Favorite films

  • Bicycle Thieves
  • Pather Panchali
  • Seven Samurai
  • Au Revoir les Enfants

Recent activity

  • Seven Games From Glory


  • The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Film in 3D


  • The Fabelmans


  • Dreams


Pinned reviews

  • It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life


    "Dear George, remember no man is a failure who has friends."

    Every December, It's a Wonderful Life returns to homes and theaters worldwide, as people seek to revisit this enduring holiday classic, or experience its magic for the first time. Undoubtedly the greatest Christmas movie of all time, it is a bit of a disservice to attach the "holiday film" label to Capra's masterpiece at all; this is an exceptional film at any time of year. Nevertheless, there is something…

  • Millennium Actress

    Millennium Actress


    Cinema. I love its history and all its depth and breadth. I am driven by a desire to see everything, despite an understanding that there will always be something more to see. I relish the idea that every first-time watch carries with it the potential to be a new all-time favorite, and I seek out different kinds of films, knowing that each new style/director/era I explore opens gateways to new experiences and cinematic paths. I’ve seen thousands of films and…

Recent reviews

  • Koi... Mil Gaya

    Koi... Mil Gaya


    The movie that answers the timeless question: “What if Forrest Gump was the protagonist of E.T.: The Musical?”

  • RRR



    My first Indian film in a theater could not have gone much better. Rajamouli rocks.

Popular reviews

  • Gunda



    Bela Tarr’s Babe

  • Scenes from a Marriage

    Scenes from a Marriage


    Ingmar Bergman's epic mini-series, Scenes from a Marriage, is a brilliant, intimate observational study of a couple's marriage. At the start of the film, Marianne (Liv Ullmann) and Johan (Erland Josephson) have been agreeably (if not always happily) married for ten years. Bergman's film meets a couple that seems to have it all together, peels back the façade, and shows us the tension right under the surface.

    Ullmann and Josephson provide powerhouse performances, and their chemistry here is probably the…