Favorite films

  • La La Land
  • Saving Mr. Banks
  • Dead Poets Society
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Recent activity

  • tick, tick...BOOM!


  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife


  • Love Hard


  • Eternals


Recent reviews

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!


    tick, tick...BOOM is a powerhouse of a movie. Much like Larson, Miranda also gave us a unique spin on the musical genre. He understands how to think like Larson.

    This is no ordinary musical. It's alive and feels like it's breathing with every new song. The nineties aesthetic is a character on its own. It's almost a realistic episode of Friends.

    But everything has meaning and every song pushed the story into a new direction. The execution feels chaotic and…

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife


    Despite some shortcomings and weird choices pacing-wise, I still managed to have a lot of fun with Ghostbusters Afterlife. The movie feels drastically different from its 1984 predecessor, the tone is lighter and the scope is smaller. But the quippy dialogue is still there, filled with sarcasm and one-liners. Brought to life by the colorful characters.

    The movie is packed with adventure and nostalgia. But also a lot of heart. I mean, stuff happens in the third act and I…

Popular reviews

  • The Conjuring 2

    The Conjuring 2


    "I just like to hear them scream..."

    - Bill Wilkins

    Just saw this movie in an advanced screening...let me tell you one thing, James Wan hasn't lost it...

    So it's very rare, and especially in the horror genre, that a sequel is better or as good as the first one. Well The Conjuring 2: the enfield poltergeist is a perfect example of that sort of thing. This movie was scary as shit at some points. At one time, every scene…

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    This is one of the best sequels ever made. I'd even dare to say the best one since Empire. Denis Villeneuve is a genius. He once again proved that he belongs in the scifi genre. This movie is a masterpiece. I had some expectations, of course. But the movie surpassed them easily within the first 5 minutes.

    First of all, Roger Deakins is the master of cinematography. Every shot was dripping with gorgeous imagery and it blended with some great…