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Favorite films

  • No Country for Old Men
  • Interstellar
  • There Will Be Blood
  • Blade Runner 2049

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  • No Country for Old Men


  • The Zone of Interest


  • Canon: Urban Deer

  • All of Us Strangers


Recent reviews

  • Black Mirror: Beyond the Sea

    Black Mirror: Beyond the Sea


    "Beyond the Sea" is an intriguing episode of the acclaimed series Black Mirror. Written by Charlie Brooker, this installment delves into the realm of augmented reality and explores the profound implications it can have on human connections and emotions.

    The episode introduces us to Sarah, a grieving mother portrayed brilliantly by the talented lead actress. Sarah finds solace in an experimental technology that claims to enable communication with the deceased. Through a combination of memories, personal data, and artificial intelligence,…

  • Moonlight



    Moonlight is a deeply moving and profoundly introspective film that tackles themes of identity, sexuality, and the struggles of growing up in a challenging environment. Directed by Barry Jenkins, this masterpiece captivates audiences with its poetic storytelling, stunning cinematography, and exceptional performances.

    The film is divided into three chapters, each focusing on a different stage in the life of its protagonist, Chiron, beautifully portrayed by three different actors: Alex Hibbert as the young Chiron, Ashton Sanders as the teenage Chiron,…

Popular reviews

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho


    American Psycho' is one of my favorites.

    I think it represents a critique of hyper-consumption, and the elite class who sit at the helm of society. Did Bateman commit those crimes? If no, what is it about having everything, being so superficially in possession of the 'right' things that is not satisfying? (For Bateman, this includes also possessing the right postured opinion, as in the restaurant scene mentioning Apartheid). What is it that leads to such wild fantasies to create…

  • Nightcrawler



    Nightcrawler is one of the greatest films I've ever seen; it doesn't waste any time and every single scene and line does a great job at advancing the themes and developing the characters. I constantly bring it up as one of my favorite movies. I love it a lot. I feel like this film is pretty much perfect.

    Louis Bloom's character is really amazing. He's this perverse twisted nightmare version of the American dream who is both horrifying and inspiring…