Favorite films

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  • Virtual Trip: Tokyo Twilight from the Air
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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince


  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix


Recent reviews

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

    There's enough great material here to fill two solid Potter movies, or jam-pack them into one Potter movie until it bursts at the seams. They chose the latter.
    Most of the intricacies of this series are lost entirely on David Yates, who approaches Order of the Phoenix with a blunt and uncreative hand. I think it’s his lack of resourcefulness as a visual storyteller that really bogs this movie down- not a single set piece popping with visual flair, and…

  • Memoria



    Apichatpong understands the infinite narrative history of spaces and objects, and I’ve never quite palpably felt that understanding more than Memoria’s last couple scenes. This is a sleepy movie, in that it deals directly with the subject of sleep. It’s dreamlike in that each scene cuts wrongly and awkwardly into the next with a chronological yet non-sturdy emotional logic. Yet everything is presented so concretely- it is only the duration of the images that gives meaning- acts as the medium…

Popular reviews

  • The Iron Lady

    The Iron Lady

    Lmao haven’t seen this movie, just today felt like a fuck thatcher day

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    Trigger warning: suicide 

    This film contains a scene where a grieving parent is able to hug her dead son one more time. He stands monolith-like among the field, shimmering in the golden hour, and she sees him. It’s like a dream at first. Maybe she’s had this dream a million times. But when she approaches him, and he tells her he loves her with his eyes, she knows it’s really him. A hand outstretched, she caresses him and they embrace.…