likes for movies I really appreciated and could revisit countless times
A LANDMARK IN THE STORY OF MYSTERY-CRIME MOVIES.
It’s a story told from different perspectives that has a powerful commentary on social issues and delivers an intense and shocking study of social order and mob justice.
Fritz Lang‘s writing and direction explores the complexities and mental disorders of a serial killer and tries to examine beyond the political scenario of early 30s. I appreciated the themes around psychology and the different shades of justice, especially from the ruthless yet hypocritical…
Bergman is all the time blurring the lines between fantasy and reality, especially at the second act, where we’re diving into Johan’s mind. We’ve seen it in Mulholland Drive, which David Lynch shows us the character’s dreams and reality. Hour Of the Wolf certainly inspired David Lynch. Except the fact Bergman is showing not Johan’s dreams but his nightmares.
Johan is slipping into insanity, thus losing himself, his wife also is in danger of losing her mind and we can…
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN MARATHON
One of the worst opening sequences I've seen, the first hour has completely disappointed. It's too convoluted and with a lot of plot holes. Even if it makes up for that battle scene in the final 40 minutes, I still think they could’ve cut out half of the film and got the same point across.
In the second installment, Jack Sparrow needs to find a way to avoid his fate lest his soul be damned for all time. And this involves a magic compass, a chest containing the heart of Davy Jones and a key, leading us to a mind-blowing journey.
Ofc it’s not as good as the first one... Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest only exist to set up the third film. But it’s still a good fun action adventure with pirates and monsters. the CGI looks decent.
oh to be naked and hanging out at the beach with my high school love interest
“don’t you think things are more fun in the movies than in real life?”
It's a movie that will communicate to many, that the experience and struggle through life, just to live in a homophobic society, is understood and we're not alone. We already know how it’s to be a LGBTQI in this world. But imagine it back in 80s...
“If he doesn’t love…
One of the most excited I've been to see a movie on the big screen in a very long time.
Let me just start by saying Matthew Jensen's cinematography with Patty Jenkins' directional style in Wonder Woman 84 are pretty gorgeous to look at; the score by Hans Zimme seems to add even more emotion to the movie. And it had good action scenes, but still left me wanting more. It’s an action movie, so give us more ACTION SCENES.…