Oskar.

Oskar.

Favorite films

  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
  • All of Us Strangers
  • Thunder Road
  • Video Diary of a Lost Girl

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  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

    ★★★★½

  • Avengement

    ★★★½

  • Blood and Steel

    ★★★

  • All of Us Strangers

    ★★★★

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  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

    ★★★★½

    It's mind-blowing to think that James Stewart was only thirty-one at the time of this film's release. The man had just barely entered his thirties, and already- he was churning out quality work of this magnitude.

    Appointed senator in the wake of his predecessor's death, Jefferson Smith (Stewart), makes the trip to our nation's capitol, ready to be sworn in. He arrives hopeful, naive, and full of gumption, only to quickly be met with a harsh reality check, when he…

  • Avengement

    Avengement

    ★★★½

    Maybe I just haven't had a chance to see the best projects that his filmography has to offer, but I have never been able to take Scott Adkins that seriously as an action star, much less an actor. With the exception of his goofy and fun role in John Wick: Chapter 4, I'm used to seeing him appear in bland, dull or otherwise awful films. Scott's just never left much of an impression on me, and I always fail to…

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  • All of Us Strangers

    All of Us Strangers

    ★★★★

    There are still several 2023 releases that I’ve yet to see, but I’ll be amazed if I manage to find one more beautifully heartbreaking than All of Us Strangers.

    This small and intimate story follows Adam (Andrew Scott), a screenwriter who finds the solitary routine of his life suddenly upended after a brief encounter with Harry (Paul Mescal), another young man living in his apartment complex. What starts as a missed opportunity for a casual hookup, becomes something more as…

  • Argylle

    Argylle

    ★★★

    Argylle may not be a great film by any means- it's definitely got more than its fair share of problems, but it's nowhere near the dumpster fire many have made it out to be.

    For starters, the story is surprisingly fun, focusing on an author (Bryce Dallas Howard), who's popular spy series: "Argylle", grabs the attention of a shady and covert organization- once her work begins to hit a little too close to reality.

    It's a far-fetched premise that only…