Adin Selimic

Sex,Drugs,Rock n'Roll and Movies of course :)

Favorite films

  • Blue Velvet
  • Taxi Driver
  • Fight Club
  • Cinema Paradiso

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  • The King of Staten Island

    ★★★½

  • Keeping Mum

    ★★★

  • M.F.A.

    ★★★½

  • The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    ★★★★

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  • The King of Staten Island

    The King of Staten Island

    ★★★½

    The construction of the main character is brilliantly performed in the very mechanism of the film, which runs between sweet humor and a cynical view of reality. At its core, we have everything that perception-like films should have; touching scenes, a comic approach, convincing chemistry and a multitude of subtle messages that are meticulously formulated here.

    The problem, on the other hand, may be the minutes that expressively try to frame the director's vision and the compactness of the story…

  • Keeping Mum

    Keeping Mum

    ★★★

    Sheeameles and charmant well-cordinated balance between comedy, mistery and crime. Yet he does not find himself in any of these genres. Perhaps, and for the reason that Rowan Atkison doesn’t get too much freedom and space, other than that, ironically he learns to become witty through a more or less banal confluence of circumstances. Patrick Schwayze on the other hand surpasses himself, and becomes unbearably seductive in a negative context. Symphatic, but less productive

    63/100.

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  • Hatchet for the Honeymoon

    Hatchet for the Honeymoon

    ★★★½

    Precisely grounded psychopathology of the killer, at the same time, an ingenious combination of giallo and black comedy. The perception of the killer is very reminiscent of that of Christian Bale, from the movie "American Psycho". He is a fashion designer with severe childhood trauma, an alarmingly dangerous support in forming a new fetish. Elements of fantasy dictate humorous sequences in the ruthless murderer of a woman who begins to be haunted by the ghost of a murdered wife. In…

  • Malignant

    Malignant

    ★★★★½

    James Wan has created one truly unique film of anxiety and horror. His uniqueness lies in the ability to put his signature through various influences in the horror genre. In such an illustration, we get a full-blooded spectacle of mysticism and style that we associate with Argento, and the Giallo subgenre in general. The curiosity of the morbidity of the horrible fate in which we find King's imagination, and this is meticulously framed by various bravura "body horror" which we…