Favorite films

  • Titanic
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  • Little Miss Sunshine
  • Labyrinth

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  • Hellraiser


  • Spencer


  • Cloverfield


Recent reviews

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    I've come to realize that I'm not a huge Lin Manuel Miranda fan, he's just ok to me. Still, this was more than ok for a directorial debut.
    And as much as I love Broadway, I didn't know much about Larson nor was I particularly interested in his work (Having only seen the unremarkable Rent movie adaptation doesn't really help, I guess). So, I'm not really the target here. That being said, it's another competently enough movie about artistic ambition/creative…

  • Hellraiser



    Pretty creative fun and gross kinky horror flick indeed! (Julia's guilty cheating sexual memory for ex being intertwined with her husband's hand being pierced by a nail! great and gross!)
    Never outstays its welcome and while I prefer the intriguing premise (that Letterboxd synopsis is very accurate and already a hoot! :p) of the first part to the more traditional final girl slasher aspect of the 2nd half of the film, the whole film is solid and and stands out,…

Popular reviews

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    "You're not alone. Neither are you."

    The scenes between Rey and Ben are some of the scenes I could watch over and over again and never get tired of.
    From the brilliant editing and the simplicity of the sound stopping to show they're connecting through the Force to the subtle and then not so subtle (Rey going straight to that dark wet hole after seeing him shirtless amirite? :p) already iconic scenes between them: "You ARE a monster. Yes I…

  • Soul



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    "You can't crush a soul here. That's what life on Earth is for" :)

    Tag yourself I'm a Lost Soul ... 😅. 🙃

    Another memorable Jazz related movie!
    Was very pleasantly surprised, I expected it to be a bit too much like "Inside Out", which I like a lot but is no favorite Pixar of mine, and while feeling similar in certain aspects, it still manages to have its very own identity and yes, Soul indeed! It's certainly one of…