Favorite films

  • Little Miss Sunshine
  • Network
  • Nashville
  • The Graduate

Recent activity

  • Licorice Pizza


  • The Landlord


  • Mr. & Mrs. Bridge


  • Pretty Woman


Pinned reviews

  • Brief Encounter

    Brief Encounter


    Outside of the everlasting praise and iconic cultural status, nothing could’ve prepared for how much of a magical experience this would be. Any time I expected an instant of drag or hesitation within the pacing I was quickly proven to be not only false but feel even more entranced by the ongoing moment than the last one. And that’s what Brief Encounter is, a series of events that may not seem exciting or striking but continuously grow on your emotions…

  • Nashville



    On the surface, Nashville is an exploration of the country music culture within the 1970s. It isn’t attempting to critique or even study the effects of society at the time but rather embrace them by simply showcasing how a city functions over the course of a few days. Constantly switching between those whose lives beautifully intertwine, it’s easy to find the film excessive or overcrowded, however, that’s the reality of how human beings live. A constant cycle in which everyone…

Recent reviews

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    The 1970s are my favorite decade for film and watching the best films from that time gives me a completely different and authentic outlook on both human behavior as a whole and the way I think and feel personally. 

    Licorice Pizza not only allowed me to visit the 1970s but made me feel like I lived in them. The title cards are a time machine, and the experience itself is like creating an immersion between yourself and your biggest inspirations.…

  • Pretty Woman

    Pretty Woman

    I do enjoy the ‘Pygmalion dynamic’ on film in which you have two characters who are at seemingly different social and financial levels within society and how the ‘higher’ one teaches the ‘lower’ one in order to appear beneficial and well-rounded. There were several scenes in which the relationship here worked for me because those moments had a sense of self-awareness to them, putting the tone at ease and having an even slapstick-like comic undertone. The famous bath scene and…

Popular reviews

  • Tenet


    teacher: the test isn’t that confusing 

    the test:

  • Pieces of a Woman

    Pieces of a Woman

    I like to ask myself after watching a movie “Would this movie exist if it wasn’t trying to win any awards?” The simple answer with Pieces of a Woman is no. Despite its heartbreaking themes and amazingly difficult dramatic performances that are consistently impressive and riveting, something about it feels empty. It’s as if you watched these characters go through pain without much reason. I get that this movie is a vehicle for the actors to really do their thing…