• The Little Things

    The Little Things

    well, after all the cast is good despite the cliché plot. You may actually like it if you haven't seen a lot of thrillers before. Not so bad.

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    Am I the only one who was watching the film and was like: I want both Marla and Roman to burn in hell?

  • Parasite



    People who ride the subway have a special smell...

    For everyone out there who wants to know what cinema is..interested to discover the craft of filmmaking or just curious to know what is like to leave audience's jaw dropped the entire film.. Then this is a must watch movie. This is when a director create his own genre, so mesmerizing that it is so hard to describe. This is the type of films that will get you impressed during every…

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    I can understand why this movie was not appreciated by so many including myself as It presents a different(or random) way of telling a story. Right After I left the movie theatre very disappointed, I read some online reviews of people just to see what made them love the film .

    There was a review that I stumbled upon of a person arguing that this movie is what real cinema is, if you don't like it, it means that you…

  • Mr. Nobody

    Mr. Nobody


    Mr. Nobody (2009)

    In chess, it's called Zugzwang... when the only viable move...
    Is not to move


  • Shoplifters



    A true masterpiece that makes you reflect on the concept of family. Very realistic and devastating

  • Vice



    Adam McKay's unique style of narrative and Christian Bale's brilliant performance in this movie makes this strange yet innovative biopic an entertaining watching experience.

  • Joe's Violin

    Joe's Violin


    Simple and straight to the point yet very touching

  • Capernaum



    I can't remember when was the last time I literally cried when watching a movie. Probably during the execution scene of John Coffey, a mesmerizing scene that reminded us how hateful this world have become. Or maybe during the final scene of American Beauty and the feeling of puzzlements the movie left in me.

    Capernaum is one of these few movies that made me empathize with characters so much to the point of raising so many questions about humanity and…

  • Bohemian Rhapsody

    Bohemian Rhapsody


    Bohemian Rhapsody, a movie that raised my expectations too high yet I ended up very disappointed. A well written storyline was remarkably missing in this movie. Bohemian Rhapsody fails to shed light on a specific milestone of Frederic Mercury's life and instead tries to sell the excitement and the fun out of the songs and concerts that marked the success of the famous rock band Queen. The breakdowns as well as the victories that were in Mercury's life were not…