• Midway




    I quite honestly do not know if my reasoning, for why I like this film is absolutely idiotic, but I just can not help my self and like Roland Emmerich's commitment to detail and this film as a whole.

    Before the release of this film, I did not even dare to think that Roland Emmerich would even be in the slightest capable of making a good war flick. This preconception of mine came 100 percently from me knowing how…

  • Cry Macho

    Cry Macho



    This macho thing is overrated. Just people trying to show that they've got grit. That's about all they end up with. It's like anything else in life: you think you got all the answers, then you realize, as you get older, you don't have any of them.

    As the dialogue above already makes it clear, this is not a film where Eastwood is the macho, that he once was in every other film, this is him being a nice…

  • The Enemies

    The Enemies



    A very confusing anti war film, that just doesn't work all that well.

    Packed in a 1:27h long runtime you get probably one of the most convoluted and boring war movies I have ever seen. It is truly bizzare that there is a way to make a movie about the horror of war, without showing neither horror nor actual war, just three people, a belgian, an american and a german guy, doing things like driving around, dancing in a…

  • District 9

    District 9



    Aliens and Apartheid. Sounds like a good idea right?

    Well let me start this review by saying, yes it is a good idea to highlight how awful apartheid in Sout Africa was, by creating a story revolving around the segregation of aliens and humans. However that is also the biggest problem of such simile, due to the fact that the aliens that were chosen to represent the people that were suppressed during the days of apartheid are quite literally…

  • Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

    Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw



    This has to be the most boring 2010s action film I have ever seen.

    I did not feel a single emotion throughout the entire runtime of the movie, to be fair I also forgot what the film was even about while it was still running. On paper there is no way that is as boring as it is, with actor like Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson. However these actor are pretty much the main reason why it even is…

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    Avengers Endgame, more like compulsory fist in the anus, by Kevin Feige, so that you give him all the money you have left.

    How does one, that is not a 30 year old corporation loving idiot, jerking himself to sleep in the thought that Marvel is going to make another Billion Dollars with their new film, or a teenager with the attention span of 6 seconds, love this film. I just absolutely don't get it.

    I mean seriously, everything…

  • All Too Well: The Short Film

    All Too Well: The Short Film



    How, just how can you pair such a bad song with something so well shot and put such an incredibly untalented actor like Dylan O'Brien in it.

  • GoldenEye




    I really don't get why people love this one so much, I mean it is a good film probably even the third best Bond film of the last 30 years, but it just does not rival older or newer 007 films.

  • A Page of Madness

    A Page of Madness



    I felt like I was having a bizzare and unsettling nightmare throughout.

    It not only looks great, but also is edited so well, that you actually get pretty scared while watching it, even though it is a silent-era film. Furthermore the emotions conveyed by the actors are so intense, that that alone is unsettling enough to create this horrifying, nightmarish atmosphere throughout the whole movie. But not even knowing all that can prepare you for what you actually are about to see, when you decide to watch this film. This truly is masterpiece of silent-era japanese cinema.

  • The American

    The American



    All men are sinners

    I don't know if this applies to me, considering that i rated this film so high, but I just can not help myself but love this film so much. In my opinion this film is a masterclass in every aspect, why you may ask, well let me tell you.

    First of all the cinematography, it is just astonishing, from the mesmerizing landscapes of Italy, to the narrow, claustrophobic streets of Castel del Monte, it offers…

  • Unleashed




    This one is absolutely wild and I don't say this for no reason, from the get go this film delivers its insanity in two ways, one of which ways is more in the sense of insanly good, this way are it's fights. I was prepared to see some top notch fight choreography, as you would expect by a film starring Jet Li, but I was not prepared to see Jet Li beat the living shit out of literally everyone…

  • The Crimson Rivers

    The Crimson Rivers



    I really wanted to like this film, mainly because I remembered it being really good and because I really like Jean Reno, but sadly it isn't, my nostalgia really did deceive me on that one. Nethertheless I still enjoyed the re-watch, especially the first half of the film which is actually pretty good. The second half on the other hand, is just not that good, especially the ending, and the big reveal that comes with it, is so underwhealming…