Confusing has written 21 reviews for films rated ★★★★ .

  • The Lost Daughter

    The Lost Daughter


    So bold and provocative in its themes and storytelling, well-written characters as well as amazing performances. An outstanding directorial debut.

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon


    Cmon Cmon is a journey through the lens of a newly formed relationship. What strikes the most about this film is how intimate and honest it feels. It heavily relies on the interactions of our duo, a child and an adult's conversations and it manages to give each side enough space to assess their feelings and emotions. It explores the notion of family, human connections, loneliness, and feelings. What makes this work is how relatable and attaching the characters are…

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


    A nuanced, very slow burn western with complicated characters and great writing. Jane Campion really outdid herself by delivering a technically flawless film that serves as an exploration of masculinity.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Edgar Wright's Last Night In Soho is such an experience, an immersive trip to the sixties through our main character's visions. A tale about nostalgia and about living in the memories of the past. It's masterfully executed, every technical aspect is perfect from the mind-blowing cinematography and its use of vibrant colors to represent the past to the music that completely immerses the viewer in that era.
    The story, on the other hand, didn't feel complex, most of the twists…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    An emotional conclusion to a beloved franchise. This chapter focuses on Doctor Swann's past and her relationship with Bond with an emphasis on his human and fragile side while also focusing on the action genre aspect. Well written and connected to the former movies of the franchise, beautifully shot, good action sequences, and filled with sentimental moments. Highly entertaining, Rami Malek is good as a villain although he seems a bit underused, and Daniel Graig is amazing as usual.

  • Petite Maman

    Petite Maman


    A heartwarming story about the relationship between a mother and her daughter and the exploration of grief and motherhood through the perspective of a little girl. Very simple in its construction but very moving and endearing in its take on coming of age.

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    So much fun.

  • Pig



    Pig is a very deep and melancholic movie about a man going through an existential crisis showcased through the quest for his stolen pig. The movie is very subtle and the pacing is kinda slow, we barely get any pieces of information about the character which makes the audience longing for more. It moves from the revenge genre and focuses more on the characters and their emotions. It's very well crafted, the editing is great and the performances are outstanding. It's a very immersive and emotional experience.

  • Kajillionaire



    Very weird and extremely depressing, I don't know why it was labeled as a comedy. Evan Rachel Wood is amazing and I'll be thinking about this one for a while.

  • My Neighbor Totoro

    My Neighbor Totoro


    So heartwarming and wholesome.

  • Hot Fuzz

    Hot Fuzz


    British comedy's supremacy!

  • The Big Short

    The Big Short


    Interesting, well-executed but very complicated like I actually had to google every single word to understand what they were talking about.