I've been a lot time i didn't post here and i watched a lot movies so i'll post some of them. Love it:
Joker (2019) 9/10: Incredible acting. Se7en (1995) 10/10: Probably one of my favorites thriller films (if it's not my favorite), the scenography, music, acting and storytelling was perfect. I love it so much that I searched for the director and what a surprised was the same who directed Gone Girl and Fight Club so after this I watched other of his films. The Game (1997) 10/10: Same director of Se7en and once again an ABSOLUTE masterpiece.
Annabelle Comes Home (2019) 3/10: BORING, Annabelle was nowhere to be found, I feel scammed. Good Boys (2019) 4/10: Yes, I watched this movie because Jacob Tremblay. I found the jokes so cringy and lame The Lion King (2019) 4/10: It was hard to rated this movie because I didn't feel nothing, i didn't enjoy nor hated it.
Got dragged to see Last Christmas because of my mum It's... it's a fanfic worthy plot that surprisingly we're still arguing about a whole two weeks on because of the plot twist. We're trying to decide who figured it out first (probably my dad tbh). You know, if you wanna watch a film where it's basically a fanfic of person A is a huge piece of shit and person B is unrealistically charming and flirts their way into person A's life but something doesn't add up... with occasional Wham! music in the background and it's Christmas... you go and watch it. But if you want a coherent, deep and intellectual film that a continuity director actually watched more than once... go watch something else. Also Henry Golding is hot. Even my mum agrees.
Booksmart (2019) 7.5/10: Noah Galvin and Kaitlyn Dever singing You Oughta Know was the best part of the movie. The Two Popes (2019) 7/10: I didnt expected enjoy this? Kinda curious if the spanish lines of Jonathan Pryce were him because the accent was so on point Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (2019) 6/10: The acting was good and some scenes really nice but it's way too long and literally nothing happened