Favorite films

  • Millennium Actress
  • Quién te cantará
  • Before Sunset
  • Decision to Leave

Recent activity

  • Slow


  • Mimang


  • Hannah Gadsby: Something Special


  • Hannah Gadsby: Douglas


Recent reviews

  • Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie

    Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie


    What an utterly loveless creation – the epitome of milking, truly, and a disgrace to a charming series whose creative, witty and genuinely clever writing is usually on par with the best of fanfiction. All the characters leave the impression of having been ripped from the series for their design and name under express exclusion of their essence. Anytime anyone opens their mouth, I was hit with the uncanniness of their botched portrayal: a paralyzed Marinette stripped of her defining…

  • Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas

    Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas


    Rarely have I seen such marvellous storytelling, action, animation and powerful characters all in one; not a single second that isn't perfectly captured, and in such gorgeous angles to boot! Truly captures the spirit of adventure. ERIS OMG.

Popular reviews

  • The Farewell

    The Farewell

    Underwhelming and without any artistic merit whatsoever. Its message is well worth talking about, but didn't require a movie — certainly not this movie — to be conveyed. The Farewell raises a question, but doesn't commit to it, and ultimately fails at stringing together a narrative. It pretends to be a story about family, but you don't actually feel the family through any of this (beyond what you're fed in the opening scene, which is where the movie peaks), and…

  • Invisible Life

    Invisible Life


    Frankly, after the end of childhood, the remaining two hours or so were somewhat of an uninspired drag as the film became more and more self-absorbed in its own bleak drama. What's actually shown on screen in terms of emotionality never quite matches up with the heartrending love and longing conveyed in Guida's letters that serve as interludes (easily the best and truest element of the story) — worse, more often than not, this discrepancy in intensity made it feel…