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Favorite films

  • A Silent Voice
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • The Northman
  • Grave of the Fireflies

Recent activity

  • Minions: The Rise of Gru


  • The Princess


  • Batman: Dying Is Easy

  • Men


Pinned reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    "For most of our history, we knew the Earth was the center of the universe. We killed and tortured people for saying otherwise. That is, until we discovered that the Earth is actually revolving around the Sun, which is just one sun out of trillions of suns. And look at us, trying to deal with the fact that all of that exists inside of one universe out of who knows how many...And who knows what great discovery is coming next…

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    "I will avenge you, Father! I will save you, Mother! I will kill you, Fjölnir!"

    After a strong start with The VVitch and The Lighthouse, Robert Eggers stepped up where most filmmakers and visionary storytellers failed as the tale of revenge and fate unfolds through the years of experiences of the protagonist of the epic feature film, Amleth.

    The Northman delivers such a tale of epic proportions through an epic and thorough integration of a script that defies classic revenge…

Recent reviews

  • Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Minions: The Rise of Gru


    The worldwide sensation and middle-age meme stars, known as the Minions, and their (mini) boss Gru make a return to the big screen since their last appearance in Despicable Me 3, 5 years ago. The main minion trio from the first instalment (Kevin, Stuart, and Bob) lead the hoard once again with the addition of Otto who represents the humour and stupidity of these small yellow creatures.

    As much as this film brings about a lot of fun to the…

  • Lightyear



    Lightyear is a demonstration of Pixar's advancement in the craft of computer-generated animation when compared to its humble beginnings in 1995's Toy Story delivering an overall visually-stunning experience. The promise of an exciting adventure brought by an interesting concept about space travel spanning a century and Chris Evans gracefully picking up where Tim Allen left off was completely shattered by a cliche straight-to-the-point writing with plenty of plotholes, especially in its disappointing final act.

Popular reviews

  • Jerry & Marge Go Large

    Jerry & Marge Go Large


    "It's not about the math. It's about being human"

    This quote ironically isn't translated into the execution of Jerry & Marge Go Large as the majority of the characters are as hollow and empty as the small town they live in. Cranston and Bening together were the best parts, bringing about fun and heart in their characters, establishing one of the infinitesimally few things I cared about in this feature film.

  • Father of the Bride

    Father of the Bride


    Enter the messy personal struggles of a successful Cuban-American self-made architect Billy as he juggles a failing marriage and the sudden bombshell that is his older daughter Sofia's engagement to the son of a Mexican tycoon. Father of the Bride brings a couple of issues that other ethnically rich forms of media bring, one of them being the generational gaps between the characters, which brings about a clash between conservative "old-fashioned" traditions and personal preferences that can seem difficult for…