Hamza Rouri

I'm a guy who has a great love for film. Yeah, toootally original for this site, amirite?

Favorite films

  • Tokyo Story
  • Harold and Maude
  • Bambi
  • The Empire Strikes Back

Recent activity

  • The Mercenary


  • One-Eyed Jacks


  • Reign of Terror


  • The Big House


Recent reviews

  • At the Earth's Core

    At the Earth's Core


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

    After the travesty that was The Last Airbender, I wanted to watch a bad movie that was enjoyable, and boy was this film a pallet cleanser.

    I enjoy this movie, because it goes all coked out insane with a premise of two scientists digging underground. It has giant prehistoric animals, (which look unconvincing even for the time) and some of them have the most inexplicable powers, like breathing fire or psychic abilities. (I am not making this up!) It has…

  • The Last Airbender

    The Last Airbender


    Here's a small hot take. I don't consider this one of the worst movies I have ever seen. However........ I do agree that it's one of the most empty and airless movies out there. It honestly feels more like some random dipshit's Wikipedia article on Avatar: The Last Airbender, than it does a movie.

    Now, I totally understand why this movie makes a lot of people upset. The cartoon is a beautiful piece of animation that both kids and adults…

Popular reviews

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    So, I finally watched this film. After hearing so much about it and............ I hate it. Before you ask, no I did not hate this movie, because of its content. Sure, I did gag a little in the "circle of shit". (for obvious reasons ) However, the rest of the movie is incredibly and I mean INCREDIBLY boring ! I think it's because none of the characters are likable or developed in any way, shape, or form. I felt like…

  • Late Spring

    Late Spring


    After watching the greatness that is "Tokyo Story", I decided to watch another one of Ozu's critically acclaimed works. That film being "Late Spring". I have now come to the conclusion that he has become one of my favorite filmmakers. I just love the simplicity to the plot and how much emotion I got from the characters. Ozu really has a great understanding of the human condition. If you don't cry at the end, then I'm convinced you have no soul.