Juan Luis Sanchez

Juan Luis Sanchez
Tomatometer-approved critic
Juan Luis Sánchez González is a Spanish film critic, known for his video criticisms and articles written with a sense of humor. He writes for the digital magazine decine21.com. Born in Madrid (Spain) in 1972, Juan Luis Sánchez González has collaborated since childhood in school magazines and publications, and in cultural centers. He graduated in Information Sciences, in the branch of journalism, in 1995, at the Complutense University of Madrid. From that moment on, he worked in various media, such as the EFE agency, the now defunct newspaper YA and the magazines CINERAMA, ÉPOCA and ESTRENOS. He is the author of the book Audrey Hepburn: Icon of the big Screen (Ed. Jaguar - 2010), and co-author of Cineforum 2000, Brief Encounter, Peter Jackson: From Bad Taste to The Hobbit, Tim Burton and their fantasy worlds, From "Lost" to "Star Wars": JJ Abrams, a Man and his Dreams, Fight of Giants. Godzilla, Gamera, Mothra and other huge monsters of Japan, James Cameron, the king of the World, Miau, Miau, Miau, Cinema Cats and Alienccyclopedia. The most Memorable Aliens of Cinema .
Publications: Decine21

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
6/10 100% Greenland (2020) The director achieves a decent job, taking advantage of a well-written script by Chris Sparling, who proved his worth as the author of "Buried". [Full critic in spanish]. https://decine21.com/peliculas/greenland-41975 - Decine21 EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 23, 2020
7/10 No Score Yet One for All (Uno Para Todos) (2020) Second work by David Ilundain. He has built a film about teachers that is unusual in Spanish cinema. It seems that it takes as a reference french films such as "The Class" [Full review in Spanish]. - Decine21 EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 17, 2020