Favorite films

  • Thanneer Thanneer
  • La Dolce Vita
  • War and Peace
  • Seven Samurai

Recent activity

  • El Conde


  • Mark Antony


  • A Haunting in Venice


  • The Nun II


Recent reviews

  • El Conde

    El Conde


    A legitimately unique film.

    El Conde is a bloody, gut-wrenching satire on the parasitic nature of power and the endless greed of conquistadors.

    Stunningly filmed in black and white by Edward Lachman, it has a luminous beauty that highlights the grotesquery of the characters. Larrain packs the film with surprises, surreal flights of fancy and moments of jet black comedy.

  • Mark Antony

    Mark Antony


    The film lives up to the expectations created by the trailer.

    A lot of interesting ideas take the theater into 'vibe' mode. Director Aadhik Ravichandran has carried the film without a hitch with his lively screenplay. The verses are bursting with heat. Mark Antony is a bold movie that provides a distinctive cinematic experience.

Popular reviews

  • The Elephant Whisperers

    The Elephant Whisperers


    Some stories are simple yet complex because they are storming with emotions. This documentary grows on you as it progresses.

    The director has beautifully captured the story about how a bond is developed between the orphaned Elephants and a couple who had recently lost something in their life. It will make you smile, cry, touched and engaged throughout the 41 minutes.

  • Army of Thieves

    Army of Thieves


    It is a thoroughly enthralling adventure of one awkward nice guy finding new friends, maybe a lover, and pursuing his greatest passion: cracking safes.

    The film benefited from SchweighΓΆfer’s sense of comedic timing and extremely pleasing visual aesthetic, thanks to DP Bernhard Jasper’s agile camerawork and bold use of saturated color. Army of Thieves is shot beautifully, making great use of European locations both in cities and sprawling, outdoor landscapes. The jaunty score by Hans Zimmer and Steve Mazzaro that…