• The Square

    The Square


    Energetic and full of symbols, it holds perfectly the pace and the cast cannot be better.

  • Force Majeure

    Force Majeure


    A nerve racking movie that explores the male condition in raw and powerful way.

    Excellent editing, thrilling audio visuals.

    A must watch, but you must give it its own time.

  • Annihilation



    With a very interesting idea as foundation and a very imaginative plot and execution it just fails to deliver the final blow.

    Acting is fine and the directing is really good, you can feel that the director kept faithful to his original ideas and the core of the story.

  • Aquaman



    Very mediocre piece, the acting, the story and the costume design is just ugh.

    And don't get me started on the CGI at the beginning of the movie, just cringe worthy.

    It gets fun on big scale scenes, and the design of the sea creatures and buildings is fun too.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody

    Bohemian Rhapsody


    Vibrant and superior tribute to the legend of Freddie Mercury.

    The story of Freddie and Queen told from fans to fans, highly recommended to sing along.

    Remi does a great job, but it requires a good amount of imagination to seal the deal.

  • Roma



    Beautifully crafted yet unidimensional portrayal of Mexico City life in the 70s.

    Cuarón is without doubt a master of cinematography but story wise it came short on presenting believable characters and a solid human story.