WHAT I LIKED: Above all else, Alfonso Cuaron's 'Roma' is an ode to a place and a culture, as most of its focus is on the intimacies of everyday life and the varied surroundings of 70s Mexico. To study this, the film mostly follows the servant of a... Read the full review »
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Alfonso Cuaron is an interesting filmmaker to discuss. Children Of Men was a “Story Setup Simmer” in a depressing future (until the 3rd Act),and Gravity taught me th... Read the full review »
Roma ravishingly depicts family and loss from Cuarón's personal perspective. Typically I would wait a few hours to gather my thoughts and write my review. Not this time. There's no need to even doubt the only word that describes this film. Perfec... Read the full review »
In a year of films that shine the spotlight on strong female characters, “Roma” is so deeply personal that it stands out from the rest. Writer-director Alfonso Cuarón taps into his own childhood to tell the story of the women who raised him,... Read the full review »