La Nación (Argentina)

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Rating Title/Year Author
The Endless Trench (2019) Alejandro Lingenti The Endless Trench efficiently transmits the climate of oppression and paranoia experiences by the protagonists. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Nov 7, 2020
The Devil All the Time (2020) Diego Batlle This film had all the elements to make it better than it was. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Oct 4, 2020
3/5 The Boys in the Band (2020) Diego Batlle Although The Boys in the Band won't have the same impact it did in 1968, it is still a worthy homage. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Oct 4, 2020
The Hater (2020) Diego Batlle Komasa holds a viewers attention in suspense for 135 minutes. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Sep 29, 2020
Furtive (2019) Adolfo C. Martinez Sufficiently suspenseful. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
The Whistleblower (2019) Paula Vázquez Prieto Everything spreads in an obsessive and anticlimactic way, manipulating the characters capriciously, taking away what little dramatic interest it could have achieved. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
Dulce familia (2019) Adolfo C. Martinez Sugary and entertaining. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
Lina From Lima (2019) María Fernanda Mugica The film unequivocally but subtly presents the economic and social inequalities suffered by Lina... but without making her the victim or the hero. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
() Alejandro Lingenti In her directorial debut, Sabrina Morena reveals a surprising audacity to articulate each piece of a familiar puzzle to develop a concrete, specific story. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
The Guest (2018) Javier Porta Fouz [The Guest] finds humor in human contradictions, and even generates some empathy that may produce real tears. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
A Distant Place (2010) Alejandro Lingenti A forced ending loaded with a solemnity that Osvaldo Montes' soundtrack seems to be solely in charge of reinforcing. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
Silvia (2018) Diego Batlle Silvia is much more than just a found-footage or home movie - it's an intimate exploration by the director, with contributions from her two sisters' memories, of a life marked by interfamily violence. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
Coma (2019) Javier Porta Fouz I wish [Coma] would have had some kind of spirit, instead of being this inert anvil. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2020
The Occupant (2020) Diego Batlle The Occupant works with conviction within the conventions of the thriller genre. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jul 22, 2020
() Alejandro Lingenti Three life stories intertwine in José Campusano's new movie. Three difficult paths that say a lot about the everyday reality of trans people. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 25, 2020
() Javier Porta Fouz It's dull, inane, and lacks edge. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 25, 2020
The Strong Ones (2020) Diego Batlle In his debut film, Chilean director Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo narrates with feeling and without prejudice a love story where passion and a certain tragic spirit coexist. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 25, 2020
Feel the Beat (2020) Natalia Trzenko Feel the Beat is as predictable as it is poignant. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 23, 2020
() Alejandro Lingenti Rosa is a refined, mysterious, and unpredictable woman, all the characteristics that María Soldi manages to effectively convey with a tight performance. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 22, 2020
() Adolfo C. Martinez The new director Fernando del Castillo portrays his character and his surroundings with unquestionable emotion until they become a call for love, friendship, injustice, and above all, liberty. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 12, 2020
() Paula Vázquez Prieto The humor is confined to an exercise of repeating outdated formulas. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 12, 2020
() Alejandro Lingenti Going beyond analyzing cumbia from a technical point of view, the film proposes to look at it and understand it as an expanded social phenomenon. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 12, 2020
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) Diego Batlle Beautiful, honest, sensitive, and precise, this is the homage that Rogers deserved. The talent of Heller and Hanks, among others, made it possible. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 11, 2020
Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics (2020) Alejandro Lingenti It works well as a hobby, but the idea itself that had potential was only half developed. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 8, 2020
() Alejandro Lingenti The story is narrated as an intense thriller that maintains the tension throughout its running time. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Jun 5, 2020
() Adolfo C. Martinez Director Luciana Bilotti portrays with tenderness and pain the path of the young protagonist (great work from Martina Pannachio). [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 29, 2020
() Javier Porta Fouz A film where the characters, dialogue, and petty conflicts flow. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 28, 2020
Fourteen (2019) Diego Batlle [Dan] Sallitt and his two prodigious actresses transport us to a universe that is as simple as it is intelligent, as luminous as it is painful at the same time. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 28, 2020
Young Hunter (2020) Paula Vázquez Prieto An unsettling and disturbing movie... that makes the gaze the key in every ethical reflection. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 28, 2020
Hannah Gadsby: Douglas (2020) Milagros Amondaray The balance between different tones continues to be her strong point. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 28, 2020
Burning Night (2019) Javier Porta Fouz Burning Night is seen, heard, and acted like few other Latin American movies. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 26, 2020
Solo (2019) Diego Batlle Solo ends up being a beautiful and clear portrait about overcoming and second chances. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 21, 2020
() María Fernanda Mugica The look of the documentary is sensitive and has a cheerful spirit, without denying the difficulties its protagonist faces. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
La Isla de las Mujeres (1953) Diego Batlle The film ends up wasting its interesting premise in a story that is too solemn, lacks rhythm, and is full of dialogue that many times sounds forced. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
A Breath Away (2018) Alejandro Lingenti Rittano y Stuart are effective in many different situations, acting with ease in the more dramatic moments and also in those that resemble comedy. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
() Paula Vázquez Prieto [Director] Tamae Garateguy explores the limits of a popular genre. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
Los Reyes (2018) Diego Batlle A documentary starring two street dogs is, without a doubt, an authentic rarity... The result is not only surprising but fascinating as well. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
White As Snow (2019) Paula Vázquez Prieto [Isabelle] Huppert does what she knows best... but it's not enough... and she is lost in a movie that is never at the level of her talent. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
() Diego Batlle The special effects are very precarious, but the main issue is the clumsiness of its various situations. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted May 8, 2020
Love at Second Sight (1998) Javier Porta Fouz The story is told with great speed and even greater clumsiness. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Apr 30, 2020
Home(less) (2017) Diego Batlle It's a black comedy with a clear satirical spirit and always intent on being provocative. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Apr 23, 2020
LA Originals (2020) Natalia Trzenko Estevan Oriol gives a cultural, social, and even racial dimension to his story and to his friend Mr. Cartoon (Mark Machado), a talented artist who ends up being the most interesting character. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Apr 14, 2020
() María Fernanda Mugica Even though the film presents Alejandra's suffering, her frustrated illusions and the violent way in which she died, A Beautiful Dream takes a gamble to reassess that magical moment in cinema that marked her life. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Apr 9, 2020
Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Fernando Lopez A delight from beginning to end. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Apr 8, 2020
The Hero (2017) Paula Vázquez Prieto With more emotions than the exegetes of Westerns would have preferred, [director Brett] Haley achieves an honest and luminous movie. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Apr 3, 2020
() Diego Batlle In between film noir and social criticism, La sombra del gallo partially achieves its goals. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
The Mystery of Henri Pick (2019) Adolfo C. Martinez With these entertaining elements, director Rémi Bezançon created a humorous thriller that balances with precision the suspense and twists of a script that never loses sight of the crazy hijinks of its two protagonists. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
My Spy (2020) Marcelo Stiletano Peter Segal has the skill of seasoning all the conventions of these types of stories with jokes that are welcome and situations that manage to challenge popular political correctness. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
Dark Waters (2019) Paula Vázquez Prieto Haynes gives us a movie of horrors and monsters, a lot more dangerous and presentable than those that live in darkness. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
Bloodshot (2020) Diego Batlle Bloodshot is a typical action film with a lot of punches, shots, and testosterone, but lacks creativity and a sense of humor. [Full Review in Spanish] EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020