Favorite films

  • Ikiru
  • Amadeus
  • The Shining
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still

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  • 13 Assassins


  • Police Story 3: Super Cop


  • Ran


  • The Big Lebowski


Pinned reviews

  • Good Night, and Good Luck.

    Good Night, and Good Luck.


    If there ever was a modern film piece that showed the class and the intelligence of the booming 50s in the United States of America; then George Clooney’s Good Night, And Good Luck would surely and most effortlessly fall under that category. I’m always delighted if a film is able to teach me something; or rather bring me aware of a piece of history I wasn’t already aware of. Going into this film I knew nothing about Edward Murrow and…

  • Se7en



    Showing one of your favourite films to your friends for the very first time and noticing they’re actually enjoying it; is honestly one of the most heartwarming and fuzzy feelings you can possibly get. Seeing them have actual taste is enough to make a grown man cry.

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Recent reviews

  • The Whale

    The Whale


    Fairly recently I’ve been seeing Darren Aranofsky’s The Whale get compared to 2018s Best Picture winner Green Book. In that all the praise and awards the film has been receiving for the last few months, will be soured and eventually forgotten. In that respect I partly agree, but where the two films differ the most in my opinion and may I say that it is an enormous difference; is that Brendan Fraser carries the movie on his back like it's…

  • Mass



    I cannot believe it myself, but 2021 keeps pulling out tons of pleasantly welcomed surprises; and Fran Kranz's directorial debut 'Mass' is assuredly no exception. I truly can not remember the last time I have been this moved, griped and full of ache while watching a feature film. 'Mass' is a performance and dialogue driven film and it excels at both. It's a film where every line of text is given in the most expert way possible and where each…

Popular reviews

  • The Most Dangerous Game

    The Most Dangerous Game


    You gotta admit; the Zodiac killer had a poor taste in movies.

  • Stalker



    "My conscience wants vegetarianism to win over the world. And my subconscious is yearning for a piece of juicy meat. But what do I want?"

    Surreal, dreamlike, haunting and mesmerizing. Words cannot describe enough how many emotions you feel from this Tarkovsky multi-layered experience.

    It's a film that has to be witnessed, felt and lived with the human eye, conscience and soul. A film that will change your life for better or worse. Cinema doesn't get any better than this, folks. So in other words, it's deep af.

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