Raphael Georg Klopper

Raphael Georg Klopper

"As far back as I can remenber, I've always wanted to be a filmaker!"

Favorite films

  • Kiss Me Deadly
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Stalker
  • Apocalypse Now

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  • Halloween Kills

    ★★★½

  • Scenes from a Marriage

    ★★★

  • The Last Duel

    ★★★★

  • Den of Thieves

    ★★★

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  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    ★★★½

    Yet again another film this year that caught me scratching my head around what was all the hate about seeing so many mixed reviews. Them the third act came around and I fully understood most of it, but up until them, what Halloween Kills was showing to me was quite easily the BEST sequel that the original has ever gotten in all this years, and you can charge me later for that statement that I’ll firmly stand by!

    Especially those…

  • Scenes from a Marriage

    Scenes from a Marriage

    Turning Bergman into a cable soap opera with empty progressive attempts
     
    The concept of passion may sound innocuous for the most pessimistic, and complex to the most... passionate so to speak, with regard to the strong emotions that this feeling, or psychological effect, encompasses in its effects. For the most part, it almost seems to function as a driving force in many narratives that propose to question the veracity of a given feeling in relation to affective relationships: love,…

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  • Arrival

    Arrival

    ★★★★★

    "Arrival" is just another one of those films where perhaps by now, every possible compliment has been spent to praise how good and special it is. Hype maybe? Certainly, but it's a hype that matches the greatness we find here, which might just be the best work that the talented and promising Dennis Villeneuve has done to this day! Drinking from the source of some of the best examples from the genre of science fiction to deliver here another excellent…

  • Hell or High Water

    Hell or High Water

    ★★★★★

    There are many who question whether films like "No Country for Old Man" is a true Western, as it happens to take place in the present days and not in the time of the old Cowboys. Maybe now this new David Mackenzie film puts an end to this doubt and questioning. Because even with its facet of a (great) crime/assault film, we found, yet, a decent Western film made nowadays.

    Where the vast desert of the modern West, full of…