• Sunset Boulevard

    Sunset Boulevard

    Norma Desmond. She.

  • Orphan: First Kill

    Orphan: First Kill

    Good lord sweet baby Jesus what a waste of my time

  • We Need to Talk About Kevin

    We Need to Talk About Kevin

    If anything, this is a motherhood film with a pretty unstructured intro, a purely unlikable villain and some good acting. The script isn't necessarily bad, but works on some bad premises, like the fact that Kevin is JUST a cunt, unambiguously and Franklin is so bumbling it's almost distracting.

    There were some good shots, and the chemistry was stellar between Tilda and Ezra, but the script really needed some stitching.

  • A Family Finds Entertainment

    A Family Finds Entertainment

    Love that it becomes progressively more queer

  • The Cameraman's Revenge

    The Cameraman's Revenge

    It is difficult to really articulate something positive without adding a caveat for modern audiences, at least somewhat:
    This is a fun curiosity, and it is quite a fun film. But it feels its age in a way that similarly ancient films may not. It is, after all, one of the first animation films, and quite possibly the first modern stop motion animation film. If you can look at it as a film of its time, it's like no other motion picture.

  • Possibly in Michigan
  • Neighbours


    Proof that to be artful one needn't be drab or boring, and that to be funny one needn't avoid heavy topics



    Considering the high praise I was expecting some underground gem, but this short truly did close to nothing to me, which is really unfortunate.

  • Mickey's Trailer

    Mickey's Trailer

    This short is great, don't get me wrong, the animation is fluid, the great Disney trio is so vivid and the voices are captivating. However, it completely blindsided me seeing the first 30 seconds or so, it's so surreal to watch that stuff today and not be at least a bit shocked at how lightly it's treated.

  • Thunder


    Tense is one word to describe this movie. It's always bubbling with tension and even fear, from the persistent synths, to the shifting lights and the anxious woman covering her face, it's never contemplative. It's also great, and quite poetic in its use of light and stop motion.

  • The Four Troublesome Heads

    The Four Troublesome Heads

    A master class in editing even for today. Such a clever, forward thinking and surreal little film.

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Num período em que o conceito de multiverso está em alta, este filme não só inova como subverte.

    A ideia de múltiplos universos está no ar há algum tempo — afinal, a ideia do filme surgiu ainda em 2010, e o roteiro começou a ser escrito em 2016 — mas hoje, mais do que nunca, esse conceito está em voga. E nesse ponto, o meu medo era "Tudo, Em Todo Lugar, Ao Mesmo Tempo" ser uma execução típica do conceito,…