Favorite films

  • Wild Strawberries
  • Stalker
  • The Best of Youth
  • The Return

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Recent reviews

  • Blue Is the Warmest Color

    Blue Is the Warmest Color


    Wow such a polarizer movie. I loved it. La vie d'Adèle is not a normal movie or arthouse cinema. La vie d'Adèle is a life of experience. Yes some scenes were unnecessary but I can understand Abdellatif Kechiche’s mind. One scene that my favorite scene also was that dinner scenes both Adele’s and Emma’s parents house. While Adele was invited to Emma’s parents; Emma did tell everything about Adele to her parents. Emma’s father and mother are modern and open…

  • Conversations with Friends

    Conversations with Friends

    Overrated just like Normal People

Popular reviews

  • Searching for Bobby Fischer

    Searching for Bobby Fischer


    Directing: C
    Scenario: B
    Cinematography: C
    Acting: B
    Fiction: B+
    MVP: Joe Mantegna
    This movie doesn't take chess as the main tool. Being the good father and raising good children is one of the things the film teaches us. Bobby Fischer, on the other hand, is unfortunately processed enough in the movie. It's not a cult movie but it is watchable.

  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    Directing: A
    Scenario: A+
    Cinematography: A
    Acting: A+
    Fiction: A+
    MVP: Jodie Comer
    One of the things that makes the world beautiful is Ridley Scott making a good movie. If Scott has made a good movie you should definitely watch it. The music was great, the war atmosphere was outstanding and the acting was terrific. Jodie Comer, on the other hand, managed to shine even more than Adam Driver and Matt Damon, even though she literally starred in the same movie. She deserves an Oscar.

    What an exceptional return by the great Ridley Scott.