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Language is never a barrier to embrace Movies around the world

I like big "LISTS", and I cannot LIE

Favorite films

  • Amadeus
  • Apocalypse Now
  • There Will Be Blood
  • The Pianist

Recent activity

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once


  • Crash


  • A Hero


  • C'mon C'mon


Recent reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    This movie had a very huge hype to maintain,
    A movie which entered top 250 letterboxed, this quickly and is in top 5, It had to be something extraordinary.
    Last time a movie climbed this high on top 250, it went on to win an Oscar (parasite)

    It is a FAMILY movie, with NIHILISM, with EXISTENTIALISM, with STOICISM, with ABSURDISM, with LOGIC.
    it tried TEACHING,
    Parenting, Humanity, Love, Kindness, Respect, Cycle of Life and Death, Commitment.
    The whole plot it…

  • Crash



    The only thing I got to know from this movie is to, stay away from people
    Who claims a car crash is

    A fertilizing event, rather than a destructive event. And there is a benevolent psychopathology that beckons towards us.

    The whole movie was gripping enough to make my lags shake, it kept a tone, where the curiosity held me for each of the graphic scene.
    Cronenberg very cleverly synchronised a car wash with sexuality, each whip from washer, was…

Popular reviews

  • The Father

    The Father


    This movie could easily be one of the finest "thriller" "suspense" or a "horror" with it's astonishing soundtrack, performances, cinematography and the use of the screen. But it choose to be an emotional heart wrecking drama, which provides the year 2020 with one of the best performances by Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Coleman.

    Even the plot of the movie, which I guess was shown from the Befuddled perspective of Anthony (Anthony Hopkins (the father)), showed us how people after a…

  • Nomadland



    There is never a final goodbye, You just meet people down the road.

    What's remembered, lives

    This movie tells a lot about solitude and lives lived in solitude.
    This movie is a personified example of solitariness because miseries come and go, people live and die, but what's left is life we lived.
    Being alone is very difficult, and the soundtrack which was played when fern was left alone, described loneliness. The point in life when you have to stand all…