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Favorite films

  • 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days
  • 2046
  • Nine Queens
  • Ocean's Twelve

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  • Last Night in Soho


  • Repulsion


  • Dune


  • Born in Flames


Recent reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    “It’s a bit old fashioned for some, but I won’t do nothing to it.”

    Fun and not much else. Ironically looses steam as it lets itself go. It really was up to something ‘til halfway through when it decides to drop its whole gender-conditioned demeaning suffocation study thing in service of some standard scares and cheeky formal shucks.

  • The Ascent

    The Ascent


    “I know what a human being really is. And you’ll find out too.”

    Don’t leave me in this infinite whiteness. Stare into my soul, I’m here. Save me or take me. Have mercy.

Popular reviews

  • Minari



    “It grows anywhere, like weeds.”

    Minari is filmed like a memory. It’s on the riverbed of a carefully manufactured mise-en-scène that all the film’s sincere sentiment finds the force for its stream.

    Funny, heart-rending and quite often, both at the same time. Chung’s film overflows with authenticity, from its honest performances and beautiful score to its story of losing your place in your family while looking for one in a new country.

    The most American film of 2020.

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    “You can’t fake a thought.”

    Unapologetic and authentic, marvelously dizzying, suffocating and hypnotic (thematically, visually and structurally). So, a Kaufman. But, with the difference that this one drops everything that’s not intrinsically ineffable and/or invisible.

    Makes narrative its bitch even more so than any other of his films, which already seemed impossible. A stunning delirium like nothing else. Tells a story that didn’t even begin in the first place.