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  • The Gentlemen

    The Gentlemen

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    The gentleman is one of the most creative and inventive films in the gangster genre. It's Guy Richie's best film since Snatch.

    Script, direction, characters, everything is excellent. I just find the film a little confusing at first, the Hugh Grant character speaks so fast that it is sometimes difficult to understand. hindered me a little, I will not deny it.

    my expectations with the gentleman were very high, and thankfully they were confirmed.

    Gangsters, drugs and many plot twists! Yeah! Guy Richie is back!

  • Catch Me If You Can

    Catch Me If You Can

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    Catch me if You Can is among Spielberg's best films. It's fun and super dynamic. Tom Hanks' chemistry with Leonardo DiCaprio is the charm of the film.

    Ps: John Williams' soundtrack is wonderful.

    References:
    "My name is Allen, Barry Allen" would Leonardo DiCaprio be the perfect flash?

    "Hi, Dr. Conners" another subtle reference that I only noticed after watching the movie.

    Watching a Spielberg movie is so good. 2 hours that you hardly forget.

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  • The Intouchables

    The Intouchables

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    Are you looking for a movie that makes you feel good? The intouchables is the film.

    If I were to summarize this film in a few words I would choose: Beautiful, funny and exciting.

    If you haven't seen it, SEE! is an indispensable young classic.

    I didn't give 5 stars because I'm really annoying.

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

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    The invisible man (2020) is a totally surprising film. I didn't expect anything from this movie, I even took a while to watch it, you know that laziness? That's what I felt. The best thing in the world is when the film surprises you.

    The two people responsible for this being so good: the director Leigh Whannell and the incredible Elisabeth Moss. This is a fact.

    Leigh Whannell's direction is sensational. He manages to bring about this atmosphere of paranoia…