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  • Mulholland Drive
  • Naked
  • Cure
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  • Lord of War


  • The China Syndrome


Recent reviews

  • American Graffiti

    American Graffiti


    American graffiti is George Lucas’s successful attempt to recover from critical and commercial failure of THX 1138. 
    After an ambitious sci-fi project, he decided to take on a relatively small coming of age story set in an average American town during the 1960-s.
    The story is about the two recent high school graduates and their friends' adventures through the last night, before leaving college. The idea is really simple, but the talented young actors and well-written screenplay leave you…

  • Lilya 4-ever

    Lilya 4-ever


    Most of the times even if some horrible shit happens on the screen I’m aware of the fact that this is fiction and even if it is very realistic I just admire the skill of the ones involved.
    But while watching this movie, I couldn’t escape the feeling that I’m watching real ordinary people in an ordinary post-soviet small-town setting.

    The fact that a lot of people from former Soviet Union countries lived like that is terrifying.
    A small part…

Popular reviews

  • Tetsuo: The Iron Man

    Tetsuo: The Iron Man


    Shinya Tsukamoto defies laws of physics and conventional presentation with cyberpunk body horror Tetsuo: The Iron man.

    The film follows an office clerk who becomes infected with a very strange disease, that turns his body into a pile of metal.
    Although it is a simple revenge story at its core, there are some deeper themes that Tsukamoto left for the viewer to discover. In my opinion, it’s not only a commentary on Japan’s 1980s industrialization aftermath, but also a depiction of…

  • To the Wonder

    To the Wonder


    To the wonder is an extremely underrated and beautiful piece of filmmaking.
    It is a story about love, human fears, regrets, uncertainty, disappointment.
    It’s structured in a way, that random pieces of memory can appear, then fade away the next second. Moments of pure happiness and joy can be followed by family drama. Monologue about unconditional love is followed by monologue about existential doubts. The film is narrated in different languages, in a way to emphasize the commonality of those…