• Persona



    Nobody and I mean nobody understands the human soul and the human condition better than Bergman. Persona is fascinating, intense, mysterious, complicated and quite enjoyable I should say. Once again, I have fallen deeply in love with Bergman's close-ups.

  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver


    There isn't anything to say that hasn't been said about this masterpiece. Simply put, Taxi Driver is a fine example of masterclass filmmaking. Films just don't get better than this and you just have to sit down and accept that, marvel fanboys.

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    Absolutely overwhelmed by this film. Now I'm gonna be totally honest here, I did not in a million years expect this to be THIS good. Emerald Fennell and Carey Mulligan deserve all of the praise they are getting as what they have created is a bold, provocative, never done before, badass film that its story is not only unique, relevant and powerful, but it's also aesthetically very pleasing. I sure know who and what film I will be rooting for this awards season.

  • The Godfather: Part II

    The Godfather: Part II


    I've said it before and I'll say it again, The Godfather Part II is way superior than its predecessor. Still, it's no Goodfellas.

  • One, Two, Three

    One, Two, Three


    An absolutely incredible, hilarious political satire. One, Two, Three benefits from its super fast pace, a flawless screenplay and an electrifying James Cagney to create one of the finest comedies ever. Billy Wilder just does not miss.

  • Funny Games

    Funny Games


    Brutal, disturbing, provocative and mind-blowing. Michael Haneke's Funny Games is a film I won't forget about anytime soon. Holy fuck.

  • The Godfather

    The Godfather


    It's no goodfellas but it's still pretty good.

  • The Children's Hour

    The Children's Hour


    Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLain give their absolute best in this William Wyler film, managing to really connect with their characters so well. And God knows how much I hated the children while watching this, which means that they also gave powerful performances. Y'all should really watch this...

  • Ocean's Eleven

    Ocean's Eleven


    Ocean's Eleven is definitely not your typical heist movie. It's so entertaining, funny and fast-paced thanks to it's stellar hot cast, Steven Soderbergh's exceptional direction, and brilliant editing.

  • Hereditary



    So much better and scarier the second time watching it. Hereditary is the true embodiment of a great horror movie. Ari Aster has established himself as one of the finest directors out there, and Toni Collette easily gave the best performance of 2018, absolutely flawless.

  • The Young Girls of Rochefort

    The Young Girls of Rochefort


    Easily one of the greatest musicals ever made. The Young Girls of Rochefort is a delightful, beautiful and colorful film that is also emotionally affecting. The songs, the choreography, the cast, the direction, everything was so wonderful and magical. I just love this film so much.

  • Life Is Beautiful

    Life Is Beautiful


    So I finally watched this and I... didn't like it?

    Roberto Benigni's Life Is Beautiful is different than any other Holocaust movie ever made, not special, just different. I kinda admire the way Benigni approached the subject as he adds comedy and humor into it but that in general, didn't work for me. I guess the main problem for me was that I wasn't moved as I thought I would be while I was watching. But besides all that, I do appreciate Benigni's intentions and even his performance, wouldn't say Oscar worthy but he still gave a pretty good performance.