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Recent reviews

  • Athena



    Athena is a pulsating, fire-breathing, technical marvel. The opening tracking shot lunges you head first into the chaos and the high octane vibe is maintained for most of the film. Its very obvious that Gavras is flexing the film making genes his great GREAT dad passed onto him and he excels at creating a political, visceral tragedy of anger and injustice.

    The film does lose steam plot-wise at a point. It feels like they run out of ideas and just got through with it. Still, the great performances of the cast and extras keep the film afloat.


  • Aftersun



    The profundity of Aftersun lies in the afterkick. When the film has ended and the credits are rolling, you sit in silence, thinking back. Of cos the tears have already started rolling, or at least the eyes are welling up from that beautiful, painful dance scene near the end. But everything just begins to hit you like concrete. Some of the dialogue and actions that seemed mundane or didn't really mean anything takes upon a whole different meaning(effect), and that…

Popular reviews

  • The Father

    The Father


    I truly am in awe of what has been accomplished here. Where Sound of Metal uses incredible sound production to build character connection to the viewer, Hopkins's performance is what drops you in the middle of his psyche.
    In this film, you are inside the fragmented mind of Anthony. You are at the forefront, not just watching but experiencing a man falling apart, losing himself. Its quiet horrifying and heartbreaking to say the least. Florian Zeller brilliantly uses the flat/house…

  • Nobody Knows

    Nobody Knows


    Asian drama just hits different.
    I think I can finally assert that Hirokazu Kore-eda is unequivocally one of the most achingly humanistic directors in the history of cinema, both past and present. There is a complexity in the kind of sympathy Kore-eda's characters illicit in the viewer. Not many people can fully comprehend the talent and skill it takes to make the most mundane and simplest of actions look profound on camera. Kore-eda does this so effortlessly in all of…