Atom User Reviews for Roma
I can't believe the director is so damn talented! It makes me want to make a movie of my grandparents lives and how they came to the United States.
The editing required more snipping. The story: more substance. Frankly, don't see why the hype.
It was horrible, that was two hours of my life, I will never get back!
There isn’t a story told in all all of cinema that comes across as so beautifully effortless.
Fantastic film achievement. The story felt very genuine and the way the filmmaker tied the events at the beginning to the end were impressive. The long-shots were so well executed and the metaphors were powerful. Truly superb effort.
It is a beautiful film about life.
Hipnotic and so Intimate!
Mix of Latin American family life in the past few decades (it really represents most of Latin American countries) with sparks of magic realism wrapped in a very honest story of women helping women. My genre is more science fiction but I really loved this movie.
This movie is amazing, at a loss for words.
Fact: It wasn't scripted which makes it even more greater. Watch it in theater.
This movie brought me back old memories. Amazing photography
Went to go see the movie without knowing anything about it. Just that it was a “good film”. This is Citizen Kane level film making.
There’s no other way to say it than to say it: Roma is one of the best movies I’ve ever seen, and one of the most moving. If Norma Desmond had been able to see it she wouldn’t have worried about the pictures getting small.
Roma is hypnotic and transporting and sublime, everything a movie seen on the big screen ought to be.
Roma may not be the memoir film many might have expected from such an adventurous, sometimes raunchy, sci-fi/fantasy-oriented filmmaker, but it’s absolutely fresh, confident, surprising and rapturously beautiful.