• Reminiscence

    Reminiscence

    ★★

    Someone should tell Hugh Jackman he’d still be attractive to most women if he stopped frowining like an enraged guerilla all the time

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Would've liked it much more if the last somewhat twenty minutes wasn't a fake story happening in his head, if it was real, then we'd something very innovative on our hands: A hero that we watch intensely, who pursues his path to glory but in the end simply pussies out of the quest. Still, the cinematography is descent so the long run-time didn't bother me that much

  • Smoking / No Smoking

    Smoking / No Smoking

    ★½

    I’ve never felt this much “it’s not bad but still fuck this movie” about a movie before

  • Tau

    Tau

    I have a hard time believing, Tau, one of the most advanced AIs in the future, is manipulated by Maika Monro'e cleavage

  • Zola

    Zola

    I can't say it had a surprising script, it didn't, the whole story is simple and mundane; how come I don't care about that? because this movie looks absolutely gorgeous. It's one of the sexiest movies I've ever seen, the colors and the lighting is superb; and yeah it had sexy people in it, especially Zola herself. Hot Damn! The 86 minutes runtime actually feels even shorter, this film flies to a finish swiftly and masterfully that you don't even have time to even ask about how and why, you just join this group of people in what's happening. what a breath of fresh air.

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    ★½

    I mean if you're making a movie this shitty, you should at least show me a little of Pugh’s sexy skin so I can jerk off to it

  • Bacurau

    Bacurau

    ★★★★

    “We’ve used psychotropic drugs, you're gonna die.”
    The most special thing about this bad-ass little flick is that it has a peculiar way of getting more and more violent; the plot starts slow and steps into madness cautiously, but when it starts to go apeshit, it's absolutely real and brutal

  • The Lure

    The Lure

    Just like Sion Sono’s Tokyo Tribe, the music of the movie felt so bad on my ears that I just couldn't continue watching. I admit the musicals are not my thing, but I liked Sweeney Todd.

  • Fear Street: 1994

    Fear Street: 1994

    ★½

    This movie failed to stir up any kind of feeling in me, let alone fear, toughest of them all. The jump-scares are so puny that it seems like the writer already knows it's not gonna scare us. It was the definition of undecided in terms of the tone of the movie, the general idea was to throw a little bit of everything in there so hopefully something works. A little bit of Friday the 13th vibes, a little bit of…

  • Hardcore

    Hardcore

    ★★★★

    As the movie was ending I asked myself why do I like this movie so much? Shouldn't it be rather boring by my standards? But I realized I mainly liked it because of a the acting and above that casting, everyone, even ones with small roles, look perfect for the part; the result is you get involved with the movie, and I couldn't pause it for a second which means I was sold.

  • Boss Level

    Boss Level

    ★★★½

    The screenplay was actually creative except for the main idea of the movie that has been done over and over again in different movies, but it didn't bother me much. Frank Grillo handles being the lead role very well and boy is he hot! The action scenes are well-shot and I enjoyed the whole experience of watching this movie as a thriller, I would have given it four stars if the last twenty minutes didn't drag like it did.

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II

    ★★★

    What I can say is: the opening sequences in both movies is just breath-taking, and I'm quite proud of the dorky Jim in the office, he is so talented. But this second movie is really not as thrilling as the first one, the script was rather lazy, and in the acting department it didn't have John Krasinsky because he was absolutely inspiring in the first movie.