Best Movies of 2018

Here’s a list with my 10 favorite movies from 2018:


Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman)

A Quiet Place (John Krasinski)

Roma (Alfonso Cuarón)

Godard Mon Amour (Michel Hazanavicius)

A Star is Born (Bradley Cooper)

Beautiful Boy (Felix van Groeningen)

Bohemian Rhapsody (Bryan Singer)

First Man (Damien Chazelle)

Green Book (Peter Farrelly)

The Favourite (Yorgos Lanthimos)

Through a Different Lens • Stanley Kubrick Photographs

Through October 28, 2018, the Museum of the city of New York hosts a must-see exhibit for Photography and Film lovers. You probably already know Stanley Kubrick for his classic movies ”2001: A Space Odyssey”, ”A Clockwork Orange”, ”The Shining” and many others. What you may not know is that when he was only 17 years old, he started working for Look magazine as a Photographer documenting a broad of different subjects throughout New York City.

The exhibit showcase more than 120 photographs from that period and it will probably blow your mind!

(all photographs by Stanley Kubrick)

(all photographs by Stanley Kubrick)

Check the Museum of the City of New York’s website for more information and plan your visit.

Go to the movies and watch Baby Driver!

"Baby Driver" is the new movie written and directed by Edgar Wright, who brought us the phenomenal adaptation of the comic book "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World".

If you're a fan of action movies and music videos, do yourself a favor and don't miss this movie. Your experience will be even better if you don't watch the trailer previously, so I won't even link it here. Have fun!

3 Brazilian movies on Netflix

If you’re into foreign films and are looking for something different to watch on Netflix, check it out this three great Brazilian movies available on the streaming service right now:

Aquarius (Kleber Mendonça Filho), 2016

The final holdout in her historic beachside building in Brazil, a retired music critic refuses to sell her apartment to developers bent on demolition.

The Way He Looks (Daniel Ribeiro), 2014

A new classmate transforms the daily life of a blind teenager who longs for independence and disrupts his relationship with his best friend.

The Man From The Future (Cláudio Torres), 2011

Accidentally inventing a time machine, Zero returns to college to avoid losing his dream girl. But how many times will he have to change the past?