Naughty aka Juli Norwood

Naughty aka Juli Norwood


Favorite films

  • Strike
  • Our Hospitality
  • Woman in the Dunes
  • Frenzy

Recent activity

  • Aporia


  • Frenzy


  • Lost Horizon


  • Lorik


Recent reviews

  • The Shop on Main Street

    The Shop on Main Street


    Little over half hour in and I thought this was going to be a charming "slice of life" slow cinema affair where the local peasants thumb their noses at the Nazi regime by pulling the wool over their eyes. Similar to the high jinks found in 1969's The Secret of Santa Vittoria.

    This truly uniformed assumption made the last act all the more shocking! This is why going in blind makes for a better and more honest first impression. So…

  • Lamb



    Director Valdimar Johannsson's directorial debut is the result of studying under Bela Tarr at his filmmaking school Film Factory, which Bela Tarr had opened shortly after his retirement as an legendary filmmaker and former heavyweight champion of "Slow Cinema". (Another film genre I absolutely adore! I guess that makes Lav Diaz the new reigning heavyweight champion of Slow Cinema).

    Bela Tarr's influence may be visible early on in the film however the lions share of the credit falls squarely on…

Popular reviews

  • Nightcrawler



    It would be easy to write director Dan Gilroy's (directorial debut) neo-noir crime thriller off as just another story about a sociopath when clearly it is about so much more! It is a scathing commentary on a corrupt media where ratings trumps the basic principles of ethics, integrity and morals!

    "If it bleeds it leads" mentality reflects man's primal bloodlust! We've essentially replaced gladiators slaughtering Christians in Roman arena's with the network news!

    And if you take it one step…

  • Grave of the Fireflies

    Grave of the Fireflies


    I NEVER thought I'd see the day when an animated film could bring me to my knee's with gut wrenching, crippling emotion!

    One of the greatest war films ever to grace the screen!

    Yes it is animated but it is NOT! I repeat.. it is NOT for young children!

    My heart aches for Akiyuki Nosaka the author of the devastating semi autobiographical novel the film is based upon!

    Naughty Approved!