Favorite films

  • Paprika
  • The Devils
  • Decision to Leave
  • Flee

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  • Before Sunrise


  • The Servant


  • The Wrong Trousers

Recent reviews

  • Happy Together

    Happy Together


    The romance equivalent of fixing a broken vase with tape. It won't last long again.

    My least favourite Wong Kar Wai so far, still a very good film. My biggest issue with it is the beginning: the disjointed style/narrative does not work well in my opinion. The symbolism of the car scene is clear, but the film still feels a bit disorganized the first 10 or 15 minutes.

    The rest is great tho. Wong Kar-Wai and Christopher Doyle's collaboration is…

  • A Trip to the Moon

    A Trip to the Moon

    Saw this on the big screen! La Cinémathèque Française has a museum dedicated to the infancy of cinema/George Méliès and it's awesome. Not only can you see lots of shorts from the Lumière brothers and Méliès, it also has a ton of Cinématographes, objects from the 1890s, and accessories from his set.

    If you live in France/Paris or pass by the capital, don't hesitate to visit it!

Popular reviews

  • Dune



    Went to see this litterally on the first time slot it was available lol.

    And well it's the first half of Dune version Denis Villeneuve, as expected. Beautiful cinematography (if a little gray at times) and great editing are on par for the course. Rebecca Ferguson stands out among a stacked cast. The music is one of Zimmer's best in quite some time.

    The film makes a couple changes compared to the novel, especially at the beginning, but honestly they…

  • Sunset Boulevard

    Sunset Boulevard


    The best film noir I've seen so far. May even give this a 5/5 if the film continues to grow on me in the coming hours and days.

    It's a satire of Hollywood, of course, but it's also a film about a couple broken people desperately clinging on to the past, and the man that joins this world for money. Loved the way Gloria Swanson acts in this. Her characters cannot help but exaggerate her expressions and use her stare…