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

  • Make Way for Tomorrow


  • Pretty in Pink


  • Shithouse


  • Empire Records


Recent reviews

  • Make Way for Tomorrow

    Make Way for Tomorrow


    My Top 100 Movies Rewatch

    Make Way for Tomorrow:
    Original Ranking: #87
    New Ranking: #87

    Easily the oldest film within my top 100 and also one of the few that have actually made me cry, and I don’t mean a few tears, I mean properly full on crying.  Even today on second viewing I was having a tough time holding back tears. 

    It’s not a sad movie that is obviously sad, it’s not depressing or traumatic in anyway, it’s actually…

  • Pretty in Pink

    Pretty in Pink


    I blame this movie for creating the friend-zone.  Damn you Molly Ringwald and your inability to read signs, Duckie would’ve done anything for you.  I genuinely hate how much I relate to Duckie in this movie, it’s actually pathetic on my part… with that being said Duckie Dale is one of the greatest characters in cinematic history.

    I’m going to be honest, I have a soft spot for these kinds of movies.  I grew up on them because they’re the…

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…

  • The Thing

    The Thing


    Wow, just wow.

    Words cannot describe how awesome this movie is.  I can’t believe it took me this long to finally watch it.  It’s terrifying, brutally gruesome, and has some of the best practical effects I have ever seen.  The animatronics and puppets used in this film are out of this world, and truly disturbing.  John Carpenter directs this film to perfection creating a very creepy tone throughout that just settles into you, (similar to the feeling I get when…