• Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    Perfection manifests before your very eyes when you least expect.
    Great comeback after 36 years!

    It is a movie movie in the best sense of those words. It has great acting, great storyline, great cinematography, etc. It may have been 36 years since the original; but a couple of generations have been waiting for this & they didn’t be disappointed.
    Top Gun: Maverick truly was a great movie! It's funny, dramatic, action-packed, heartfelt. A tightly written story with no lines or…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Complex, but easy to follow plot, with the great acting. It successfully poked fun at every genre, from mystery to comedy, romance to science fiction, and anything in between. It borrowed iconic scenes from many movies. a range of emotions and imaginations I didn't believe could happen All At Once! It gets so caught up in what it could do with endless possibilities that it never stops to think whether or not it should. I think the story has the…

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    a gritty revenge epic, opens with promise grounded in Norse mythology.

    Robert Eggers delivers a bloody great  Shakespearean revenge epic with gorgeous cinematography that entrances the viewer from beginning to end. If you are fan of old-school epic tales of revenge, then The Northman is the movie for you.
    Eggers has embraced the wildness. creating a world of primal ritual where the spirit realm regularly interacts with the material one, and life is nasty, brutish, and short. 
    "My heart was…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    The Gotham's distress, Batman's vengence, Riddler's guidance, Political corruption & Matt Reeve's cinematography in it's purest form.
    Brilliant, dark, refreshing, and morally tormented with an indie feel like "The Joker". I was blown away by this human, emotionally touching grounded take on Batman. Not cartoonish, but real people with flaws. Loved how it showed Bruce Wayne getting hurt, making mistakes, and struggling with his moral conscience. the rich and emotionally complex narrative is a joy to watch. Different than the other…

  • Uncharted



    if you're a fan of the video games you'll love it.
    Entertaining throughout the whole movie, it’s one of those movies you would like to see on the big screen with your friends. plot was a simple, just plain good entertainment and fun! 
    Loved the chemistry between Mark and Tom. You won't like it if you take it too seriously, just take the popcorn, and enjoy the movie 

    - Looking forward to a sequel. 🏝

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car


    A great story with an amazing Script.

    This film speaks a universal language of emotions, that takes us on a journey of self-discovery and acceptance.
    A personal character driven film about how people cope with loss and guilt. A powerful essay on moving forward with one's life through sorrow and tragedy. You will come away from this film feeling a true catharsis with the characters, because all of us have gone through love, loss and guilt. The emotional journeys taken by the characters propel you into the story.

  • The Godfather

    The Godfather


    the 50th Anniversary of one of Hollywood's masterpieces, the Pure cinematic perfection! 

    watching my favorite movie the timeless masterpiece in theaters! it’s a dream come true. has been unforgettable. ♥️

  • The Good Boss

    The Good Boss


    Bardem gives great performance, he is quite simply: the movie.
    He is brilliant as the “protagonist” of the piece, selling both Blanco’s squeaky-clean image and the selfish core beneath it excellently, and representing his gradual descent into madness and desperation in a consistently engaging way 
    Bardem’s performance, as a man who has spent a lifetime hiding his unethical behaviour behind the veneer of patrician affability and who seems to have lost his feel for what’s right and wrong, has a…

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    Great retro piece with wardrobe and music. 

    This film’s opening is its best quality. Much like Once Upon A Time In ... Hollywood the viewer must decide if they desire to hang and go along for the ride.
    Terrific performance all around, beautiful direction and cinematography from Paul Thomas Anderson, and it’s actually a well-told story despite the controversial age gap depicted in the film. It doesn’t feel like it has a three-act structure, but rather sequences showcases these characters…

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World


    A deep look inside self love and what drives us .

    💌: "I wasted so much time worrying about what could go wrong. But what did go wrong, was never the things I worried about" 
    - The Worst Person in the World 2021 

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth


    THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH is a stunning horror-noir full of eldritch dread. It's a film but it has all the trappings of a high class theatre production. A portrait of Macbeth that's been masterfully reduced to it's basics a beauty of lumière et ombre, it stays grounded in its roots as a play and with a script that unapologetically stays true to its Shakespearean tongue.
    To say this film is a work of art is not hyperbole. Denzel Washington and…

  • Mass



    "Mass" does not offer any easy answers in depicting grieving parents trying to understand the inexplicable, the film feels so real I felt like a eavesdropping on this conversation. this is a great film that proves just sequences of dialogue can be gripping and engaging. the spirit of the film is made tangible by solid performances that blur the line between reality and film -particularly Jason Isaacs and Ann Dowd whose emotional range has achieved the status of perfection-