First Reformed

Can religion stand the challenges of our modern world? As Reverend Toller asks himself this question, the foundations of his religious faith start to crumble.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 7 days ago

The Death of Stalin

There are some movies that one can’t help but wonder why they aren’t more famous. It’s not like fame matters when it comes to cinema, but it is something I’ve never been able to understand. After all, some movies are really more than just a great way to pass the time. They can impact our worldviews, and more importantly, they can help us find the answers to important questions.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 13 days ago
The Man in the High Castle

The Man in the High Castle is a work of speculative fiction that helps us imagine what the world might have been if Germany had won the Second World War.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 21 days ago
The Assistant

Sometimes the dreams we follow are not what we think they are. Jane finds this the hard way as she struggles as an assistant to an executive at an important organization.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 28 days ago
Machuca

One might say that every dictatorship is unique. After all, the reasons that give birth to one are different in each country. However, and as paradoxical as it sounds, most of the time the opposite is also true. Every dictatorship is practically the same as all the others.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 1 month ago
Rudo y Cursi

The typical story of a soccer player discovered by chance, rising to the top, and then falling into disgrace, sounds more like a tragedy than a comedy. However, Rudo y Cursi manages to use this formula to build one fun-watching movie that will keep you laughing.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 1 month ago
Bo Burnham's Inside: The Content's Content

In his new comedy special, Burnham turns himself inside-out during lockdown.

Andrés Crump
by Andrés Crump
posted about 2 months ago
Whisky

Whisky is probably one of the best films I’ve seen in a while. What is it about? I’m not exactly sure, but like most stories out there, it seems to be about love, just not in the traditional love story format.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 2 months ago
The Official Story

The Argentinian dictatorship has some dark episodes that many people don't know. The Official Story is one of many movies that deal with some of these horrendous crimes.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 2 months ago
Q: Into The Storm

By now, it is probably a commonly accepted fact that the Internet is a pretty mysterious place. You don’t even have to go into the corners of the Dark Web. Social interactions on traditional social media sites are something we don’t understand, and they can get weird soon.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 2 months ago
WeWork: When Business Meets Fanaticism

The WeWork documentary depicts a sad reality: many people are looking for something to give meaning to their lives, and they are willing to leave everything aside for it.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 3 months ago
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