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‘Roma’ review: A master filmmaker remembers his Mexico City childhood

Alfonso Cuaron’s new film, “Roma,” gives you so much to see in each new vignette, in every individual composition, in fact, that a second viewing becomes a pleasurable necessity rather than a filmgoin... read more

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

“Roma” is a Netflix film. There’s no mistaking that. There’s the Netflix logo -- that familiar red "N" -- right at the beginning. But, boy, it sure doesn’t feel like a Netflix film. In fact, it feels ... read more

Movie review: R-rated 'Roma' a vivid tribute to 'Prisoner of Azkaban' director's childhood in Mexico

“ROMA” — 3½ stars — Yalitza Aparicio, Nancy Garcia Garcia, Fernando Grediaga, Marina de Tavira; R (graphic nudity, some disturbing images and language); Broadway; running time: 135 minutes “Roma” is a ... read more

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Roma review: Alfonso Cuaron’s bittersweet masterpiece

Roma is not the kind of film that aims to ... That being said, I encourage anyone reading this review to give this film a chance to resonate with you. Try not to think about how the film might ... read more

Film Review:‘Roma’ delivers soul, spirit — and a dash of Mexican magic

CHENNAI: Tipped as a strong Oscar contender, Alfonso Cuaron’s magnificent black-and-white magnum opus, “Roma,” weaves a magical family tale with endearing simplicity and sensitivity. The film is set i... read more

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

Ever since winning the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in September, Alfonso Cuarón’s most personal film Roma has been widely, and justly, acclaimed, not only for its content but also ... read more

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: Alfonso Cuarón Masterfully Bares His Soul

This is a very different film—it’s in Spanish, it’s set in 1970s Mexico, and it’s presented in black and white—but Cuarón’s mastery as a filmmaker has never been so potent. read more

ROMA Review: An Overwhelming Vision of Intimate Power

I don’t know how Alfonso Cuarón’s new movie is able to exist. Roma is vibrant and electric, and startlingly intimate. Cuarón’s follow-up to Gravity is rooted in the filmmaker’s own past ... read more

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

The phrase "world creation" gets thrown around casually and frequently in cinema, but few modern directors are better at fashioning a totally transportive experience than director Alfonso Cuaron. read more

Just Give Netflix's 'Roma' the Oscar and Let's Be Done With It

What if you’re the one who hates it (like that dumbass guy who was the only person to give “Lady Bird” a bad review last year ... Angeles when it green lighted “Roma,” which is also why it has just gi... read more

Everything You Need To Know About Netflix's Contentious 'Roma' Rollout

as first suggested by the movie’s rapturous reviews out of fall’s pacesetting festivals. It helps that “Roma” has been a staple among critics’ year-end prizes and racked up three Golden Globe nominati... read more

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