As I said. A movie about my grandmother just walking around her house and doing the loundry, cleaning the dishes or crying about her lost husband would be less boring than this movie. This is my first review ever and I wanted to say that I don't understand what's really the point of this movie. Very slow, showing only trivial events. Please don't waste two hours of your life with this movie.
Roma (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Roma (2018) 1080p
Roma is a movie starring Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, and Diego Cortina Autrey. A story that chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.
IMDB: 8.76 Likes
- Genre: Drama |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 2.17G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 134
- IMDB Rating: 8.7/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 43 / 365
The Synopsis for Roma (2018) 1080p
A story that chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.
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A movie about my grandma would be better than thisReviewed byelvisalex-bVote: 1/10
I watched 'Roma' at the cinema a few days before its Netflix release and it was the best idea ever! As a Mexican, I was naturally curious to watch the film everyone has been talking about. I have always admired Alfonso Cuaron's work, particularly films such as 'The Little Princess' and 'Y Tu Mama Tambien'. However, it wasn't until the 2010s when he consummated his career after the 'Children of Men' and 'Gravity'. It is evident that he has made an impact in recent years and I truly believe he is one of the most talented filmmakers nowadays.
'Roma' is powerful in the whole extent of the word. It is not only different and captivating, but also very artistic and honest. It is a filming exercise that reminds us that style, narrative and emotion can be best achieved when excelling traditional cinematic language. The simplicity of this film was captured beautifully with highly skilled cinematography, which Cuaron developed by himself. Every frame was methodically crafted in the form of a black and white portrait that perfectly reflects the nostalgia of a 1970s Mexico.
I am extremely blown away of seeing Yalitza Aparicio, an Indigenous Mexican young actress, taking the lead in this film. Her performance is of such greatness that she carries the whole film by herself in an exceptional way. She is absolutely natural, brave and unique. I do believe that she deserves an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress and hope she gets it.
The reason why this film has to be seen on the big screen is to fully appreciate the extent of Cuaron's cinematographic work. Moreover, sound mixing, production design and editing are also best experienced in cinemas. Obviously, this film needs to be re watched on Netflix at home.
Without exaggerating, I believe this film will make history. I do not think Cuaron implements any new techniques or breaks any schemes. Nevertheless, he brings back the organic cinematic expression and therefore, 'Roma' will be remembered for long. 'Roma' is undoubtedly one of the best films of the decade. It's the intimate work of an extraordinary filmmaker, and it's worth recognising this masterpiece as a genuine example of 'the seventh art'.
For the most part, watching Roma was about as interesting as watching paint dry...but not just *any* paint, but the most perfect, precious, beautifully applied paint imaginable. And not just paint in any room, but a room designed to be the best room with the best lighting and the best layout...and, oh, this was paint drying under high humidity conditions so you needed to watch the paint dry in a single, long-flowing take to appreciate the reflective nuances of the paint in all its evolving glory and often from unusually low angles of perspective since that yields special visual treats. Best Director. Best Cinematography. Best Paint Job. Ultimately not engaging.