• Onward


    Long ago, the world was full of wonder. It was adventurous. It was exciting. And most of all, there was magic.

    To me, Onward will always be remembered as the last movie I watched in a theatre before the pandemic. It was already clear that things were about to change and watching this film in a movie theatre was one of the last events that felt truly normal. Onward was the calm before the storm, it was one last chance…

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit

    You're a ten-year-old kid who likes dressing up in a funny uniform and wants to be part of a club.

    One that slowly conquers the viewer's heart. At the start, I was just hating the tone of the film and where I thought it was headed; in all honesty, I was sensing some nazi propaganda vibes. Obviously, I was dead wrong and Jojo Rabbit proved to be the exact opposite. In fact, it might be the most epic roast in the entire history of cinema.

  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

    How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

    There were dragons, when I was a boy.

    Despite the fact that this sequel has a subtitle, whereas the second movie had just a number next to the title, which is absurdly annoying, it presents itself with incredible animation and further expands this already rich universe.

    By this time, these characters have already grown on all of us, which makes the writers' job much easier, often resulting in much more accomplished stories. However, this is not the case with How…

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    Summertime really is the best
    Italy has never been this beautiful and tangible
    There are so many moments ahead of us
    and this summer will probably never end.
    A whisper, a kiss, a glance
    I've never felt this before,
    maybe it's you
    this summer will probably never end.
    Call me by your name
    and I'll call you by mine
    this summer will probably never end.
    It's the last night already
    I'll never forget this
    It's morning already
    only echoes of your presence

    It's gone.

  • mid90s


    A lot of the time we feel like our lives are the worst, but I think if you looked in anybody else's closet, you wouldn't trade your shit for their shit.

    One of those rare films that makes you fall in love with cinema all over again. Jonah Hill (who knew?) captures childhood and the loss of innocence perfectly, aided by a charming score from Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross.

  • The House That Jack Built

    The House That Jack Built

    The old cathedrals often have sublime artworks hidden away in the darkest corners for only God to see. The same goes for murder.

    Every Lars von Trier’s film feels like an event and it could even be said that it is like a box of chocolates. Well, The House that Jack Built has got to be a fine Milka bar.
    Could contain spoilers (?), not sure.

    The House that Jack Built focuses on Jack, a fan of architecture, an engineer…

  • Trainspotting



    It's shite being Scottish! (...) Some hate the English. I don't. They're just wankers. We, on the other hand, are colonized by wankers. Can't even find a decent culture to be colonized by.

    It would be reasonable to say that Trainspotting saved my life.

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    All the best memories are hers.

    Every single shot in Blade Runner 2049 sends shivers down my spine. Hans Zimmer's music helps a lot. It's overwhelming.

    I still can't get behind that whole Joi thing and the amount of time that was spent with that subplot, namely the sex scene, in spite of its delicacy and technical perfection. I understand it serves a purpose; it defines another level/layer of artificial intelligence and it enhances K's humanity, in a way. Also,…

  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer

    The Killing of a Sacred Deer


    A surgeon never kills a patient. An anaesthesiologist can kill a patient, but a surgeon never can.

    I'm pretty sure that someone has already stated this, but just in case: Yorgos Lanthimos's all four major feature films have very similar posters, both in colour and shape. Is this indicative of a shared universe?

    It's nice to see something refreshing, in the sense that it doesn't play out like you'd expect. Don't get me wrong, but even the most unpredictable of…

  • Columbus



    That scene where Casey and Jin are smoking a cigarette in front of her no. 3 building has to be one of the most beautiful moments of 2017 cinema.

  • Dunkirk



    We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.
    - Winston Churchill

    First, there’s a brief, peaceful moment. It makes you think you have a chance to get home. Then, you hear the first bullet. The second follows; and so on. Your comrades are dead. You…

  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

    King Arthur: Legend of the Sword


    I'm not getting drawn into this mess!

    Great piece of entertainment. More movies should use the trailer's song in the actual picture.