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Boy Erased
Boy Erased (2018)
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Touch all the fibers that should be touched when talking about conversion therapy: the hypocrisy of the Church of love and preach with hatred, violence, shame of the parents. There is no doubt that the correct fibers, the only problem is the hand with the hands that are very clear to the viewer.

The Death and Life of John F. Donovan
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

I'm a fan of Dolan's work, so I hate to start this by saying that it's NOT worth watching this movie. In his previous works, Dolan has had that touch that makes his films peculiar and that leave the viewer to stir his head and feelings. This is not the case. The film is complicated, not because of its plot, but because of the lack of empathy you feel for the scenes and leaves in your head the idea that the movie does not make sense.

Us
Us (2019)
15 months ago via Flixster
½

This movie exceeds my expectations given by get out. Why? Because Jordan Peele made this thriller to get your most anxious self out and delivers a big message about oppression. In the end, the blind "privilege society" is 'us'. All the performances were perfect, but the star was Nyong'o , who contrasted an animal personality with a protective mother, and gave us in every scene, with every Machiavellian smile, the way to understand the surprise factor of the film.

The Favourite
The Favourite (2018)
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

The movie of the duel of the performances. Well directed, acted, written, adapted to the time. It is not a story based 100% on reality. Its purpose is to transmit emotions caused The movie of the duel of the performances. Well directed, acted, written, adapted to the time. It is not a story based 100% on reality. Its purpose is to transmit emotions caused by human behavior and to see the way in which people manipulate to reach their tasks. Whether it's survival or politics.
Spoiler Alert.
The fight of the cousins for the attention of the queen goes from comedy to disaster. Queen Anne seeks to obtain attention and fill the void of losing all her children. That role is perfectly played by her friend and lover Sarah, who is also the one who really carries the politics of the reign. Her cousin Abigail, who lost all economic position, finds a way to put Sarah against the queen, without counting, that although she obtains the desired thing, she is only the shadow of her cousin, something that we can see while changing the scenes of the rabbits (representing the substitution of the children) and the queen making him clean the shoes. Making it clear, that she is nothing more than the unwanted substitution of her cousin.

We the Coyotes
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Excellent performance (especially the actress who makes Amanda). It is a movie that can be seen as simple or as complex as the viewer wants. It is not the typical story of teenagers in love looking for a new beginning. It goes further, this speaks of immaturity, prejudices, life in Los Angeles, the tensions of everyday life and see the layers of different people.