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Pinned reviews

  • Cade: The Tortured Crossing

    Cade: The Tortured Crossing


    Somewhere between right and wrong, there’s a bright garden. I’ll be waiting there for you.

    For a long time, I’ve always wanted to go see a so bad it’s good film on the big screen. I remember wanting to watch The Room in a place like that for most of my teenage years, only to find out that I couldn’t go to the screenings near me because I needed to be 19 or over. By the time I reached that…

  • Oppenheimer



    After immense anticipation and overwhelming prominence in its shared release date with Barbie, Oppenheimer marks my first Christopher Nolan film viewed in a theatre. That milestone was originally meant for Tenet, which I nearly but ultimately never saw in the summer of 2020. I’m still glad I didn’t go through with that, not only because Tenet made for a mediocre offering from an otherwise solid director when I did finally see it, but Oppenheimer ended up being a terrific film…

Recent reviews

  • Rosemary's Baby

    Rosemary's Baby


    I once told myself that I would never watch a Roman Polanski film, that I did not want to see the films from someone who committed awful acts as he did. With time, however, I softened on this stance, deciding to eventually watch his films that are a part of Letterboxd’s Top 250. I’ve been aware of Rosemary’s Baby for a long time now, most prominently knowing its ending. But all this time, I’ve never gone ahead and watched it…

  • Inglourious Basterds

    Inglourious Basterds


    Full of tense set-pieces, outlandish violence, a cast of memorable characters fantastically portrayed and a great director continuing to showcase his prowess, Inglorious Basterds remains a favourite of mine among Tarantino’s filmography. In fact, it’s technically still my favourite of his, only because I haven’t seen most of his films in a long time (before I made this Letterboxd account). Nevertheless, I had a blast checking it out again, where Tarantino’s love of films and historical fantasies come to light,…

Popular reviews

  • Dune



    Magnificently stunning and deeply engrossing, Dune triumphs well, as it sets the stage for what it surely to be an incredible saga of science-fiction filmmaking (with at least a second part, I believe).

    (FYI: I have not read the novel, nor have seen David’s Lynch’s film version) 

    As far as performances go, all of them are strong across the board. Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Jason Momoa, and Oscar Isaac are my personal highlights when it comes to this aspect. Everyone…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    In all of the studio-released films I’ve managed to see so far this year, none have stood out, moved, resonated, wowed, and made my heart ache as much as Last Night in Soho. An absolutely gorgeous wonder of filmmaking and storytelling from the one and only Edgar Wright. Just about every aspect of it blew me away, swayed me in and out of various emotions, and left me at the edge of my seat. In my eyes, it’s a bonafide…