Favorite films

  • K.G.F: Chapter 2
  • Fallen Angels
  • RRR
  • Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

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  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial


  • Obi-Wan Kenobi


  • K.G.F: Chapter 2


  • Kaithi


Pinned reviews

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice


    Zack Snyder Ranked

    “We know better now, don't we? Devils don't come from hell beneath us. No, they come from the sky.”

    Well here we are, after a very long time I finally decided to do it. I’ve now watched the ultimate edition of Batman V Superman. I remember first watching this movie when it came out in 2016, I remember being so excited to see some of the biggest heroes go head to head with one another. I remember…

  • Heat



    Top 100
    Michael Mann Ranked

    “Don’t let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.”

    The first time I ever saw Heat was early 2020 when I just had begun getting into cinema, at the time I enjoyed it but I was never able to truly appreciate it. Fast forward a year ahead, I’ve learnt so much more about cinema and my love…

Recent reviews

  • Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets



    “That's where you're wrong. Love is more powerful than anything else, Valerian. It breaks all rules, all laws, and overpowers any army or government. Just look at her. For one second, put yourself in her position. She lost all of her people and her child, and she's willing to forgive. That's real love. It's the trust you place in someone else. I thought I could be that someone else for you.”

    Man this movie slaps so good it has…

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    2022 Ranked
    Robert Eggers has carved a niche for himself making visually arresting, thoroughly researched historical films with supernatural and folkloric overtones. It’s hyper specific and gave us two of the best movies of their kind of the past decade,  for example The Lighthouse from 2019. A movie so deeply unsettling it explores several universal themes in the weirdest ways possible. His newest movie, The Northman, is by far his least “weird”.Which kinda is a bit sad personally as I enjoy…

Popular reviews

  • Black Coal, Thin Ice

    Black Coal, Thin Ice


    An intriguing combination of neo-noir and Chinese realism, Black Coal, Thin Ice demonstrates director Yi'nan Diao's genre literacy. From the lighting, to the troubled anti-hero, to the femme-fatale, the film is full of noir tropes. What makes the film unique is the camera's continual shift to the mundane. Unlike many other films in its genre, the revelations and acts of violence are down-played. And the plot takes a back seat to atmosphere as the audience is immersed in a bleak,…

  • Boogie Nights

    Boogie Nights


    Top 50
    PTA ranked 

    Yup, you’ve seen it here folks. The first PTA film which I’ve officially given a 5/5 is none other than the 1997 masterpiece Boogie nights. Well I’ve just finished watching it and after siting back for a few minutes this was the only score I had in mind. But we’ll see how it holds up over the next few hours. Btw before I start talking about the film, PTA was 26/27 when he made this so…