RSS feed for Milez

Favorite films

Recent activity


Recent reviews

  • Mudbound



    Ronsel Jackson: Over there, I was a liberator. People lined up in the streets waiting for us. Throwing flowers and cheering. And here, I'm just another nigger pushing a plow.

    Set in the period of World War 2, Mudbound is a story of two families one white, one black settled in rural Mississippi addressing racism, PTSD and family. Characters are driven through their own narratives and how their lives are. What they hope for, what they have faced an what…

  • Spotlight



    Mitchell Garabedian: If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to abuse one.

    This quote starts to echo in your ears and mind. We see how back it goes, how many children were abused, the cover up done, no reports or motion filed, the use of words faith and religion, how the community will look at it, new articles which were either just clippings or buried, there were echoes from here and there, people tried…

Popular reviews

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    Happy Birthday to Me!!!!

    About 7 years back when I was just starting discover Cinema, I accidentally met with this Lynch's masterpiece. It was in DVD back then, one of my friends told me to just experience it. And I did and what experience it was. I was playing detective for weeks just to find answers to this film. What it meant? What happened to some characters? Was it all just a dream?

    Today as I turn 24, I decided…

  • Moonlight



    In its beauty of storytelling through three chapter of a boy going through a journey of his realization as he faces every obstacle he can. He runs from three boys with sticks at the start hiding in a apartment where he meets Juan who becomes someone who guides him like his father. As he reaches his teenage life, living with his drug fueled mother asking him for money, he fights off the bullying he faces and a moment on the…