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Swedish guy that's drawn to the darker side of humor and thought-provoking social critiques.

Favorite films

  • Network
  • Good Will Hunting
  • Happiness
  • In Bruges

Recent activity

  • Dune: Part Two


  • Jodorowsky's Dune

  • Dune


  • Life of Brian


Pinned reviews

  • Dune: Part Two

    Dune: Part Two


    Dune: Part Two: All of Villeneuve's films maintain an exceptionally high standard, never delivering a dud, and this one proves once again he’s one of few directors capable of handling a monumental work like Dune, as well as Blade Runner. However, I’m concerned about the challenges of adapting the upcoming books to film, they veer into extremely bizarre territories and Denis already commented on that and that he’s most likely done with the franchise if he directs Dune Messiah.

  • Jodorowsky's Dune

    Jodorowsky's Dune

    Jodorowsky’s Dune: Cannot remember if I've ever laughed this much while watching a documentary. Without knowing it, Jodorowsky is one funny, fascinating, insane man.

Recent reviews

  • Poor Things

    Poor Things


    Poor Things: Yorgos Lanthimos lets his cast break away from his trademark deadpan acting style in this film, taking Emma Stone on a surreal journey of self-discovery. Returning to ‘The Favorite’ cinematographer Robbie Ryan and his fisheye lenses, coupled with a completely unique and fitting soundtrack, made this film my most entertaining cinema experience in years. Get ready to rethink life and the perks of having a brain with a fresh perspective.

  • Anatomy of a Fall

    Anatomy of a Fall


    Anatomy of a Fall: Sandra Hüller is in my mind fully justified to throw out her husband from any window for playing that version of P.I.M.P on repeat.

Popular reviews

  • Saltburn



    Saltburn: Emerald Fennell orchestrates a beautiful looking circus of debauchery and high-class chaos, where Barry Keoghan mysteriously dances between his disturbing desires and the Catton family set to a playlist straight out of a 2000s mixtape. I'll confess, I had way more fun than I anticipated, considering I spent most of the playtime gasping between the laughs.

  • The Holdovers

    The Holdovers


    The Holdovers: Like revisiting an old friend, this film, reminiscent of Dead Poets Society, offers a comforting embrace despite its predictable plot. However, the captivating chemistry between Paul Giamatti and Dominic Sessa, coupled with a great soundtrack featuring classics like Cat Stevens 'The Wind’, elevates it to a heartwarming Christmas classic in my book.