Favorite films

  • Your Name.
  • The Exorcist
  • Ratatouille
  • Se7en

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  • American Graffiti


  • Pig


  • Fear Street: 1666


  • Psycho Goreman


Recent reviews

  • American Graffiti

    American Graffiti



    Had American Graffiti just evolved around the adventures of Curt and Milner and trimmed way the rest of the fat that kept the film rough, coarse and irritating, I probably would have fallen head over heels for this movie. As it stands, American Graffiti is an interesting examination of the 60s, an early progenitor of adolescent hangout films and an important symbol of pop culture that marked one of the first times where nostalgia proved to be a very…

  • Pig




    If you had told me a couple of weeks back that a Nicolas Cage film called Pig which sees him trying to track down a beloved pig that was stolen from him would actually turn out to be one of the most unusually poignant dramas that I have seen all year, then I would have surely laughed at your face at the sheer ridiculousness of something like that happen. Turns out truth is stranger than fiction because that's exactly…

Popular reviews

  • The Last Temptation of Christ

    The Last Temptation of Christ



    It's a funny thing to think about. All the controversies, the bans in various countries, the lackluster box-office performance, the negative reception from the religious community, most of which hadn't even seen the film, and all for what? Just because the filmmakers attempted to make a person, who has been synonymous nearly everywhere as a God-like entity, feel human. While I can't say if The Last Temptation of Christ is my favorite biblical film, it certainly has…

  • Come and See

    Come and See



    No. 3 at The Official Letterboxd Top 250 films

    A hauntingly mesmerizing symphony of death and destruction that puts as through over two hours of misery, sorrow and despair. An agonizing portrait about humanity at it's worst and the loss of innocence. Come and See stands as one of the greatest war films ever made. A film that tears open our mental psyche for a mental beatdown that is unlike anything else that I have ever seen. A film…