Favorite films

  • The Rules of the Game
  • Cries and Whispers
  • L'Eclisse
  • Journey to Italy

Recent activity

  • The Ballad of Seven Hanged Men


  • The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On


  • Extreme Private Eros: Love Song 1974


  • All Things Fair


Recent reviews

  • Nope



    What “a strange and exciting spectacle!" Jordan Peele's two previous films were enough to convince me to stop following his cinema. But his third feature movie, NOPE, deserves great praise. Peele has been compared to Hitchcock, but NOPE shows he's a next-gen Carpenter. It's absolutely phenomenal in every way.

  • Making The Leftovers

    Making The Leftovers


    Stand-in for the TV show...

    "Sooner or later we all lose our loved ones. We all have to suffer; every last one of us."

Popular reviews

  • Minari


    There's No Remarkable Aspect in Any Level About Minari - Formally, Thematically and Aesthetically. The Movie Cheats & Cheats & Cheats to Achieve Its Banal Goals. Waste of Time

  • Annette



    On the one hand, ANNETTE believes in cinema as a play, and on the other hand, Leos Carax's movie questions the foundations, illusions, beauties and horrors. Carax uses imagination to project mental and symbolic images; There's something the audience sees, and what's seen can go beyond. ANNETTE is not a theoretical treatise, but an organic work which cannot be reduced to a vision, idea and perception. What makes the film worthwhile is the desire to create vivid and never-before-seen images. ANNETTE is a living organism and not a solid monument and breathes with all the irregularities, anomalies and variety of moods.