Favorite films

  • As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty
  • Yi Yi
  • Taste of Cherry
  • La Belle Noiseuse

Recent activity

  • Last Take, Last Shot


  • Flee


  • Encanto


  • Sing 2


Pinned reviews

  • Memoria



    Apichatpong films has always been so surreal to me, they always have this striking contrast; on the one side, you have a personal film with incredibly mundane and lingering moments about every day existence, but on the other, you have a socio-political commentary of the community he's trying to portray; personally, I tend to relate to the former.

    There is a limit to how much can be said about Memoria. It is a contemplative, abstract meditation that seems to speak…

  • Pain and Glory

    Pain and Glory


    On the nights where several aches coincide, those nights I believe in God. And I pray. On the days when I only have one kind of pain, I'm an atheist.

    We must, at some stage of our lives, make amends for what we have done and what some people have done for us. Looking back on the memories and reflecting on the past that has shaped our existence is painful, but there will always be glory in the end. It…

Recent reviews

  • Leonor Will Never Die

    Leonor Will Never Die


    Leonor Will Never Die is a whimsical love letter to 70s/80s Filipino action flicks. I love it so much! This is Philippine cinema!

  • A Hero

    A Hero


    This is a scathing exploration of morality, economic stratification and the influence of the media; a lot of intricate and subtle themes are thrown around. But Asghar Farhadi’s brilliant filmmaking approach is strong enough to hold our attention, showcasing challenging societal moral concerns in contemporary Iran.

Popular reviews

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    You’re thinking of ending things. You’re thinking of an answer to a question. A question to all of the things that could’ve been. The thought of you being successful, the thought of you having that girl. The thought of your parents being proud. The thought of you being ok. All of it are just a figment of your imagination. A fever dream. Something that’s so gracious, palpable, and profoundly beautiful. 

    You’re thinking of ending things. You’re thinking if life is…

  • The Babysitter: Killer Queen

    The Babysitter: Killer Queen


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    watched it for Samara Weaving and I was not disappointed.