• Three Colours: White

    Three Colours: White

    ★★★★★

    This second part of the trilogy is very different compared to blue and rouge, in a good way. Even though I loved blue and rouge, blanc is much less of a love letter to famous french actresses like Binoche, and has a raw, polish, ex-communistic feeling to it which works very well, especially in the context of the plot of the movie. Zbigniew Zamachowski excels at fulfilling his role in a funny, but not too comical, way.
    The part where Karol…

  • Unruly

    Unruly

    ★★★★★

    This is a masterpiece. Emilie Kroyer Koppen and Lene Maria Christensen’s acting skills are so convincing that you forget you’re watching actors. It is well written in a way that nothing comes expectedly, which makes everything hit you extra hard. You will feel tears of sadness as well as tears of joy while watching this movie.

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

    ★★★★

    A fever dream. Every time you think you know what’s about to happen you’re wrong. An absolute mindfuck. Sex scenes were a bit sexist.

  • More Than Ever

    More Than Ever

    ★★★★★

    This movie doesn’t even make me feel sad, it makes me feel empty. I couldn’t keep myself from crying starting 15 minutes into the movie. Cinematographic masterpiece. Everything goes very calm and slow which emphasizes the sadness and emptiness of Hélène as well as Mathieu. Vicky Krieps was even better in Plus Que Jamais than in Corsage, the first movie i saw starring her. A movie like this about someone slowly dying could easily be executed very over the top but this stayed pretty subtle, which worked perfectly. Everything falls into place. Definitely go see this movie.

  • Close

    Close

    ★★★★★

    Beautiful and touching. Subtle in some ways and imposing in others.

  • Beautiful Beings

    Beautiful Beings

    ★★★★★

    This movie hit every box. It makes you feel scared, angry, touched, warm, cold; everything. Especially every outcast should watch this movie; your going to cry. The development of the characters is so strong. There is a nice detail of homosexuality without making it the main thing, which is a hard thing to succeed in. And though it is just one detail, you feel the atmosphere shift from that moment on. GO SEE THIS MOVIE!!!!

  • Oldboy

    Oldboy

    ½

    So misogynistic and rape is glorified. This movie didn’t age well. With horror/action movies like this I always wonder why the director has to involve aspects like incest or rape as a shock factor. Some things are just too sad and realistic to use as a shock factor. Another example is when the girl is hanging with her hands up against a mattress with her boobs out. To make it hot and sexy? I’m so confused by Park Chan-Wook, and I think he’s also kind of fucked up himself for coming up with a movie like this, sorry…

  • Decision to Leave

    Decision to Leave

    ★★½

    a bit too sweet and romantic for my taste.

  • Peter von Kant

    Peter von Kant

    ½

    stupid musical

  • Chungking Express

    Chungking Express

    ★★★½

    Another masterpiece by Wong Kar Wei. The only thing i would’ve liked is if the first story would’ve been longer, and the second story shorter. The second story was really cute, but also got a bit worn out after a while.

  • The Fox and the Child

    The Fox and the Child

    ★★★★★

    I watched this movie when I was five years old but still remember the impact it had on me. Hence the rating.🦊🦊🦊🦊🦊🦊💔💔💔💔💔💔🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸😿😿😿😿😿😿😿😿

  • Speak No Evil

    Speak No Evil

    Horrible. In the first hour of the movie nothing really happens. And because the dialogs aren’t interesting that gets pretty dreadful. Also nothing happens that doesn’t have to do with the main story line; zero side tracks. And once the dutch family starts to become “weird”, the acting becomes so unnatural. Fedja van Huet’s acting is over the top. But its also just bad writing and directing that causes this. Karina Smulders’ acting is good but she gets like three…