• Dog in a Sidecar

    Dog in a Sidecar


    RIP Yuko Takeuchi.

  • A Boy and Sungreen

    A Boy and Sungreen


    Such a cute Korean indie dramedy with likeable characters. Bo-hee and Nok-yang's beautiful friendship is the most interesting part of this film.

  • Romance Doll

    Romance Doll


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

    Had a lot of potential and Yu Aoi was just as lovely as ever but it just fell flat by the end. I also had issues with the fact that Tetsuo chose to model his ultimate love doll, which immediately sold like pancakes, after his recently deceased wife. Wtf?!

    never young beach's music made my ears happy though ❤️

  • Tour de Pharmacy

    Tour de Pharmacy


    That Finnish credit card commercial though. Haha!

  • Terrarium Locker Room

    Terrarium Locker Room


    Happiness never comes to those who only wait for it.

  • Unrelated



    Stella, mia bella stella, desidero che TOM HIDDLESTON!!!

  • Wood Job!

    Wood Job!


    First, it was about high school boys who developed a passion for synchronized swimming (Waterboys) followed by a bunch of lazy teenage girls who found affinity by forming a jazz band in their school (Swing Girls) and now it's about an aimless youth who had come to learn the ins and outs of forestry and appreciating it as time went on.

    Director Shinobu Yaguchi sure has a knack of making wonderful feel-good comedies with lovable characters.

  • Love Battles

    Love Battles


    You just got to give it to the two leads for taking up these physically and emotionally demanding roles which they made a real good job out of.

  • A Moment of Innocence

    A Moment of Innocence


    Not particularly wowed by it but it's a piece of Iranian cinema worth seeing by all cinephiles.

  • Paris



    Loved how it showed Paris in all its glory and how beautiful Juliette Binoche, Mélanie Laurent and Romain Duris are.

    The interconnected stories and most of the many characters didn't give much impressions though.

  • Bori



    A tender and heartfelt film about a young girl's struggle to fit in with her hearing impaired family.

  • Charade



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

    While there are a handful of twists and turns in this film, I would have liked this even more if I was wrong in predicting that the fake Bartholomew/Carson Dyle was the main antagonist all along.

    Those lovely Givenchy coats worn by Audrey Hepburn are just to die for!