Favorite films

  • Peter Ibbetson
  • Anne of the Indies
  • The Love Eterne
  • Two in the Shadow

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  • Stagecoach

  • Solaris

Recent reviews

  • Missing


    liquid cinema, somewhere between my left eye sees ghosts and real...an underwater ancient city...kindhearted ghosts guiding us on our journey...spirits wandering, in search of quiet... the ocean holds the key to understanding the eternal...i'm not gone forever, you will find me again in the sea...

  • Mayabazar


    Palace intrigue, divine tricks, and boat rides in the moonlight. Reddy achieves a level of free-flowing bliss that I'm so often searching for; my heart sings along to the music, my heart sings with this cinema. As Amal said, there are moments here reminiscent of King Hu. I would also make the comparison to huangmei opera cinema, which also deals with deep expressions of romantic yearning in an august, luxurious ancient setting. There are similar rhythms at play---perhaps as huangmei…

Popular reviews

  • The Matrix Revolutions

    The Matrix Revolutions

    I watched with my 66 year old stepdad Mark. He had tears in his eyes for most of the runtime I think---obviously I was focused on the movie, but every time I glanced over, he was holding up his glasses so he could wipe his tears away. And who can blame him?

    "I think this is the best one" he said. We agree that Trinity and Neo's love is one of cinema's greatest treasures.

  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

    Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

    "One of the most innovative, groundbreaking pieces of cinema ever conceived. Anyone who disagrees is anti-art." - Ben Nash

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    "i must say, this is incredible. truly incredible." - will

    "Immediately apparent now is that, for all the limitations of the animation and digital, this is magnificently imagined." - Jake Cole

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