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Favorite films

  • Léon: The Professional
  • Once Upon a Time in America
  • The Hudsucker Proxy
  • The Big Lebowski

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  • The Hands of Orlac


  • The Nutty Professor


  • Asphalt


  • Inception


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  • The Third Man

    The Third Man


    The leading actor: Vienna. Bombed capital of Austria, divided into four Allied occupation zones. Dark nights. Black shadows, always in fearful motion. Dull, gray daylight. Sewers that look like abandoned gothic cathedrals. The city is ruled by black market. Shady characters roam lonely streets. Hasty footsteps echo on the damp cobblestones. Vienna has gone through terrible times. And still there will be some uncertain years left.

    In the middle of it: The Zither music of Anton Karas. In additon to…

Recent reviews

  • The Hands of Orlac

    The Hands of Orlac


    Scary characters. Unpleasant, oppressive and depressing atmosphere. Merciless imagery. Hopeless scenarios. Living spaces in which no one can feel comfortable. All of this spreads to the audience like a virus. A nightmare that lasts for 90 minutes. By the end of the film you feel like you've been shaken by a fever. Was it a dream or reality?

  • The Nutty Professor

    The Nutty Professor


    Let's ignore for a few minutes the fact that Jerry Lewis was apparently anything but a likeable person in his private life.

    He was a perfectionist both as an actor and as a director. Someone who spared neither himself nor those involved in a production. In some ways he was a pioneer for many filmmakers who came after him.

    Most of his films - whether he was responsible for them in front of or behind the camera - were too…

Popular reviews

  • A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

    A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon


    It was difficult to choose between RAMBO LAST BLOOD and FARMAGEDDON. Action movie versus old-fashioned plasticine. I chose the action movie.

  • Pet Sematary

    Pet Sematary

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

    By far the scariest part of the story was Jason Clarke in the role of a warmhearted and loyal family man.

    Does horror actually only arise if the protagonists do exactly what normal people would never do?

    Why do authors, screenwriters and directors of horror stories believe that people act always irrational in uncomfortable situations? I can’t remember when I saw the last horror movie, in which the characters rationally responded to threats. How boring this genre has become ...…