In which Jaime Rebanal recounts the best films of 2019.
Greta Gerwig's second film as a director gives a new life to Louisa May Alcott's classic story.
Wes Anderson continues to make Wes Anderson movies, and that's always a good thing. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Like a reflection of youth, as told by those who want to keep in touch with the best of themselves. (✯✯✯✯✯)
One knows already how predictable the Academy Awards can become after the route of the Golden Globes and the SAG Awards among many more, but in the 90 years that we have seen them moving onward, what they had managed to turn forth was not only one of the strongest lineups in a while but [...]
Something I figured was worth writing about what I believe the results of the Academy Awards this year will say about the future for upcoming filmmakers.
Another year is complete, but not without having talked about the wonderful experiences we've had at the cinemas. Together with the not-so-wonderful films. But alas, this has been an extraordinary year for films for the highlights still managed to stick their landing inside of our minds – and the inevitable "what about such and such?" [...]
If familiar territory for the genre, it still doesn't make the impact any less grander. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Gathering up only the most notable 2016 titles worthy of notice.
Goes beyond interconnected portraits of ordinary life to play out as a time capsule. (✯✯✯✯✯)