Favorite films

  • Rear Window
  • Princess Mononoke
  • It's a Wonderful Life
  • The Red Shoes

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  • The Green Knight


  • Licorice Pizza


  • The Little Prince


Recent reviews

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    This movie is currently at 4.3!

    Come on Letterboxd, respect yourself...

    How can we seriously give a high rate to a movie filled at 95 per cent with close-up of lonely actors and basic tv shots/countershots because most of the comedians were actually interacted with no one before them and were sadly declaming poor lines in front of a green screen later replaced by poorly made cgi created by underpaid technicians?

    And I'm not even talking of the rest and…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    For those who speak French, my review is here.

    Warning ! This review contains some big spoilers! Do not read until you have seen the movie ! (or at your own risk ...)

    Postponed numerous times because of a very long preproduction and a global health crisis, NO TIME TO DIE is the 25th mission of the famous secret agent James Bond, aka 007, a very manly figure who hides behind a steely gaze, a cold…

Popular reviews

  • Tenet



    TENET appears to be a regrettable step backwards, a return to a cinema so deeply "nolanian" that it feels dangerously close to caricature, even parody at times. And if Nolan's openly confessed desire to rule out any over-explanation in order to focus on immersion seems to recall his take on DUNKIRK, the execution on TENET is a rather flagrant failure which contributes to the outrageously obscure nature of the plot.

    The trouble with TENET is that its very concept requires…

  • Harakiri



    HARAKIRI directed by Masaki Kobayashi in 1963 is a major date in the history of Japanese cinema. Written by Shinobu Hashimoto, the screenwriter of several memorable feature films directed by Akira Kurosawa (RASHOMON in 1950, SEVEN SAMOURAIS in 1954, THRONE OF BLOOD in 1957 or THE HIDDEN FORTRESS in 1958), HARAKIRI was seen by the public and the critics of that time as a revolution of the codes of the ‘chambara’.

    As usual, Masaki Kobayashi, who had just finished his…