It even plays as some of the great ones on the streaming platform where we are given a load of info, just to leave us questioning everything we seen and heard by the end.

    The story is also compelling, though very familiar to the point it becomes a bit too predictable. Its…

  • Kids

    Kids

    ★★½

    Was this film shot without permits? 10 mins into the movie and all the "extras" where just continuously looking at the camera.

    From a somewhat of a documentary perspective, I would've given this a high rating - but as a narrative feature, is plain and simple: bad. The dialogue may be "realistic" and all that, but not because of it means is anywhere good. Performances were pretty good, there I say WAAY too good, which given the script and all,…

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  • Official Secrets

    Official Secrets

    ★★★½

    Spell checking... causing trouble since 2003.

    Not as compelling nor thrilling as Eye In The Sky - Official Secrets sees the South African director tackling some hot and sensitive topics and the moral between loyalty. On this aspect, the film is pretty entertaining.

    The talent here is not wasted, nor is fully taken to its highest potential but most of the time seem to be working almost on autopilot. The script is filled some nice lines and dialogue is pretty…

  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love

    ★★★★

    "Siempre que te pregunto, que cuándo, cómo y dónde... tú siempre me respondes: quizás, quizás, quizás..."

    Talking about love my friends... this film is sensual, nostalgic and sad in so many levels, beautifully captured by the camera and the way how it moves smoothly on every scene, with such a delicatese...

    Performances also embody every emotion, every sense of emotion, to the point where you believe and feel every word delivered by these two hopeless romantics.

    I also found so…