Nico Sanft

Director based in Hamburg, Germany.

Favorite films

  • No Country for Old Men
  • Blade Runner
  • Another Round
  • The Social Network

Recent activity

  • Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III


  • Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II


  • Robot Chicken: Star Wars


  • Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power

Recent reviews

  • Oppenheimer



    A convoluted courtroom drama with a disturbingly high number of A-list faces, unfocused, moving too quickly yet too stretched out, both big and loud but also distanced and cold—all this, while The Social Network showed us how it's really done. When it comes to telling an actually straightforward biopic in a complex way, yet keeping the audience involved and emotionally connected, I will from this day on refer everyone to David Fincher.

    On that note, I'm convinced that Wally Pfister made Nolan a better director.

  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


    While Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny undoubtedly stands on its own two feet, it is impossible to ignore the void left by Steven Spielberg's absence—his singular talent as one of the most gifted visual storytellers of his time is unmistakable, and there are moments where one can't help but wonder how his touch could have changed this film for the better. Nonetheless, James Mangold has done an admirable job in paying tribute to Spielberg's legacy: Dial is a…

Popular reviews

  • Who Am I

    Who Am I


    Fuck everything about this soulless piece of crap that so badly wants to be Fight Club that it has to double bluff its way out of plagiarism by showing that the main protagonist has a Fight Club poster in his room. Rarely has a film made me this angry.

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    The tragedy of any modern Batman movie will always be that it has to compare itself to previous incarnations of the world's most famous vigilante. Christopher Nolan's version in particular, whose first two installments I passionately love, has its footprints all over this new, mercilessly brutal Batman. To someone like me, this might seem like a great thing—taking the strengths of the The Dark Knight trilogy and giving them a new, thoroughly exciting spin; scraping fast-paced action thriller elements in…