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  • La La Land
  • Opening Night
  • Barry Lyndon
  • Lost in Translation

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  • North by Northwest

  • Shiva Baby

  • Malcolm X

  • Pan's Labyrinth

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  • The Royal Tenenbaums

    The Royal Tenenbaums


    it is a challenge make a film where we don’t have a protagonist, but an entire family and although the feature has only 110 minutes to succeed all the acts, wes anderson handles it in a great way, not letting the plot seems hokey and accommodates well each character, providing an clean direction. 'the royal tenenbaums' perhaps have become my favorite anderson film, i'm feeling astonished, once again.

  • Come and See

    Come and See


    any attempt to try to overlap my words to explain my experience with this 'RELENTLESS MASTERPIECE', will be INVALUABLE.

    you'll not be the same after watching "idi I Smotri". difficult to process. i couldn't say that it is ahead of his time, cause this historical horror will remain in society until the end of our days and we cannot forget that this act of fascism was frighteningly recently and hauntings me every day that some people out there refer themselves as "nazis".

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  • North by Northwest

    North by Northwest

    *north by northwest* has a lot of factors that package art and fun but it's definitely the cinematography that leaves me dazzled — encompasses an excellent structure of hitchcockian level performances. entertaining and exhilarating. ughh absolutely exceptional cinematography.

    *cara q filme lindo cary grant & eva saint meu wet dream*

  • Malcolm X

    Malcolm X

    spike is one of the most authentic figures in cinema, i mean, the man has one of the most beautiful and interesting souls that we are experiencing — a man who always has great stories in his filming lens. it's almost impossible not to be thrilled. there's extraordinary traits in denzel washington's perfomance, i'm pretty sure it must have been one of the most flaring moments to witness personally. a true true classic that respect malcolm's story, being almost his ocular cornea that we're vividly experienced what he lived. it's definitely a three worthwhiled hours.

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