• Men



    Most of the negative criticisms of this movie are coming from women so it makes me feel a bit guilty in a way for loving this as much as I did. The thing I don’t understand are the people saying it’s only saying “men bad”, I mean yeah, it’s sort of true, but it’s exploring it in new ways. It also has many other themes, so claiming that it’s the only thing Garland was trying to say makes me feel…

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    if it wasn’t so in your face about capitalism bad, it could’ve been a masterpiece. weird bojack refrence

  • Rashomon



    For such a short movie it dragged on too much. It’s visually stunning and the technical aspects are great, but I didn’t get much out of it.
    I guess it’s just another classic I respect more than I care for.

  • Beau Travail

    Beau Travail


    the whole thing was incredible, but the ending destroyed me. top 5 ending of all time easily

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    I’ll never not want to watch Mulholland Drive. Every rewatch I understand it more, but I also get more confused. That’s the beauty of it, by my fourth watch I gave up trying to understand it, i’ve read a buch of analysis and they all come up with the same conclusion as me, and it just makes it less special. I was hesitant to call this my number one favorite because I always think to myself, what if David Lynch…

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    mf did it again. I expected a decent movie just cause he made the lighthouse (my third favorite of the 2010’s) but nordic stories just aren’t for me, and this looked like a Green Knight type of thing which i didn’t love. proved me wrong, i’ll be watching anything this man does

  • Le Trou

    Le Trou


    There’s no better feeling than after you watch a movie and can’t think of anything wrong with it. This is a masterpiece, there’s literally nothing else I can say. It’s true that i’m a sucker for prison escapes but there’s so much more to it. It’s a movie about trust, about our own prisons like our ego, and the main moral dilemma made me pause the film just to think about it. It’s insane, i’ll rewatch this whenever I get…

  • The Celebration

    The Celebration


    Probably would’ve loved it if it wasn’t for the Dogma rules bullshit. I started watching Dancer in the Dark a few weeks ago which isn’t part of Dogma 95, but its still similar in some ways. I couldn’t get through the first 10 minutes of that cause I hated the style. I watched this one because I actually enjoy Vinterberg’s films, and everything was great about it…except the presentation, it gave me a headache. Dogma 95 is supposed to strip films…

  • A Man Escaped

    A Man Escaped


    Title: A Man Escaped

    Me: Holy shit is he gonna make it?

    My palms sweated like they haven’t in a long time

  • A Dog's Will

    A Dog's Will


    I’m not sure I can claim i’ve experienced this film because I watched it with french subs. I don’t speak french and I don’t understand portuguese, but I understand the 2 enough to where I can figure out what’s being said. Even if that brought my experience down, I still can’t claim it’s good from an objective technical perspective. If Brazilians say it’s a masterpiece, good for them, there are many films that are considered “classics” and “masterpieces” in Mexico,…

  • Dances with Wolves

    Dances with Wolves


    Hooray white people

  • Parasite



    Filmbros: *shit on people who don’t like “good” movies*
    *Claim arthouse and foreign films should get more recognition” 

    Parasite: *exists* 
    *wins the Palm D’or which is the one of the best recognitions for arthouse movies and Best Picture which is a symbol of popularity, both combined for the first time ever*

    Also Filmbros: “Parasite is one of the most overrated movies of all time”
    “Memories of Murder is way better”
    All power to you if you prefer memories, but it’s…