Favorite films

  • Cold War
  • Damnation
  • November
  • The Night of the Hunter

Recent activity

  • 2048: Nowhere to Run


  • 2036: Nexus Dawn


  • Dressing the Skin: The Fashion of 'Blade Runner 2049'


  • Fights of the Future: The Action of 'Blade Runner 2049'


Recent reviews

  • 2048: Nowhere to Run

    2048: Nowhere to Run


    A good additional background information filled with decent amount of brutal action which only fits for Dave Bautista as he was a retired professional wrestler. The story leans more to symphatetic towards Sapper as it should. I love how jammed the set is. It is full of people which makes the crowded atmosphere even more real than ever. This showcases how full the future of Los Angeles is, the sense of claustrophobic is imminent. The soundtrack is intense and the cinematography is faithful enough to the original movie. Overall, this short movie is awesome.

  • 2036: Nexus Dawn

    2036: Nexus Dawn


    The issue with Jared Leto on Blade Runner 2049 is the fact that he played a significantly important character to the lore, but his presence is severely limited. This short movie fixed it by giving Jared Leto more screen time. I suddenly knew the reason behind it, Leto is a mediocre actor, even Villeneuve laughed it off and said Leto is a rock star more than anything. He is extremely extra and overdoing anything he does which makes everything he…

Popular reviews

  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    After experimenting through Cherry (2021) to bring Marvel actor, Tom Holland, outside his comfort zone which is the usual Marvel superheroes environment, The Russo brothers once again do their experiment, this time to Chris Evans, who is no longer playing as Captain America, through The Gray Man (2022), only one year apart from their first lab project. The Russo brothers are smart enough to capitalize whatever is left of Evans by exploiting the popularity Evans gained from Marvel. Of course,…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    The Batman tells a tale of the Gotham's mysterious dark creature that lurks at the darkness and its shadow. This time, the darkness is taken both literally and figuratively as The Batman has offically become the darkest Batman movie ever. This movie introduces you to the Gotham you've never seen before in live action movies despite all the familiar characters. With his magical touch, Matt Reeves has surpassed Snyder's vision of bleak and grim universe. This is what a real…