Tais Nøhr has written 51 reviews for films during 2022.

  • The Rescue

    The Rescue


    A story that is hard to believe about people who were chosen last for the soccer team and the incredible feat of saving human lives. The responsibility these people took on themselves is wild.

    The documentary is wild and flows flawlessly in and out of reenactments with the real life people who were there.

  • Fresh



    Really a great film. It's not overambitious. We know the genre and we know the plot. Hoever, Fresh is indeed a fresh take that doesn't overly explain everything to its' audience. No cheap jumpscares, great acting, cool plot.

  • Batman & Robin

    Batman & Robin

    I have a hard time figuring out how something this bad was ever made... Quite entertaining!

  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Making this into a romcom was the worst idea ever.

  • Avatar



    People need to relax and just have fun with this. It's not a masterpiece but it gets so much hate that it shouldn't. I'm not sure I need the sequels but the original is fun if you let go of your pretentiousness for a second.

  • Prey



    The first two acts are pretty bad. There's a lot of bad acting and anoying accents. At least the director shows that he knows how to follow up on his set ups and that makes the final act / showdown pretty cool. This is certainly the best predator film apart from the original but it certainly isn't near it in quality.

    I think I'd have liked it better if it hadn't gotten so much hype making me think it was more than it was.

  • Heat



    I actually enjoyed Collateral more than this. Perhaps because it had a simpler premise and a fewer gallery of characters. It took me an hour to get really get into Heta but it ended up being great. The main characters are nuanced and really, really worth watching the movie for.

  • Collateral



    This was my first Mann film and boy did it not disappoint! Cruise is absolutely excellent as the antagonist and I'm wondering if there's anything that man can't do on screen.
    Foxx is a weird but perfect cast. The chemistry and dialogue between him and Smith and him and Cruise is just perfect.

  • Saw



    Great and genre defining idea. Horrible execution!
    Seriously I did not remember how horrific the acting and directing was. Also, the plot really doesn't make much sense after the twist.

  • Blade



    Awesome, horrible and extreme en a way that only existed in 90's movies.

  • Training Day

    Training Day


    A masterpiece. One of those films I can watch multiple times and never get bored of

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    This is a silly movie that wants to do way too many things. The introduction of America Chavez is rushed and after the credits, I'm still not sure what she is capable of or who she is. I don't feel the connection between her and Strange either.

    I am also of the unpopular opinion that Raimi is a pretty bad director. He had the perfect humor for the Evil Dead series because those were really b-films that need that little…