• Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    It will never not be funny that the whole story derails, because Finn and Rose got a parking ticket

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


    Ok so i watched this movie a billion times and for the first time I noticed, that Rey is wearing Finns jacket in one shot (when they are outside, right before Han's death scene). And i was like: that's cute, she's still wearing her desert outfit and Finn noticed, so he gave her his jacket. But when they enter that balcony, where they watch Han die, Finn is wearing the jacket again, SO HE GOT IT BACK FROM HER. So…

  • Sleepaway Camp

    Sleepaway Camp


    I kind of loved this? Everyone on here is (rightfully) praising the ending, that has to be one of the most terrifying/weirdly cathartic final shots I've ever seen.
    But even the rest of the film was entertaining. A lot of these slashers are just boring when there are no kills because the characters have barely any characteristics. But this one leans into the campy of this and I've had my fun with this.
    Perfect combination of low-budget trashyness, funny interactions,…

  • Bubble Bath

    Bubble Bath


    I love how everytime you get used to the art direction, it throws some thing new and unexpected on screen. One visual more inventive than the other.

  • Metropolis



    Had the pleasure of watching this in an authentic cinema from the 20s in Berlin with a life orchestra playing. Amazing experience and I've fallen in love once again with this movie!

  • Prey



    Loved that the movie has some thematical depth and constantly depicts, examines and then changes up lots of predator/prey dynamics, ranging from animal/animal, human/animal, human/human and finally human/highly developed alien. The setting is chosen perfectly for this theme and for this narrative. I loved that they dubbed the whole mobie in comanche, even though only a few people will watch it that way.
    It sadly never reaches the visual heights and the same level of horror and suspense of the…

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


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

    It's funny, Marvel is always criticized for having weak villains, so they try to fix it, by having an established character as the villain. It was already not that good in Wandavision but at least they tried to explore the character a little bit. This just throws everything out of the window to make her a one-dimensional villain with the lamest "redemption" I've seen in a long time.

    Sam Raimi's visual style is fun to watch but I didn't care for anything in between action/horror scenes.

  • Just Before Dawn

    Just Before Dawn


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

    What did I just watch? Sick and insane ending in just the right way, it even subverts typical gender roles in the end in a great way. Great ending to an otherwise only decent movie.
    (But like holy shit that ending)

  • Fonja


    I'm at a local film festival and I won't log all the films I watch (most of them are shorts anyway, which I don't log on Letterbox) but this was the first film shown here, it's feature length I want to have this in my diary (just want to mention too, that I've seen some amazing shorts, I'm having a great time here).

    What a great movie, about a youth detention center in Madagascar. It started with the tragic (but…

  • Sukiyaki Western Django

    Sukiyaki Western Django


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

    Quentin Tarantino appears in old man make-up and claims he is a "Anime-Otaku".
    Cinematic masterpice. 10/10 (-3 for the treatment of women)

  • Cinema Paradiso

    Cinema Paradiso


    My 1,000 film logged here 🎉🎉

    What better way to celebrate than with a classic movie I've always wanted to see, which celebrates the magic of cinema!

    I'm so glad I've decided to really dive into movies ~4 years ago, it's weird to think now, that for a long time I didn't consider myself a movie lover. But I've met many of my best friends through our shared love of the moving image!

    Here's to another 1,000!

  • There Was a Father

    There Was a Father


    Imagine going to your class reunion in your mid-twenties and someone is there who has four kids 💀