Favorite films

  • Taste of Cherry
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • House of Hummingbird
  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

Recent activity

  • Six Days Seven Nights


  • The Black Phone


  • Tokyo Shaking


  • Paradise Highway


Recent reviews

  • Six Days Seven Nights

    Six Days Seven Nights


    Fair warning this is a half review/half eulogy of sorts to Anne Heche.

    I first saw this film in cinema when I was 12 years old, it was no secret then, I was a fan of Anne Heche, I looked up to her presence in a world that not only judged her for who she loved but the struggles she had. Flash forward 24 years later I found myself wanting to revisit Six Days Seven Nights as an adult to…

  • Paradise Highway

    Paradise Highway


    This film is okay, at best. It’s overdrawn and the plot barely moves. It’s unfortunate that given the talents of Juliette Binoche and the subject of trafficking that we would not get a better written film and more serious at that. Granted, she did the best she could.Β 

    The peak of this movie is Juliette singing β€œone way or another” by Blondie while driving a big rig truck. Otherwise, it’s something I’d never watch again, this coming from one of Juliette’s biggest supporters.

Popular reviews

  • Elisa & Marcela

    Elisa & Marcela


    Elisa & Marcela, is really a beautifully done black and white film by Isabel Coixet based on the true story about the love between two woman, and actually the first same-sex marriage in Spain. I simply adored how Isabel captured the atmosphere throughout the film and in my opinion has stunning cinematography. Just the amount that these woman had to go through in this film to stay with each other, and just how it feels to be in love - it…

  • On Golden Pond

    On Golden Pond


    "you old poop" -- lines I live for when Katharine Hepburn says them.

    I absolutely loved this film, it made me laugh, made me teary. What I enjoyed the most about this film that resonates with so many people is the relationship between Henry Fonda's and Katharine Hepburn's character. This is a type of love that anyone would be lucky to have. Not only does this film touch on human connections between spouses growing old together but also between a…