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Favorite films

  • The Truman Show
  • American Beauty
  • The Hours
  • Requiem for a Dream

Recent activity

  • Jurassic World: Dominion


  • Midnight Mass


  • Yummy


  • Fear Street: 1978


Recent reviews

  • Walking with Dinosaurs

    Walking with Dinosaurs


    Talking with Dinosaurs?

    The theatrical version of 'Walking with Dinosaurs' is simply unwatchable. After only ten minutes I wanted to use the mute button. If you thought one voice-over can be distracting when it's all over the place, imagine three or four annoying voices giving you the most unfunny and dumbest lines in movie history. I wouldn't even call it dialogues, since every character is sharing thoughts all the time. And it never stops. It feels like a volcano spitting…

  • Zootopia



    79% 🍅 - Walt Disney presents : Chinatown Confidential

    Sounds crazy, right? What's even more surprising, is the fact that I'm not kidding. Not at all. The creators of Zootopia were clearly heavily inspired by those classic movies. And it shows the whole running time, with confidence and proud. I guess in some way, you can see Byron Howard and Rich Moore as the Roman Polanski and Brian De Palma of Walt Disney Animation, bringing one of the studio's most…

Popular reviews

  • Khumba



    The reaction of my six-year-old niece: "Beautiful! Is there a second one?" That's the first thing that came into her mind. Thought that was funny. Growing up in a world of sequels, prequels and spin-offs, she just assumes there's more of this. The fact that she wanted to see another Khumba, says it all. If she knew what a rating was, she would choose 4 shiny stars out of her stickerbox right away, no doubt.

    I believe Triggerfish Animation Studios…

  • Captain EO

    Captain EO


    Wait a minute ... As a fan of almost everything Michael Jackson did for the music business, I'm extremely surprised by the fact I didn't know about the existence of Captain EO. I'm sure this music video is unknown by many of us.

    Even more shocked by the talent involved. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather) -for real- written by George Lucas -again I'm being serious- make up by the master, Rick Baker, music by James Horner and starring…