Ade Setiawan has written 26 reviews for films rated ★★★★ during 2021.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Sir Tobey and Andrew you diverted my attention, besties.

    First of all. GREAT CINEMATIC UNIVERSE! Again from scratch, Marvel does their remarkable job by showing us enviable visual. Highly entertaining film packed up with jolly, witty, action and emotional moments [I teared up like twice so that means it's good right?? ]

    Jaw dropping mash-up of all Spider-Man movies. Solid action sequences, UNBELIEVABLE high stakes and drama, exceptionally the mirror dimension action and the climaxes. So many surprises. Let alone T*bey and *ndrew appearance?? Got raised my eyebrow entirely and the whole theater was in an uproar!

  • Burning



    never have i ever felt so guilty in my entire life by not watching this as earlier as i could have.

    It truly is something incredibly special. Not often do you see a film which resonates with the majority of its audience, even in spite of quite lengthy running time and unusal (by modern standards) structure. This movie way too excellent. I can't fvcking get over it.


  • Hawkeye



    Now I have a crossbow

    Ho ho ho 🎄🎁🎅🏹


  • Midnight Mass

    Midnight Mass


    If Bev Keane doesn’t get her ass killed on Midnight Mass, I’m gonna riot istg.

    This mofo ugly hag looking like an unappealing old maid is just such a bitch.. Love her phenomenal performances tho.

    (I'm still on episode 4 anw 😭🤧)

  • Where the Wild Things Are

    Where the Wild Things Are


    I could go back million times and let my self destroyed by this film and I'd never complain about it...

    The goodbye scene had me sobbing conventionally 😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹😭👹

  • My Name

    My Name


    Yoon Ji-Woo really said :

    " I come back stronger than a 90's trend. "

  • Starry Eyes

    Starry Eyes


    Looks like it's about selling your soul to be a celebrity, huh.

    Starry Eyes is a well-made film taking a look at the damaging physical and psychological effects, that women go through in the Hollywood industry. Haunting, brutal and disturbing--this film sticks with you long after the credits have rolled. Alexandre Essoe gives a deeply convincing performance as the lead character who is thrown into a world of chaos and madness. How far would you go to achieve your dreams--this…

  • The Humans

    The Humans



    " In our family, we don't have that kind of depression. "
    " No, we just have a lot of stoic sadness. "-

  • Before Night Falls

    Before Night Falls


    Everything about this movie was phenomenal!

    I really don't have anything articulate to say, yuh.


  • The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line


    This movie was ahead of its time in every conceivable way. Nicely put and purges your soul. You can capture the essence of it perfectly here. The cinematography alone for 1998 is unreal! There are scenes where you feel swallowed up by the jungle•nature yourself.

    Grave of the fireflies in a nutshell me thinks.

  • Nitram



    Why was I feeling these oddly sadness and unjustifiable nuances crawling all over my body--

    This movie is a moral instrument to ennoble the mind. Complete silence at the end of it. Super powerful with incredible performances. Geez, I'm not okay...

  • The Neighbors' Window

    The Neighbors' Window


    While one couple were missing their youth, the other were dreaming of their future.

    This really moved me.

    Contentment is the realization of how much you already have.