Noah DiVincenzo

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Favorite films

  • Funeral Parade of Roses
  • On the Silver Globe
  • Ex Machina
  • Too Old to Die Young

Recent activity

  • Dream Scenario


  • May December


  • Europa


  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn


Pinned reviews

  • Godland



    Who do you worship? 
    If not who, then what?

    Are you one with nature ? 
    Do you feel mother earths sweet embrace?
    Or do you fail to feel the interconnectedness of everything around you?

    Watch patiently as the atmosphere around you changes color, the air becomes cold, or warm; and man reaches the end of his life, while child is born at that same very moment. It can be missed within the blink of an eye, or the entire universe can be felt against your cheek with the passing breeze.

    I know what I worship:
    Any film that looks like this. 

    (Tarkovsky would be proud)

  • Rebels of the Neon God

    Rebels of the Neon God


    A lonely limbo of lethargic nothingness and lacrimal lights
    A vacated mind , pouring rain and an arduous bind 
    A laissez faire outlook amongst the lonely modern world 
    A morbid mind, or a morbid life: filled with lights 
    Aimlessly obsessing over something 
    Sometimes it feels like nothing
    Will we realize it’s too late , 
    Or will we lock eyes with James dean
    And meet our imminent fate.

Recent reviews

  • Dream Scenario

    Dream Scenario


    We live in a world where movies like this exist, and that’s definitely funny. Unless you’re looking in from the outside I suppose. Then you totally wouldn’t get it.

    A massive commentary on our silly moments of glory, & especially our twisted downfalls.
    And then before you know it……’re totally irrelevant once again.
    And yes, we’re all irrelevant but many of us will never realize that fact.

    It doesn’t happen to all of us, but if it ever happens to you,…

  • May December

    May December


    A fascinating and sick-joke of a film that plays beautifully, with a haunting soundtrack & intensity from every one of its dramatic shots.
    Love the Persona-esque ability this one holds and the odes to other films where two women essentially become one.
    BUT, I felt as if not much was said. I mean this in a good and bad way. So much is left out for interpretation, sick interpretations that one could ponder on for quite long. I love so much…

Popular reviews

  • Triangle of Sadness

    Triangle of Sadness


    In the end, it really only comes down to one thing: the difference between H&M and Balenciaga.

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    Was I bored ? 
    not at all.

    Was I impressed, 
    not so much. 

    Was it predictable?
    most definitely.

    Would I watch it again?

    Was Ralph Fiennes the best part of it all?
    hell yeah.

    And was it super goofy?