• Brain on Fire

    Brain on Fire


    It looks like an extended episode of Dr. House, but without Dr. House. So nothing special.

  • The Orphanage

    The Orphanage


    I was expecting horror, and I got a mystery. The movie doesn't even have a single scary scene, only a couple of creepy ones. Basically this isn’t a bad movie at all because it has a good mystery and story, but I have to admit I didn’t like it. I didn’t like the unfolding of the film and the ending itself, which lowers the film’s overall rating.

  • Hair



    It is true that this is a cult and very famous musical, but it did not delight me much. Maybe it’s up to me too because I’m not usually a fan of musicals. Unusual musical numbers and music that interrupted the action was a tempo that didn’t suit me. The characters weren’t well worked out, and the only character I liked was the hippie Berger played by Treat Williams however he was portrayed as an extremely unusual and not too…

  • Burning



    Too slow action, too much mystery, little has been explained, and much remains for personal interpretation. After watching it, I felt tired because the movie crushed me. I didn't like any of the characters, so I didn't care about their fates. The film was supposed to be called slow burning.

  • The Disaster Artist

    The Disaster Artist


    A film about how one of the most famous bad movies ever was made. A movie about a movie. It’s not an original idea, though, but I liked the film. It has been shown that with a little will, effort, great passion and an even greater amount of money, a film can be made. In principle, Tommy succeeded in his idea, although he totally missed absolutely everything in the film industry. A few times I really laughed heartily. James Franco delighted me as the lead role, perhaps acting his best job of his career.

  • I Saw the Devil

    I Saw the Devil


    Extremely bloody and brutal film, and I mean it literally and figuratively. The characters are tortured and killed in various physical ways, but the film also hits psychology hard. It’s not a typical one-way revenge movie. Definitely not for everyone. Maybe it takes a little too long, some scenes seem superfluous to me.

  • Passenger 57

    Passenger 57


    Maybe this film comes from the golden age of action, but it doesn’t fall into the top. Not even close. In fact, the film is very easily forgotten. There is no depth, no special story, there is a standard hero and a villain who is quite a one-dimensional person. The rest of the characters are underdeveloped and don’t matter much.

  • Near Dark

    Near Dark


    The team from Aliens, which came out just a year before, got together and decided to play vampire. Interestingly, the word vampire is never mentioned in the film. To me personally a solid movie, nothing special. It is often seen that it is a practical B category film, there is no special and great story or great character development. A little story, a little action, a little effect and that's it. Nothing special.

  • Vice



    An obvious director’s signature that is evident from his last film which I liked a lot. I also liked this one, even though this is a topic I don't know much about or find interesting, and that speaks to the quality of the film. A strange combination of genres and montage, someone probably won’t like it, but it was great for me. Aside from the great story and the way it is told, I have to single out the great work that Bale and Adams did in the lead roles.

  • The Dreamers

    The Dreamers


    A mixture of cinema, politics and eroticism with a small addition of art form. Some scenes don't make any sense or serve the film in any way, they are a purpose in themselves, and I'm not happy about that. The relationship between the three main characters is extremely strange and at times incomprehensible. A solid film, but in my opinion they exaggerated in certain situations.

  • Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

    Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile


    I was not thrilled by the film. While this is by no means a bad film especially because of the good acting, I have to admit that I didn’t like the perspective from which the story is told. You know who it is and who exactly Ted Bundy is so that’s why the film didn’t surprise me at all, and that’s a bad thing.

  • Spawn


    I don't know what this film looked like to people when it first came out, but the effects are catastrophic and too pronounced. The story is predictable, the characters are bad. It’s not clear to me why Martin Sheen agreed to star in this film like this. And the clown, he really was over the top. I didn’t have any expectations, but again I was disappointed.