AliBouzari has written 9 reviews for films rated ★★★★★ .

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion


    As Shinji stands next to Asuka’s unconscious half-naked body on the hospital bed with a hand full of cum, he whispers: “I’m so fucked up.” and boy do I relate to that, the kind of specific personal scenes, hard to come by. The fact that with such a heavy main plot of “Angels threatening the end of times”, there's still room for this delicate notions about the desperate state of being Human, is truly something.

    Asuka’s fight with the other Evas…

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion


    This Anime looks just the way I want it to look, so I definitely enjoyed it visually. The series stands out in the way that at times seems so light-hearted that you forget the survival of the human race is at stake; The playful attractions of main characters to one another, the personal sorrows and regrets of the past, the routine school affairs, a drama within a sci-fi thriller, a masterful mesh of ordinary daily stuff with heavy stuff of…

  • Blow Out

    Blow Out


    The damnest thing just happened! the movie starts and it runs right up to the shot where the girl screams, I talk to myself in my head, saying "that's a bad scream", then suddenly, I hear the exact words I was thinking, It was spooky!
    I kinda feel embarrassed that I watched this movie after all these years, and all my friends should be embarrassed for never talking about it with me, shame on them.

  • L'Avventura



    In my third viewing of this movie, I could still find grounds to cover, emtionally. As I've grown up and experienced romantic turbulences of my own, this picture revealed its deeper underlying notions to me. It definitely connects to my feminine side which is no small part of me, at all. Claudia, is annoyed and frustrated because apart from her moral deillemas, her intuition tells her this love story like most others, has no happy ending; but she's still troubled…

  • Superbad



    I don’t take 5 stars lightly, and it’s not like I watched the movie for the first time, and after it was finished I said OKAY, 5 STARS FOR YOU! Superbad becomes a classic through the test of time. For me, it mostly gains importance because of how immortal it is, and I have loved Cera and Hill since the moment I laid eyes on them, and Fogell is even more interesting than these two, so no surprise that I believe the acting is fantastic. After sixth or seventh viewing I could still watch it right now, sober and alert, and be amused the whole runtime.

  • Fight Club

    Fight Club


    To really say what I have to say about Fight Club I have to write more than ten pages. It’s the most watched movie of my entire life. I love every dialogue, every shot, every little thing it offers has great significance to me. It comes from the book of my favorite author, Chuck Palahniuk, and both the screenwriter and director did an extremely amazing job to stay true to the spirit of the book. The magnificent acting aside, it…

  • Mirror



    This picture lifted me up and took me on an unprecedented journey that was about nothing in particular but everything, at the same time. It’s so fitting that there is no chronological order since it doesn’t fit one geographical place; it’s about the life that we, all of us, have lived. All the feelings that can’t be simply put into words. Only a few times in my whole life have I ever felt this vast amount of emotion in my heart. So universal and yet so astonishingly personal. It literally left me speechless for hours after it was finished.

  • Too Old to Die Young

    Too Old to Die Young


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

    It exceeded any expectations. Winding Refn always creates beautiful shots as he pays much attention to the detail; And in that sense his movies were partially similar to a certain Japanese style, peculiarly slow in rhythm as well. Movies aside this miniseries offers A whole lot more than beautiful scenes, the acting is marvelous and the script is good enough. Miles Teller depiction of Martin, uniquely nonchalant killer cop (who to be honest doesn’t kill for survival or money, or…

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    Sandler pulls off the best acting of his career yet, so honest and exact that at times you really think you know him from here, and nowhere else. He's painfully real. Brilliant acting aside the movie is just breathtaking; the action never stops, a lot is happening all the freakin' time. The chaotic prevalent music matches the chaotic life of main character to give it a very special flow.