• Best of Enemies

    Best of Enemies


    A formatted film that may have some educational value about the history of American politics and television. The problem is that it certainly is not a film about a battle of ideas between two thinkers. If you want to be intellectually stimulated, look elsewhere. It is a historical film about the rise of entertainment politics with egotistical clashes that would make some audiences rejoice in today's world (albeit disguised behind much more elitism). In that sense it is a valuable…

  • The Island President

    The Island President


    The most important topic of all, a fascinating main character that has an incredible life story, incredible access...yet the film manages to be...boring! A huge disappointment and frustrating film.

  • De regels van matthijs

    De regels van matthijs


    One of the most powerful, important and moving documentary ever made.

  • A Separation

    A Separation


    Amazing actors. Wonderful filmmaking.

  • To the Wonder

    To the Wonder


    Pure wonder. I have been thinking about this film every single day since I watched it. I may go as far as saying that it changed me. It certainly changed my perception of what can be done with a film. I am thankful that geniuses such as Malick can be given the freedom to fully express their art and take the audience somewhere new. It may not be for everyone, but it certainly is an "experience.". It may sound pretentious but this film transcends cinema itself, making the audience, for once, feel absolutely alive. Who said cinema is bound to be a passive medium?