• Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up


    People would react the same way if this happened today.

    But, I won't lie, some of the details are completely unnecessary. Also, with such a star-studded cast, you would expect something new or iconic, but I was slightly disappointed. Nonetheless, it's still quite good. Good acting, plot, etc., and I laughed a lot.

  • Benedetta



    Was this film previously based on a nun's life?
    Pretty hot, though, not gonna lie.

  • Eternals



    Not a formulaic Marvel film, which was a big step for Disney. However, the action sequences were a letdown as they were generic and poor. In addition, almost every single scene was heavily CGI'd, giving the impression that it was rushed. But it was the visuals and cinematography in Eternals that really drew me in. Everything was altered by cinematography. Chloe has a brilliant mind and a clear vision for making her films unique and beautiful.

    I'm not sure if…

  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    All of the men in this film are shit and ugly on the inside and out. Jodie Comer, on the other hand, is outstanding, talented, and gorgeous on the inside and out.

    Is it just me who hates Adam Driver? Not just in this film, but in every film he appears in. When I see his face on the screen, I can feel my blood boil with rage. I’m sorry but he’s unattractive. He is, however, a very good actor.…

  • Brave



    Every Disney princess has gorgeous hair, but Merida has the most stunning red hair in animation.

    Great start, a little shaky in the middle, but I absolutely love how it ends. The moral lesson is the only thing that Disney always gives us in every animation. It applies to people of all ages, but especially to children. That is something for which we should be grateful.

  • Tangled



    I honestly believe in Maximus supremacy! 

    Everything I used to absolutely adore as a kid has returned in a more powerful form. Indeed, everything changes when you watch in 4k. It was so beautiful!

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


    “Deliver my soul from the sword, my darling from the power of the dog.”

    Lesson learned:
    Never underestimate a person's physical appearance. You have no idea what he's capable of.

    Beautiful cinematography, brilliant direction, powerful performance, etc. 

    Overall, a pure cinematic experience.

  • King Richard

    King Richard


    I've never seen Will Smith give such a strong performance in a film before. I cried uncontrollably. Emotionally satisfying.

  • The Electrical Life of Louis Wain

    The Electrical Life of Louis Wain


    Another standard formulaic biopic starring Benedict Cumberbatch, but I'm a cat person, so…

    But it's the strong performances of the cast that make me like the film, and I have cried quite a bit.

  • Saint Maud

    Saint Maud


    Well, that was unpredictably strange, but she was literally on fire.
    All hail to Saint Maud!

  • The Humans

    The Humans


    A typical Thanksgiving Day spent with family. Thank God, we don't have one.

    But, in the end, family is all we have, and I am eternally grateful for that, even though none of us are perfect because we are only Humans.

    I cried though. Everything feels so real that it digs a deep hole in my heart.

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!


    You have no idea how pleased I am that I only got to see Lin-Manuel Miranda for a few seconds.
    Miranda, just direct or write songs, but don't act in them.

    Great biopic, great performance by Andrew, great songs (not all, though), and great story.
    Several tears were shed.