• The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window


    Amateurish from beginning to end, #TheWomanInTheWindow sets itself apart as one of the worst movies I’ve seen all year long - one that not even Amy Adams can save. Defined not the kind of work I was expecting from the man who made Atonement and Pride and Prejudice.

  • Army of the Dead

    Army of the Dead


    Army of The Dead is a fun and electrifying zombie adventure, the kind that only Zack Snyder would be able to make. I wish the story had been more focused on Dave Bautista’s character and his team - the daughter storyline was unnecessary. But overall was still a very good movie.

  • Those Who Wish Me Dead

    Those Who Wish Me Dead


    Taylor Sheridan’s ThoseWhoWishMeDead is a strong, simply crafted, and highly entertaining action movie that will take your breath away. Both Angelina Jolie and Finn Little shine in their performances, but it’s Medina Senghore who steals the show. Cinematography, visual effects and score worked together and harmoniously to make this one of the best movies of Sheridan’s career as a filmmaker.

  • Land



    Land, Robin Wright’s directorial debut, is a beautifully made movie with a very touching story about grief and healing. Yes, some elements were a bit predictable and even non-original, but I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. Wright is a very talented director.

  • Nomadland



    Nomadland is a beautiful and emotional journey of healing. Made me laugh, cry and worry - for Fern and for myself. Frances McDormand spoke directly to my soul with her performance.

  • Silk Road

    Silk Road

    Definitely a terrible movie. The story never engages the viewers and shoves down your throat every single cop movie cliché it can find. I decided to give it a shot because I do like Nick Robinson, but even his acting was lifeless. Just an awful wannabe Mr. Robot, sprinkled with racist undertones.

  • Blithe Spirit

    Blithe Spirit

    Edward Hall’s Blithe Spirit is a terrible movie adaptation of an otherwise classic play created by Nöel Coward, the legendary English playwright. I was bored out of my mind within the first hour, and felt horrible for how underused Leslie Mann and Isla Fisher were. Do yourself a favor and skip this one altogether.

  • Finding 'Ohana

    Finding 'Ohana

    Finding 'Ohana is a fast paced, family-friendly adventure about treasure hunting and mending broken relationships with loved ones. I particularly loved how entertaining it is, even though it did make me feel like the movie was a bit longer than we could have been. However, parents shouldn't have any problems keeping their kiddos engaged.

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    Phenomenal directorial debut for Emerald Fennell, who has also worked as showrunner and executive producer for hit series Killing Eve. I particular loved how clever the dialogues were, and the overall feel of the movie. Once again, Carey Mulligan giver another solid performance, and I wouldn't be surprised if she takes home many awards this season for playing this character.