Favorite films

  • A Woman Under the Influence
  • Until the End of the World
  • Love Exposure
  • Fireworks

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  • Woman in the Dunes

    ★★★½

  • The Northman

    ★★★★★

  • Lux Æterna

    ★★★★

  • Dracula

    ★★★★

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  • Woman in the Dunes

    Woman in the Dunes

    ★★★½

    When I saw my first Hiroshi Teshigahara movie, The Face of Another, I thought that it was great, but not the masterpiece that a lot of other people were saying it was, mostly because it was extremely obvious with what it was trying to say while also somehow sneaking some more abstract elements in. Because Woman in the Dunes is the 41st highest rated movie on Letterboxd, I thought that it might be the movie to convince me that Teshigahara…

  • The Northman

    The Northman

    ★★★★★

    Today marks the third anniversary of me making my Letterboxd account, and it was also the day where I finally finished all of my exams, meaning that I'll be graduating from high school later this month. I wanted to celebrate by watching something in the theater, and while I wasn't entirely sure if The Northman was even going to come out in Bahraini theaters, it thankfully did, and so I was able to watch it on the big screen. Both…

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  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    In Disco Elysium, there is a thought that you can internalize in the game called “Actual Art Degree”, and when you’ve finished internalizing it, you’re rewarded with words and phrases that can be used to bash a mediocre or bad piece of art, along with being able to earn 10 XP with every passive conceptualization check. Many of these words and phrases, such as “milquetoast”, “lacking in imagination”, and “cliché-and-gonorrhea-ridden paean to conformism”, are all what I’d use to describe The…

  • The Batman

    The Batman

    ★★★★★

    Anyone who knows me knows how much of a vendetta I have against comic book movies, especially Marvel movies. Despite that, I was honestly really excited for The Batman because it looked like an actual movie that someone made rather than another one of the passionless, lifeless products that dominate the film industry. The last time that I can remember a comic book movie looking this unique or interesting to me would be Joker, and while I am really embarrassed…