Movie review / analysis of Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) on The Bilingual Observer.
A movie review on the iconic Paul Schrader film by The Bilingual Observer
"Miami Vice" is a movie that caught everyone by surprise- including me. It is a complete departure from the stylishness and he posh of the TV show from the 80s. However, even if we set aside the differences in style and mood between the movie and the show, this is an awkward film even by… Sigue leyendo Miami Vice (2006): The Flash is Gone
There are, at least, two names in this movie from 1976 that would attract any die-hard moviegoer of nowadays: director Bernardo Bertolucci ("The Conformist" (1970), "The Last Emperor"(1987))and actor Robert de Niro (no need to mention some of his films, I believe). In words of the former "'1900' is a socialist 'Gone with the Wind.'"… Sigue leyendo Novecento: A Mess in the Midst of a Spectacle
Moviegoers of nowadays might find particularly interesting to know that British director Ken Russell ("The Devils"(1971)), once declared that "Robocop"(1987) was, in his opinion, the best sci-fi movie ever made since Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" (1926). This may sound like an overstatement for many. However, if you take a close look at Russell's highly subversive vision… Sigue leyendo Robocop (1987): The Future is Here
Every person is complex once you scratch their surface and expose them to a possibility of change to form a better version of himself or herself. Up until that point, one may well be an egotistical bum with some pretty primary urges and live a basic and simple life. The heart of the matter is… Sigue leyendo Don Jon: The Story of Someone You Know