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Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
I am not the biggest fan of western movies, but John Ford nailed this story with these two amazing actors.
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Manchester by the Sea
A tough and heavy movie to watch. Casey Affleck seems to carry all the pain and grieving of the world on his back, but without permiting himself to let it all out. Great performance, great story.
7 months ago
Star Alchemist added 2 items to their collection
I, Daniel Blake

have watched

8/10

Elle

8/10


7 months ago
The Gods Lie
 The Gods Lie 7/10
7 months ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Moonlight
A sensible story about a good hearted boy being constantly punched down by his life. Barry Jenkins direction is great, and it has many visually beautiful scenes, and an interesting use of colors. But the movie lost me somewhere in the third act, and the absence of Mahershala Ali after the first part was also a little letdown for me.
7 months ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Your Name
Makoto Shinkai is well known for his stunning animations, and heartbreaking stories where distance always keeps lovers apart. "Your name" has this elements, but this movies feels lighter than his previous works, with a lot of Slice of Life situations, and comic moments (the "grabbing boobs" gag always got me). The plot is a bit misleading, with some curious twists in the middle that made me like it more in some aspects and less in others. The bittersweet tone in the end is also present here, but a lot more optimistic than before.
7 months, 1 week ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
An introspective movie about miserable people, in a miserable place, living a miserable life, with unreachable dreams but with a chance of redemption and turning over the table. Kinda. Unfortunately, the beggining of the movie is a little hard to follow, because of the non-clear time line of events, that we only fully understand by the end of the first half hour of the movie.
7 months, 1 week ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to Rewatch Movies list
No Country for Old Men

7 months, 1 week ago
Over the Top
 Over the Top 6/10
7 months, 1 week ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Kubo and the Two Strings
One of the most jaw-dropping stop motions movies until date.
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Predestination
Ethan Hawke is always a charismatic actor, and Sarah Snook (whom reminds me of a younger Tilda Swinton) is really amazing in her acting. But the movie is too predictable,specially if you've seen a bunch of time travel stories, and the ending felt unsatisfcatory. A passable movie in the end.
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Paris, Texas
 Paris, Texas 8/10
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Zodiac
Revisited the movie after so many years. There were many bits of the movie that I didn't remember, like how it can be disturbing in certain parts, and how it has some funny gags(!). Fincher is great in showing the spiral that the protagonists get sucked in for not solving the murders, and the frustrations of having to build a solid case before arresting someone, even if all the clues lead to the suspect. But the movie may get a little bit confusing, specially by the end when Graysmith starts his own investigation. But Memories of a Murder still is a better movie, and I can bet that David Fincher watched it many times before filming Zodiac.
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Angel
A wonderfully animated tale by Yoshitaka Amano (famous for his promotional arts of the Final Fantasy franchise)and Mamoru Oshii (director of Ghost in the Shell), but that drags too much... an one hour animation that feels like two. The movie has few conversations and full of symbolisms that unfortunaly I could not connect with.
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
The Past
Sometimes half-truths, secrets or unrevealed facts can become worse than lies... that's what Farhadi's filmography keeps teaching me. Strong acting and directing, a movie that shows how relationships can become complicated due to our past, fears, and uncertain future.
7 months, 4 weeks ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Sherlock, Jr.
Buster Keaton was MAD. How could he do all those incredible stunts? And there are some tricks that just blew my mind and kept me wondering how they managed to do it. And the flick is also very funny, a naive humour that we can only find in Keaton's and Chaplin's movies.
8 months ago
Star Alchemist added 2 items to their collection
Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?

7/10

Moonlight

7/10


8 months ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
Sausage Party
There are some good intentions here, like weighting religion and respect among different beliefes. But the movie is most about swearing (not in a funny way, like South Park incredebly does), poor animation, and food talking. I mean, the trailer may give the audience the wrong impression about it, since the more visual violent and sexual stuff are a minimal part of the flick. But I got admit, I loved the Orgy scene.
8 months ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
State of Grace
This is a fine mobster film, especially with such outstanding cast (highlights for Gary Oldman). But I couldn't find in the end what the movie was really about. We hadn't Noolan's police side well explained, so we really don't get a whole scope of his motivation. And Ed Harris' character is so.... stupid, making just terrible decisions that really annoyed in the end.
8 months ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
La La Land
Wow, just wow. A passionating movie, full of colors and dreams; Emma Stone is superb as Mia, and Gosling overflows charisma. Damien Chazelle can already figure between the great promises of Hollywood. Many people didn't like the ending, but that was what sold the movie for me. If it has any downsides (not being a 10/10), it's because the movie dosen't have memorable songs, and the big dance scenes are all in the first hour of the movie.
8 months ago
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8 months, 1 week ago
In the Mood for Love
Eyes Wide Shut
Incendies
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Sing Street

8 months, 1 week ago
Star Alchemist commented on a list
Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2017) (110 movies items)

"Damn, it's that time of the year again! 1 - Amadeus 2 - The Godfather 3 - Kill Bill Vol.1 4 - Contact 5 - Her 6 - Mother (Madeo) 7 - Whiplash 8 - Dogville 9 - The End of Evangelion 10 - Moonrise King"


8 months, 1 week ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
The Neon Demon
Visually stunning, but it lacks something... depth, coherence, or maybe this is the case that less would be better.
8 months, 1 week ago
Star Alchemist added 1 item to 2017 movies list
The Witch
Like Babadook and The Shinning, The Witch just entered in the small group of horror movies that I love. Great story abou religious paranoia and the guilty for being a woman. I also like how the movie gives us right in the beginning that the Witches are real, leaving screentime to develop the important aspects of the plot.
8 months, 1 week ago
8 months, 1 week ago

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