• The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    the renaissance of love and its triumph over everything that tries to contain it or step in its way, transcending time, space and even life and cements it as immortal in a franchise that has always been devoted to its role and power and the one of faith. doesn’t flow as smoothly as the originals do and is more precisely focused on characters than humanity as a whole, but it never really needed those elements in the first place for…

  • The Matrix Revolutions

    The Matrix Revolutions


    one of the most beautiful and exciting movies of all time. a celebration of the rest of civilization, united and driven by faith and determination to defend humanity’s last bastion, as its savior is launched on his final quest to end the war and make the ultimate sacrifice while his nemesis is launched on an endless path of destruction in both worlds. as long as the segment of the battle of zion can feel to some, not a single second…

  • The Matrix Reloaded

    The Matrix Reloaded


    a movie about the complex power of love and how it reigns beyond rationality and the rules of the world, even a world in constant change like the matrix. maybe your beliefs of saving the world and changing it forever have just been crushed by the revelations of god itself and maybe you’re once again completely in doubt about everything that’s happening as the survival of the last human city, possibly disappearing in the next 72 hours or so, is…

  • The Matrix

    The Matrix


    cinema as the ultimate form of freedom and escapism. being a movie i grew up with since i was a kid, it’s always been something special i cherished and that represented different things at each part of my life. above all what was at first a fun, impressive and revolutionary blockbuster i would put on whenever i had the occasion, is now indubitably a powerful symbol of growth, affirmation and freedom. an important tale on how to find oneself, something…

  • The Witch

    The Witch

    a very realistic documentary on the families of northern france

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    i don’t really find any reason for me to be this passionate about hating a halloween sequel literally called halloween kills that will get followed up next year by a movie literally called halloween ends which should be the hopefully definitive end of the franchise, but when i see the shit a lot of people gave to rob zombie for his portrayal of myers in those remakes and all the interesting ideas he had along with it, i think it sucks…

  • Halloween


    forgot how disjointed this was. i honestly like some of the kills, david gordon green’s work on that aesthetic that really sticks well to the universe as well as the idea of wanting to portray myers as that inhumane embodiment of unreasoned evil launched on a path of endless destruction he was as of carpenter did it in 1978, but nothing is really done to expand upon that idea in any effective way and instead all this is displayed in…

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy


  • Annabelle


    things to do in pasadena:
    1. leave

  • Saw 3D

    Saw 3D

    grace fell asleep

  • Domino


    when the coffee be way too strong

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    ok so, this is as lazy and stupid as it can usually be. It also totally goes against what godzilla originally is because americans have a tendency to rewrite things from other continents to go in whatever sense they want. but hey, nothing beats a big dinosaur and a giant moth fighting a three-headed dragon from outer space, so yeah, pretty cool