Tais Nøhr has written 24 reviews for films rated ★★ .

  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    Positive things first: This movie used it's x rating to the brim which is all I want from a chainsaw 'requel'. It is gorey, gritty and full of texas heat (until the rain comes......) just like the original. It also starts out fast and keeps the pace up for a good amount of time.

    Now the bad things: The script is horrible. The dialogue is the worst. The characters are two dimensional and not very likeable. The entire 'gentrifuckers' theme…

  • The Lodge

    The Lodge

    The plot was really unbelievable. The idea might've been kinda cool but the excecution was really bad. Nothing in this one excited me for a second and the 'twists' didn't seem like they made sense at all.

    I could've lived with that, if it weren't for the fact that this film is also imensely boring - perhaps because I don't care for any of the characters.
    Yay, it didn't have any cheap jumpscares. That doesn't make it good sadly.

  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    The Amazing Spider-Man

    This just really isn't Peter Parker. A fairly cool spider-man though.

  • The Wolf of Snow Hollow

    The Wolf of Snow Hollow

    What a weird film. Weird tone, weird characters, really weird plot. Felt like a graduation film from a film school student.

  • The Holiday

    The Holiday

    Quite horrible. Cameron Diaz is just horrendous and the plot is so forced. I don't understand this one's classic status

  • Spider-Man: Far From Home

    Spider-Man: Far From Home

    This is absolutely horrible and it doesn't get better the second time around. It's a silly teen flick with horrible jokes all around. Nobody acts naturally and it kinda destroys the gravitas of the universe that endgame created.

    The third act gets better. I really like seing peter being serious in the jet and actually showing that he is intelligent enough to take over from Tony. If the film was more spidey-action and less silly european archetypes I'd dig this.

  • Ghostbusters


    I haven't watched this since my childhood and I couldn't remember much. Without nostalgia-tinted glasses it is honestly just a bad and very weird film. Nobody reacts at all to actual factual ghosts. Everybody is calm and do really weird stuff without talking about it at all.
    It does have a weird charm but I had a really hard time believing anything in the movie because nobody acts like real people.

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    I keep hoping that the next MCU film will be the one to get the franchise back to speed. Unfortunately this isn't it. It is silly, patronizing and frankly quite boring.

    I feel nothing for our protagonist at all and for a movie that is supposed to introduce us to him, this neither explains his powers or his character at all. Honestly the film isn't about Shang Chi at all. I like that Marvel is going for the whole woke…

  • Alone


    The sound design was pretty good and sometimes the pictures were alright as well. The acting was fine and the there no jumpscares. Unfortunately the premise was a bit tame and you have seen every single scene from this film in other movies before.
    It also has the same problem as every other cat and mouse thriller: how to prolongue the plot/chase for 90 minutes? Normaly you have a bad twist or a protagonist making stupid mistakes. While this movie…

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    Utterly silly. I don't for a second believe the story about this russian pseudofamily as nobody in it acts as if it was real. The plot paces along extremely fast with no breathing room to develop the bond between the characters properly. The entire film is just one big silly comedy about goofy russian versions of existing characters.

    Pair this with the fact that nobody needed a backstory on a character who is out of the franchise anyway. This film…

  • Jurassic World

    Jurassic World

    "That original park was badass. They didn’t need all this genetic enhancement. They just had dinosaurs."

  • Thor: The Dark World

    Thor: The Dark World

    I do enjoy returning to Asgard and seing more of the nine realms. I enjoy seing the bond between Loki and Frigga and espcially Frigga is just cool in this film.

    Basicly everything about Jane Foster is horrible though. She accidentally stumbles upon the one wormhole that leads to the aether that makes her the Macguffin of the movie. Why? Just because.

    She is also the center of a few too many nausiating love scenes with clichés like "I like…