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Favorite films

  • Murmur of the Heart
  • That Obscure Object of Desire
  • Guilty of Romance
  • Le Notti Bianche

Recent activity

  • About Elly


  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High


  • Munich


  • There's Always Tomorrow


Pinned reviews

  • Three Colors: Red

    Three Colors: Red


    Might be one of my favourite film endings of all time......

    I’m having a difficulty rating this because the first 45 minutes are somewhat uninteresting, the film drags with no clear narrative direction. But everything after that left me in awe, I wouldn’t be over exaggerating to call it a masterpiece. The brilliant score, gorgeous cinematography centred around the colour red and obviously standout performances from Irene Jacob and Jean Louis Trintignant. Superb example of French arthouse with subtle backdrop of fate and destiny. Can see myself rewatching this very soon and increasing the rating.

  • L'Eclisse



    Poetry in motion. Antonioni really did make some absolutely stunning and thought provoking films. I’ve been neglecting that man’s filmography since watching La Notte last year, will be correcting that mistake in the near future. 

    Monica Vitti is done out here if film Twitter ever get a whiff of *THAT* scene, extreme even for 1962 standards.

Recent reviews

  • About Elly

    About Elly


    A cautionary tale about lies and half-truths, I don’t know why it took me this long to return to Farhadi’s work. A suspenseful mystery and human drama (slightly reminiscent of L’Avventura) with an insightful script that brilliantly brings the fracturing state of each relationship to the surface. A depiction of emotions anyone can relate to, the tonal shift that occurs halfway through genuinely floored me; from that point I realised I was in for something truly special. Farhadi cemented himself as a…

  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High

    Fast Times at Ridgemont High


    Jeff Spicoli, David Wooderson and Floyd from True Romance linkup needed. 

    “Jeez. Doesn’t anybody fucking knock anymore?”

Popular reviews

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    I’m pretty sure I saw the face of god during that final duel, so good man. Nicole Kidman achieves so much with very little, my favourite performance which added so much moral complexity to a story that otherwise would have been far from it. That sound design had my ass levitating, incredible what an auteur can accomplish when given a sizeable budget.

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    A mixed bag, not sure what the critics are smoking. The first half was so good and then it becomes this cliched predictable pile of mediocrity. Also didn’t like what they done with John Cena’s character in that last act, I knew it was coming and I hated it. Harley Quinn bottom tier character, painfully unfunny.