Favorite films

  • Paris, Texas
  • The Last Picture Show
  • Days of Heaven
  • Repulsion

Recent activity

  • The Hills Have Eyes


  • Ali: Fear Eats the Soul


  • Three Kings


  • Brave


Recent reviews

  • Django



    Like a biblical figure the hero, carrying a heavy burden along, walks into town. A song introduces the character while titles run. He has a cool but phlegmatic figure, an indecipherable character. Django is the coolest guy in the whole Wild West and we are about to find out why. He is not just an able pistolero, nah! In the coffin he carries the secret to success, the fountain of youth, the Holy Grail. Django is a bloodbath of a movie whose violence and mud heighten the experience.

  • The Wedding Banquet

    The Wedding Banquet


    β€œYou’re witnessing 5000 years of sexual repression” says one of guests at the wedding, the director itself, to the American who was expecting a less energetic banquet from these group of people, encompassing all that this film is about. A theme that is often treated by Lee and that takes very good nuances in this one. The ending was superb, even though a clear deus ex machina, especially the scene between the father and Simon where the latter is handed an envelope.

    The Wedding Banquet is a comedy that is progressively funny and interesting. Its probably my favorite Ang Lee film.

Popular reviews

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    Promising Young Woman


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  • I, Daniel Blake

    I, Daniel Blake


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