AliBouzari has written 50 reviews for films during 2021.

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch

    ★★★★½

    I started watching French Dispatch not knowing who the director was, it was just this new movie with lots of stars on the poster but 5 mins in, the style is so sublime and particular that you know this is a Wes Anderson's work, almost instantly. Kinda like how you know you're watching a Woody Allen when the main dude is undecisive push-over. 
    French Dispatch, is Anderson’s most personal work as he reveals more of his opinions about some social/political…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die

    ★★★½

    Two words: HOT STUFF

  • The Hand of God

    The Hand of God

    ★½

    This was gay without any gay scenes

  • Freaky

    Freaky

    ★★★

    Oh babe, you ARE a piece... piece like a gun, piece like a piece of meat. Whatever you want, you got it

  • Red Notice

    Red Notice

    ★★★

    Why would I rate this as high as some descent French Wave movies I hold in high regards? simply put because it was very funny and very sexy. Period. And let's face it, it's not easy to come up with so many twists and turns in a script, most of them creative too. Ryan Reynolds performs even better than Deadpool, and by perform I mean he uttered his jokes better which is all he does. But it was all enough. Christ Diama is an excellent cast choice for Sotto Voce, just looking at him made me laugh. Overall, a nice pace fun movie to enjoy with friends

  • Finch

    Finch

    ★★

    Take I Am Legend and pump it with sentimental crap that seem all out of sorts for the atmosphere of the movie; then add a little Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, there you have it, Finch is ready. Ohhh... Wait, replace the hot lead as Will Smith with the burnt-out Tom Hanks that by now has forgotten all about Cast Away and how he blew us away

  • Paddleton

    Paddleton

    ★★★½

    This is one of the movies I've filrted for a while before I actually sat down to watch it. Because even few scenes is enough for me to intuitively know I'm faced with a gloomy dramatic story so I rather not see it; specially now that I'm so down myself. But curiosity wins, I watched it and it broke my heart. Again and again... Maybe there was humor in it somewhere, about the weird relationship of these two men, but…

  • Greatful Dead

    Greatful Dead

    ★★★★

    Another tremendous Japanese picture that certainly leaves it's marks in postmodern cinema. What the director experiments in regards to music and form is as creative as you want. Classical music playing in the most unsuitable scenes that makes it all even more peculiar. This was a funny exciting ride, don't let the first 30 minutes disappoint you cause it's kinda slow.

  • Reminiscence

    Reminiscence

    ★★

    Someone should tell Hugh Jackman he’d still be attractive to most women if he stopped frowining like an enraged guerilla all the time

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight

    ★★★

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

    Would've liked it much more if the last somewhat twenty minutes wasn't a fake story happening in his head, if it was real, then we'd something very innovative on our hands: A hero that we watch intensely, who pursues his path to glory but in the end simply pussies out of the quest. Still, the cinematography is descent so the long run-time didn't bother me that much

  • Smoking / No Smoking

    Smoking / No Smoking

    ★½

    I’ve never felt this much “it’s not bad but still fuck this movie” about a movie before

  • Tau

    Tau

    I have a hard time believing, Tau, one of the most advanced AIs in the future, is manipulated by Maika Monro'e cleavage