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  • Saw
  • Thesis
  • Psycho
  • At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul

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Pinned reviews

  • Angst



    Brilliantly bizarre

    There are certain films that put themselves on the list of masterpieces just for the way they are made and Angst is definitely one of them. The story is simple, but all the formal treatment that Gerald Kargl gives to the film is extremely elegant and unique and makes, by itself, the film have all that impact it has. It's amazing how well the camera dialogs with the frantic dynamics of the plot and creates a very harmonious…

  • Satantango



    A cinematographic monument

    I think that the most incredible aspect of the whole film (beyond of everything fantastic in it), is the way in which Tarr removes a tremendous evocative power from his images. It's a visual composition that does not end in itself, but that at the same time doesn't give in to the temptation to make everything explicit and didactic. In this sense, each shot has its own density that, within the atmospheric experience that the film provides,…

Recent reviews

  • The Raid

    The Raid


    Easily one of the best action movies I've ever seen. It's incredible how the film manages to be extremely dynamic from a narrative perspective, but at the same time use an approach that saves valuing the time of the scenes and enhancing the strength of the clashes fought during the film. A cinema masterclass!

  • 21 Jump Street

    21 Jump Street


    Fun, but nothing exceptional. Just a basic comfort movie to have a laugh with some friends.

Popular reviews

  • Incendies



    What a tragic story, my friends! And it's absurd how Villeneuve manages to expose it so subtly, but in a very effective way. It manages to implement the drama very well (which, in fact, is the area in which I think his style works best, unlike films that require bigger dynamics, such as Sicario, for example), in order to move this temporal transit between the narrative arcs in a very natural way. The songs, the close-ups, the wide shots: everything…

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    In the same time, it’s an art lesson and a life lesson. Film plays with this threshold between a classic approach and a romantic approach both in its narrative and in the way the film is filmed. It builds this relationship in a sublime way, conducting the shots and the reverse shots in order to reinforce these two poles: the classicist detail when focusing on the hands, the ears, the jaw; the romantic detachment present in the gradual concession to…