AliBouzari has written 3 reviews for films rated ★★★★½ during 2021.

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    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…

  • Dead or Alive

    Dead or Alive


    Now I've seen it all, Takashi, you freak. When Miike is good, he is something else for me, takes me away like no piece of art ever could. Although it's surprising how he changes his style from movie to movie, there are some things you can probably expect watching his movies, Miike aimes to break your expectations and suppositions about plot-developement, confuse you beyond comprehension so you can barely guess a characters next move, and probably gross you out by…

  • Beau Travail

    Beau Travail


    First of all, it should be noted that so many great movies were impossible to be made without the presence of one Dennis Lavant, the physical prowess, the infinite artistic capacities, and indeed his rather peculiar appearance makes him one of the most iconic actors ever.
    The story of jealousy in a group of soldiers appears to be a simple enough of an idea, but how it's presented just takes your breath away; I could honestly say it was dissimilar…