• The Dirt

    The Dirt

    ★★★★★

    Oh man I've never wanted to be a part of a rock and roll band so bad.

  • The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

    ★★★★★

    Everytime I read a review about "The boy in the striped pajamas" it'd be described as a "sad" and "destructive" movie which is not meant for someone who doesn't understand the dark genre and the depth of it. But it's true. There isn't enough room in my mind to process a movie as heavy and gut twisting as such.
    I think a friendship between two people is more than just getting to know each other and spending time with them.…

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window

    ★★★★★

    Amy Adams in psychological thriller is a treat to the eye and soul. Everytime I feel like Amy Adams can't get any better, she proves me (and everyone else) wrong and i love it. I live for Amy Adams in psychological thriller, I thrive on it. And with a plot as good as such, i can watch it x100 times. Talking about the bad guy? You'll never see that coming. Jumpscares? You'll see them coming yet won't be ready for 'em. Color scheme? Well crafted guide for Anna's state of mind. Punch? A cute cat just being nosy. All in all, watch it ASAP.

  • Maid

    Maid

    ★★★★★

    Episode 10 is definitely gonna make you cry and honestly it's worth it. There's some kind of comfort, for me atleast, in knowing that i don't have it the hard way and some people really live in a hell but still get out of it and inspire others in many ways.

  • Everything, Everything

    Everything, Everything

    ★★★★★

    If I had to risk my life just for a vacation with Olly, I definitely would. That's my review.

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal

    ★★★★★

    Ruben accepting his loss in the end and starting to get used to the silence is what I call "5 stages of grief captured beautifully".
    And ofcourse the music directors did and incredible job showing the world through Ruben's perspective.

  • Squid Game

    Squid Game

    Imagine how rich you have to be to gather 456 people and have such a hefty cash prize just so you can "feel like it" again.

  • Newness

    Newness

    ★★★★

    It's a hard pill to swallow but relationships are complicated, difficult and takes alot of effort, time, understanding and support to make it work and this film truly captures that. Talk about the cinematography and the color scheme, IT'S NEAT and relaxing. A very very good approach on modern-day-dating-website relationships.

  • Bombshell

    Bombshell

    ★★★★★

    Loved the way they put on view the same problem faced by women on different levels in the industry and how they mutually know they're in it together. The fact that Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly knocked the biggest television personality, Roger Ailes, to the ground, without even communicating the whole time the lawsuit was on, is absolutely amazing. Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman together on the screen was a beautiful thing to witness. And no one can cry better than Margot Robbie.

  • He's All That

    He's All That

    Cringe-watched a gender swap remake of one of the most loved teen rom-com "She's all that" and I gotta say, watch it with someone so you can share the cringe 50-50. I already knew how bad it was gonna be but the bad storytelling exceeded my expectations and phew, I might just hate watch it when I'm low or just need a good laugh.
    Anyways, Tanner Buchanan's performance was exceptionally good and he deserves more good projects.

  • The Imposter

    The Imposter

    ★★★★★

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

    If Nicholson Barclay wouldn't have gone missing, Frédéric Bourdin must have surpassed his score of faking 500 identities (making him a serial imposter). I like how it's crafted like a movie but still has the essence of a documentary with interviews of Nicholas' family members, real crime investigators and Frédéric Bourdin. The movie/documentary ends with an amazing cliffhanger, leaving a frame for the audience to decide or come up with an ending as per their convenience and imagination.
    Frédéric Bourdin…

  • Escape from Pretoria

    Escape from Pretoria

    ★★★★★

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

    Definitely kept me on the edge the whole time, the adrenaline rush when they finally escaped through the main gate and took a taxi, going through numbers of emotions... Happy, emotional, free, optimistic, delighted, surreal. You could just say how important freedom was for them and how they didn't settle like other prisoners who had accepted their fate and the made their cells their home.