• Moonlight Mile

    Moonlight Mile


    i’d say it’s more of a comedy drama, lot of funny moments with joe nast especially. was good, was good. i have nothing to complain about except the music, but it’s clearly characteristic for the 2000s.

  • Demolition



    a masterpiece. such an up-lifting ending. the idea is so creative, as well. jean-marc's style continues to please me in every way. the movie was so real, so natural, so true, and it's a signature from jean-marc. loved, loved, loved this. if you're feeling lost, maybe this will help you a bit. at least i know now what to do with my anger.

  • Uncle Frank

    Uncle Frank


    that was so beautiful. so, so sad and beautiful. bettany and lillis are amazing!! and what a refreshing and original character wally was, ah! this is a delight. a feel-good movie definitely :)

  • Nightcrawler



    this was crazy. it was a truly intense experience watching the movie. embarrassing, uncomfortable and astonishing.
    gyllenhaal outSELLS himself in this role, he is completely unsettling and embarrassing and unrecognisable.
    very nice soundtrack, quite original - synth mixed with rock and classical, it was interesting to hear. also the background noises - ads, dispatch, reports - were a nice touch.
    the expected change of character at the end didn't happen, which was a pleasant surprise! he really didn't change his…

  • Scarface



    i like the soundtrack a lot. the story felt predictable, i knew everything that was gonna happen, but it's only bcs this movie is quite literally the blueprint, the example for all following movies that are about a guy like tony montana. good, watchable, but not my favourite. also al pacino looks so much different from how his voice sounds.

  • Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects


    this was fucking amazing, spectacular. no joke, my favourite tv show of all time. why? because it has female protagonists and antagonists. because it has the perfect montage and editing. because the performances are so natural and the characters are worked out. because it has the perfect soundtrack. because the plot is so original. because the twist is so unexpected it just throws you off. because it’s fucking amazing.

  • Zodiac



    it is a m a z i n g. in every sense of the word. i mean, 1970s rdj and gyllenhaal and ruffalo? the soundtrack - velvet underground, janis ian, america, marvin gaye, roberta flack? the montage, the editing? the CAST? (too much men, that's true, but they're all terrific). gyllenhaal is so good at acting as an awkward guy, he and RDJ both are chameleons. fincher picked quite the very best for this movie.
    perfect, perfect, perfect. has become…

  • Euphoria: F*ck Anyone Who's Not A Sea Blob

    Euphoria: F*ck Anyone Who's Not A Sea Blob


    so surprising, so touching, so FUCKING AMAZING.!!!
    hunter schafer just EXCELS and OUTSELLS herself.
    such beautiful visuals, hypnotising & spectacular.
    i am so proud of hunter, and she did an amazing job at writing. i believe there's no one better to write jules than her. so amazing, i am in such awe i don't have better words.
    "half of every relationship is in my head" touched me SO deeply. i'm getting a tattoo.
    hunter schafer i will GET you EVERY award you deserve, because you deserve ALL OF THEM.

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko


    veeeeeeeery peculiar. strange and capturing soundtrack, i really liked it. (also 80s songs i really enjoyed). very modern editing & montage, that was really interesting to see. quite an ansamble of actors, and all were marvelous, including, of course, jake gyllenhijklmnoprstuvzll.
    i think i understood it, but that wasn't really my intention for watching it. i think i can make out many different ways of how the story went, and many different reasons as to why it went as it did. so interesting! i wonder where the idea came from...

  • Die Hard

    Die Hard


    super funny. i spotted so many things that have been referenced in today's movies and shows, spotted 3 references used in stranger things.
    i feel like the movie wouldn't particularly be strong enough to build a franchise on (i'm proven wrong, of course), but willis' performance was strong enough to build a franchise on. his mastered character john is just so funny and a relatable guy.
    also willis and my dad look SO much alike it's actually scary and it was like watching my dad on screen, for real.

  • Before Midnight

    Before Midnight


    still good, surprisingly. once again, i'm happy to see delpy and hawke as the script co-writers. it felt like celine and jesse were finally talking EVERYTHING out, like everything everything, the night, the what-ifs, the relationships around them, family, what it's like to be parents, what bugs them about each other, just everything. a bit more characters than the last two, which was interesting. over-all, it was better than i expected.

  • Before Sunset

    Before Sunset


    i liked this one even better than the first one. and it was so short! it went by so fast, oh my god, it felt 30 minutes. but it was magnificent !!!! the reactions to the aftermath of the night in vienna, their true feelings coming out, being passive-aggressive angry towards each other, it’s what i love love love. 
    and hawke and delpy being cowriters AAA !! amazing, it made everything even better. ah, if i could give it a million stars, i would