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Gravity (2013)

Plot was a little cornball but the visuals were amazing, even without 3D.

Rating: Very good (3)

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

A mi me tocó el director Alfonso Cuarón, y vi la película “Y tu mamá también”.

A pesar de que he oído hablar mucho de esta película, es la primera vez que la  veo. 68 more words


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Dirección: Alfonso Cuarón
Película: Y tu mamá también


The Unconscionable Prescience of 1984 and Nathan Barley

A few weeks ago I saw a student production of 1984, adapted for the stage by Matthew Dunster. The directors rather savvily affected a a sparse aesthetic with echoes of a retro, half-remembered England somewhere between World War II and the 1980s; tube televisions are stacked on top of each other, displaying disjointed and grainy but recognisable images of war (Iwo Jima sticks in my head). 1,140 more words


Genre Grandeur - Gravity (2013) - Alex Raphael

For this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Latin Directors, here’s a review of Gravity (2004) by Alex of Alex Raphael

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Genre Grandeur

alexraphael reblogged this and commented:

Movierob has put such fantastic blogathons together I just had to get involved. When I knew the topic was Latin directors Gravity just jumped out at me and I knew I had to review it. For the full review head over to Movierob's cool site.

Children of Men

                     "Shanti, Shanti, Shanti."

MovieRob wasn’t kidding when he wrote to me for this month’s Genre Grandeur ‘Latin Directed Movies’ chosen by Anna from Film Grimoire… 631 more words

Film Reviews

Mexico and its Movies

The first Mexican movie I remember seeing was Like Water For Chocolate, in my first-year film class. I still remember the sensuous portrayal of food, the magic realism, the feeling of danger with the Mexican Revolution, and the intense passion. 1,329 more words

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