Ariane Bélisle

Ariane Bélisle


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Big Movie Enthusiast
I Love the Unexpected in Films
Favorite genres: #horror, Psychological Thriller, Mystery. 👻🎃

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  • Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

    Sympathy for Lady Vengeance


    This concludes Park Chan-wook’s “Vengeance Trilogy”.
    I’m glad he closed it with a woman’s point of view (Finally!!!)
    The last 30+ minutes were pure torture and justice has been served.
    Even though this one was my least favorite, I still enjoyed it very much!
    Here’s my final evaluation:
    🥇 Oldboy
    🥈 Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
    🥉 Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window


    This house is waaay too big and lonely for a single female who has agoraphobia... and a drinking problem... and issues with her pills... and a troubled past.
    Joe Wright’s period movies are BOMB, but this story wasn’t that coherent and I feel it was a waste of great potential.
    Overall, it was okay, but I wanted more, especially with all of these big names starring.

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  • Spiral: From the Book of Saw

    Spiral: From the Book of Saw


    I’m a super mega huuuuuge Saw fan: it’s literally my favorite franchise ever.
    I haven’t been excited for a movie for a while and I had been waiting for this too long to be disappointed... and yet I am.
    I like the whole “let’s kill all the corrupted cops” thing, but I found out who Jigsaw’s copycat was within ten minutes of viewing.
    The traps were good, but not revolutionary.
    Uggghhh... I’m so mad!!! I wanted to love this sooo bad and rank this higher, but here we are.
    I also wished there were more connections to the previous movies.

  • Whiplash



    Easily one of the best movie I’ve ever seen.
    This my second time watching it and I love it even more.
    Some moments were so tense and stressful, it was almost unbearable.
    The last scene is beyond perfection; I just want to be drenched in Miles Teller sweat and blood and scream HALLELUJAH FOR MUSIC AND GREATNESS!
    J.K. Simmons’ performance is out of this world.