Favorite films

  • In the Mood for Love
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Amélie
  • Howl's Moving Castle

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  • Skies of Lebanon


  • Dune


  • 211


  • If Anything Happens I Love You


Recent reviews

  • Nothing Like a Dame

    Nothing Like a Dame


    Four Dames talking about their lives and memories.

    The documentary is not perfect. All the camera crew fussing and pitching these titans random topics to talk about... for a great documentary you don't need all that. You just take a bit more time and let them talk freely. Maybe show them a bit more of some old archived footage from their former years and just watch the magic happen.

    AND there was too much talk about Lawrence Olivier. When I'm…

  • About Endlessness

    About Endlessness


    There's something very recognizable in this movie. It's recognizably Anderson.

    A strange collage of short stories woven together by a dreamy female narrator voice. All characters are offbeat and lonely, actors in their own life, and the world surrounding them resembles a dream-like state of mind in grey and mauve.

    Everything in this world stays still; the actors, the camera, the set, the time, creating an illusion of endlessness.

    No need to understand it, you can just let it flow through you.

Popular reviews

  • Tenet


    I am such a big fan of Inception. I was probably hoping for an Inception part two. But this was far from it.

    In the film the world has two parallel timelines, one going forwards and one going backwards. There is a complicated logic behind it but explaining it or trying to understand it in depth becomes pretty boring so I won't do it.

    It's nice to see an African American in the lead role of such a big block-buster.…

  • Raw



    It has been a while I've wanted too see this film.

    Lifelong vegetarian Justine starts veterinary school. There, taking part in a hazing ritual, she eats meat for the first time and a new aspects of herself start to unravel.

    I love how French horror films differ so much from the Hollywood norm. I don't know the director from before and it looks like she hasn't directed that much after this one, which is a shame. The atmosphere and the…