Favorite films

  • Cinema Paradiso
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • A Night at the Opera
  • Seven Samurai

Recent activity

  • Sublet


  • Correspondence


  • You're So Cupid


  • Love After Death


Recent reviews

  • Sublet



    Warm, affectionate, and awfully charming, "Sublet" might be the best travel advertisement for Tel Aviv, making the location a third character in this trio relationship. This is due to the stunning cinematography by Daniel Miller, which serves as both a convincing travel sales pitch as well as works to build up our main characters even before a word is spoken.
    John Benjamin Hickey, as Michael, a gay travel writer for the New York Times, and Niv Nissim, as Tomer, the…

  • Correspondence



    Sophisticated and poetic film about an unorthodox set of correspondences between two lovers, Ed (Jeremy Irons) an astronomer, and his secret lover Amy (Olga Kurylenko) that will throw Amy into a mysterious change of events forcing her to into a deeper relationship that will alter her life.
    It is easy for people to dismiss this film as just a gimmicky, high concept, melodrama, as there is a specific plot device that sets story in motion. However, focusing on this specific…

Popular reviews

  • Possessor



    Brandon Cronenberg has certainly delivered something more sadistic and darker than his father’s past works. However, like his father, he still offers a feature with incredible imagination, believable characters, and a thought-provoking tale, and not to forget, some exceptionally nasty body horror.

    “Possessor” brings us into the works of an assassin, Tasya Vos, who can possess and control people’s bodies to terminate some high-profile targets. When she gets trapped inside the mind of one assignment, her reality and sense of…

  • Prey



    I hope the series continues with Predators hunting warriors from different eras.
    Hopefully we'll get to see something in the 1800, where the Predator takes a glove slap from an upper-class English man.

    Otherwise this is a solid entry to the "Predator" series. It keeps the story simple (although the script could use some tightening), focuses on action and setting. The location scout needs to be commended too. This is a beautiful looking picture.