Josephine Ulnits

Born in 1978. Have been a film geek since childhood.

Earn my living doing Danish subtitles for movies and tv.

Favorite films

  • In the Name of the Father
  • Jaws
  • Thelma & Louise
  • Cinderella

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  • Not Okay

    ★½

  • Inventing the Abbotts

    ★★★

  • Music from Another Room

  • The Ticket

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  • Not Okay

    Not Okay

    I'm really not fond of influencer culture, so I'm definitely not the target audience for this.
    I hate popularity contest culture in general because it's superficial. fake and unfair.
    But maybe the target audience for this is actually supposed to be people who dislike or even loathe influencer culture, I'm not sure. Because from the first minute, this movie portrays this world as the most dumb, annoying, ridiculous and braindead thing ever. They really hammer it home as awful. I…

  • Music from Another Room

    Music from Another Room

    Hadn't seen this since 1998 where I rented it and remember thinking that Jude Law and Gretchen Mol were charming and pretty. I had blocked out what it was about besides that. Well, they are pretty. Jude Law actually might never have been prettier than here.
    Besides that, this was ... an interesting watch. In that you can't believe this is actually a movie with big stars in it, because it's so insane.

    Okay, so the premise is that a…

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  • Robin Hood

    Robin Hood

    WHY is this happening?!??! Why?! Disney, stop trying so hard to make me hate you. Stop it!

    Fox Robin Hood was my first love. I was still in kindergarten. And hey, Anna Kendrick had a crush on him as a kid too, she told the world that on Graham Norton's sofa, so I ain't weirder than her because of that.
    I saw the animated feature on the big screen at a 35mm reprise two years ago. It was amazing. So…

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread

    I was SO looking forward to this. I used to work in couture as a designer and tailor, and even though I know from the inside what a rotten business it is and how full of fake and awful people it is, I still love movies where couture plays a part.
    "The Dressmaker" was an utter joy, and since this also seemed to have darkness underneath all the silk and lace, I couldn't wait.

    Daniel Day-Lewis is my favorite actor…