Favorite films

  • Singin' in the Rain
  • Au Revoir les Enfants
  • Boogie Nights
  • Quo vadis, Aida?

Recent activity

  • Léon: The Professional


  • Le Bonheur


  • Kill Bill: Vol. 1


  • Notting Hill


Pinned reviews

  • Come and See

    Come and See


    2021’s 63rd movie • 100/100

    This movie cuts you like a knife. It’s like if you’re dreaming a beautiful dream and then somebody wakes you up and punches you in the face. Not only the movie itself is extremely important, but it’s beautiful as well. 

    Seriously, Schindler’s List is an easy watch if you compare it to this one. The last scenes are honestly traumatizing. The performances are GREAT. No complaints about this movie at all. Easily one of the greatest movies I’ve ever seen. Watching Come and See is a moment you’ll never forget.

  • Bonnie and Clyde

    Bonnie and Clyde


    2021’s 82nd movie • 97/100
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    They say this is “the movie that changed all movies” – they aren’t lying. Bonnie and Clyde is not only the perfect example of a movie that represents crime and love simultaneously, but it also completely changed the film industry. I have never seen an American movie prior to 1967 that showed so many explicit murder and sexual scenes. Do y’all understand that this movie is one…

Recent reviews

  • Léon: The Professional

    Léon: The Professional


    2021’s 146th movie • 86/100

    Crime movies aren’t always my cup of tea and just a few of them manage to make me fully entertained and involved with the story. Léon: The Professional is one of those few exceptions and I have to say it is one hell of a great movie!!! What makes it so great from my perspective is how much personality its characters have. Each one of them was necessary for the movie’s plot and have their…

  • Le Bonheur

    Le Bonheur


    2021’s 145th movie • 80/100

    Le Bonheur is an emotional, sad and hard movie to process. With a short running time of only 80 minutes, Agnès Varda still manages to hit the deepest part of every viewer’s heart. It is wonderful how the camera lavishes colorful love in France, strolls up those beautiful gardens, edges across cute streets and sweeps over the rooftop skyline with a great score mixing with cool jazz riffs in the summer air. Life was simpler…

Popular reviews

  • Shutter Island

    Shutter Island


    2021’s 142nd movie • 87/100

    I never thought I would watch a Martin Scorsese movie that is so mysterious and entertaining like this one. I’ve seen many people comparing it to Christopher Nolan’s movies but I’m not sure if he has ever come close to making a movie that’s as good as Shutter Island in my opinion. I enjoy movies that make you feel like you are the main character, and that’s exactly the feeling I felt while I was watching this.…

  • Django Unchained

    Django Unchained


    2021’s 135th movie • 86/100

    Out of all Quentin Tarantino movies I have watched, this was the one I loved the most, principally because it’s way more than just a movie, it’s a political act. Differently from Inglorious Basterds, which is just a nazi satire, Django Unchained is a slavery satire along with moral lessons and lots of criticism on racism.

    It’s clear to notice how much effort and dedication Tarantino put into this movie. It’s something you’d expect from him, but in…