I'm officially thirst-watching movies with Keanu.
"We call him GOJIRA."
I swear to god, I'm gonna kill the next person who says "TherE'S nOt enOuGH gOdZilLa iN tHiS mOviE". Gareth Edwards' Godzilla is a perfect movie but most importanly it's a perfect Godzilla movie, the only one beside the original; he perfectly balanced human stories and a battle between giant prehistoric monsters, and made a Godzilla movie that even tops the first entry of the franchise sometimes. Before this viewing I saw this Godzilla only once…
Over the past few years we've seen great accomplishments in horror films by first-time directors such as Robert Eggers (The VVitch), Jordan Peele (Get Out), Jennifer Kent (The Babadook) and Julia Ducournau (Raw). And it's pretty hard to believe that but Hereditary is Ari Aster's debute feature. Filmmaking is exceptional and igniting, Ari Aster is holding you in your seat from the very first to the very last second.
This movie tells a story of a family that consists of…
“I like it when she puts her tongue inside me.”
It’s kind of perfect? I have to admit I was extremely skeptical about the film even though I love almost everyone who was involved in it, I’m not a fan of period pieces except maybe for Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette, and I just couldn’t understand how something like The Favourite could work but obviously the master of making impossible things into chef-d'oeuvres, Yorgos Lanthimos, proved me wrong, even without being…