Lucas Nasu Nielsen

I watch too many movies.
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Favorite films

  • La La Land
  • Her
  • Drive
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Recent activity

  • Midsommar


  • Hereditary


  • Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain


  • 20th Century Women


Recent reviews

  • Midsommar



    This is easily one of the most shocking openings to a film I’ve ever seen.  That one take following the firemen through the house is phenomenal.

    Visually stunning and brilliantly executed, Midsommar is an extremely disturbing but beautiful film to witness.

    Ari Aster’s skills as a filmmaker are put on full display here.  Every shot is executed perfectly, each filled with many layers of metaphors and symbolism that all adds to the deeper meaning of the film.

    I love the…

  • Hereditary



    Did they really have to terrify that poor kid so much?  Just posses him and move on.  Like jeez, he’s traumatized enough as is.

    This is probably one of, if not the scariest film I’ve ever watched.  It’s not insanely gory or violent, but this thing is a genuinely terrifying watch.  I am still angry that Toni Colette didn’t get a nomination for this, especially in that awful film year of 2018.  

    I didn’t understand this movie at all…

Popular reviews

  • The Social Network

    The Social Network


    Decided to watch another one of my favourites today.  The Social Network, is a masterclass in editing, directing, and writing, and should have been the film to give Fincher his much overdue Oscar. 

    I don’t think I’m alone when I say I love this movie.  It’s low-key filmmaking at its finest.  Subtle but executed to perfection.  No shot, scene, or line of dialogue feels out of place or unnecessary, everything is calculated and purposeful.  This film arises a similar feeling that…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    2022 Films Ranked

    A24 Ranked

    I went into this thinking I was going to be different than all those other 5 star Letterboxd people…

    I was wrong.
    This is a difficult film to express in words why it’s so good, you just have to watch it for yourself.  I went in completely blind which I believe is the best way to watch this movie, it made my entire viewing experience that much more engaging.  So I’m not going to…