• Sixty Six

    Sixty Six


    The gods of the 60s reinvoked through consumable pop aesthetics.

  • Hugo



    A really fun watch. Scorsese's love for cinema is apparent and the CGI is beautiful.

  • Bringing Up Baby

    Bringing Up Baby


    A screwball comedy so stressful I'd label it as horror.

  • Mary Poppins

    Mary Poppins


    Celebrating my 25th birthday with Mary Poppins and my first round of antidepressants.

  • Pleasure



    1. The perfect allegory for our today.

    2. The world has been graced with a Catherine Breillat for the next generation.

    3. NWRs The Neon Demon looks more ridiculous than ever before now that we have this.

  • Quo Vadis, Aida?

    Quo Vadis, Aida?


    This film is at its very best when it does not focus on the individual characters but instead on the institutions and different groups of people. When it keeps it at the high level, it is an unforgettable dramatisation of the genocide and the UN's insistence on only applying human rights when there is no real risk of violation.

  • Slalom




  • Aalto - Architect of Emotions

    Aalto - Architect of Emotions

    The Aalto's work in architecture and design might be great (I have no idea) but please save me from these anti-cinematic accounts of supposed male genius.

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion


    Episodes 20-26 were fire, but you gotta sit through the first 7 hours to get there, so nah.

  • Snowpiercer



    Aboard Bong Joon-ho's magical train, a badly shaved Chris Evans axes his way from Metro 2033 through Bioshock Infinite to Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

  • Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

    Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

    A truly vampiric piece of work, making a sick joke out of deep suffering. Throwing around allegations of murder as if it is a joking matter and featuring the actual footage of a young man's accidental suicide are only two completely reprehensible aspects of this disgusting show.

    Also, editing and pacing was really bad.

  • Tih Minh

    Tih Minh


    I felt terrible for the servant who got framed as a drunkard by our comic relief stand-in and credulous hero Placide.