Raphael Georg Klopper

"As far back as I can remenber, I've always wanted to be a filmaker!"

Favorite films

  • Kiss Me Deadly
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Stalker
  • Apocalypse Now

Recent activity

  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade


  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


  • Raiders of the Lost Ark


  • Manhunter


Recent reviews

  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade


    The “third movie is always the worst” mocking critic should’ve really been extinct by this point in history. Not always you’re going to get a Blade Trinity people, so calm down! See no further proof than The Last Crusade being hailed by many as the very supreme best of the Indiana Jones franchise ever since it came out, and more so this, even though some purists tend to take it with a certain level of resentment for perhaps feeling it…

  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


    While the first movie was pealing more to something like Casablanca, this sequel/prequel movie deep dives all into the 30s Republic production serials catalogue of B-movie by FULLY embracing its absurdist elements of bigger than life heroics, pretty damsels in distress, exotic locations, megalomaniac zealots of evil and power with their impregnable haunted Fortress, a endless playground of experimental ‘punch and run’ action.

    That allows itself on being high adventurous and silly on its endless range of creativity, plus taking…

Popular reviews

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    Previously on Top Gun (1986):

    Stinger: They gave you your choice of duty, son. Anything, anywhere. Do you believe that shit? Where do you think you wanna go?

    Maverick: I thought of being an instructor, sir.

    Stinger: Top Gun?

    Maverick: Yes, sir.

    Stinger: God help us.

    God help us indeed, the world wasn’t yet ready for that master of a tease for a sequel, and even more, a sequel so FREAKING GOOD as this one shows to be!

    My heart…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    “The best DC/Superhero movie since <The Dark Knight” – has already become a scratchy refrain that “expert critics” have already turned into a mold to copy with each new DC release that goes against everything that went “wrong” in the last years of tenure at Warner and their miserable attempts to match Marvel in building their own shared universe.

    While in the midst of all this, with studios increasingly concerned with just leveraging franchises – and while this film is…