• Little Joe

    Little Joe


    Body-snatcher in the form of pollinating plants sprinkled with stale dialogue and thin storyline. Stylish palette though.

  • Tenet



    concept over story. 
    There’s a line at the beginning of the movie where the scientist is telling the protagonist, “Don’t try to understand it, just feel it.” the only thing I felt during the two and a half hour was my butt growing numb.

    one star is for rob pat

  • Angel's Egg

    Angel's Egg

    played  like a fever dream of a christian agnostic.

  • Cube


    Just enough entertainment, creativity, and philosophical inquiries for a low-budget horror. The imaginative way of instilling claustrophobia and paranoia in the characters reminded me of the Twilight Zone episode, Five People in Search if an Exit. Maybe the characters are simply in hell.

    For this, I excuse the inconsistent and sometimes hilarious acting.

  • Underwater



    The only thing I remember is that it all happened underwater. 

    A movie that holds potential but lost it completely to flat characters, unorganized construction, and most critically, no central ideology to pull it all together. 
    Also, Stewart looks more anxious than scared in all of the scenes, but that’s for most her performances anyways.

  • Joker


    uggghhh???? Maybe the character is too familiar to have a punch in the reveal of his backstory, especially with a mediocre plot. The  acting was trying so hard to support the thin storyline. Whatever the movie was trying to say the only message I got was “awww joker is a sad character that’s why he kills people, period.”

  • A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

    A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

    cool, visually striking, sensual

  • Picnic at Hanging Rock

    Picnic at Hanging Rock


    "Horror need not always be a long-fanged gentleman in evening clothes or a dismembered corpse or a doctor who keeps a brain in his gold fish bowl. It may be a warm sunny day, the innocence of girlhood and hints of unexplored sexuality that combine to produce a euphoria so intense it becomes transporting, a state beyond life or death. Such horror is unspeakable not because it is gruesome but because it remains outside the realm of things that can…

  • Jesus Camp

    Jesus Camp

    Perhaps another watch nurturing my confirmation bias, but arguably a better made documentary (or horror film) than Religulous. Reminds me a lot of Richard Dawkin's the God Delusion, maybe should reread that book again.

    “There is something infantile in the presumption that somebody else has a responsibility to give your life meaning and point… The truly adult view, by contrast, is that our life is as meaningful, as full and as wonderful as we choose to make it.” R. Dawkins

    “That it will never come again is what makes life so sweet.” Emily Dickinson

  • Yi Yi

    Yi Yi

    We fall, and some dreams are lost along the way. But a stricken man still has miles to go, and a fallen dream does not signal an end. With destruction comes growths, and newfound motivation for life in this bleakness. We are born adrift, salvation was never the goal, living at the moment of the struggle is.


    我 只能看到前面,看不到後面,


  • Moana



    It made me happy period

  • Your Name.

    Your Name.


    notes to myself: 
    故事敘述拼湊式不錯,音樂穿插太多,後半節奏重複性。Some pretty interesting ideas (dream,time, crossing to the other world, transience of comet) but not enough consistency and meaning. Protagonists' connection didn't seem too fleshed out for me. Some parts were too cheesy to handle. 
    Why did they forget what happened? (dream or because the needed to give something important in return)