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  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★★

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★★

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  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★★

    COUNTING DOWN THE SECONDS

    Andrew Garfield effectively becomes Jonathan Larson, conveying a certain arrogance and self-centeredness, but also insecurity and despair, wanting to give up but can't because his own dream encourages him to keep going. This is complemented by a story we can all identify with because it's essentially a celebration of life, how the anxiety to transcend overwhelms us, how creativity little by little consumes us and how unpredictable life is.

    On the other hand, Lin-Manuel Miranda's direction…

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★★

    CONTANDO LOS SEGUNDOS

    Andrew Garfield se convierte en Jonathan Larson con eficacia, transmitiendo cierta arrogancia y egocentrismo, pero también inseguridad y desesperación, de querer rendirse pero no puede hacerlo porque su propio sueño lo incentiva a seguir adelante. Esto se complementa con una historia con la que todos nos podemos identificar porque esencialmente es una celebración a la vida, de cómo la ansiedad por trascender nos abruma, de cómo la creatividad poco a poco nos consume y de lo impredecible…

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  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    ★★★

    ALL PAST TIME WAS BETTER?

    It's obvious that Edgar Wright seeks to reinvent himself on a creative and narrative level with his first "serious" film, however the end result didn't suit him that well. On the one hand, he preserves his well-known aesthetic and recreates the London of the 60's in a beautiful and tragic setting, a night world dazzled by neon lights, illusions and ambition. In fact, the first half is a well-stylized and narrated nostalgic tale. However, in…

  • Soul

    Soul

    ★★★★

    YOUR DREAMS ARE WORTH NOTHING

    Pete Docter has just been crowned as not only the best director of Pixar, but the most mature as well thanks to this film, which improves with a second viewing. This story is one of the few in the studio that's more focused on adults, due to both the quantum and emotional complexity of this fable and the comedy, which feels flat for much of the footage but fulfills thanks to the dynamism the director…