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Favorite films

  • Doctor Who: The End of Time
  • Killers of the Flower Moon
  • Jam
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Recent activity

  • Tel Aviv on Fire


  • Tramps


  • Darkman


  • Saw

Pinned reviews

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    "Not everything is fleeting. Some feelings are deep."

    🔈 Extraordinary minimalism, told in a scale Sciamma has waited on for years - Céline's genius has been building for a decade and Portrait is her exhale, her 'let it all out' moment - I am actually super curious whether this will be a start to a run of masterpieces for her or if it really is just a magnum opus. I really like her previous three features, love a lot about…

Recent reviews

  • Tel Aviv on Fire

    Tel Aviv on Fire


    He can teach her to shoot. That's romantic.
    In our reality there is no Romeo & Juliet.


    A genius film that needs to be seen by more people.

    "Never Forget 😑✊️. Never Forget the Holocaust 😑✊️."
    Oh yeah? Well y'all sure as hell love to forget 1948.

  • Darkman



    Grateful because I can only assume this is the primary reason for the Raimi/spider-man green light. And I can see why! This is frankly iconic throughout.

    Why the fuck didn't Liam Neeson do any other performances like this though? This is by far the best I've seen him on screen and he pulls off the wild overacting one-liner Campbell/Cage-channeling performance so well.

    Would love to see a Trainspotting type sequel where time has passed and everyone is older. I just want this sweet Raimi/Neeson collab back.

Popular reviews

  • Ikiru


    "It's our human duty to enjoy life."

    My first Kurosawa has left me astounded. Ikiru - meaning 'To Live' - successfully crushes that ever-so-reputable challenge in making the audience think about life yet still remain as an artistic escape for them. It made me think about my future and my past, it made me think about family and friends, it made me think about you - it didn't once make me think about the year this was made; Ikiru never…

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho

    "I'm into, uh, well, murders and executions, mostly."

    I am not hesitant whatsoever when I say that American Psycho is the most feminist movie ever made.
    It's 100 minutes of mocking men...and it's done beautifully.