Critic Reviews for Madres
Madres has some good ideas, but it fails to see the structural forest for the sumptuously photographed trees.
Calling a movie like Madres by-the-numbers would be a compliment, and an overstatement, because that would indicate that the makers were even mildly successful.
Ryan Zaragoza's Welcome to the Blumhouse horror offering might teach you something even if it doesn't scare you.
What it lacks in sting it makes up for with an original script (by Marcella Ochoa and Mario Miscione) and a ferociously pregnant protagonist who would make the "Fargo" character Marge Gunderson proud.
Madres never loses a strong underpinning of social conscience that seeps into director Ryan Zaragoza's considered shots.
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