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  • Men


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Recent reviews

  • Men



    Director Alex Garland seems to have noticed there’s a decent amount of fans (especially fans of Annihilation) who wanted a new movie with a psychedelic bent and Garland sure can make such a movie. It’s psychologically calm but quite uncomfortable and eerie at the same time. Intriguingly odd stuff for sure!

    > Men (2022)
    > Director: Alex Garland
    > Release: May 20, 2022
    > Runtime: 100 minutes
    > Box office: $9.5 million
    > Letterboxd Average: 2.9
    > Rotten Tomatoes: 69%

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future


    Intriguing trivia:

    “Ralph Fiennes was attached to star as Saul Tenser after Nicolas Cage, the first option for the main role, dropped out. Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart were among the cast announced for the film. Natalie Portman was initially supposed to play Seydoux's part (who initially was set to play Stewart's role), but she was unable to do the film because of conflicts related to COVID-19.”

    Imagine actors Nicolas Cage and Natalie Portman starring in a David Cronenberg film.…

Popular reviews

  • Annihilation



    “What if all the world's inside of your head just creations of your own. Your devils and your gods, all the living and the dead and you're really all alone. You can live in this illusion, you can choose to believe. You keep looking but you can't find the woods while you're hiding in the trees.”

    What an exquisite movie! This is my second / third watch entry and I’m still noticing new connections & themes. The VFX are sublime in…

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)


    No matter how you slice it, this movie is astonishingly lovable! Edward Norton’s lunatic rants during the first half!

    “Oh, come on people, don't be so pathetic. Stop looking at the world through your cellphone screens. Have a real experience! Does anybody give a shit about truth other than me? I mean the set is fake, the bananas are fake, there's fucking nothing in this milk carton, your performance is fake. The only thing that is real on this stage is this chicken. So, I'm gonna work with the chicken. Hey that’s good bird, man!” 
    —Mike Shiner played by Edward Norton