• Searching for Sugar Man

    Searching for Sugar Man


    What touched me the most that he wanted to make a difference, and he did, without even knowing it. Entertaining documentary. Highly recommended.

  • Stay as You Are

    Stay as You Are

    I was turned on so this was my only available hard-copy choice.

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


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

    I just can’t believe what I just witnessed. I’m full of tears and I’m emotionally crashed right now. But lemme speak about the happy moments first and oh the great win, we all clapped every one of us did. It was everything but failure.. A worth-waiting for. The work they did on this film was incredible. They gave each character its right. And the visual effects were extraordinary. Dialogue and scenario were satisfying af. Excellent soundtrack, excellent acting and as…

  • The Perfect Date

    The Perfect Date


    That was dumb and cute.

  • The Silence

    The Silence


    Watch it with bunch of hilarious people, it’s watchable that way.. otherwise don’t fucking bother.

  • Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father

    Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father

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

    This wasn't an easy film to sit through. This wasn’t such an experience I’d have with a documentary. I’m emotionally drained and devastated. I’m even more angry and upset that Zachary never got to see this film and know his father.. I’m deeply sad for Kat & David, they had to go through it twice! I cried my eyes out for feeling for them. I’m so so so sad. Oh my god.

  • Finding Vivian Maier

    Finding Vivian Maier


    I have never heard of her name nor her mind-blown hidden work, which’s shame on me.. but on the few first minutes I was so curious, and not gonna lie those what made me five star this film. How they prepared us the viewers -who have no clue about her- for getting to know the incredible art creator photographer was pure filmmaking. Although at the end of it, how I felt about the whole thing, how I had mixed emotions, it really made me realize this was the best documentary ever. 
    Mr. Omar, if you’re reading this thank you for the recommendation, I appreciate you.

  • Shoplifters



    Woah. I mean it’s not the first time Hirokazu Koreeda made me speechless, and touched me in so many levels possible. But in this one, in its every little detail I try to be aware of, I say wow how can someone dream this far and still reaches his dream. That tells a lot about him.. And how masterpiece this film really was.
    While watching this beauty, I thought it’d last forever or that’s at least what he made me…

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    The marathon begins.

  • The Choice

    The Choice

    I mean, NO.

  • The Parent Trap

    The Parent Trap


    I just remembered that this one is one of my favorite films when I was a kiddo. I watched it agian, and ofcourse with my lovely nieces & nephew. 
    + The same reaction and the same tears of joy everytime I see the ending! Funny thing even the kids reacted the same way I did. Pure moment I swear.

    Last thing: Didn’t we all wish Lindsay Lohan had a real twin? 
    The world would be a happy innocent place I’m sure of that.

  • Lost Highway

    Lost Highway


    This film reminds me why I love David fucking Lynch.