Mia has written 23 reviews for films rated ★★★★★ .

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight


    This was one of the most fantastic marvel series I’ve watched. Oscar Isaac gave an outstandingly wonderful performance that kept me hooked throughout. 

    I binged it in a few days, which is a rare occurrence for me as my attention span for tv shows is usually short lived. 

    It made me laugh and had me on the edge of my seat throughout, with a fantastic soundtrack of Egyptian music and the most beautiful portrayal of modern day Cairo that I’ve…

  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald


    I can honestly say that this was the single most breathtaking instalment in the Harry Potter universe to date. I was absolutely blown away. 

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen such magical landscape building. Every different setting held something new and exciting, from the huge city scapes to single room scenes. 

    The dialogue was so perfectly written, in that every character took on a depth of personality that you don’t often see, creating the perfect mix of heartwarming protagonist and grey-area antagonists. 

    I don’t have a bad word to say about it, I adored every second and a seriously considering going to see it again.

  • The Devil All the Time

    The Devil All the Time


    This was honestly one of the best films I have ever seen. I don’t even know where to begin. 

    It was gloriously and horrifically twisted. It is not often that I can sit through a 2+ hour film and not get fidgety or bored, but there wasn’t a single moment that I wasn’t glued to the screen or holding my breath out of fear or anticipation for the characters. 

    The Devil All The Time is one of those rarities that…

  • Prisoners



    Oh my god. This film. My heart was pounding throughout. This is honest to god one of the best films I’ve ever seen. The diversity of character personality combined with a tense and terrifying plot line makes for one of the best crime thrillers in film. 
    I usually dislike the crime genre, it’s really not my favourite, but this blew my away. It was an unpredictable display of utter genius. You have to watch this film.

  • The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club


    I’m not sure why I loved this film, as nothing really happened throughout its entirety. The characters weren’t at all likeable and the ending was dissatisfying but I adored it none the less. It was one of those satisfying portrayals into simplicity, a group of kids having fun and making new connections in detention. A classic films that has clearly withstood the tests of time.

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy


    I was blown away by this film. It’s honestly one of the best films I’ve ever seen. Fast paced and hilarious with a colourful and exciting array of cinematography. Ryan Reynolds was as always hilarious, but the rest of the cast was equally brilliant. I adored the film, and was enthralled by it constantly. There was no boring scene, no moment of mundane conversation. It was consistently enjoyable, fast paced and heart warming. A thoroughly brilliant film.

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow


    Sometimes I find it difficult to sit through films more than two hours long, but this was something else. The time flew by with its expertly crafted fast paced action, witty characters and deep woven plot line. The female representation in this film was phenomenal and made a refreshing change in an incredibly male dominated industry. This film made me both laugh and cry, and was everything Scarlett Johansson's notorious character deserved.

  • Saint Maud

    Saint Maud


    This was one of the most horrific films I have ever seen, in the best possible way. A slow paced psychological horror that eats into your brain up until it’s harrowing climax that I still squirm to remember. The film is produced by a24, so it’s no wonder that it was so beautifully disturbing. The cinematography combined with an intricately distorted portrayal of human decay is what made this one of the most influential pieces of horror cinema I have watched.

  • Psycho



    I enjoyed this film so much, despite nothing really happening it was easy to watch and each scene rolled into the next in a way that made it an effortless watch. Even now, the scares and twists are as chilling as they must have been when it was initially released. The characters are both likeable and horrific, and made for an utterly immersive experience.

  • Pride & Prejudice

    Pride & Prejudice


    I absolutely adore this film, it’s honestly one of the my favourite movies. The cinematography is utterly stunning and the plot line is faultless. I’m a sucker for period drama-romance so maybe that’s the reason I fell in love with this. It’s an absolutely wonderful film and I would recommend it to anyone, fans or beginners to the genre.

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story


    I cried my eyes out. It was such a wonderful portrayal of the chaos and imperfections through life and especially through love. It was brilliantly directed and brilliantly acted. I loved it.

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    This is honestly one of my favourite films. I adored everything about it. The characters, the cinematography, the plot, the music. Everything was perfectly executed and incredibly heart warming.