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‘Roma’ movie review: A word before you stream this Netflix gem ...

... "Roma" is a movie with a clear and distinct setting but one that boasts universal appeal. It's also built around a relatively small, narrowly focused story -- but one that deserves to be seen on a... read more

‘Roma’ Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s Childhood Memories Become A Film Unlike Any Other This Year

And so five years later we ... begins today on Netflix. Roma is Mexico’s official entry into the Oscar Foreign Language Film category. Check out my video review above. Do you plan to see ... read more

Movie Review: Cuaron crafts a neorealist masterpiece in 'Roma'

And it is the nanny and housekeeper, Cleo, who gets the star ... a movie theater to a rowdy holiday party brought to a halt by a fire. It is filmmaking on the highest level. Netflix gave "Roma ... read more

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Movie review: 'Roma': Personal family story proves quietly powerful

Unlike other highly publicized projects — say, “A Star Is Born” or “Black Panther" — Aflonso Cuaron's “Roma” is an extremely quiet, even meditative picture. The talk of the international film world si... read more

'Roma' review: Powerful, affecting drama from Alfonso Cuarón earns 5 stars

The Spanish-language movie is a moving and empathetic glimpse at the mundanity and innate intimacy of domesticity. Set in 1970s Mexico City, "Roma" is shot like a series of faded black-and-white photo... read more

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Roma’ high art for some, bird droppings for others

First the good news. “Roma” looks fantastic. Writer/director/editor and cinematographer Alfonso Cuaron makes every image look like a vintage black-and-white photo and uses 2018 technology to make the ... read more

Film review: Five stars for Roma

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is beautiful in every way. From the subtle artistry of its black-and-white images to its personal yet universal story about a young servant, Cleo. Set in Mexico City in 1970-71, ... read more

Film Review: ROMA: Life as Film Through the Eyes of a Master [LFF 2018]

Roma (2018) Film Review from the 62nd Annual London Film Festival, a movie directed by Alfonso Cuaron, starring Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Fernando Grediaga, Jorge Antonio Guerrero, Marco Gra... read more

‘Roma’ Review: Alfonso Cuaron’s Riveting Drama Is His Best Movie Since ‘Y Tu Mama Tambien’

“Roma” is the rare movie in no hurry to reveal what it’s about ... and Cuaron’s wise to realize that Cleo’s has not. Five years after the intensity of “Gravity” used this medium to transcend Earth’s b... read more

TIFF Film Review: ROMA Sees Alfonso Cuarón at His Most Personal and Ambitious Alike

The following review is part of our coverage of the 2018 ... after she tells him she’s pregnant during a movie date. Slowly, subtly, the visuals and the subtext of ROMA start to piece together, growin... read more

Beyond The Clouds movie review: Miserable show of misery

Ishaan Khatter, who comes with a baggage to run a legacy of a film family outshines in his debut performance. Unlike our most of the Bollywood films which have palatial sets, fancy foreign locations, ... read more

‘Roma’ Is the Year’s Best Film, Say Los Angeles Film Critics

Also Read: 'Roma' Film Review: Alfonso Cuarón's Intimate Epic Proves Less Is ... Also Read: AFI's Top 10 List Ranges From 'Black Panther' and 'A Star Is Born' to 'First Reformed' and 'Eighth Grade' Th... read more

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