E01 – Episódio Piloto (1)
E02 – Terror Macro, terror Micro (2 ao 28)
E03 – Franquias (29)
E04 – Spoilers e Heróis (30 ao 37)
E05 – O cinema é meu templo (38 e 39)
E06 – Dublado versus Legendado (40 ao 44)
E07 – Gosto no Armário (45 ao 54)
Guilty Pleasures (Otávio: 55 ao 62; Castrezana: 63 ao 67; Getro: 68 ao 72)
E08 – Animais Comedores de Gente (73 ao 99)
E09 – Remakes melhores que os originais (100 ao 119)
E10 – Zumbis (120 ao 151)
E11 – Netflix (152 ao 160)
E12 – O Novo Oscar (161 ao 164)
E13 – Terrir (165 ao 199)
E14 – O que vem por aí (200 ao 202)
E15 – O Que Assistimos (203 ao 209)
E16 – Diretores e Suas Técnicas (210 ao 227)
188 international critics and curators choose the five new releases that made the biggest impression on them in 2017. Rising to the top are some exciting new voices, new visions and new forms...
Practically the whole of your childhood is dead (including the Powerpuff Girls), bigotry has entered the White House, we are about to face similar problems for the same reason, and Pokémon have taken people out of reality and off of cliffs. It's no wonder I go to the cinema so many goddamn times. However, with all these disinteresting sequels and "original" concepts, I don't see that happening nearly as much as 2016.
As far as I know, there's no farting corpses, very little hot dogs, hardly any seagulls, no chance of cute 3D redheads and a bunch of gems I've already witnessed first at a festival. Until another festival can surprise me, be it Flare, Sundance, LFF or even the LIAF, the most notable experience I can think of as of yet is seeing who else will attend the My Little Pony movie.
One thing's for sure - there will be less to see than last year, and the rising interest in digital releases doesn't help (especially with the region cheats). Will there be another Carol like there was twice last year, not counting their UK releases this year? Or is 2017 just going to be the weakest year for film by far? Unless we act soon, it won't just be democracy that's dead.