Best Bond song.
Best Bond movie.
Best cinematography thanks to God himself aka Roger Deakins.
And that Javier Bardem teeth scene haunts me since I first saw this movie with the age of 11 and still makes me get PTSD...
The most quiet movies sometimes can be the most powerful ones.
Sometimes when you just randomly scroll through your streaming services and decide to watch a movie you normally wouldn‘t, but then you get surprised in the best way possible. It‘s been a couple of hours now since I finished this beautiful piece of filmmaking and I still don‘t know how to talk about it. There are no words that could describe how brilliant and heart wrenching this movie is,…
Things I Like About The "To All The Boys" Movies:
- Corny but in a good way (but only something for the target audience)
- Asian Representation in a Young Adult Story
- It's very rewatchable and feels short
- ...That this is the only acceptable role in Noah Centineos career
- JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN !!!
Things I Don't Like About The "To All The Boys" Movies:
- The Love Triangle trope
- That's it's basically a 2 hour music…
It took me almost an hour to get used to the story and I definitely think that the second half is MUCH stronger than the first one, but still...Bong Joon-ho is a master of his craft and I can't wait to explore his other movies, now that Parasite has won Best Picture. What is your favourite movie by him?
Probably my most controversial Studio Ghibli opinion, but I can’t change the fact that something about “Castle in the Sky” never worked for me. I wish I could say I like this movie more, but even as a kind the “Ghibli magic” was missing. I still has a huge nostalgia factor for me and there are some scenes I really enjoy, but I never connected with the characters and the story overall. Other Ghibli movies give me joy when I…
Maybe I'm being biased, because I first watched "Tales from Earthsea" when I was in my big LOTR and fantasy phase when I was a child, but I think people are a bit too harsh on this...
Sure, it's no Spirited Away or Princess Mononoke and not even in the league of these movies, but "Tales from Earthsea" has a fantastic world building and a very creative original story. This was Goro Miyazakis first movie and I think he did…
I don't know what this film wanted to be. Not even sure that the creative minds behind this knew it either. It was too shallow and weird to make for a truly compelling story. I was trying to figure out what the hell this movie's aim is, but I don't know I will ever get an answer to that question...Overall a massive disappointment, because the premise had potential.
I never thought I would say that, but the day unfortunately has come: I've found a Ghibli film that I didn't fell in love with.
It's still beautifully animated, but the story didn't kept my interest and I couldn't connect to the characters.
Nothing about this gripped me and made me hold onto it.