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Favorite films

  • In America
  • Still Walking
  • Angels in America
  • Casino Royale

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  • RoboCop


  • Village of the Damned


  • The Sugarland Express


  • Basquiat


Pinned reviews

  • Dune: Part Two

    Dune: Part Two


    Denis Villeneuve was cooking with epic Sci-Fi Ⓢⓟⓘⓒⓔ🌶.

  • Poor Things

    Poor Things


    Okey, so if Oppenheimer didn't come out this year, Lanthimos's thing would have won everything. Fortunately, for us cinephiles, there is always room in a year for any kind of quality cinema.

    This is an incredible production, from all the technical and beautiful aspects. Awesome costumes, make-up, production design, score, cinematography all under the flashy yet precise direction of Lanthimos. The cast was also out of this world, Emma Stone leading the pack. Also, I would like for her to…

Recent reviews

  • RoboCop



    This might have not aged in the story or social commentary but sure has aged in all the other departments. Also there are a lot of minuses in the script area.

    Only in a dystopian future you get killed at work and still return back to life as a robot that can work 24/7. And to think this was considered cool back on the 80s.

    It's a guilty pleasure, for sure.

  • Village of the Damned

    Village of the Damned


    I see that this was a remake of a 60s movie with the same name. Don't really see the point of a remake when this doesn't look 90s at all but at best late 70s. I will add the 60s version in my watchlist, see how it compares.

    Liked how Christopher Reeves retook his role as Superman, in a way.
    Not Carpenters best.

Popular reviews

  • The Iron Claw

    The Iron Claw


    Joe Jackson is father-of-the-year next to Fritz Von Erich. This is Beau is Afraid if the father was the toxic element in the life of a child.

    And hey, they could have been great, they had the mentality and the drive, if they sticked to their path, not their fathers.

    And to be so trampled by their father they even lost their voice.

    I would have given this half a star more if it had another sport at the center of this.

    Ranked in my Top 25 of 2023.

  • The Killer

    The Killer


    Even David Fincher is prone to mess up using camera shakes in close combat action. I will let this one pass because it's one of the subtle ones.

    Guess Michael is not one to waste good scotch.

    It was a fun watch, a fun film filled with details that merit multiple rewatches because Fincher is a methodical, meticulous director who loves to glamourise details.

    Ranked in my Top 25 of 2023.