• Unhinged



    I can't even tell if Russell Crowe had the time of his life filming this or if he was wondering "where the hell did I end up here", but it was fun.

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight


    Heath Ledger as the Joker gets all the credit when talking about The Dark Knight, but what makes the film so good is that all of the characters are outstanding and add so much depth to the film.
    I'm not a fan of how Nolan's Gotham City looks by the way, I prefer Burton's and Reeves' version.

  • Cloverfield



    T.J. Miller tries his best to ruin this whole thing but thankfully he doesn't succeed.

  • Prom Night

    Prom Night


    Best part was when Idris Elba whispered "it's over" "it's over" "it's over"

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion

    This film is an insult.

  • The Sadness

    The Sadness


    This is very solid and exactly what I'd expect from a zombie-apocalypse. The train-scene stands out as the highlight of the film.

  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom


    The first hour was quite good with some nice directional choices that were suspenseful (Colin Trevorrow could never) but once they leave the island everything goes downhill fast.

  • The Secret Garden

    The Secret Garden


    Central themes like mourning or the loss of a loved one are only dealt with late in the story, and before that you spend an hour with thoroughly unlikeable characters in a story that doesn't seem to go anywhere.
    The titular garden is equally unimpressive thanks to bad CGI.

  • Elvis



    Austin Butler does an amazing job here and Baz Luhrmann's style is always captivating. I don't mind Tom Hanks in this though he is a bit of a miscast (or let's say casted for obvious reasons/awards season)

  • Lightyear



    Visually impressive, story-wise very generic, which is sad because the premise has so much potential.
    The "scandalous" kiss is so casual, so harmless and so beautiful that you feel like losing faith in humanity, considering that some countries ban the film because of it.

  • The Harder They Fall

    The Harder They Fall


    It took me some time to get into it but Jonathan Majors is such a great leading actor, very charismatic and likeable at the same time.

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    It's solid in a way that you always know what happens next, but actually I don't mind because the final act is absolutely breathtaking. Apart from that it gets really emotional at times and it is always nice to see Ed Harris on screen, even if it's just for a few minutes.