Favorite films

  • La La Land
  • The Night of the Hunter
  • In the Mood for Love
  • Before Sunset

Recent activity

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home


  • Our Father


  • The Batman


Recent reviews

  • The Fallout

    The Fallout


    The Fallout is a brutal depiction of the impact of a tragedy on a teenage girl's life and how it shapes her interpersonal ties with her family and friends. It's astonishing how well this film understands today's youngsters.

    Jenna Ortega is fantastic in this picture; her portrayal is both subtle and forceful, and the way she conveys pain and despair is truly compelling.

  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels


    Something I have realized in Wong Kar-wai's films, with the two films I had seen of his and now with Fallen Angels is that the man is a genius at portraying human connections, his characters usually don't talk much and don't express all their feelings out loud, but one as a viewer is able to identify and even feel what they feel and think in a very deep way.

    All the elements that make up this film are a bit…

Popular reviews

  • Akira



    Akira is one of those films that I appreciate more than I like. The animation is very good and several of the messages it wants to convey are solid, but I wasn't completely connected to its characters and although entertaining it wasn't completely emotionally satisfying for me.

  • Minari



    Minari is definitely the kind of film that American cinema needs so badly, stories that portray human realities and don't fall into melodrama and clichés to be commercially viable.

    Minari is the definition of a slowburn, the film introduces you to this immigrant family and you watch their daily lives, much of the film is just this, which makes you really care about this family and when the end comes it is even more powerful.

    Lee Isaac Chung's direction is…