• Rebecca



    Thanks to Netflix and its trailer for an adaptation nobody could care for, I remembered this Hitchcock perfect film exists.

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    never cursed

  • The Girl on the Train

    The Girl on the Train

    Gosh, French cinema is stuck. The Dardenne copycats have made horrendous attempts to keep afloat lame storylines.

  • The Night Porter

    The Night Porter


    The idea is interesting, I guess its depiction of Stockholm syndrome is quite revolutionary. Film feels a little bit outdated but at least its a pioneer work.

  • Animal Kingdom

    Animal Kingdom


    Everything that happens in this film is original, such a treat. I can't be happier for watching it without having any clue about its plot beforehand.

  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    Some minor plot holes cracked the experience for me but, as a whole, is a fun film. Love how shitty is the acting at the beginning of the film, it's a great distraction from the upcoming reckless case.

  • Before Night Falls

    Before Night Falls


    Schnabel unfortunately can't escape from his Basquiat formula. What worked with the NY painter's biopic, is a complete waste for treating Arenas' work with respect. The ending is, quite frankly, offensive to his memory.

  • Madame Bovary

    Madame Bovary

    If it's an embarrassment as a drama, imagine how viewers that read the novel must feel.

  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas


    The movie's so gorgeous it makes you forget the ridiculous journey Travis (Harry Dean Stanton) makes through the first part of the film.

  • High and Low

    High and Low


    This movie embarrasses other detective films in so many ways. If anybody doubts Kurosawa skills, this is the one to go to film rehab with.

  • Eat Pray Love

    Eat Pray Love


    Woman travels all around the world to find a match that's more abusive and forceful than James Franco.

  • Le Samouraï

    Le Samouraï


    The coolest French gangsters remain mostly silent in their films.