Escape From New York: Impressive On All Fronts (English)

Escape from New York is one of the few box office successes of John Carpenter (although it was a low budget film, costing just 6 million dollars of the time). Despite being very young when he made it, the director rose to fame with Halloween (1978), which he directed two years after his splendid Assault On … More Escape From New York: Impressive On All Fronts (English)

Pain And Glory: Self-Indulgent (English)

Pain and glory (original title: Dolor y gloria) is the latest film by the Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar. Released in 2019, it stars Antonio Banderas as the protagonist accompanied by a series of great-caliber actors and actresses (and mostly old acquaintances of Almodóvar) such as Penélope Cruz, Cecilia Roth, Leonardo Sbaraglia… In my opinion, either … More Pain And Glory: Self-Indulgent (English)

The Return Of The Living Dead: A Lot Of Chaotic Fun (English)

I finally made it! I watched a movie that is considered, and rightly so, a real cult classic: Dan O’Bannon’s The return of the living dead, 1984. The name of the director is linked to two fantastic movies that I adore: Alien (1979), of which he wrote a screenplay used in almost its entirety by … More The Return Of The Living Dead: A Lot Of Chaotic Fun (English)

The Mule: Come On Baby, Gonna Take A Little Ride Down, Down By The Ocean Side (English)

The mule is the latest cinematographic effort of Clint Eastwood, who’s now almost 90 years old. Not only has it produced and directed the movie, but he’s also its protagonist. Clint (almost) always deserves respect, so I went to the cinema with the best intentions, even though I had read some not-so-enthusiastic reviews. And what about … More The Mule: Come On Baby, Gonna Take A Little Ride Down, Down By The Ocean Side (English)