End of Days: Movie Review

End of Days is a 1999 film directed by Peter Hyams starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. There’s also Gabriel Byrne in it, which is the reason that prompted me to rewatch it after seeing Hereditary (2018), also starring Gabriel Byrne. Was it a good idea? I could have done better things, of course, but I must admit … More End of Days: Movie Review


Rashomon: Movie Review

Rashomon is a film directed by Akira Kurosawa which was released in 1950 and was awarded in a multitude of western film festivals, so much so that the film is considered to have single-handedly projected Japanese cinema on the international market. Rashomon is epic to say the least and it’s very modern. It had, and … More Rashomon: Movie Review

Casablanca: Movie Review

Let me be frank: I love Casablanca, the film directed by Michael Curtiz and released in 1942 starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid. I’ve seen it multiple times, and each time the ending makes me cry and I find all its plot twists still exciting. Everything is amazing: its fervent anti-Nazism, the perfectly constructed … More Casablanca: Movie Review