• Kate



    It’s predictable, entirely unoriginal and yet another Netflix movie like all Netflix movies.
    But it’s also so pretty, used it’s Tokyo aesthetic to its fullest and has Mary Elizabeth Winstead kicking absolute ass. I can’t be mad.

  • Malignant



    A movie that commits to the camp with excellent technical wizardry and a ridiculous third act that had me so utterly speechless in a way I’ve never experienced in a long while.
    A little overstretched and some puzzling score choices but this was so fucking incredible. I cannot believe that James Wan was given the budget to create something like this and oh boy he fucking nails how stupid he wants this entire thing to be.

  • Black Bear

    Black Bear


    Now wait a minute: this was kinda amazing?? The first half was more in-line was what I expected it to be but the second half??? 
    Of all movies it reminded me of Mother! Also a film that snapped halfway and instilled such a sense of stress throughout until it exploded at the end with just enough to be left up to interpretation.
    And just like Lawrence did in that, Plaza acted the everloving fuck out of this one. Cannot recommend this enough.

  • Kajillionaire



    Happiness does come from dumb things.
    Love this off kilter movie that I can’t even begin to describe. 
    So deeply weird, sweet and warm for a story about how much old people fucking sucks. 
    Evan Rachel Wood is magnificent and the score is hauntingly beautiful. Praying she does more projects like this and Westworld going forward.

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2


    It’s honestly a crime this suit isn’t in the Spider-Man game

  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    The Amazing Spider-Man


    The swinging and action scenes in these movies are SO good urgh I can’t get over how all these potentials were just squandered with this final product.
    And why is 70% of the movie set at night it’s fucking Spider-Man 😭

  • Annette



    Very much a love it or hate it kind of movie. Whatever you may think of it, Leos Carax undeniably set out to make something very special and simply did not disappoint.
    Weird in the best way, visually enthralling and has Adam Driver in one of my favourite performance this year. The middle chunk dragged a little and Marion Cotillard wasn’t in it as much as I’d love but god….this movie!

  • Spider-Man 2

    Spider-Man 2


    This is cinema

  • Reminiscence



    Man I was so excited at WB taking a chance at an original Lisa Joy sci-fi flick. 
    Cool world, with the an excellent cast and never a boring shot to look at but damn what convoluted mess that doesn’t amount to much while also being way too long.

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    Two things first:
    1. You should probably get to know David Lowery’s works first before watching this one to set some expectations of how his movies usually feels.
    2. You should also probably read the source material before watching this so you’ll understand clearer what’s actually happening because Lowery really doesn’t hold you hand. (
    thank you random Reddit user for suggesting that).
    What a fantastic adaptation of a story from a side we really don’t get to see much of…

  • Till Death

    Till Death


    Sometimes all a movie needs is Megan Fox covered in blood and Megan Fox killing men

  • Girl, Interrupted

    Girl, Interrupted


    Liked this more the second time round. Undoubtedly Winona Ryder and Jolie’s best performance just so fucking mesmerising to watch these two play off each other.