Favorite films

  • Sansho the Bailiff
  • Landscape in the Mist
  • Au Hasard Balthazar
  • Punishment Park

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Recent reviews

  • Straight Time

    Straight Time


    Subtle in degree, and made with such precision, Grosbard and Hoffman's film exhibits itself as a fraught and disquieting synthesis of an iffy character-study and heist thriller exploring the essence of the criminal psyche and one's struggle of living a life confined by societal normality in a gritty and unblinking manner. Keeping its uneasy and minacious tone, this film works effectively in picturing human vulnerability, a feeling of lostness and desperation enabling the path of criminality and self-destructive attitudes- thanks…

  • Show Me Love

    Show Me Love


    Being a breath of fresh air in teen rom-coms, Moodysson's debut feature conveys a gritty and genuine feel about growing into adulthood while balancing its emotional sensitivity and well-timed humor to offer a glimpse of teen attitude and perspective on life. Awkward, free-spirited, and unapologetic like the way adolescents are, this film manifests the happenings of one's first love, awareness of sexual self and his/her freedom of choice, etc.

    Keeping utmost sincerity, charm, and consideration in the entirety, "Fucking Åmål"…

Popular reviews

  • The Hand of God

    The Hand of God


    Naples, Football, Family, Passion, Youth and Love.

    Aggrandized by an imposing performance from Scotti and ranconteur's spiritually soulful presence, Sorrentino's deeply personal, aching, poignant and Felini-esque film "The Hand Of God" renders an intricate portrait that celebrates the beauty and reminiscences of youth with novelties and believes in living for the day and providence- literally like the hand of God. Beautifully acted and gorgeously shot, this observational film is filled with lively characters, witty stories, piquant ideas, vivid emotions and…

  • Museum Hours

    Museum Hours


    "Yeah, you can't win...but maybe someday everyone will lose less, and museums and movie both could be free."

    A magnetic and quite stirring film-essay about exploring the dynamics of art-life relationships and finding solace in mutual solitude. Exceptionally and genuinely made, Cohen's singular way of looking at art in general and the world around us purveys an experiential portrait of the human condition and the transient status of life in the most placid way that avoids being didactic.

    Exercising its…