Favorite films

  • La La Land
  • The Night of the Hunter
  • In the Mood for Love
  • Before Sunset

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Recent reviews

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

    Thor: Love and Thunder


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Thor: Love and Thunder has an interesting story with a unique villain in Gorr. The special effects and action sequences are impressive, and the performances from the cast are solid. However, the pacing is somewhat slow at times, and the ending feels a bit rushed. Overall, it's a decent addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it could have been better.

    Natalie Portman shines in her role as Jane Foster in Thor: Love and Thunder. She brings a sense of…

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The Menu is an intense, thought-provoking thriller that explores the dark side of celebrity chef culture. The film follows Tyler and his companion Margot as they travel to an exclusive restaurant on a private island, only to discover that the dinner they are attending is not what it seems.

    The acting in this film is top-notch, with standout performances from the entire cast. Chef Julian Slowik, played by Ralph Fiennes, is particularly terrifying as he descends into madness and orchestrates…

Popular reviews

  • Akira



    Akira is one of those films that I appreciate more than I like. The animation is very good and several of the messages it wants to convey are solid, but I wasn't completely connected to its characters and although entertaining it wasn't completely emotionally satisfying for me.

  • Minari



    Minari is definitely the kind of film that American cinema needs so badly, stories that portray human realities and don't fall into melodrama and clichés to be commercially viable.

    Minari is the definition of a slowburn, the film introduces you to this immigrant family and you watch their daily lives, much of the film is just this, which makes you really care about this family and when the end comes it is even more powerful.

    Lee Isaac Chung's direction is…