• The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


    Not even Nick Cage could save this, was it supposed to be funny or maybe cute? Wasnt for me tbh

  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


    This was so bad not even Nick Cage could save it, what a lazy-ass movie

  • Royals' Revenge

    Royals' Revenge


    The only positive about this movie was they guy who played Travis, he played it really well, rest is meh

  • Red Rocket

    Red Rocket


    I had watched four of Sean Baker movies and I'm really not a fan, I'm the opposite. But I still gave him a try fifth time, I don't regret it. This movie seems more serious than to be labelled comedy in anyway. In fact the raw atmosphere of chaos that baker creates is just brilliant, a family that is all out of sorts but is functional as well, mother and daughter that are doing some pretty heavy drugs together, what…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Although this movie was a visual triumph, and has it's fun moments it leaves so much to be desired in terms of story. To base a sci-fi concept this heavily on a mother-daughter relationship justseems lazy

  • Benedetta



    Your reviews was true, This was not boring at all which is a rarity in the cinema of last couple of years

  • Nowhere



    Some movies just have the perfect flow, don't they? Nowhere is a dreamy fever of modern America, what teenagers could be up to on a hot night, maybe a little exaggerated at times, but it flies by so who cares.
    The narration is quite interesting, it consists of all these little stories that don't necessarily reach specific conclusions, and arent specifically connected, the narration is the best thing about the movie, helps make an intense movie rather impersonal because it…

  • Versus



    Versus gets caught in repetition big time, as the movie started I was excited because of camera work, all the close-ups and the nervous tilting movement is definitely my thing. Unfortunately, Versus is not sure what it is, a little more silly or a little serious would be something. This was just in-between

  • Memories of Matsuko

    Memories of Matsuko


    The saying goes: You can't go very wrong watching a Japanese movie.
    And its almost always true.
    The saying is mine obviously.

  • Death on the Nile

    Death on the Nile


    Yeah create a mystery, a crime, then have our "smart" detective figure it out all by himself, then he's gonna let us know whats up near the ending. Cool. No! Afraid not!
    This was not smart because me as audience was not let in, door was shut, there's not much material, a detective movie that doesn't play with audience is really dead in the water.

  • Get Hard

    Get Hard

    This was not funny, if you leave these two actors by themselves and they start to say random shit I bet it will be funnier than this. That tells something about the writer of this movie, doesn't it?

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Robert Pattinson introduces a new Batman, the most vulnerable Batman because he carries around all this personal baggage of being "the son of his father" and just looks very sensitive, but at the same the time the strongest Batman because when it comes to his work he is dedicated as fuck and doesn't get any emotion be involved. He is ruthless and really presents a scary presence. It is not Pattinson alone that creates this, it's thanks to a great script/directing that gives him the ability to truly shine. Gorgeous cinematography helps all this makes a great watch.