Movie reviews of William Eguizabal

These are all the movies and series that William has reviewed. Read more at: FilmSnobReviews.

Number of movie reviews: 524 / 524




This is a tender and loving portrait of the immigrant’s tale.

4 february

4 feb

Palm Springs


Smart and with just enough range in emotions there’s something to be said for just HOW WELL the rom-com formula works when changed and tweaked just enough.

2 february

2 feb

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Beast Beast


This film’s young actors are fine it’s simply the script and story letting them down.

1 february

1 feb



The quirk of this entire exercise might prove detrimental to the experience of some.

1 february

1 feb

Four Good Days


Oh boy! I wanted so badly for this to be a more effective experience. But the pedestrian technique and undercooked script simply didn’t grab me in a way it should’ve.

30 january

30 jan

Be Water


Nguyen really tries some things here but doesn’t REALLY pull them all off. It’s a beautifully crafted piece but one that is hurt by changes in tone and emotional pull.

29 january

29 jan

Dinner in America


This film fucking rocks! Like a Pollock painting made of blood sweat and tears. This film is equal parts Romeo and Juliet and Sid and Nancy. Gallner and Skeggs are stars.

28 january

28 jan

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There are points in this when you are simply taken aback by the images on the screen. Other times the plot sort of gets in the way of the visuals. This is one of THOSE movies. The acting in this is ace but is let down by a really dry, flat and overall predictable plot.

25 january

25 jan

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Is this a good film? Sure. It is NOT, however, a great one. Its shortcomings are too far to overcome and it feels like Roach is strictly playing catch up.

14 january

14 jan

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The Two Popes


What a brilliant and unexpectedly great piece of cinema this one is.

14 january

14 jan

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6 Underground


What an awful film. Not only is this devoid of anything to actually enjoy but my god is it far too boring for something with so much “action” in it.

8 january

8 jan

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A Hidden Life


This is too slow and too boring and too long for me to recommend this to the masses. I found the overall presentation a step up.

5 january

5 jan

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


Mannnnnnn. I really thought J.J. could right the ship. Why did I think this? He’s not a risk-taker. He’s a yes man.

2 january

2 jan

Ford v Ferrari


It’s a film that demands you see it and Mangold is a director that as we roar into the ’20s necessitates your attention.

1 january

1 jan

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


With talented actors giving great performances and a VERY gifted director doing her thing you sort of like it for those reasons. Oh…Tom Hanks? He’s incredible here.

30 december

30 dec

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Knives Out


There’s a certain way in which the characters speak here, much like in Johnson’s Brick, that comes off as movie-ish. We’re in the world of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express just substitutes that stories Belgian gumshoe with the southern sleuth we get here. I could go for more films with Benoit Blanc.

27 december

27 dec



Zellwegger is so much better than the material here. She’s elevating it beyond a total by the number biopic, which…it kinda is.

23 december

23 dec

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Uncut Gems


As cliché as it sounds this is a pulse-pounding, heart-racing shot to the adrenal glands.

23 december

23 dec

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The Current War


So much potential completely ruined. A messy combination of a blasé script with only a serviceable direction. Led by two REALLY charismatic performances this is a film that much like The Upside had to survive a hellacious existence just to get this far.

23 december

23 dec

Marriage Story


This is a marriage story, a divorce story, a love story, but most of all a human story. One felt deep within the confines of your chest. You hurt, you ache, you feel for Nicole and Charlie.

19 december

19 dec

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Wonder Woman: Bloodlines


A meh animation from DC and Warner is still far better then the animated schlock Marvel has put out.

18 december

18 dec

Climate of the Hunter


This keeps you involved and manic throughout. I highly recommend this unique and strange cup of tea to everybody. It won’t even care if you hate it.

16 december

16 dec

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The Goldfinch


One of 2019’s biggest bore fests. I expected more out of this and instead what I got was something so filled with doubts you could smell it on the entirety of the project.

15 december

15 dec

Poster for The True Adventures of Wolfboy

The True Adventures of Wolfboy


This is a family film perfect for everyone to go see together. Its message of inclusion for all is beautiful and perfectly balanced by Krejcí.

15 december

15 dec

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