• The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring


    I feel happy and good watching this movie.

  • Eyes Wide Shut

    Eyes Wide Shut


    The sequence where Bill walks into that secret society party is one of the most well-directed and tense sequences of all time. You are mesmerized by the control kubrick has over the entire scene. Just wow.

    And I see a lot of people talking only about this sequence, but the movie as a whole is stunning and very well written. The film changes direction several times, sometimes it is a film about the analysis of a couple and their marriage…

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi

    Obi-Wan Kenobi


    Potential this series had, the problem is that Star Wars is a franchise that lives in the past and does everything to please these idiot nerds who think they own the franchise. They didn't learn anything from The Mandalorian anyway...

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


    Seeing this movie after reading the books brings a strange feeling, it seems that the experience I had watching for the first time was not ideal, you know? Because watching it now, knowing all the characters and having a great affection for them, you watch the film with a joy that is difficult to describe. It's like those 3 have been your friends for a long time and you're coming back to visit them again right now. It's a strange feeling, let's see what I find in the next movies.

  • Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects


    It would be a perfect series if it only had 6 episodes.

  • The New Man in Charge

    The New Man in Charge


    Whoever comes to you and says that the ending of Lost is bad because all the characters were dead and that the ending makes no sense with the rest of the series, you can be absolutely sure that this person didn't understand anything about Lost, they didn't understand what the series is about. In addition to being the biggest lie on the internet, this story that all the characters were dead since the beginning of the series, it's also a…

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    This movie would be a disaster without Sam Raimi. He came back and came back to show that he still has a lot of good things to do.

  • Inception



    Tom Hardy is very funny.

  • Memento




  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car


    I don't have much to say, because maybe I didn't understand all the layers that this film has, but I can say that this is the truest, most sincere film and the one that best expresses the message it wants to convey to the audience. Brilliant film.

  • Inside Out

    Inside Out


    That scene where Joy and Bing Bong have their memories forgotten always breaks me. I keep imagining how many amazing memories we end up forgetting because we end up growing up and with that acquiring new experiences. It's a feeling of joy, to see that we mature as human beings, but with that also comes that sadness of not being able to remember moments that maybe were unforgettable for us at that moment. :(

  • Turning Red

    Turning Red


    Since I watched "Turning Red" yesterday, my opinion of the movie has been changing by the minute, with each passing moment I realize how brave and different it is from the other pixar movies.

    Here you can see that the director wanted to approach a more personal story, showing how certain people are so repressed to the point where she forgets to be happy and focuses only on being an exemplary and perfect person, thus forgetting to live life, enjoy…