— El Cine: opinión y reseñas

"I don't think a vision for any good film starts with being "not" something. It must be fully its own thing, not the shadow (nor the copy) of another work." — James Gunn.

"Truly despise the trend of treating all art as just some kind of test run for the Marvel Cinematic Universe." — Sage Hyden.

"We all take our own personal journey discovering the joy of film as a medium. More power to how you view film through your own lens. Nothing wrong with that idea as a whole." — Ryan Terry.

"All of the stuntmen—these are the unsung heroes. They really are. Nobody is giving them any credibility. They're risking their necks." — Jason Statham.

"I try to judge films—good or bad—based on what they are, not what I wanted them to be. It's the film that matters, not my expectations/opinions about what a movie should or shouldn't have been." — Scott Derrickson.

"The one magic bean screenwriting rule: you're only allowed one magical element per movie that demands a leap from the audience." — Rian Johnson.

"The real importance of theaters is that it's the only place where the audience can't press the stop button." — Bong Joon-ho.

"Fans don't make great filmmakers. Their reverence for what came before leaves little room for artistry or invention. And their bullying ruins the fun—both on and off camera." — Eliana Dockterman.

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Dark Phoenix

Desangelada, Dark Phoenix puso fin de una forma triste a un ciclo de películas de los X-Men que maravillaron a dos generaciones de espectadores, siendo un trayecto repleto tanto de crestas y valles como de emoción, éxito y grandes recuerdos.

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"In the history of cinema, masterpieces have existed without sound, without color, without a story, without actors and without music. No one single film has ever existed without cinematography and without editing." — Alfonso Cuáron.

"For certain actors, there’s an emasculating element to signing on to play a comic-book hero. It seals your stardom, but it takes away your ability to say, “I stand apart from the machine.” You’re now the machine’s biggest cog." — Owen Gleiberman.

"Every great film should seem new every time you see it." — Roger Ebert.