• Rebecca

    Rebecca

    ★½

    Compared to the Alfred Hitchcock version, this feels like a Lifetime movie

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    ★★★

    it almost feels wrong to see eddie redmayne in normal clothes instead of period dramas costumes

  • The Haunting of Bly Manor

    The Haunting of Bly Manor

    ★★★★

    If you're a blondine named Dani, it's safe to say you'll probably end up with a lot of trauma.

  • Another Round

    Another Round

    ★★★★★

    the only cinematic moment in 2020 that matters is mads mikkelsen dancing and spinning around while celebrating the joy of life. and in this moment you have the feeling no matter what you are going through, he gives you enough energy to pull yourself together and move on. give this man the recognition he freaking deserves for letting one feel so many emotions while watching his performances !!!

    (sidenote: director thomas vinterberg and mads mikkelsen attended the screening i went to…

  • Nine Days

    Nine Days

    ★★★★½

    When Winston Duke takes his notes while watching TV and guards the souls of the earth...
    When Benedict Wong screams in joy...
    When Tony Hale gets a longing for the sea and puts his feet in the water...
    When Arianna Ortiz stretches out her arms while riding her bike and you can feel her freedom...
    When Zazie Beetz tells her poop joke...
    When Bill Skarsgard shows his stamina...
    When Zazie Beetz touches your heart and makes you question your being...…

  • Diana: In Her Own Words

    Diana: In Her Own Words

    ★★★★

    I started to watch this mostly in preparation for the Crown Season 4, but it turned out to be a really well made documentary about one of the most interesting and inspirational personalities. Love Diana, can‘t express how much I despise Charles.

  • Kajillionaire

    Kajillionaire

    ★★★★

    Fans of weird films that are at the same time somehow close to life should not miss this insider tip. Especially the performance of Evan Rachel Wood is heartwarming. She seems like a foreign body in her own life, full of longing for warmth, but unable to accept it. A lanky dolt who was taught from an early age not to stand out - otherwise you can't steal unnoticed - and who is now looking for a way to be…

  • The Boys in the Band

    The Boys in the Band

    ★★★

    Spoiler Alert: The Boys are not in a band :(

  • Notorious

    Notorious

    ★★★½

    "my aunt was an actress. she was in a travelling theater company and grew up in boulder city, nevada. so across from my street there was this little library with an old movie section. and so she took me and we spent an entire day watching these old movies like notorious, bringing up baby and casablanca."

    not gonna lie, i partly watched this movie because it was mentioned in my favourite movie but even besides that... you can never go wrong with hitchcock!

  • Superbad

    Superbad

    ★★★★

    WHY IS THIS SO FUNNY?!??
     I couldn't stop laughing, McLovin is the GOAT

  • City of Ember

    City of Ember

    ★★

    An interesting premise, that sadly goes nowhere. Pretty much feels like a product of it‘s time - the kind of adventure movie for children that you‘ll immediately forget about 10 minutes later. At least it starred my queen Saoirse Ronan, eventhough her character had no personality besides being a curious and good-natured kid

  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes

    ★★★½

    No one (for me personally) can top Benedict Cumberbatch‘s performance as Sherlock,  but Henry Cavill now comes close second for me. Never thought we would get such an attractive portrayal of the character 👀

    „Enola Holmes“ is much better than it should be. It has the right amount of feelgood and fluff to make for an entertaining watch. I think I would‘ve eaten this up a few years back and completely fell in love with it, but even now I…