• Man Bites Dog

    Man Bites Dog


    Less than 5 minutes in, I just thought this is so much like The Office (US), both mockumentaries try to be as politically incorrect as possible in their respective country/era. Man bites dog obviously enjoys more freedom but the jokes were mediocre at best unlike The Office; the movie didn't make me laugh, the main character, is an extrovert murderer that has an inferiority complex, being filmed by a crew he acts and tries to be something more than he is by…

  • Images


    So, what in the actual fuck was that? What was it about? I just... You guys got it? Coool, you must be smart

  • Every Breath You Take

    Every Breath You Take

    All over the place dogshit. I mean seriously, Casey? don't take whatever they give you

  • Dead or Alive

    Dead or Alive


    Now I've seen it all, Takashi, you freak. When Miike is good, he is something else for me, takes me away like no piece of art ever could. Although it's surprising how he changes his style from movie to movie, there are some things you can probably expect watching his movies, Miike aimes to break your expectations and suppositions about plot-developement, confuse you beyond comprehension so you can barely guess a characters next move, and probably gross you out by…

  • Identification of a Woman

    Identification of a Woman


    My shitty streak of mediocre movies continue, as I watch two or three movies a day but still no good ones. 
    Let me give you a shallow review of this movie cause that's what it deserves: 
    1. If you're gonna have one guy being such a womanizer, please just make him handsome. Please. So we can believe why every one is dying to fuck him. And also the viewing will be pleasant at least, 
    2. Ida, the second or third…

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion


    As Shinji stands next to Asuka’s unconscious half-naked body on the hospital bed with a hand full of cum, he whispers: “I’m so fucked up.” and boy do I relate to that, the kind of specific personal scenes, hard to come by. The fact that with such a heavy main plot of “Angels threatening the end of times”, there's still room for this delicate notions about the desperate state of being Human, is truly something.

    Asuka’s fight with the other Evas…

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion


    This Anime looks just the way I want it to look, so I definitely enjoyed it visually. The series stands out in the way that at times seems so light-hearted that you forget the survival of the human race is at stake; The playful attractions of main characters to one another, the personal sorrows and regrets of the past, the routine school affairs, a drama within a sci-fi thriller, a masterful mesh of ordinary daily stuff with heavy stuff of…

  • Le Deuxième Souffle

    Le Deuxième Souffle


    I mean I could've like this very much, but it drags on and on and on for so long in an unamusing way. I have no problem with slow-burn movies but this was not as gripping as the rest of Melville pictures I've seen.

  • La Ciénaga

    La Ciénaga


    I suppose this is how Nuestro Tiempo and Y Tu Mama Tambien start out, Just like La Cienaga these movie start with an expressionistic take on the spirit of life in Latina in a particular summary swampy setting, the savage boundless exploration of nature, children playing in the dirt, testing each other's limits in games, fights, and romance. Parents that almost don't care about the kids but they do if their own vices leave room, kids with scratches and serious injuries but…

  • Colossal


    Hence the phrase “colossal fuck-up”, gee I didn't know

  • The Frog

    The Frog


    The Frog lacks in the acting department, the main roles played by Saber Abar, Navdi Mohammadzade, and Sahar Dolatshahi are void of any chemistry, they are not in touch with their characters and the world of people around them. It's just pure random acting with no real effort/result; On the other hand, actors with less experience or less important roles deliever much better performances. 
    The script is weak in writing appropriate dialogues, in fact, three of characters speak the same…

  • The Soft Skin

    The Soft Skin


    Most of French new wave cinema is about relationships, but it's not the same romance you see in different cinemas of other countries in other periods. Relationships are used as a tool to reflect the state of society, how void of humanity and moral principals people have become. The ultimate realization that there is actually no sanctity to human life, there’s the iron that cuts through the meat and that's that, c’est fini. After the catastrophic World War II, people…