Favorite films

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Chinatown
  • Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
  • A Man for All Seasons

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  • Thor: Ragnarok


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Recent reviews

  • Apocalypse Now

    Apocalypse Now


    ”I love the smell of Napalm in the morning.”

    From those opening shots in Saigon to the otherworldly scenes of attack on the beach village accompanied by the Ride of Valkyries to the perplexing imagery of the mythical temple in Cambodia, there is something quite ominous about this colossal beast, something insane - or even better – evil in nature, something that can make the hair in the back of your neck stand straight. Apocalypse Now portrays the result of…

  • The Deer Hunter

    The Deer Hunter


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

    ”One shot. Just one shot.”

    The contrast between the opening and closing moments of a movie has rarely been this sharp and saddening. Michael Cimino’s humanistic and poetic take on the war in Vietnam begins with a group of young and cheerful characters whose happiness, pride and sense of satisfaction seemingly will never be shaken but it ends in despair and woe as war destroys their joys, darkens their shining suns and turns them into ghosts who no longer can…

Popular reviews

  • Prisoners



    ”Pray for the best, but prepare for the worst.”

    Dennis Villeneuve’s Prisoners is a spine-tingling and tremendously well-crafted thriller which with its maddeningly furious pace, emotionally deep characters and authentically disturbing story makes it impossible to take the eyes off the screen for even a fraction of a second, it features one of the most powerful ensemble casts of the year and with a topnotch screenplay which makes sure that no stone is left unturned Prisoners is one of the…

  • Grave of the Fireflies

    Grave of the Fireflies


    ”Why must fireflies die so young?”

    And now I have a lump in my throat. I think human being’s heart is not made to sustain this much pain, emotional pressure, tension and sorrow. Isao Takahata’s Grave of the Fireflies is one of the saddest and most disheartening war movies ever, its portrayal of terror, misery and ugliness of war is so demoralizing and so upsetting that in the end the viewers will be devastated, dispirited and shocked, a powerful and…