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Favorite films

  • The Third Part of the Night
  • Ms .45
  • Seconds
  • Mother Joan of the Angels

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  • Phantom of the Paradise

    ★★★★

  • The Crow

    ★★★½

  • Psycho II

    ★★★½

  • I Am Andrew Tate

    ★★★

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  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse

    ★★★★½

    I think that someone is trying to kill me
    Infecting my blood and destroying my mind
    No man of the flesh could ever stop me
    The fight for this fish is a fight to the death

    THE LIGHTHOUSE (2019) is Robert Eggers' version of PERSONA (1966). With a trunk full of shit, piss, farts, cum and sea creatures, he secludes to a remote island accompanied by two grueling seamen to catch a fragment of the insane. Cleansed from Ingmar Bergman's…

  • Maestro

    Maestro

    ★★

    An extremely hollow biopic that is so in love with its subject that it barely tells you anything, and also happens to have some eye-stealing prosthetics. No, I’m not talking about BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, but if MAESTRO wasn’t disguised in artful Academy Ratio and beautiful black-and-white imagery, I guess no one would be able to distinguish.

    Jokes aside, Bradley Cooper’s sophomore feature is as irrelevant and mindnumbingly boring as any biopic, or story of that matter, could be. Why the hell…

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  • Phantom of the Paradise

    Phantom of the Paradise

    ★★★★

    Winslow, what a foolish thing to do. Didn't you read you contract closely? See where it says 'terms of agreement', can you read what it says? 'This contract terminates with Swan.' No more suicides, Winslow. You gave up your right to rest in peace when you signed this contract.”

  • The Crow

    The Crow

    ★★★½

    A movie made for all the kids, who used to stay up late to watch Headbanger's Ball back in MTV's glory days.

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  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes

    ★★★

    There's a lot of people-being-drowned-in-toilets scenes out there, and whenever I see one I think to myself: "If it was me I would struggle for a while and then play dead, only to gain momentum, get my head up and fight back". To this day I had never seen this done in a film so I just want to thank ENOLA HOLMES (2020) for finally doing the logical thing that only took 120 years of cinema. Well done! Besides forever changing the course of drowning-in-toilet-scenes this Sherlock Holmes spin-off is sweet and innocent without much at risk.

  • After We Fell

    After We Fell

    ½

    Sorry babe, but the military boxing gloves stay on during sex.