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Recent reviews

  • Breakfast at Tiffany's

    Breakfast at Tiffany's


    "Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a classic 1961 romantic comedy film directed by Blake Edwards. Based on Truman Capote's novella of the same name, the movie stars Audrey Hepburn in one of her most iconic roles as Holly Golightly, a charming and enigmatic New York socialite.

    The film follows the story of a struggling writer, Paul Varjak (played by George Peppard), who becomes intrigued by Holly Golightly, his quirky and vivacious neighbor. As Paul gets to know Holly better, he discovers…

  • To Die For

    To Die For


    "To Die For" is like a wild ride on the fame train, and Nicole Kidman's Suzanne Stone is the conductor you never knew you needed. She's a walking, talking tornado of ambition and manipulation, hell-bent on turning her small-town life into a Hollywood blockbuster.

Popular reviews

  • Let the Right One In

    Let the Right One In


    Despite this being a vampire movie, it isn't a horror flick. It's a love story about two kids that are having trouble fitting in to society. It's a movie about isolation, loneliness and being perceived as different by those around you, until one day, you find the person who will accept you for who you are without asking any questions. The sequence of grotesque events is so outrageous that it is almost, but not quite, funny.

  • Past Lives

    Past Lives


    "Past Lives" is a poignant exploration of the complexities of unrequited love. This beautifully written narrative weaves together longing, desire, and sacrifice, portraying the profound emotional journey of characters whose hearts are entangled in a love that can never fully materialize. The story's authenticity, eloquent prose, and relatable characters make it an immersive experience, evoking the rollercoaster of emotions that accompany such a love. While it lacks a conventional happy ending, its open-endedness serves as a powerful reminder that love's impact transcends closure, leaving an indelible mark on the soul and highlighting the importance of the journey over the destination.