• It



    Summer 1989, kids with their bicycles. A boy from the neighborhood goes missing. “It” is perhaps one of the most known work by Stephen King. The two-part movie (or miniseries to be exact) from 1990 by Tommy Lee Wallace (Amityville, Halloween III, The Fields) is part of the popular culture, but also an excellent one.

    It’s always exciting to go to watch a movie remake of a cult-classic film decades after the original. I was going to wait for this…

  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story


    This review contains only mild spoilers. Read with caution, if you have not seen the movie yet.

    Star Wars has been one of my ultimate favorites since a little boy. Saw A New Hope when I was seven. Since then, I have watched all the Lucas-era films at least twice, the eighth film Rogue One being the latest. All six first films deserve straight five out of five, even the episodes from one to three with Jar Jar and everything.…

  • Life



    If you want to see Life, don’t watch the trailer or read the spoilers. Better yet, don’t read this review, even though I’m not spoiling anything. Life is one of those films you might like if you don’t know anything beforehand.

    Life is the latest space sci-fi film that premiered last week. I try not to spoil it much, but let me tell you the simple version of the main plot. We live in the near future. Six piece team…

  • Passengers



    Boggled about the bad reviews. Endless space, big spaceship, robots, artificial intelligence, time as an element, eternity, outer space voyage, question about life and death - all the scifi elements I love. Passengers is like a soft version of Gravity or Interstellar, but not comparing this to those gems in any way. Yet Passenger is visually and overally stunning.

    Acting is surprisingly not very good, but okay and quite tolerable and sufficient considering the entertaiment factor. Humour, romance, adventure and exciting thrills got me so hooked I was willing to forgive some imminent weaknesses in the storyline. Compelling space movie. Watch especially without any expectations.

  • The Neon Demon

    The Neon Demon

    Nicolas Winding Refn has undoubtedly directed couple of very successful movies like Drive and Bronson, which I liked myself quite a lot. Refn's style is unique and "artsy" and it's clearly noticeable in The Neon Demon as well. Like Drive and others, The Neon Demon is quite slow paced, visually dazzling and there's greatly supporting synthwave and edm in the background.

    Visually the film is astonishing. Soundtrack is stunningly brilliant and I got "Mine" by Copenhagen-based Sweet Tempest to my…

  • Before Sunrise

    Before Sunrise


    Authentic, realistic, minimalistic, but completely dull. I expect from movies something unexpected, unreal or something to think. This film didn't give any of those things. I also don't think the chemistry between Hawke and Delpy was all there. Maybe expected too much. Disappointed. Almost fell asleep while watching.

  • Tomorrowland



    Tomorrowland is one of those films you look at, 'well, this is going to be bad, I'm going to watch it another day... or perhaps never'. I thought that and, man, was wrong. The film is built in a way it's not very compelling from the start, but it pays off. It's made for everyone, including your children and whole family to watch - It's a Disney film, that's for sure.

    George Clooney and Britt Robertson are a bit childish,…

  • Man Up

    Man Up


    I gotta say, mostly when I pick romantic comedies, they tend to be overally clichéed, shallow plotted semi-boring with hardly no chemistry between the actors. Man Up is not quite those. It has all the elements to provide easily watchable, fuzzy and warm romance and joy. I laughed a lot, enjoyed my time, even teared up. The chemistry between Lake Bell and Simon Pegg is magical - really couple material. Highly recommended watch with your loved one.

  • Remember
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


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

    I have been a Star Wars fan since 6-year-old boy and loved all the 6 films equally. However, the seventh is a major disappointment. Recycled material, lazy characters and acting, no decent plot, nothing original. I liked the nostalgic feelings in some scenes, Chewbacca, bar scene, bad guys, but the lack of proper duel, lack of the Jedi, lack of the character development made me sad.

    Entertaining and fast couple of hours so that's why I don't want to completely…

  • The Green Inferno

    The Green Inferno


    Eli Roth's The Green Inferno is not unique cannibal film, because Cannibal Holocaust and Cannibal Ferox already did the job. As a cinema provocateur film The Green Inferno succeeds rather well. There's maybe one of the most brutal scenes since Hostel.

    The plot is interesting and compelling from the beginning and the film is excecuted so beautifully it's easy to sit through, considering the time, that is. The scenes are upright horrific. Have to admire the skin paint, old fashioned…

  • Deadpool



    Ryan Reynolds waited 11 years for this film, because 20th Century Fox thought it was a bad idea back in the days. Reynolds has been with the production, writer and directing team because he liked the thought so much and it really shows. He really gives his best and I love him for that in this film.

    I know this is one of the films that make people walk out from the theater or love the film from start to…