Collateral: Movie Review

I finally managed to watch Collateral, Michael Mann’s 2004 film (here’s why it took me a while)! Michael Mann knows how to shoot action movies and he’s also one of the few experienced directors who really embraced the digital technology. In fact, Collateral is his first attempt to give life to a new style instead … More Collateral: Movie Review

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Desierto: Movie Review

Desierto is the second movie directed by Alfonso Cuarón’s son, Jonas Cuarón. Released in 2015, it has a remarkable cast with Gael García as the protagonist (for example, he’s in Amores perros by Iñárritu) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the antagonist (he’s the Comedian in Watchmen by Zack Snyder, but also Negan in The Walking Dead). … More Desierto: Movie Review

Widows: Movie Review

Widows is the latest film directed by Steve McQueen, the same director of Hunger (2008), Shame (2011), and 12 years a slave (2013). I went to the cinema with great expectations, also because of the cast which includes, among others, Cynthia Erivo (immensely good in Bad times at El Royale), Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Daniel … More Widows: Movie Review

The Fog: Movie Review

The Fog is the third movie directed by John Carpenter and was released two years after his greatest success: Halloween (1978). Although it pertains to the same genre of the latter (horror / thriller), the American director couldn’t have made a more different film. In other words: any other young director would have limited himself to … More The Fog: Movie Review

[Rec]: Movie Review

I finally saw what’s almost unanimously considered an excellent Spanish horror movie: [Rec], the 2007 film directed by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza (I recently saw Verónica directed by the latter and I must admit that it didn’t impress me) with Manuela Velasco. Long story short, I liked [Rec]! Here’s my two cents on it. … More [Rec]: Movie Review