Mental disorders and crime solving

When I choose to spend lots of hours on a TvSeries, I always hope to get the best outcome. And when it comes to series about crime solving, any choice seems a great choice these days. The structure is quite similar for most of them. Smart guy/girl with no connection with the police whatsoever, somehow…

The teachings of Willy Wonka

What I love most about stories written for children is that they’re constructed in such a way for them to extract little pieces of moral advice. And the thing about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) is that the movie itself is a big life lesson. Burton turned Dahl’s book into an impressive visual universe, fascinating for…

Last three movies I’ve seen in 2015

Happy New Year, guys! I have so many school projects to do that I’m gonna cry. Also, my parents won’t be at home until tomorrow and I have nothing to eat. A glorious start, but hey, I have coffee and the second season of Suits to keep me company. Oh, and please notice the Facebook page…

And a happy New Year

This is that time of the year when people that write for other people try to give advice on how to live a better life that you’ll never actually follow. Am I right? And since I’ve joined the blogosphere, here I am trying to do the same thing, because that’s my responsability. And man, this…

Movies about classical musicians

There are not many movies on the subject of classical music. Most of them are documentaries about the great composers, but very few about musicians and orchestras. Anyhow, there are enough for me to write this blog post.