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  • Knife+Heart



    Check out my 🌈 Rainbow Cinema LGBTQ+ and French Film list

    Following the gruesome deaths of her handsome young gay porn actors, a Paris based producer, Anne, will do anything to stop the massacre before shutting down her productions. While trying to make her most ambitious film to win back her editor lover, she also tries to stop the serial killer at any cost.

    Largely reminiscent of the giallo genre and classic filmmaking, Knife + Heart is an incredibly erotic…

  • Edge of Seventeen

    Edge of Seventeen


    Check out my Coming of Age and 🌈 Rainbow Cinema LGBTQ+ lists

    Set in the summer of 1984 in Sandusky, Ohio, Edge of Seventeen is a coming of age comedy drama about the coming-out of a naive 17-year-old, Eric Hunter, heading towards his senior year while working at a local amusement park in the fast food restaurant, along with his longtime girl/friend Maggie. With bittersweet curiosity and encounters, Eric explores his rites of gay passage amidst an unpredictable world, and…

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  • Night School

    Night School


    Kevin Hart attempted to be stupid and funny, but he faild to please his audience and himself. It just felt so cheap and lazy in terms of the script, and the performances were so bad that one could barely stand the characters. I could hardly appreciate any of the jokes or sense of humour which were in some of the silliest and offensive forms. It reduced educators and students into ignorant and unconscious morons.

  • The Mighty Ducks

    The Mighty Ducks


    Check out my Comedy and Coming of Age lists

    β€œA team isn’t a bunch of kids out to win. A team is something you belong to, something you feel, something you have to earn.”

    The Mighty Ducks is a classic 90’s sports comedy family drama about personal growth and finding a sense of belonging in a place where you feel that you don’t belong.

    Emilio EstΓ©vez stars as Gordon Bombay, an arrogant young lawyer with 0 lawsuit fail record. After…

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  • Under the Silver Lake

    Under the Silver Lake


    Check out my Psychological Thriller List!

    Following his critically acclaimed It Follows, writer-director David Robert Mitchell brings Under the Silver Lake, a surreal visionary neo-noir film set in modern day Los Angeles following a disenchanted young man’s obsessive quest of a vanishing woman.

    On the surface, Under the Silver Lake seems to be a detective mystery film. The protagonist, Sam, played by the charismatic Andrew Garfield, spends his day spying on his neighbours for leisure and pleasure. The subjects of…

  • Passengers



    Passengers is visually stunning and incredibly beautiful! It attempts to awe the viewers with the romantic plot set in a futuristic spacecraft, but it feels more dragging than thrilling, and the characters are more flat than multi-dimensional and unique.

    There requires more elements and originality to create an extraordinary romantic thriller in space!