• My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done

    My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done


    I don’t know what’s weirder, that Lynch/Herzog made a picture together, or the fact that Dave Bautista is credited here but I did not see him at all.

    Best Michael Shannon performance, probably the most intriguing collaboration we’ll see ever and insanely beautiful, the movie feels breezy when you accept the tragic tale it’s telling, while I do think facts could’ve been presented in a better way, the overall piece is so focused yet loose, I can’t help but by the end be in tears.

  • The Jericho Mile

    The Jericho Mile


    Not a spectacular note to end my dive into this auteur’s filmography, and yet this being his first directing credit, it’s extremely inspiring, it can be rough around the edges but in the end it’s a moving story that shows when we’re against all odds, we move on.

  • La Bohème

    La Bohème

    Might not have watched it in the best quality possible but it’s an interesting watch nonetheless.

  • Nosferatu the Vampyre

    Nosferatu the Vampyre


    Nosferatu the Vampyre is an interesting film to put it lightly, paying homage to a classic while sticking to your guns is a hard thing to do, and yet Herzog pulls it off brilliantly. Tackling themes of death and Klaus Kinski‘s Dracula has so many layers, doesn’t simply feel like the face of evil in man, more like a lost beast. The music synchronizing with the tone, making everything monumental but the imagery desolate. It’s an astonishing feature that will ponder me.

    There’s also a disturbing scene of everyone going crazy because of the plague that feels... well a little bit too close to home.

  • Nosferatu



    Nosferatu in films:

    The Spongebob Episode Graveyard Shift >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> this movie, still great tho

  • Making The Irishman

    Making The Irishman

    Marty made this movie for me, I’m sorry to tell you guys.

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


  • From One Second to the Next

    From One Second to the Next

    Heartbreaking doc, it’s very interesting how the eye of Herzog grounded this perfectly that transcends those “don’t text while driving” commercials. He proves that there’s been a detachment but it’s not all hopeless. Highly recommend this to anyone, short but very effective.

  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    Planes, Trains and Automobiles


    Happy Thanksgiving! Be safe guys! ❤️

  • Femme Fatale

    Femme Fatale


    Thank you De Palma for making a Hitchcockian thriller in the most horniest way possible, really I mean it.

  • Fast & Furious

    Fast & Furious


    First F&F movie I watched in theaters and even back then this was disappointing, revisiting this certifies my problems that it’s trying too hard to be something that it’s not and since this is a soft-reboot, it’s not the way to go. People say that this is Michael Mann’s Fast and Furious, but it’s more like a film grad watched Heat for the first time and wanted to try in his first attempt, even Michael Mann couldn’t do that.

    The best moments are when it remembers it’s franchise roots, I would say skip this but sadly this one is very important.

  • Yes, God, Yes

    Yes, God, Yes

    I admire this for being more straight to the point in it’s blocking because it makes the jokes land harder, though I’m thankful they made a movie out of it.