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  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story


    Watched: 1/1
    Performances: 3/3
    Screenplay: 2/3
    Direction: 2/3

    Rating: 8/10

    I wasn't sure about Adam Driver as a performer until I watched this. Scarlett Johansson also looks pretty different from any other of her films. Both give strong and awards-worthy performances along with the rest of the cast. I loved how the anger escalates in the characters as things start to get complicated for both. This was my first Baumbach movie as director, so I'm glad I still have a lot more like this to watch!

  • Dolemite Is My Name

    Dolemite Is My Name


    Watched: 1/1
    Performances: 1/3
    Screenplay: 1/3
    Direction: 1/3

    Rating: 4/10

    I almost fell asleep in the middle of the film. Eddie Murphy is fine, the music is good and the general idea of the film is also great. But the development of the film was an issue for me. It's as if someting didn't add up here. The sex scene was the best part of the whole movie.

Popular reviews

  • Arrival



    Watched: 1/1
    Performances: 2/3
    Screenplay: 3/3
    Direction: 3/3

    Rating: 9/10

    Definitely Denis Villeneuve is becoming one of my favorite directors of our era. Arrival is excellent in every aspect, visually enjoyable and mind-fucking story. I love sci-fi films where every scene is cared and it has a meaning, it's not the typical alien invasion where aliens come to destroy our planet. It reminded me a lot of Enemy by the same director and Interstellar by Nolan. It was one of…

  • The Guilty

    The Guilty


    Watched: 1/1
    Performances: 2/3
    Screenplay: 2/3
    Direction: 2/3

    Rating: 7/10

    This movie is like reading a book since you have to imagine how most of the characters look like. As many of you might have pointed out, this film lays between The Call (2013) and Locke (2013) but wins against both films by enhancing the excitement and intrigue at every moment.
    The unexpected plot-twists changes the way you look at the characters that never appear on screen and you can feel the satisfactions and frustrations our main character goes through.