Museo [Sub: Eng]
This dramatic story tells about Benjamin and Juan, two young people in their 30s who seem unable to finish their veterinary studies. Both young men decided to work on a situation that seemed quite strange. On Christmas Eve, they decided to loot the famous National Anthropological Museum in Mexico, a process that aroused great controversy.
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El Mundo (Spain)
November 26, 2018 It's a rapt and rapturous chronicle of a trip to nowhere. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
November 05, 2018 There's nobody better than [director] Alonso Ruizpalacios... to address this event in Mexican history. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
November 16, 2018 Even after the story runs out, it's still a joy to watch.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
September 14, 2018 Museo is in part a caper film, a heist film, and while it leans on such classics as Topkapi and Rififi the robbery has its own signature and is done in a visual style that's hypnotic.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
September 27, 2018 "Museo" is a fun, stylish, singular heist flick that's about so much more than the theft itself.Read in Source
El Pais (Spain)
November 26, 2018 Woven with uncertainties, Museum leaves a certainty: that of the already imposing height of Ruizpalacios as a filmmaker. [Full Review in Spanish]Read in Source
November 15, 2018 "Museo" is the work of a genuinely creative directorial talent, and the early family scenes, richly detailed and shrewdly acted, provide just the right emotional context for this squabbling, indecisive gang of two.Read in Source
November 19, 2018 Moviegoers looking for the kind of zip found in an "Ocean's" movie may feel a bit lost at sea with "Museo" and its offbeat rhythms and quirky charms. But the rewards definitely will be greater, if you keep an open mind.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
October 12, 2018 With his characters unable to fence the goods, writer-director Alonso Ruiz Palacios has no place to turn but in the direction of head-scratching surrealism.Read in Source
November 14, 2018 "The second feature film by Ruizpalacios does not match the humor or the inventiveness of his extraordinary opera prima Güeros (2014), although it is not exactly a failure either".Read in Source
December 17, 2018 . Bernal is too old to play ingénue, but his commitment to the film's genuine if sophomoric passion is laudable. The film's deep patriotism is remarkable.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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